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ECE 611: Electrical Transients in Power Systems
Description: Transient performance of power systems with lumped properties, interruption of
arcs, restriking voltage, re-ignition inertia effects, switching of rotational systems, magnetic
saturation in stationary networks, harmonic oscillations, saturated systems, transient
performance of synchronous machines, corona, lightning, and ground potential rise. Additionally,
we will reference global regulatory and industrial product compliance standards for actual product
requirements related to transient suppression and control.
Prerequisite: All Engineering Graduate Students are encouraged to take this course
Instructor: Don Gies, Adjunct Professor
Phone: 732-207-7828 (cell)
Email: [email protected]
Classroom: FMH 409, Time: Tuesday 6:00PM-9:00PM
Office hours: By appointment
Text: Allan Greenwood, “Electrical Transients in Power Systems,” 2nd Edition, Wiley-Interscience,
Introduction and Transient Fundamentals
Switching Transients
Abnormal Switching Transients
Transients in Three-Phase Circuits
Transients in DC Circuits, Conversion Equipment and Static VAR Control
Electromagnetic Phenomena of Importance Under Transients Conditions
Traveling Waves and Other Transients on Transmission Lines
Principles of Transient Modeling of Power Systems and Components
Modeling Power Apparatus
Component Parameter Values for Use in Transient Calculations
Insulation Coordination
Protection of Systems and Equipment Against Transient Overvoltages
In addition, transient requirements or recommendations from the following organizations may be
referenced in class:
 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), including the National Electrical Code
 International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
 Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
 Federal Communication Commission (FCC)
 Telcordia
The following may be referenced for further information:
J.C. Das, “Transients in Electrical Systems” McGraw-Hill, 2010
Lou van der Sluis, “Transients in Power Systems” Wiley, 2001
J.D. Glover, M. Sarma, T. Overbye “Power System Analysis and Design”, 2011
J.A. Martinez-Velasco, “Power System Transients: Parameter Determination”. CRC Press,
Course Policy:
 Homework/quizzes-30, Midterm-30, Final-40 (paper on selected topic).
 Homework must be submitted before lecture starts.
Class Rules:
 No food or drink is allowed in the Lecture or Lab Rooms.
 Arrive to class on time.
 Silence or turn off cell phones prior to arrival at class. Use of cell phones during class is
 Participate! This class should be interactive.
Honor code:
 All students are expected to follow the NJIT Honor Code in this course. This includes
pledging all homework assignments, mid-term and final exams.