Categories: Fourth Year First Semester (4-1)

Code No: RT32024

III B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations, April -2018

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B) 2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

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PART ?A

1 a) What is the need of single line diagram in power systems? [3M]

b) Derive the static power flow equations. [4M]

c) Why do you need Z

Bus

for fault analysis than Y

Bus.

[3M]

d) For a fault at a given location, rank the various faults in the order of severity. [4M]

e) What is the utility of symmetrical components? [4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving steady state stability. [4M]

PART -B

2 Draw the reactance diagram for the power system shown in below figure. The

ratings as follows:

Generator: 40MVA, 25 kV, X??=20%

Synchronous motors : 50MVA, 11 kV, X?=30%

Transformer, T

1

: 40MVA, 33/220 kV, X= 15%

Transformer, T

2

: 30MVA, 11/220 kV, X= 15%

[16M]

3 For the power system data are given below, obtain the power flow solution using

Decoupled load flow method at the end of first iteration.

Bus code

P Q

Line impedance in P.u

1

2

3

2

3

1

0.01+j 0.15

0.1+j 0.2

0.15+j 0.35

Bus code Generation

P Q

Load

P Q

V

Reactive power

limit

Q

min

Q

max

Type of

bus

1

2

3

– –

3 0

– –

– –

– –

2 1.4

1.04

1.02

–

– –

0 4

– –

Slack bus

P-V bus

P-Q bus

1 of 2

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Code No: RT32024

III B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations, April -2018

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B) 2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What is the need of single line diagram in power systems? [3M]

b) Derive the static power flow equations. [4M]

c) Why do you need Z

Bus

for fault analysis than Y

Bus.

[3M]

d) For a fault at a given location, rank the various faults in the order of severity. [4M]

e) What is the utility of symmetrical components? [4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving steady state stability. [4M]

PART -B

2 Draw the reactance diagram for the power system shown in below figure. The

ratings as follows:

Generator: 40MVA, 25 kV, X??=20%

Synchronous motors : 50MVA, 11 kV, X?=30%

Transformer, T

1

: 40MVA, 33/220 kV, X= 15%

Transformer, T

2

: 30MVA, 11/220 kV, X= 15%

[16M]

3 For the power system data are given below, obtain the power flow solution using

Decoupled load flow method at the end of first iteration.

Bus code

P Q

Line impedance in P.u

1

2

3

2

3

1

0.01+j 0.15

0.1+j 0.2

0.15+j 0.35

Bus code Generation

P Q

Load

P Q

V

Reactive power

limit

Q

min

Q

max

Type of

bus

1

2

3

– –

3 0

– –

– –

– –

2 1.4

1.04

1.02

–

– –

0 4

– –

Slack bus

P-V bus

P-Q bus

1 of 2

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4 Obtain the bus impedance matrix for the power system network shown in below

figure by the step by step method.

[16M]

5 Two generators are connected in parallel to the LV side of a three phase ?-Y

transformer. Generator1 is rated 60MVA, 11 KV, Generator 2 is rated 30 MVA,

11 kV with same subtransient reactance of 25%. The transformer is rated 90 MVA

at 11 ? / 132Y kV with reactance of 10%. Determine the subtransient current in

each generator when a three phase short circuit occurs on the HV side of the

transformer.

[16M]

6 a) Draw and explain the positive, negative, zero sequence impedance diagrams for

different 3-phase transformer winding connections.

[8M]

b) What are the different unsymmetrical faults and compare their characteristics.

[8M]

7 a) Explain how is the equal area criterion applied when there is a sudden (i) increase

in power input and (ii) decrease the power output due to a three phase fault?

[8M]

b) A generator rated 75MVA is delivering 0.8 p.u power to a motor through a

transmission line of reactance j0.2 p.u. The terminal voltage of the generator is

1.0p.u and that of the motor is also 1.0 p.u. Determine the generator emf behind

transient reactance. Also find the maximum power that can be transferred.

[8M]

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III B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations, April -2018

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B) 2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What is the need of single line diagram in power systems? [3M]

b) Derive the static power flow equations. [4M]

c) Why do you need Z

Bus

for fault analysis than Y

Bus.

[3M]

d) For a fault at a given location, rank the various faults in the order of severity. [4M]

e) What is the utility of symmetrical components? [4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving steady state stability. [4M]

PART -B

2 Draw the reactance diagram for the power system shown in below figure. The

ratings as follows:

Generator: 40MVA, 25 kV, X??=20%

Synchronous motors : 50MVA, 11 kV, X?=30%

Transformer, T

1

: 40MVA, 33/220 kV, X= 15%

Transformer, T

2

: 30MVA, 11/220 kV, X= 15%

[16M]

3 For the power system data are given below, obtain the power flow solution using

Decoupled load flow method at the end of first iteration.

Bus code

P Q

Line impedance in P.u

1

2

3

2

3

1

0.01+j 0.15

0.1+j 0.2

0.15+j 0.35

Bus code Generation

P Q

Load

P Q

V

Reactive power

limit

Q

min

Q

max

Type of

bus

1

2

3

– –

3 0

– –

– –

– –

2 1.4

1.04

1.02

–

– –

0 4

– –

Slack bus

P-V bus

P-Q bus

1 of 2

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4 Obtain the bus impedance matrix for the power system network shown in below

figure by the step by step method.

