19E023AE1 - Power System Analysis 1
Course specification | ||||
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Course title | Power System Analysis 1 | |||
Acronym | 19E023AE1 | |||
Study programme | Electrical Engineering and Computing | |||
Module | Power Engineering | |||
Type of study | bachelor academic studies | |||
Lecturer (for classes) | ||||
Lecturer/Associate (for practice) | ||||
Lecturer/Associate (for OTC) | ||||
ESPB | 6.0 | Status | mandatory | |
Condition | ||||
The goal | The objective of the course is to familiarize students with basic calculations in power systems: calculations of steady states of symmetrical three-phase systems, calculation of voltage drops, calculations of power and energy losses, calculations of allowed power transfer, calculations of symmetrical and asymmetric short-circuits. | |||
The outcome | Provide students with the ability to implement power network computations, to design corresponding algorithms for calculation steady and quasi steady states of power systems in normal and abnormal conditions. | |||
Contents | ||||
Contents of lectures | Fundamentals of the analysis of stationary symmetrical states. Single line diagrams. Per unit systems. Load flow equations. Calculations of voltage drops and power losses. Algorithms for steady state calculations. Reactive power compensation. Shunt and series failures. Models of the system components. Algorithms for the short circuit calculations. The effects of power system faults. | |||
Contents of exercises | Teaching assistant auditory exercises with examples from power systems (power balance, voltage drop, reactive power calculations and short circuit calculations). | |||
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Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year | ||||
Lectures | Exercises | OTC | Study and Research | Other classes |
3 | 2 | |||
Methods of teaching | Lectures and teaching assistant auditory exercises. | |||
Knowledge score (maximum points 100) | ||||
Pre obligations | Points | Final exam | Points | |
Activites during lectures | Test paper | 30 | ||
Practical lessons | Oral examination | 40 | ||
Projects | ||||
Colloquia | 30 | |||
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