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    Title: Computer-assisted Interactive Learning for Teaching Power Flow Problem
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    Date: 2016
    Publication type: Technical report
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    Keywords
    1. Power Engineering Education
    2. Power Flow
    3. PowerWorld Simulator

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    Electrical Engineering, Tongji University, 4800 Cao’an Rd, Shanghai, China

    Abstract

    This paper presented a computer-assisted method to teach and understand power flow calculation techniques. The education method is facilitated by specially designed user-friendly software PowerWorld simulator. The Simulation is to help students fully understand power flow calculation through the fulfilment of the following educational objectives: 1) use of Powerworld to solve the power flow problem of a small power system as well as a real-world power system; 2) complete understanding of the algorithms involved; 3) analysis of the results, identification and justification of the differences among different algorithms; and 4) extension of calculation methodologies. These methods have been proven effective in the education of students studying power system dispatching at Tongji University(TJU), China.