[16M]

5 Two generators are connected in parallel to the LV side of a three phase ?-Y

transformer. Generator1 is rated 60MVA, 11 KV, Generator 2 is rated 30 MVA,

11 kV with same subtransient reactance of 25%. The transformer is rated 90 MVA

at 11 ? / 132Y kV with reactance of 10%. Determine the subtransient current in

each generator when a three phase short circuit occurs on the HV side of the

transformer.

[16M]

6 a) Draw and explain the positive, negative, zero sequence impedance diagrams for

different 3-phase transformer winding connections.

[8M]

b) What are the different unsymmetrical faults and compare their characteristics.

[8M]

7 a) Explain how is the equal area criterion applied when there is a sudden (i) increase

in power input and (ii) decrease the power output due to a three phase fault?

[8M]

b) A generator rated 75MVA is delivering 0.8 p.u power to a motor through a

transmission line of reactance j0.2 p.u. The terminal voltage of the generator is

1.0p.u and that of the motor is also 1.0 p.u. Determine the generator emf behind

transient reactance. Also find the maximum power that can be transferred.

[8M]

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III B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations, April -2018

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B)2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What are the merits of per unit quantities in power system? [4M]

b) What is the importance of power flow studies? [4M]

c) Explain the procedure to modify the Z

Bus

when an element is added to the existing

network.

[3M]

d) What is meant by fault? How faults are classified. [4M]

e) What are symmetrical components? Why are they used in power system fault

calculations?

[4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving transient stability. [3M]

PART -B

2 a) A 50 kW, three phase, Y connected load is fed by a 200 kVA transformer with voltage

rating 11 kV/400 V through feeder. The length of the feeder is 0.5 km and the

impedance of the feeder is (0.1+j0.2) ohm/km. If the load p.f is 0.8, calculate the p.u

impedance of the load and feeder

[6M]

b) Obtain Y

bus

by the singular transformation method for the figure shown below.

[10M]

3 The power system network is as shown below; obtain V

3

using G-S method after first

iteration. The impedance values in p.u indicted in the network.

1 of 2

[16M]

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POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B) 2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What is the need of single line diagram in power systems? [3M]

b) Derive the static power flow equations. [4M]

c) Why do you need Z

Bus

for fault analysis than Y

Bus.

[3M]

d) For a fault at a given location, rank the various faults in the order of severity. [4M]

e) What is the utility of symmetrical components? [4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving steady state stability. [4M]

PART -B

2 Draw the reactance diagram for the power system shown in below figure. The

ratings as follows:

Generator: 40MVA, 25 kV, X??=20%

Synchronous motors : 50MVA, 11 kV, X?=30%

Transformer, T

1

: 40MVA, 33/220 kV, X= 15%

Transformer, T

2

: 30MVA, 11/220 kV, X= 15%

3 For the power system data are given below, obtain the power flow solution using

Decoupled load flow method at the end of first iteration.

Bus code

P Q

Line impedance in P.u

1

2

3

2

3

1

0.01+j 0.15

0.1+j 0.2

0.15+j 0.35

Bus code Generation

P Q

Load

P Q

V

limit

Q

min

Q

max

Type of

bus

1

2

3

– –

3 0

– –

– –

– –

2 1.4

1.04

1.02

–

– –

0 4

– –

Slack bus

P-V bus

P-Q bus

1 of 2

[16M]

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4 Obtain the bus impedance matrix for the power system network shown in below

figure by the step by step method.

[16M]

5 Two generators are connected in parallel to the LV side of a three phase ?-Y

transformer. Generator1 is rated 60MVA, 11 KV, Generator 2 is rated 30 MVA,

11 kV with same subtransient reactance of 25%. The transformer is rated 90 MVA

at 11 ? / 132Y kV with reactance of 10%. Determine the subtransient current in

each generator when a three phase short circuit occurs on the HV side of the

transformer.

[16M]

6 a) Draw and explain the positive, negative, zero sequence impedance diagrams for

different 3-phase transformer winding connections.

[8M]

b) What are the different unsymmetrical faults and compare their characteristics.

[8M]

7 a) Explain how is the equal area criterion applied when there is a sudden (i) increase

in power input and (ii) decrease the power output due to a three phase fault?

[8M]

b) A generator rated 75MVA is delivering 0.8 p.u power to a motor through a

transmission line of reactance j0.2 p.u. The terminal voltage of the generator is

1.0p.u and that of the motor is also 1.0 p.u. Determine the generator emf behind

transient reactance. Also find the maximum power that can be transferred.

[8M]

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III B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations, April -2018

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B)2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What are the merits of per unit quantities in power system? [4M]

b) What is the importance of power flow studies? [4M]

c) Explain the procedure to modify the Z

Bus

when an element is added to the existing

network.

[3M]

d) What is meant by fault? How faults are classified. [4M]

e) What are symmetrical components? Why are they used in power system fault

calculations?

