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A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF TRANSIENT STABILITY OF ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIAN 330KV POWER SYSTEM

INTRODUCTION

 1.1 PREAMBLE

 Electrical energy is an essential ingredient for the industrial and all-round development of any country. The quality of life in any country is highly dependent on a reliable electricity supply. The frequent system collapses in the Nigerian power sector have severally thrown or plunged the nation into darkness due to system instability in the Nigeria electric power system. The epileptic nature of the supply has led to low economic growth and dissatisfaction among the citizenry. To assist in overcoming the instability problems, analysis of the Nigerian electric power system transient stability is carried out employing Newton-Raphson method of load flow solution and fourth order Runge Kutta method in mat-lab software package environment [1, 2, 3]. The objective of any electrical power system is to generate electric energy in sufficient quantities at most suitable locality, transmit it in bulk quantities to the load centre, which is then distributed to the individual consumers. In carrying out the desired objectives, the electric power system is faced with unforeseen circumstances such as faults. Under this condition, the system voltage collapses resulting in a dangerous high current. This causes instability within the system which can result in system breakdown if adequate care is not taken [4, 5]. In order to avoid these undesirable situations, it becomes necessary to, before hand; predict with a very good accuracy, the extent of voltage, current and power distribution within the system at anytime so as to know the protective devices to be incorporated to handle the abnormal conditions. Hence under these dangerous situations, the transformers, lines, generators, cables, bus-bars etc. need to be protected [2, 6, and 7]. The transient stability analysis which is the main concern of this work, deals with the state of the synchronous machine during a fault in the system. It gives the state and position of the load. The digital computer is an indispensable tool for power system analysis, computational algorithms for various system studies such as load flow, fault-level analysis, stability studies etc. It gives an acceptable working accuracy to the ever widening complex power system of modern times [8, 9].

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Number of Pages192 pages
Chapter one Introduction
Chapter two Literature review
Chapter three  methodology
Chapter  four  Data analysis
Chapter  five Summary,discussion & recommendations
ReferenceReference
QuestionnaireQuestionnaire
AppendixAppendix
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