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LESSON PLAN

Course Title: ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Course Code:


Programme: E.E.E Date: Page No:
Semester: IV-I Section: AY: 2016-17
Revision No:01 Prepared by: J.JONA Approved by:
Course Outcomes:
CO1: To study different factors of distribution system.
CO2: To study and design the substations and distribution systems.
CO3: To study the determination of voltage drop and power loss.
CO4: To study the distribution system protection and its coordination.
CO5: To study the effect of compensation on p.f improvement.
CO6: To study the effect of voltage control on distribution system.
Content Delivery Methods:
M1: Lecture interspersed with discussion M2: Guest Lecture
M3: Tutorial M4: Field Visits
M5: Experimental (Models, Virtual, simulation) M6: Group Assignments
Unit Period Number Description of the content Delivery Teaching Aid
Method
I GENERAL CONCEPTS
1 Introduction to distribution systems M1 Chalk and Board
2 Introduction to distribution systems M1 Chalk and Board
3 Load modeling and characteristics M1 Chalk and Board
4 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
5 Coincidence factor M1 Chalk and Board
6 Contribution factor loss factor M1 Chalk and Board
7 Relationship between the load factor and loss factor M1 Chalk and Board
8 Classification of loads and their characteristics. M1 Chalk and Board
9 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
II DISTRIBUTION FEEDERS
10 Design Considerations of Distribution Feeders M1 Chalk and Board
11 Design Considerations of Distribution Feeders M1 Chalk and Board
12 Radial and loop types of primary feeders M1 Chalk and Board
13 Radial and loop types of primary feeders M1 LCD Presentation
14 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
15 Voltage levels M1 Chalk and Board
16 Feeder loading M1 Chalk and Board
17 Basic design practice of the secondary distribution system. M1 Chalk and Board
18 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
19 Problems M1 Chalk and Board
III SUBSTATIONS
20 Location of Substations M1 Chalk and Board
21 Rating of distribution substation M1 Chalk and Board
22 Rating of distribution substation M1 Chalk and Board
23 Service area within primary feeders M1 Chalk and Board
24 Tutorial M3 Tutorial
25 Benefits derived through optimal location of substations M1 Chalk and Board
26 Benefits derived through optimal location of substations M1 LCD Presentation
27 Problems M1 Chalk and Board
28 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
IV SYSTEM ANALYSIS
29 Voltage drop and power-loss calculations M1 Chalk and Board
30 Voltage drop and power-loss calculations M1 Chalk and Board
31 Derivation for voltage drop M1 Chalk and Board
32 Derivation for power loss in lines M1 Chalk and Board
33 Manual methods of solution for radial networks M1 Chalk and Board
34 Manual methods of solution for radial networks M1 Chalk and Board
35 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
36 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
37 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
38 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
39 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
V PROTECTION
40 Objectives of distribution system protection M1 Chalk and Board
41 Types of common faults M1 Chalk and Board
42 Types of common faults M1 Chalk and Board
43 Procedure for fault calculations M1 Chalk and Board
44 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
45 Principle of operation of Fuses, Circuit Reclosures M1 Chalk and Board
46 Principle of operation of Fuses, Circuit Reclosures M1 Chalk and Board
47 Problems M1 Chalk and Board
VI COORDINATION
48 Coordination of Protective Devices M1 Chalk and Board
49 General coordination procedure M1 Chalk and Board
50 Residual current circuit breaker RCCB M1 Chalk and Board
51 Residual current circuit breaker RCCB M1 Chalk and Board
52 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
53 Problems M1 Chalk and Board
VII COMPENSATION FOR POWER FACTOR
IMPROVEMENT
54 Capacitive compensation for power-factor control M1 Chalk and Board
55 Shunt capacitors M1 Chalk and Board
56 Series capacitors M1 Chalk and Board
57 Effect of fixed shunt capacitors M1 Chalk and Board
58 Effect of switched shunt capacitors M1 Chalk and Board
59 Power factor correction M1 Chalk and Board
60 Capacitor allocation M1 Chalk and Board
61 Economic justification M1 Chalk and Board
62 Procedure to determine the best capacitor location M1 Chalk and Board
63 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
VIII VOLTAGE CONTROL
64 Voltage Control M4 Chalk and Board
65 Equipment for voltage control M1 Chalk and Board
66 Equipment for voltage control M1 Chalk and Board
67 Effect of series capacitors M1 Chalk and Board
68 Effect of AVB/AVR M1 Chalk and Board
69 Line drop compensation M1 Chalk and Board
70 Tutorial M3 Chalk and Board
71 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
72 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
73 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
74 Revision M1 Chalk and Board
75 Revision M1 Chalk and Board

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