[4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving transient stability. [3M]

PART -B

2 a) A 50 kW, three phase, Y connected load is fed by a 200 kVA transformer with voltage

rating 11 kV/400 V through feeder. The length of the feeder is 0.5 km and the

impedance of the feeder is (0.1+j0.2) ohm/km. If the load p.f is 0.8, calculate the p.u

impedance of the load and feeder

[6M]

b) Obtain Y

bus

by the singular transformation method for the figure shown below.

[10M]

3 The power system network is as shown below; obtain V

3

using G-S method after first

iteration. The impedance values in p.u indicted in the network.

1 of 2

[16M]

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Bus code

V

Generation

MW MVAR

Load

MW MVAR

1

2

3

1.03

1.0

1.0

– –

17

0 0

– –

12 8

50 20

4 Determine the Z

Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following

table:

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.3

2 1-3 0.4

3 2-3 0.2

4 1-2 0.25

[16M]

5 A station with two generators feeds through transformers a transmission system

operating at 132 kV. The far end of the transmission system consisting of 200 km long

double circuit line with 0.2 ohm/km resistance is connected to load from bus B. If a

three phase fault occurs at bus B, determine the total fault current and fault current

supplied by each generator.

[16M]

6 a) What are sequence impedances? Obtain expression for sequence impedances in a

balanced static 3- phase circuit.

[8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a double line to ground fault as an

unloaded generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) What is equal area criterion? Explain how it can be used to study stability. [8M]

b) A two pole, three phase, 20 MVA, 12 kV generator is supplying rated power at 0.85

lagging power factor to an 12 kV bus. Due to a fault the generator output is reduced to

30%. Determine (i) acceleration power and (ii) acceleration at the time of fault.

Assume that the KE stored in the moving parts of the generator is 150 MJ.

[8M]

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POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B) 2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What is the need of single line diagram in power systems? [3M]

b) Derive the static power flow equations. [4M]

c) Why do you need Z

Bus

for fault analysis than Y

Bus.

[3M]

d) For a fault at a given location, rank the various faults in the order of severity. [4M]

e) What is the utility of symmetrical components? [4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving steady state stability. [4M]

PART -B

2 Draw the reactance diagram for the power system shown in below figure. The

ratings as follows:

Generator: 40MVA, 25 kV, X??=20%

Synchronous motors : 50MVA, 11 kV, X?=30%

Transformer, T

1

: 40MVA, 33/220 kV, X= 15%

Transformer, T

2

: 30MVA, 11/220 kV, X= 15%

3 For the power system data are given below, obtain the power flow solution using

Decoupled load flow method at the end of first iteration.

Bus code

P Q

Line impedance in P.u

1

2

3

2

3

1

0.01+j 0.15

0.1+j 0.2

0.15+j 0.35

Bus code Generation

P Q

Load

P Q

V

limit

Q

min

Q

max

Type of

bus

1

2

3

– –

3 0

– –

– –

– –

2 1.4

1.04

1.02

–

– –

0 4

– –

Slack bus

P-V bus

P-Q bus

1 of 2

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figure by the step by step method.

5 Two generators are connected in parallel to the LV side of a three phase ?-Y

transformer. Generator1 is rated 60MVA, 11 KV, Generator 2 is rated 30 MVA,

11 kV with same subtransient reactance of 25%. The transformer is rated 90 MVA

at 11 ? / 132Y kV with reactance of 10%. Determine the subtransient current in

each generator when a three phase short circuit occurs on the HV side of the

transformer.

[16M]

6 a) Draw and explain the positive, negative, zero sequence impedance diagrams for

different 3-phase transformer winding connections.

[8M]

b) What are the different unsymmetrical faults and compare their characteristics.

[8M]

7 a) Explain how is the equal area criterion applied when there is a sudden (i) increase

in power input and (ii) decrease the power output due to a three phase fault?

[8M]

b) A generator rated 75MVA is delivering 0.8 p.u power to a motor through a

transmission line of reactance j0.2 p.u. The terminal voltage of the generator is

1.0p.u and that of the motor is also 1.0 p.u. Determine the generator emf behind

transient reactance. Also find the maximum power that can be transferred.

[8M]

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III B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations, April -2018

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B)2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What are the merits of per unit quantities in power system? [4M]

b) What is the importance of power flow studies? [4M]

c) Explain the procedure to modify the Z

Bus

when an element is added to the existing

network.

[3M]

d) What is meant by fault? How faults are classified. [4M]

e) What are symmetrical components? Why are they used in power system fault

calculations?

[4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving transient stability. [3M]

PART -B

2 a) A 50 kW, three phase, Y connected load is fed by a 200 kVA transformer with voltage

rating 11 kV/400 V through feeder. The length of the feeder is 0.5 km and the

impedance of the feeder is (0.1+j0.2) ohm/km. If the load p.f is 0.8, calculate the p.u

impedance of the load and feeder

[6M]

b) Obtain Y

bus

by the singular transformation method for the figure shown below.

[10M]

3 The power system network is as shown below; obtain V

3

using G-S method after first

iteration. The impedance values in p.u indicted in the network.

