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227-0528-00L  Power System Dynamics, Control and Operation

SemesterSpring Semester 2016
LecturersG. Hug, A. Ulbig, M. Zima
Periodicityyearly recurring course
Language of instructionEnglish


AbstractDynamic processes in power systems, load-frequency control, voltage control, stability, line protection.
ObjectiveDynamic processes in power systems, load-frequency control, voltage control, stability, line protection.
ContentDynamical properties of electric machines, networks, loads and integrated systems. Models of power plants, turbines, turbine control, load-frequency control, tie-line control. Models of synchronous machines. Equal area criterion. Small signal stability. Voltage control and static stability. Properties of protection systems: dependability, reliability, selectivity, back-up functions, economy. Line protections: Influence of fault impedance, grounding, time setting. Differential protections. Digital protections. Intelligent protections.
Lecture notesLecture notes. WWW pages.