spring 2019

ELE-3503 Power System Stability - 5 stp

Sist endret: 13.06.2019

The course is administrated by

Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology

Studiested

Narvik |

Type of course

Theoretical subject.
Cannot be taken as a single subject

Admission requirements

Suggested prerequisites: ELE-3500 Power System Fundamentals, or similar

Course contents

System Components
Generators, transformers, transmission lines and Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS)

Stationary conditions
Generators, transformers, transmission lines and loads

Generator stability
Swing equation, damping, stationary and transient stability, multi-machine systems

Voltage stability
Stability criteria, critical load demand, static and dynamic analysis

Frequency Stability
Frequency droop, primary and secondary control, tertiary control, load shedding

Stability Enhancement
Power system stabilizers, Shunt FACTS devices, Series compensators

Recommended prerequisites

ELE-3500 Power System Fundamentals

Objective of the course

After completing the subject, the students will have the following learning outcome:

Knowledge and understanding:
-The candidate will be familiar with the working principles and properties of the different power system elements
-The candidate will have knowledge of different kinds of electric loads and how to make complex load models
-The candidate will have knowledge of generator stability (load angle stability).
-The candidate will have knowledge of network voltage stability.
-The candidate will have knowledge of system frequency stability.
-The candidate will have knowledge of different methods of stability improvement.

Skills:
-The candidate will be able to perform basic stability analysis
-The candidate will be able to make simple power system models and perform dynamic simulations

General competence:
-The candidate will be able to understand the interaction between the different elements in a power system
-The candidate will be able to view the power system in a social and economic perspective

Language of instruction

English

Teaching methods

Lectures and written exercises.
The lectures will mostly focus on presenting theory, but instruction in simulation tools will also be provided.

Assessment

Mandatory task
Five of Six assignments (hand-in exercises) have to be approved in order to take the final exam.

Assessment
3 hours written exam.
Grading scale is from A (highest) to F (lowest), with E as the minimum pass grade

There will be arranged a re-sit exam for this course

Date for examination

Written exam 11.06.2019

The date for the exam can be changed. The final date will be announced in the StudentWeb early in May and early in November.

Schedule

Recommended reading/syllabus

Curriculum
Machowski, Bialek, Bumby: Power System Dynamics, Stability and Control

Additional literature
-Prabha Kundur: Power System Stability and Control
-Selected Research papers