1 of 2

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Bus code

V

Generation

MW MVAR

Load

MW MVAR

1

2

3

1.03

1.0

1.0

– –

17

0 0

– –

12 8

50 20

4 Determine the Z

Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following

table:

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.3

2 1-3 0.4

3 2-3 0.2

4 1-2 0.25

[16M]

5 A station with two generators feeds through transformers a transmission system

operating at 132 kV. The far end of the transmission system consisting of 200 km long

double circuit line with 0.2 ohm/km resistance is connected to load from bus B. If a

three phase fault occurs at bus B, determine the total fault current and fault current

supplied by each generator.

[16M]

6 a) What are sequence impedances? Obtain expression for sequence impedances in a

balanced static 3- phase circuit.

[8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a double line to ground fault as an

unloaded generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) What is equal area criterion? Explain how it can be used to study stability. [8M]

b) A two pole, three phase, 20 MVA, 12 kV generator is supplying rated power at 0.85

lagging power factor to an 12 kV bus. Due to a fault the generator output is reduced to

30%. Determine (i) acceleration power and (ii) acceleration at the time of fault.

Assume that the KE stored in the moving parts of the generator is 150 MJ.

[8M]

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III B. Tech II Semester Regular/Supplementary Examinations, April -2018

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 70

Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B)2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) Why do you use a single line diagram for power system representation? [3M]

b) Define the various types of buses of a given power system. [4M]

c) Starting from Z

bus

for a partial network describe step by step hw you will obtain the

Z

bus

for a modified network when a new line is to be added to a bus in the existing

network

[4M]

d) What is the need of short circuit studies? [3M]

e) Define the sequence impedances. [4M]

f) State and derive the swing equation. [4M]

PART -B

2 A 300 MVA, 20 kV, three phase generator has a subtransient reactance of 20%. The

generator supplies two synchronous motors through a 65 km transmission line

having transformers at both ends. In This, first transformer is a three phase,

350 MVA, 20/230 kV, 10% reactance and second one is made of three single phase

transformers of rating 100 MVA, 127/13.2 KV, 10% reactance. Synchronous motors

ratings are 200 MVA and 100 MVA and both operating at 13.2 kV with 20%

subtransient reactance. Series reactance of transmission line is 0.5 ohm/ Km. Draw

the reactance diagram with all the reactance?s marked in p.u.

[16M]

3 Single line diagram of a simple power system with generators at buses 1 and 3 shown in

below figure. The necessary data are given in the figure. Line impedances are marked in

p.u. on a 100MVA base. Determine the following using Fast decoupled load flow method at

the end of first iteration.

i)Voltage at buses 2 and 3, and ii) Slack bus power

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Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B) 2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What is the need of single line diagram in power systems? [3M]

b) Derive the static power flow equations. [4M]

c) Why do you need Z

Bus

for fault analysis than Y

Bus.

[3M]

d) For a fault at a given location, rank the various faults in the order of severity. [4M]

e) What is the utility of symmetrical components? [4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving steady state stability. [4M]

PART -B

2 Draw the reactance diagram for the power system shown in below figure. The

ratings as follows:

Generator: 40MVA, 25 kV, X??=20%

Synchronous motors : 50MVA, 11 kV, X?=30%

Transformer, T

1

: 40MVA, 33/220 kV, X= 15%

Transformer, T

2

: 30MVA, 11/220 kV, X= 15%

3 For the power system data are given below, obtain the power flow solution using

Decoupled load flow method at the end of first iteration.

Bus code

P Q

Line impedance in P.u

1

2

3

2

3

1

0.01+j 0.15

0.1+j 0.2

0.15+j 0.35

Bus code Generation

P Q

Load

P Q

V

limit

Q

min

Q

max

Type of

bus

1

2

3

– –

3 0

– –

– –

– –

2 1.4

1.04

1.02

–

– –

0 4

– –

Slack bus

P-V bus

P-Q bus

1 of 2

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figure by the step by step method.

5 Two generators are connected in parallel to the LV side of a three phase ?-Y

transformer. Generator1 is rated 60MVA, 11 KV, Generator 2 is rated 30 MVA,

11 kV with same subtransient reactance of 25%. The transformer is rated 90 MVA

at 11 ? / 132Y kV with reactance of 10%. Determine the subtransient current in

each generator when a three phase short circuit occurs on the HV side of the

transformer.

[16M]

6 a) Draw and explain the positive, negative, zero sequence impedance diagrams for

different 3-phase transformer winding connections.

[8M]

b) What are the different unsymmetrical faults and compare their characteristics.

[8M]

7 a) Explain how is the equal area criterion applied when there is a sudden (i) increase

in power input and (ii) decrease the power output due to a three phase fault?

[8M]

b) A generator rated 75MVA is delivering 0.8 p.u power to a motor through a

transmission line of reactance j0.2 p.u. The terminal voltage of the generator is

1.0p.u and that of the motor is also 1.0 p.u. Determine the generator emf behind

transient reactance. Also find the maximum power that can be transferred.

[8M]

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3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

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PART ?A

1 a) What are the merits of per unit quantities in power system? [4M]

b) What is the importance of power flow studies? [4M]

c) Explain the procedure to modify the Z

Bus

when an element is added to the existing

network.

[3M]

d) What is meant by fault? How faults are classified. [4M]

e) What are symmetrical components? Why are they used in power system fault

calculations?

