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Electric Power Transmission and Grid Control

Electric Power Transmission and Grid Control
Typ: Vorlesung/Lecture
Ort:

Building 30.36, Room No. 011

Zeit:

Th. 11.30 am - 1.00 pm

Beginn: 26.10.2017
Dozent:

Prof. Dr-Ing. Thomas Leibfried

Hinweis:

„No lecture will be held in week 11 (from 30st of October until the 4th of November 2017)”

Themenliste

 

No.

Topic

1.

Power Transmission Characteristic of Active and Reactive Power

Between Two Grids Connected Via a Transmission Line

2.

Transient Stability: Short Interruption As One Example

3.

Increase of Power System Transmission Capability and Efficiency

4.

Voltage Drop in the Case of 2 Side Fed Transmission Lines

5.

Detailed Mathematical Description of the Commutation Process in a Line Commutated Converter

6.

Power Flow in a HVDC Transmission Connection

6-1.

Power Flow in a HVDC Transmission Connection

6-2.

Power Transformers of LCC HVDC Links

7.

Design Types of HVDC Sytems, AC Filters and Thyristors

8.

Basic Control Scheme of a Line Commutated HVDC Transmission

9.

Voltage Source Converter

10.

Multi Level Converter (MLC): Design and Working Principle

11.

SVC‘s: Design and Working Principle

12.

STATCOM and TCSC: Design and Working Principle

12-1.

Other FACTS Designs

13.

Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC): Design and Working Principle

14.

Modelling of a Water Power Station

14-1.

Detailed Modeling of a Thermal Power Station

14-2.

Detailed Modeling of a Wind Power Station

14-3.

Dynamic Modeling of a Synchronous Generator

15.

Primary and Secondary Control

16.

Primary Control of Intercooected Grids

17.

Tertiary Control, OPF, Merit Order Effect, Frequency limits in the ENTSO-E Grid

17-1.

Optimal Power Flow (OPF)

18.

Voltage Control in the Transmission and Distribution Grid

 

Downloads

 

Username and password to access the slides will be announced during lecture.

Slides Chapter 1 (PDF)
Slides Chapter 2 (PDF)
Slides Chapter 3 (PDF)
Slides Chapter 4 (PDF)

Slides Examination (PDF)