Power System Study

Generation & Transmission system operators, as well as the power consultant community, pay attention to the power system stability, safety and reliability. Power system stability and safety is necessary to avoid severe operation failures such as blackouts and shutdowns. Sophisticated models, complex solution techniques, and powerful simulation tools are used to study the design and validation of modern power systems.

Steady State Study

Steady State Stability studies are restricted to small and gradual changes in the system operating conditions. The study is further divided into Transient and Dynamic state. Transient Stability involves study of power system at the time of an incident or change in state. The ability of a power system to maintain stability under continuous small disturbances is investigated under the name of Dynamic Stability.

Power System Study Solutions

A detailed and meticulous procedure is followed in Power System Studies:


  1. Electrical Distribution Assessments
  2. Electrical Load Monitoring
  3. Short Circuit Analysis
  4. Power Factor Correction
  5. Motor Starting Analysis
  6. Motor Torque/Speed/Acceleration Analysis
  7. Harmonic Analysis
  8. Ferro-resonance Analysis
  9. Transient & Steady State Analysis
  10. Load Flow Analysis
  11. Grounding and Bonding Analysis
  12. Arc Flash Analysis
  13. Lightning Transient Analysis
  14. Traction Power system
  15. Sub-synchronous resonance
  16. Efficiency enhancement study


Power System Audit is needed in an electrical facility when following incidents occur.

  • Insulation failures
  • Flashover
  • Grid Shutdown
  • Equipment Damage
  • Damage of Electronics and Sensitive Control Systems

Through this audit the experts examine the:

  • Sizing of Electrical Components As Per Power Flow
  • Relay Settings
  • Operational Disturbances
  • Cable Routing & Separations

Product Supply

  • Customized Suppression System
  • Customized Filtering System

Test & Validation

Existing Assets

  • Conduct root Cause Analysis
  • Identify and Eliminate Source of Disturbance

New Asset

  • Test & validate new installations to ensure conformance to power system design and philosophy