[4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving transient stability. [3M]

PART -B

2 a) A 50 kW, three phase, Y connected load is fed by a 200 kVA transformer with voltage

rating 11 kV/400 V through feeder. The length of the feeder is 0.5 km and the

impedance of the feeder is (0.1+j0.2) ohm/km. If the load p.f is 0.8, calculate the p.u

impedance of the load and feeder

[6M]

b) Obtain Y

bus

by the singular transformation method for the figure shown below.

3 The power system network is as shown below; obtain V

3

using G-S method after first

iteration. The impedance values in p.u indicted in the network.

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Bus code

V

Generation

MW MVAR

Load

MW MVAR

1

2

3

1.03

1.0

1.0

– –

17

0 0

– –

12 8

50 20

4 Determine the Z

Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following

table:

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.3

2 1-3 0.4

3 2-3 0.2

4 1-2 0.25

[16M]

5 A station with two generators feeds through transformers a transmission system

operating at 132 kV. The far end of the transmission system consisting of 200 km long

double circuit line with 0.2 ohm/km resistance is connected to load from bus B. If a

three phase fault occurs at bus B, determine the total fault current and fault current

supplied by each generator.

[16M]

6 a) What are sequence impedances? Obtain expression for sequence impedances in a

balanced static 3- phase circuit.

[8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a double line to ground fault as an

unloaded generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) What is equal area criterion? Explain how it can be used to study stability. [8M]

b) A two pole, three phase, 20 MVA, 12 kV generator is supplying rated power at 0.85

lagging power factor to an 12 kV bus. Due to a fault the generator output is reduced to

30%. Determine (i) acceleration power and (ii) acceleration at the time of fault.

Assume that the KE stored in the moving parts of the generator is 150 MJ.

[8M]

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Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B)2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

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PART ?A

1 a) Why do you use a single line diagram for power system representation? [3M]

b) Define the various types of buses of a given power system. [4M]

c) Starting from Z

bus

for a partial network describe step by step hw you will obtain the

Z

bus

for a modified network when a new line is to be added to a bus in the existing

network

[4M]

d) What is the need of short circuit studies? [3M]

e) Define the sequence impedances. [4M]

f) State and derive the swing equation. [4M]

PART -B

2 A 300 MVA, 20 kV, three phase generator has a subtransient reactance of 20%. The

generator supplies two synchronous motors through a 65 km transmission line

having transformers at both ends. In This, first transformer is a three phase,

350 MVA, 20/230 kV, 10% reactance and second one is made of three single phase

transformers of rating 100 MVA, 127/13.2 KV, 10% reactance. Synchronous motors

ratings are 200 MVA and 100 MVA and both operating at 13.2 kV with 20%

subtransient reactance. Series reactance of transmission line is 0.5 ohm/ Km. Draw

the reactance diagram with all the reactance?s marked in p.u.

[16M]

3 Single line diagram of a simple power system with generators at buses 1 and 3 shown in

below figure. The necessary data are given in the figure. Line impedances are marked in

p.u. on a 100MVA base. Determine the following using Fast decoupled load flow method at

the end of first iteration.

i)Voltage at buses 2 and 3, and ii) Slack bus power

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Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following

table

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.25

2 1-3 0.15

3 2-3 0.4

[16M]

5 A 33 kV line has an impedance of (4+ j16) ohm, is connected to a generating station

bus bar through a 6 MVA step up transformer which has a reactance of 6%. The

station has two generators rated 10 MVA with 10% reactance and 5 MVA with 5%

reactance. Calculate the fault current and short circuit MVA when a three phase

fault occurs at the HV terminal of the transformer and at the end of the line.

[16M]

6 a) Explain the sequence networks for a synchronous generator. [8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a double line fault as an unloaded

generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) Define synchronous power coefficient? Explain its significance. [8M]

b) Draw a diagram to illustrate the application of equal area criterion to study transient

stability when there is a sudden increase in the input of generator.

[8M]

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3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

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PART ?A

1 a) What is the need of single line diagram in power systems? [3M]

b) Derive the static power flow equations. [4M]

c) Why do you need Z

Bus

for fault analysis than Y

Bus.

[3M]

d) For a fault at a given location, rank the various faults in the order of severity. [4M]

e) What is the utility of symmetrical components? [4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving steady state stability. [4M]

PART -B

2 Draw the reactance diagram for the power system shown in below figure. The

ratings as follows:

Generator: 40MVA, 25 kV, X??=20%

Synchronous motors : 50MVA, 11 kV, X?=30%

Transformer, T

1

: 40MVA, 33/220 kV, X= 15%

Transformer, T

2

: 30MVA, 11/220 kV, X= 15%

3 For the power system data are given below, obtain the power flow solution using

Decoupled load flow method at the end of first iteration.

Bus code

P Q

Line impedance in P.u

1

2

3

2

3

1

0.01+j 0.15

0.1+j 0.2

0.15+j 0.35

Bus code Generation

P Q

Load

P Q

V

limit

Q

min

Q

max

Type of

bus

1

2

3

– –

3 0

– –

– –

– –

2 1.4

1.04

1.02

–

– –

0 4

– –

Slack bus

P-V bus

P-Q bus

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figure by the step by step method.

