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Kit ContentsFor Online Web: Online Videos, For Pendrive: 8GB USB Pendrive, Installation Guide
Lecture Duration7 Hours
Validity Period1 Month & 12 Months
Total ViewsUnlimited During Subscription
ModeOnline Subscription & Pendrive
Runs OnLaptop & Desktop
System RequirementFor Online Web: On system (Desktop or laptop) allow the flash in browser and download the latest version of flash. For Pendrive: Windows XP, 7 & above | Ram: 2 GB | Processor: 2.0 GHz and above (Note: Pen drive will not install on Mac system)
Video LanguageEnglish
Study Material LanguageEnglish
Applicable CourseEngineering
Technical supportProvided by Magic Marks, Contact number: 9599285622 Email ID: [email protected]
Dispatched ByMagic Marks
Dispatch Time48 Hours
Delivery Time2 - 3 Days

Description

The Magic Marks Kit includes

For Online Web

1. Online Web Videos 

For Pendrive:

1. 8GB USB Pendrive 

2. Installation Guide

Demo Videos

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Index

No.

Topics of Learning                          

Duration

1

Modeling of Synchronous Machine

0:36

2

Transmission Lines

1:51

3

Single Line Diagram

2:54

4

Per Unit System

2:37

5

Symmetrical Components

3:15

6

Limitation of Faults

0:38

7

Percentage of Reactance and Base KVA

1:07

8

Sequence Networks

1:04

9

Transients in R-L Series Circuit

1:40

10

Calculation of 3-Phase Short Circuit Current

5:00

11

Short Circuit of Synchronous Machine

5:00

12

Unsymmetrical Faults on 3-Phase System

3:11

13

Sequence Impedances

1:32

14

Analysis of Line to Line (L-L) Faults

5:00

15

Analysis of Line to Ground (L-G) Faults

5:00

16

Analysis of Double Line to Ground (LL-G) Faults

5:00

17

Formation of Zbus by Singular Transformation

5:00

18

Bus Classification

3:30

19

Nodal Admittance Matrix

5:00

20

Development of Load Flow Equation

5:00

21

Gauss Method

5:00

22

Gauss Seidel Method

5:00

23

Newton-Raphson Method

5:00

24

Line Flow Equation

5:00

25

Introduction of Supply System

2:02

26

AC Supply and DC Supply Scheme

2:12

27

Comparrision of DC and AC Transmission

2:18

28

Advantage of High Transmission Voltage

1:20

29

Various Systems of Power Transmission

2:14

30

Choice of Working Voltage For Transmission

1:20

31

Elements of Transmission Line

0:56

32

Economic Choice of Transmission Voltage

1:54

33

Radial and Mesh Distribution Networks

1:19

34

Voltage Regulation

3:30

35

Main Components of Overhead Lines

3:00

36

Conductor Materials

2:52

37

Line Supports

3:21

38

Insulators

2:07

39

Types of Insulators

2:45

40

String Efficiency

5:00

41

Method of Improving String Efficiency

5:00

42

Sag in Overhead Line

2:44

43

Calculation of Sag

5:00

44

Some Mechanical Principles

3:31

45

Introduction of Corona

2:05

46

Factors Affecting Corona

1:52

47

Important of Corona

2:03

48

Constants of a Transmission Line

2:11

49

Resistance of Transmission Line

5:00

50

Skin Effect

2:33

51

Inductance of a Single Phase Two Wire Line

2:10

52

Inductance of a Three Phase lines

5:00

53

Concept of Self GMD and Mutual GMD

5:00

54

Inductance in Terms of GMD

1:59

55

Use of Bundled Conductor

2:35

56

Transposition of Power Lines

2:35

57

Capacitance of a Single Phase Two Wire Line

5:00

58

Capacitance of a Three Phase Overhead Line

5:00

59

Effect of Earth on Capacitance of Conductors

1:16

60

Classification of Transmission Lines

2:05

61

Voltage Regulation

1:24

62

Transmission Efficiency

1:38

63

Performance of Single Phase Short Transmission Lines

5:00

64

Medium Transmission Lines

1:57

65

End Condenser Method

5:00

66

Nominal T Method

5:00

67

Nominal Pi Method

5:00

68

ABCD Constants of a Transmission Line

5:00

69

Surge Impedance Loading

1:09

70

Series Compensation

0:46

71

Shunt Compensation

2:11

72

Synchronous Phase Modifiers

2:03

73

Rating of Phase Modifiers

1:19

74

Introduction

