PESTC: Power System Load Flow Analysis (EEP204)

This unit recognises that load flow analysis forms the basis of other power system analysis studies.

Your expert facilitators Yateendra Mishra & Benson Heng

Yateendra Mishra received his PhD from the University of Queensland in 2009 in the area of advances in power system small signal stability analysis considering load modelling and emerging generation resource.  In 2005 he received his Master of Technology (Energy Studies, IIT Delhi, India) in the area of power system stability enhancement in a deregulated electric utility environment using FACTS devices. His Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical and Electronics Engineering, BIT Mesra, Ranchi, India) in 2003 allowed him to study a novel approach to short term load forecasting using Neuro-Fuzzy technique. His research interests include: Energy Storage Systems (ESS), smart grid and plug in electric vehicles, power system planning - transmission and generation interconnection, load modelling and its impact on system stability, and modelling of wind generators (DFIG) and its impact on power system stability.

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Benson Heng received his Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Queensland in 2003, and his Masters in Engineering Science (Electricity Supply) from Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in 2010. Benson has works as a Senior Network Development Planning Engineer with the ENERGEX Network Development Planning Department. He is now with EnergyQ as a Network Modelling Manager with the EnergyQ Grid Planning and Optimization.

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