5 Two generators are connected in parallel to the LV side of a three phase ?-Y

transformer. Generator1 is rated 60MVA, 11 KV, Generator 2 is rated 30 MVA,

11 kV with same subtransient reactance of 25%. The transformer is rated 90 MVA

at 11 ? / 132Y kV with reactance of 10%. Determine the subtransient current in

each generator when a three phase short circuit occurs on the HV side of the

transformer.

[16M]

6 a) Draw and explain the positive, negative, zero sequence impedance diagrams for

different 3-phase transformer winding connections.

[8M]

b) What are the different unsymmetrical faults and compare their characteristics.

[8M]

7 a) Explain how is the equal area criterion applied when there is a sudden (i) increase

in power input and (ii) decrease the power output due to a three phase fault?

[8M]

b) A generator rated 75MVA is delivering 0.8 p.u power to a motor through a

transmission line of reactance j0.2 p.u. The terminal voltage of the generator is

1.0p.u and that of the motor is also 1.0 p.u. Determine the generator emf behind

transient reactance. Also find the maximum power that can be transferred.

[8M]

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3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What are the merits of per unit quantities in power system? [4M]

b) What is the importance of power flow studies? [4M]

c) Explain the procedure to modify the Z

Bus

when an element is added to the existing

network.

[3M]

d) What is meant by fault? How faults are classified. [4M]

e) What are symmetrical components? Why are they used in power system fault

calculations?

[4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving transient stability. [3M]

PART -B

2 a) A 50 kW, three phase, Y connected load is fed by a 200 kVA transformer with voltage

rating 11 kV/400 V through feeder. The length of the feeder is 0.5 km and the

impedance of the feeder is (0.1+j0.2) ohm/km. If the load p.f is 0.8, calculate the p.u

impedance of the load and feeder

[6M]

b) Obtain Y

bus

by the singular transformation method for the figure shown below.

3 The power system network is as shown below; obtain V

3

using G-S method after first

iteration. The impedance values in p.u indicted in the network.

1 of 2

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V

Generation

MW MVAR

Load

MW MVAR

1

2

3

1.03

1.0

1.0

– –

17

0 0

– –

12 8

50 20

4 Determine the Z

Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following

table:

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.3

2 1-3 0.4

3 2-3 0.2

4 1-2 0.25

[16M]

5 A station with two generators feeds through transformers a transmission system

operating at 132 kV. The far end of the transmission system consisting of 200 km long

double circuit line with 0.2 ohm/km resistance is connected to load from bus B. If a

three phase fault occurs at bus B, determine the total fault current and fault current

supplied by each generator.

6 a) What are sequence impedances? Obtain expression for sequence impedances in a

balanced static 3- phase circuit.

[8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a double line to ground fault as an

unloaded generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) What is equal area criterion? Explain how it can be used to study stability. [8M]

b) A two pole, three phase, 20 MVA, 12 kV generator is supplying rated power at 0.85

lagging power factor to an 12 kV bus. Due to a fault the generator output is reduced to

30%. Determine (i) acceleration power and (ii) acceleration at the time of fault.

Assume that the KE stored in the moving parts of the generator is 150 MJ.

[8M]

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Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B)2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) Why do you use a single line diagram for power system representation? [3M]

b) Define the various types of buses of a given power system. [4M]

c) Starting from Z

bus

for a partial network describe step by step hw you will obtain the

Z

bus

for a modified network when a new line is to be added to a bus in the existing

network

[4M]

d) What is the need of short circuit studies? [3M]

e) Define the sequence impedances. [4M]

f) State and derive the swing equation. [4M]

PART -B

2 A 300 MVA, 20 kV, three phase generator has a subtransient reactance of 20%. The

generator supplies two synchronous motors through a 65 km transmission line

having transformers at both ends. In This, first transformer is a three phase,

350 MVA, 20/230 kV, 10% reactance and second one is made of three single phase

transformers of rating 100 MVA, 127/13.2 KV, 10% reactance. Synchronous motors

ratings are 200 MVA and 100 MVA and both operating at 13.2 kV with 20%

subtransient reactance. Series reactance of transmission line is 0.5 ohm/ Km. Draw

the reactance diagram with all the reactance?s marked in p.u.

[16M]

3 Single line diagram of a simple power system with generators at buses 1 and 3 shown in

below figure. The necessary data are given in the figure. Line impedances are marked in

p.u. on a 100MVA base. Determine the following using Fast decoupled load flow method at

the end of first iteration.

i)Voltage at buses 2 and 3, and ii) Slack bus power

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Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following

table

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.25

2 1-3 0.15

3 2-3 0.4

[16M]

5 A 33 kV line has an impedance of (4+ j16) ohm, is connected to a generating station

bus bar through a 6 MVA step up transformer which has a reactance of 6%. The

station has two generators rated 10 MVA with 10% reactance and 5 MVA with 5%

reactance. Calculate the fault current and short circuit MVA when a three phase

fault occurs at the HV terminal of the transformer and at the end of the line.

