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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:

Mo. 11.30 am - 1.00 pm

Beginn: 14.10.2019
Dozent:

Prof. Dr-Ing. Thomas Leibfried

Hinweis:

 

Termine Vorlesung

 

14.10.2019
21.10.2019
28.10.2019
11.11.2019
18.11.2019
25.11.2019
02.12.2019
16.12.2019
13.01.2020
20.01.2020
27.01.2020
03.02.2020
Zeit: Montags von 11:30 - 13:00 Uhr
Ort: Seminarraum IEH

 

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)