autumn 2019

ELE-3500 Power System Fundamentals - 10 ECTS

Sist endret: 13.11.2019

The course is provided by

Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology

Location

Narvik |

Application deadline

Applicants from Nordic countries: 1 June. Exchange students and Fulbright students: 15 April 

Type of course

Can be taken as a singel subject.

Admission requirements

A relevant undergraduate bachelor Engineering programme with minimum 30 credits Mathematics/statistics topics

Application code: 9371

Course content

  • Introduction to Power System
  • Revision of Single Phase and 3 Phase Systems
  • Per Unit Systems
  • Elements in a Power System
  • Modeling of Generators
  • Modeling of Transformers
  • Modeling of Transmission Lines
  • Power Flow and Load Flow Studies
  • Fault Analysis in a Power System
  • Introduction to Reactive Power Compensation
  • Introduction to FACTS Devices

Objectives of the course

Knowledge:

After having followed the course, the candidate shall have obtained insight in:

  • Knowledge of Power system theory, power System functions, power system structure, power system generation, transmission and distribution.
  • Review of Basic concepts of the three-phase system, active and reactive power, power flow impact on the system, reactive power compensation.
  • Modeling of Power System Elements (Generators, Transformers, Transmission lines).
  • Understanding of power flow/load flow problems, solutions of power flow problems by different computational aspects.
  • Knowledge of different kinds of faults in a power system.
  • Knowledge of reactive power compensation analysis in a transmission line including FACTS devices

Skills:

After having followed the course, the candidate shall be able to:

  • Make and analyze simple model of a power system.
  • Perform and analyze simple power system calculations.
  • Perform and analyze simple power flow calculations.
  • Perform and analyze simple power fault calculations.

General competence:

  • The candidate will has a basic understanding about power system structures and interaction between different elements of power system

Language of instruction

English

Teaching methods

Lectures + Assignments + Laboratory exercises

Software :  MATLAB/SIMULINK

Assessment

Mandatory tasks

Assignments and Laboratory reports have to be approved in order to take the final examination

Assessment

5 hours written exam. Assessment according to standard A-F grading scale.

A re-sit exam will be arranged for this course.

Date for examination

Written exam 16.12.2019

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