[16M]

6 a) Explain the sequence networks for a synchronous generator. [8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a double line fault as an unloaded

generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) Define synchronous power coefficient? Explain its significance. [8M]

b) Draw a diagram to illustrate the application of equal area criterion to study transient

stability when there is a sudden increase in the input of generator.

[8M]

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3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

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PART ?A

1 a) Define the Tree of a given graph and mention its properties. [3M]

b) Contrast between decoupled and fast decoupled load flow methods. [4M]

c) List the merits of Z

bus

building algorithm. [3M]

d) How will you determine the synchronous, transient ad sub transient reactance?s from

the oscillations of the short circuit current.

[4M]

e) Derive an expression for power in a 3-phase circuit interms of symmetrical

components.

[4M]

f) How stability studies are classified. What are they? [4M]

PART -B

2 The single line diagram of an unloaded power system is show in below figure. The

ratings of the generators and transformers as follows:

G1 = 20 MVA,13.8 kV, X?=20%

G2 = 30 MVA,18 kV, X?=20%

G3 = 30 MVA,20 kV, X?=20%

T1 = 25 MVA,220/13.8 kV, X=10%

T2 = 3 single phase units each rated at 10 MVA,127/18 kV, X=10%

T3 = 35 MVA,220/22 kV, X=10%

Draw the reactance diagram using the base of 50MVA and 13.8 kV on the generator

G1.

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3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What is the need of single line diagram in power systems? [3M]

b) Derive the static power flow equations. [4M]

c) Why do you need Z

Bus

for fault analysis than Y

Bus.

[3M]

d) For a fault at a given location, rank the various faults in the order of severity. [4M]

e) What is the utility of symmetrical components? [4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving steady state stability. [4M]

PART -B

2 Draw the reactance diagram for the power system shown in below figure. The

ratings as follows:

Generator: 40MVA, 25 kV, X??=20%

Synchronous motors : 50MVA, 11 kV, X?=30%

Transformer, T

1

: 40MVA, 33/220 kV, X= 15%

Transformer, T

2

: 30MVA, 11/220 kV, X= 15%

3 For the power system data are given below, obtain the power flow solution using

Decoupled load flow method at the end of first iteration.

Bus code

P Q

Line impedance in P.u

1

2

3

2

3

1

0.01+j 0.15

0.1+j 0.2

0.15+j 0.35

Bus code Generation

P Q

Load

P Q

V

limit

Q

min

Q

max

Type of

bus

1

2

3

– –

3 0

– –

– –

– –

2 1.4

1.04

1.02

–

– –

0 4

– –

Slack bus

P-V bus

P-Q bus

1 of 2

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figure by the step by step method.

5 Two generators are connected in parallel to the LV side of a three phase ?-Y

transformer. Generator1 is rated 60MVA, 11 KV, Generator 2 is rated 30 MVA,

11 kV with same subtransient reactance of 25%. The transformer is rated 90 MVA

at 11 ? / 132Y kV with reactance of 10%. Determine the subtransient current in

each generator when a three phase short circuit occurs on the HV side of the

transformer.

[16M]

6 a) Draw and explain the positive, negative, zero sequence impedance diagrams for

different 3-phase transformer winding connections.

[8M]

b) What are the different unsymmetrical faults and compare their characteristics.

[8M]

7 a) Explain how is the equal area criterion applied when there is a sudden (i) increase

in power input and (ii) decrease the power output due to a three phase fault?

[8M]

b) A generator rated 75MVA is delivering 0.8 p.u power to a motor through a

transmission line of reactance j0.2 p.u. The terminal voltage of the generator is

1.0p.u and that of the motor is also 1.0 p.u. Determine the generator emf behind

transient reactance. Also find the maximum power that can be transferred.

[8M]

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3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) What are the merits of per unit quantities in power system? [4M]

b) What is the importance of power flow studies? [4M]

c) Explain the procedure to modify the Z

Bus

when an element is added to the existing

network.

[3M]

d) What is meant by fault? How faults are classified. [4M]

e) What are symmetrical components? Why are they used in power system fault

calculations?

[4M]

f) Discuss the various methods of improving transient stability. [3M]

PART -B

2 a) A 50 kW, three phase, Y connected load is fed by a 200 kVA transformer with voltage

rating 11 kV/400 V through feeder. The length of the feeder is 0.5 km and the

impedance of the feeder is (0.1+j0.2) ohm/km. If the load p.f is 0.8, calculate the p.u

impedance of the load and feeder

[6M]

b) Obtain Y

bus

by the singular transformation method for the figure shown below.

3 The power system network is as shown below; obtain V

3

using G-S method after first

iteration. The impedance values in p.u indicted in the network.

1 of 2

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V

Generation

MW MVAR

Load

MW MVAR

1

2

3

1.03

1.0

1.0

– –

17

0 0

– –

12 8

50 20

4 Determine the Z

Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following

table:

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.3

2 1-3 0.4

3 2-3 0.2

4 1-2 0.25

[16M]

5 A station with two generators feeds through transformers a transmission system

operating at 132 kV. The far end of the transmission system consisting of 200 km long

double circuit line with 0.2 ohm/km resistance is connected to load from bus B. If a

three phase fault occurs at bus B, determine the total fault current and fault current

supplied by each generator.

