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Transmission Line Analysis Using PowerX

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Conference

2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition

Location

Seattle, Washington

Publication Date

June 14, 2015

Start Date

June 14, 2015

End Date

June 17, 2015

ISBN

978-0-692-50180-1

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

Various Prospectives in Power Systems

Tagged Division

Engineering Technology

Page Count

14

Page Numbers

26.1604.1 - 26.1604.14

DOI

10.18260/p.24940

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https://peer.asee.org/24940

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131

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Thomas Richard Walsh Eastern Washington University

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Thomas Walsh is a professor of Electrical Engineering at Eastern Washington University. He teaches courses in Energy Systems, Power Systems and Protective Relaying. His research interests include adaptive relaying, synchrophasors and the smart grid.

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Abstract

Transmission Line Analysis using PowerX.This paper describes a software implementation of a Transmission Line Analysis moduleto an existing software application, named PowerX, which is used for educationalinstruction in the courses EENG ***: Energy Systems and EENG ***: Power SystemsAnalysis at * * University. PowerX is a windows-based software application, writtenentirely in C#, that was originally developed under an internal grant from *** to doresearch in the area of Synchrophasors for the Power Grid. Over time, more and morefunctionality was added to PowerX and eventually it started being used in classes likeEENG *** and EENG *** in order to give the students a better physical feel for realisticnumbers when doing numerical computations as well as displaying graphicalrepresentation of typical power system problems. The Transmission Line Analysismodule developed for PowerX provides functionality for computing the resistance,inductance and capacitance of transmission lines for a variety of different lineparameters. Given these quantities, PowerX provides the ability to analyze a transmissionline using either the small, medium or long length mathematical model and subsequentlycompute power flow, power factor, efficiency and voltage regulation of a giventransmission line. A statistical assessment of the student’s grades for two differentquarters is also presented. One quarter the students did not use PowerX and the otherquarter the students did use PowerX. 1

Walsh, T. R. (2015, June), Transmission Line Analysis Using PowerX Paper presented at 2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.24940

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