1:52

75

Construction of Cables

2:16

76

Insulating Materials of Cables

2:53

77

Classification of Cables

2:16

78

Belted Cables

1:24

79

Screened Cables

2:49

80

Pressure Cables

2:23

81

Direct Laying

3:01

82

Draw-in System

1:44

83

Soild System

2:01

84

Insulating Resistance of Single Core Cable

5:00

85

Dielectric Stress of Single Core Cable

5:00

86

Capacitance of 3 Core Cables

2:08

87

Measurement of Core Core and Core Earth Capacitance

5:00

88

Current Carrying Capacity of Underground Cables

2:12

89

Thermal Resistance of Cable

1:57

90

Permissible Current Loading

5:00

91

Open Circuit Fault

2:12

92

Short Circuit Fault

5:00

93

Earth Fault

5:00

94

Comparison with Transmission Lines

2:37

95

Definition and Classification of Sub Stations

1:56

96

Definition of Fuses

2:49

97

Characteristics of Fuse Element

1:41

98

Fuse Element Materials

1:47

99

Important Terms

2:43

100

Types of Fuses

3:21

101

Current Carrying Capacity of Fuse Element

0:56

102

Introduction

0:34

103

Operating Principle

0:51

104

Arc Phenomenon

1:09

105

Methods of Arc Extinction

1:22

106

Classification of Circuit Breakers

2:25

107

Oil Circuit Breaker

1:48

108

Types of Oil Circuit Breaker

2:21

109

Air Blast Circuit Breakers

3:44

110

Types of Air Blast Circuit Breakers

2:24

111

Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6) Circuit Breakers

3:38

112

Vacuum Circuit Breaker (VCB)

2:23

113

Switchgear Components

2:11

114

Problems of Circuit Interruption

2:57

115

Circuit Breaker Ratings

2:22

116

Defination

1:38

117

Fundamental Requirements of Protective Relaying

2:36

118

Induction Relays

1:14

119

Induction Type Overcurrent Relay (Non Directional)

1:53

120

Induction Type Directional Power Relay

2:02

121

Induction Type Directional Overcurrent Relay

2:06

122

Distance or Impedance Relays

2:24

123

Differential Relays

2:06

124

Translay System

2:10

125

Types of Protection

2:01

126

Time Graded Protection

1:56

127

Differential and Distance Protection of Feeders

2:43

128

Choice Between Impedance, Reactance and Mho Relay

1:42

129

Types of Faults on Generator

2:01

130

Stator and Rotor Protection

5:00

131

Negative Sequence Protection

1:36

132

Protection of Transformer

2:45

133

Buchholz Relay

3:54

134

Earth Fault or Leakage Protection

5:00

135

Gas Relays

1:28

136

Ground Wire or Grounding

1:15

137

Rop Gap

1:33

138

Impulse Gap

1:55

139

Valve Types and Metal Oxide Arresters

2:08

140

Line Arresters/Surge Absorber

2:08

141

Underground Neutral System

2:02

142

Grounded Neutral System

2:09

143

Introduction

1:34

144

Swing Equation

5:00

145

Steady State Limit

5:00

146

Critical Clearing Angle

5:00

147

Step-by-Step Method

5:00

148

Factors Affecting Transient Stability

1:23

149

Method of Improving System Stability

1:20

 

Total

6 hr 58 Mins

About the Faculty

The Magic Marks Digital learning solution is for students studying B.tech engineering in Indian colleges and universities. Students studying for competitive examinations can also use these eLearning materials. Our digital learning solution is entirely visual with 2D animations with amazing imagery and an English voice over to help you learn easily.

Each subject has an eLearning plan for engineering, comprising Topics of Learning that are essential to a complete study of the subject. These topics are further classified into DEFINITIONS, DIAGRAMS, DERIVATIONS and APPLICATIONS. The Definition and Diagram topics are for concept-based learning, while the Derivation and Application materials help you solve numerical.

Assessments are a great way to know how well you are doing and how much you have learned. So rather than finding out at the end of term, we allow you to track your engineering learning across semester. Login, select your Subject and get access to a host of multiple choice questions (MCQs) and mock-papers.