6 a) What are sequence impedances? Obtain expression for sequence impedances in a

balanced static 3- phase circuit.

[8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a double line to ground fault as an

unloaded generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) What is equal area criterion? Explain how it can be used to study stability. [8M]

b) A two pole, three phase, 20 MVA, 12 kV generator is supplying rated power at 0.85

lagging power factor to an 12 kV bus. Due to a fault the generator output is reduced to

30%. Determine (i) acceleration power and (ii) acceleration at the time of fault.

Assume that the KE stored in the moving parts of the generator is 150 MJ.

[8M]

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3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) Why do you use a single line diagram for power system representation? [3M]

b) Define the various types of buses of a given power system. [4M]

c) Starting from Z

bus

for a partial network describe step by step hw you will obtain the

Z

bus

for a modified network when a new line is to be added to a bus in the existing

network

[4M]

d) What is the need of short circuit studies? [3M]

e) Define the sequence impedances. [4M]

f) State and derive the swing equation. [4M]

PART -B

2 A 300 MVA, 20 kV, three phase generator has a subtransient reactance of 20%. The

generator supplies two synchronous motors through a 65 km transmission line

having transformers at both ends. In This, first transformer is a three phase,

350 MVA, 20/230 kV, 10% reactance and second one is made of three single phase

transformers of rating 100 MVA, 127/13.2 KV, 10% reactance. Synchronous motors

ratings are 200 MVA and 100 MVA and both operating at 13.2 kV with 20%

subtransient reactance. Series reactance of transmission line is 0.5 ohm/ Km. Draw

the reactance diagram with all the reactance?s marked in p.u.

[16M]

3 Single line diagram of a simple power system with generators at buses 1 and 3 shown in

below figure. The necessary data are given in the figure. Line impedances are marked in

p.u. on a 100MVA base. Determine the following using Fast decoupled load flow method at

the end of first iteration.

i)Voltage at buses 2 and 3, and ii) Slack bus power

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Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following

table

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.25

2 1-3 0.15

3 2-3 0.4

[16M]

5 A 33 kV line has an impedance of (4+ j16) ohm, is connected to a generating station

bus bar through a 6 MVA step up transformer which has a reactance of 6%. The

station has two generators rated 10 MVA with 10% reactance and 5 MVA with 5%

reactance. Calculate the fault current and short circuit MVA when a three phase

fault occurs at the HV terminal of the transformer and at the end of the line.

[16M]

6 a) Explain the sequence networks for a synchronous generator. [8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a double line fault as an unloaded

generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) Define synchronous power coefficient? Explain its significance. [8M]

b) Draw a diagram to illustrate the application of equal area criterion to study transient

stability when there is a sudden increase in the input of generator.

[8M]

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Note: 1. Question Paper consists of two parts (Part-A and Part-B)2. Answering the question in Part-A is compulsory

3. Answer any THREE Questions from Part-B

*****

PART ?A

1 a) Define the Tree of a given graph and mention its properties. [3M]

b) Contrast between decoupled and fast decoupled load flow methods. [4M]

c) List the merits of Z

bus

building algorithm. [3M]

d) How will you determine the synchronous, transient ad sub transient reactance?s from

the oscillations of the short circuit current.

[4M]

e) Derive an expression for power in a 3-phase circuit interms of symmetrical

components.

[4M]

f) How stability studies are classified. What are they? [4M]

PART -B

2 The single line diagram of an unloaded power system is show in below figure. The

ratings of the generators and transformers as follows:

G1 = 20 MVA,13.8 kV, X?=20%

G2 = 30 MVA,18 kV, X?=20%

G3 = 30 MVA,20 kV, X?=20%

T1 = 25 MVA,220/13.8 kV, X=10%

T2 = 3 single phase units each rated at 10 MVA,127/18 kV, X=10%

T3 = 35 MVA,220/22 kV, X=10%

Draw the reactance diagram using the base of 50MVA and 13.8 kV on the generator

G1.

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3 The power system network shown in below network, bus 1 is connected as a slack bus

of voltage 1.0

0

0 ? p.u . The line impedances are indicated in the network on 100

MVA base and neglect the line shunt admittance

By using N-R method at the end of first iteration, determine the voltage magnitude

and phase angle at buses 2 and 3.

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4 Build the Z

Bus

for a power system whose element data is given in the following table:

Element No. Connected between bus No. Self reactance (p.u)1 1-2 0.3

2 1-3 0.4

3 2-3 0.2

4 1-3 0.1

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5 Consider the power system shown in below figure.

The synchronous generator is operating at its rated MVA at 0.95 lagging p.f and at

rated voltage. A 3-phse short circuit occurs at bus A, calculate the p.u value of (i)subtransient fault current, (ii) subtransient generator and motor currents. Neglect pre

fault current. Also compute (iii) subtransient generator and motor currents including

the effect of pre fault currents.

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6 a) What are symmetrical components? Explain. [8M]

b) Derive an expression for the fault current for a single line to ground fault as an

unloaded generator and draw its equivalent circuit.

[8M]

7 a) Draw and explain power angle curve of a synchronous machine. [8M]

b) Describe how equal are criterion can be used for calculating the critical clearing angle. [8M]

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