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Simulation and Analysis of Processes in Electric Power Supply Networks

Module name (EN): Simulation and Analysis of Processes in Electric Power Supply Networks
Degree programme: Electrical Engineering, Master, ASPO 01.10.2005
Module code: E924
SAP-Submodule-No.: P211-0259
Hours per semester week / Teaching method: 2V+2PA (4 hours per week)
ECTS credits: 5
Semester: 9
Mandatory course: no
Language of instruction:
German
Assessment:
Oral examination, project work

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Applicability / Curricular relevance:
E924 (P211-0259) Electrical Engineering, Master, ASPO 01.10.2005, semester 9, optional course
Workload:
60 class hours (= 45 clock hours) over a 15-week period.
The total student study time is 150 hours (equivalent to 5 ECTS credits).
There are therefore 105 hours available for class preparation and follow-up work and exam preparation.
Recommended prerequisites (modules):
None.
Recommended as prerequisite for:
Module coordinator:
Prof. Dr. Michael Igel
Lecturer:
Prof. Dr. Michael Igel


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Learning outcomes:
After successfully completing this course students will have acquired an understanding of the structure of electric power supply networks and the physical principles of the equipment used in them, and will be able to apply and interpret the numerical models used in computational analyses of electric power supply networks. Students will also acquire a fundamental understanding of how CAE tools are applied to tackle practical problems in power supply systems. Specific skills taught include:
  - Functional principles of network modelling systems
  - Computing stationary and dynamic network processes
  - Numerical methods in electric power supply systems

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Module content:
1.Electric power supply systems
 1.1.Structure of electric power supply networks
 1.2.Integrated network operation, the UCTE network
 1.3.Transmission, distribution and industrial networks
 
2.Equipment
 2.1.Transformers
 2.2.Transmission lines and conductors
 2.3.Generators
 2.4.Switching equipment
 
3.Fundamental aspects of simulating electric power supply networks
 3.1.Generating models for linear and nonlinear power supply equipment
 3.2.How simulation tools work
 3.3.The ATPDesigner/ATP simulation tool
 
4.Simulation of electric power supply networks
 4.1.Power supply networks in their fault-free, stationary operating state
 4.2.The three-phase short-circuit: a faulty, stationary network state
 4.3.Dynamic processes in power supply networks
 4.4.Dynamic processes induced by a three-phase fault
 4.5.Non-linear, transient processes in power supply networks
 4.6.Stability of power supply networks
 4.7.Primary and secondary control of power stations
 
5.Numerical methods in power supply systems
 5.1.Mesh and node analysis
 5.2.Solving systems of linear equations
 5.3.Numerical network simulations
 5.4.Numerical computation of frequency spectra
 5.5.Discrete Fourier Analysis (DFT)
 


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Teaching methods/Media:
Lecture notes, video projector, problem-solving exercises using a CAE tool


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Recommended or required reading:
Flosdorff, Hilgarth:  Elektrische Energieverteilung, Teubner Verlag
Heuck, Dettmann:  Elektrische Energieversorgung, Vieweg Verlag
Balzer, Nelles:  Kurzschlussstromberechnung nach VDE 0102, Tutas, VDE
Happoldt, Oeding:  Elektrische Kraftwerke und Netze, Springer Verlag
EEUG e.V.:  ATP Rulebook, www.emtp.org
EEUG e.V.:  ATP Theory Book, www.emtp.org
Igel:  Einführung in die grafische Benutzeroberfläche ATPDesigner
Schiffer:  Signalverarbeitung
Brigham:  Digital Fourier Transformation

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