# Ultimate Electrical Fault Analysis for Complete Beginners

Learn everything about electrical fault analysis in electric power system without any previous knowledge

Updated on Oct, 2023

Language - English

Lectures -35

Duration -7 hours

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## Course Description

Welcome to our course 'Ultimate Electrical Fault Analysis For Power Engineering', specifically designed for electrical engineering or electrical power engineering students.

You will learn in this course:

• Meaning of a fault in the electrical system

• Types of faults in the electrical system

• Classification of faults in the electrical system

• Difference between symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults

• Difference between earth and phase faults

• Classification of faults according to time and number of phases

• Equations and phasor diagram of a healthy system

• Equations and phasor diagram of a three-phase fault

• Equations and phasor diagram of a single line to ground fault

• Equations and phasor diagram of a line to line fault

• Equations and phasor diagram of a double line to ground fault

• Effect of open-circuit fault on electrical power system

• Current and voltage waveforms in case of an electrical fault

• Representation of electrical components, reactance diagram, and per-unit system

• The solution of several examples on per unit system

• Different reactances in the electrical machine during fault

• Thevenin method and steps of analyzing symmetrical faults

• The solution of many examples on symmetrical faults

• Conversion of the unbalanced system in symmetrical faults into balanced systems

• Modeling different components for reactance diagram

• Example on drawing the reactance diagram of +ve, -ve, and zero sequences

• Equivalent circuits for different fault types

• Solution of examples on unsymmetrical faults in the power system

### Goals

What will you learn in this course:

• Meaning of a fault in the electrical system

• Types of faults in the electrical system

• Classification of faults in the electrical system

• Difference between symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults

• Difference between earth and phase faults

• Classification of faults according to time and number of phases

• Equations and phasor diagram of a healthy system

• Equations and phasor diagram of a three-phase fault

• Equations and phasor diagram of a single line to ground fault

• Equations and phasor diagram of a line to line fault

• Equations and phasor diagram of a double line to ground fault

• Effect of open-circuit fault on electrical power system

• Current and voltage waveforms in case of an electrical fault

• Representation of electrical components, reactance diagram, and per-unit system

• The solution of several examples on per unit system

• Different reactances in the electrical machine during fault

• Thevenin method and steps of analyzing symmetrical faults

• The solution of many examples on symmetrical faults

• Conversion of the unbalanced system in symmetrical faults into balanced systems

• Modelling different components for reactance diagram

• Example on drawing the reactance diagram of +ve, -ve and zero sequences

• Equivalent circuits for different fault types

• Solution of examples on unsymmetrical faults in the power system

### Prerequisites

What are the prerequisites for this course?

• Just PC or mobile or tablet to view lectures online

## Curriculum

Check out the detailed breakdown of what’s inside the course

Introduction to Power System Faults
14 Lectures
• Introduction To The Course 03:20 03:20
• What Does a Fault Mean? 06:27 06:27
• Fault due to Wrong Operation in Electrical System 04:13 04:13
• Types of Electrical Faults According to Number of Phases 06:49 06:49
• Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical Faults in Power System 08:41 08:41
• Difference between Earth Fault and Phase Fault 01:56 01:56
• Classification of Faults According to Time 02:06 02:06
• Equations and Phasor Diagram for a Healthy Balanced System 31:19 31:19
• Phasor Diagram of Three Phase to Ground Fault 08:08 08:08
• Phasor Diagram of Single Line to Ground Fault 02:36 02:36
• Phasor Diagram of Line to Line Fault 04:09 04:09
• Phasor Diagram of Double Line to Ground Fault 02:15 02:15
• Open Circuit Fault in Electrical Systems 12:45 12:45
Understanding Per Unit System
5 Lectures
Symmetrical Power System Faults Analysis Course
6 Lectures
Unsymmetrical Power System Faults Analysis Course
10 Lectures

## Instructor Details

Ahmed Mahdy

Electrical Power Engineer

I am Ahmed Mahdy an electrical power engineer, I am also an online instructor at more than 20 platforms.

I am also the founder of the "Khadija Academy" website for electrical engineering courses.

I have a YouTube educational engineering channel called" Khadija Academy", I regularly post videos related to electrical engineering.

I am also an author on Amazon Kindle having 6 books about electrical engineering.

In 2018 Udemy awarded me of being from the top 10% most engaging instructors.

I also created Khadija Academy  in 2019, my mission is "Learn the fundamentals of electrical engineering branches from absolute beginner to advanced level."

In every one of my Udemy courses, you'll see that I am always available and always offer you support through each course. I will join your success and help you through any obstacles.

You'll notice that my courses get many 5-star ratings & reviews and my student satisfaction ratings also reflect this.

In the many positive course reviews, my courses get, most people like the Way I explain everything and the encouraging teaching style that I convey as well as how I get right to the point and walk you, step-by-step through Complex Ideas.

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