Subject description - XP15PEE

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XP15PEE Transmission of Electricity
Roles:S Extent of teaching:2P+2S
Department:13115 Language of teaching:CS
Guarantors:Müller Z. Completion:Z,ZK
Lecturers:Müller Z. Credits:4
Tutors:Müller Z. Semester:L

Anotation:

Types of networks and transmission systems. Multiple overhead lines. Symmetrical components. Calculation of load flow. Analysis of faulted power systems, different types of shunt and series faults and simultaneous faults. Special transients in the integrated power systems. Distance and comparison protection relays, principles and applications. EMC and interferences in power networks, prediction and limitation of disturbances due to non-linear loads. Static stability of the power system and its criteria. Dynamic stability of the power system and its criteria. Methods for increasing of the stability in power systems. Multimachine transient stability. Reliability of the power transmission systems.

Content:

This course deals with Rüdenberg method hypothesis of sequence impedance assessment, derivation usage and limits of symmetrical component method, AC and DC transmission problems.

Course outlines:

1. Transmission systems - structure, protection and security
2. General parameters - transmission lines and cables
3. Derivation of Rüdenberg's equation
4. Analysis of long transmission lines
5. Equivalent T a Pi circuits of long lines
6. High-voltage cables
7. Types of faults in transmission systems
8. Fault localization theory
9. Capacity of transmission lines
10. Capacity of feeder cables
11. The transfer function of transmission system - theoretic background
12. The transfer function of transmission system - protection system parameters calculation
13. DC transmission systems and grids
14. Selected topics from transmission systems

Exercises outline:

1. Transmission systems - structure, protection and security
2. General parameters - transmission lines and cables
3. Derivation of Rüdenberg's equation
4. Analysis of long transmission lines
5. Equivalent T a Pi circuits of long lines
6. High-voltage cables
7. Types of faults in transmission systems
8. Fault localization theory
9. Capacity of transmission lines
10. Capacity of feeder cables
11. The transfer function of transmission system - theoretic background
12. The transfer function of transmission system - protection system parameters calculation
13. DC transmission systems and grids
14. Selected topics from transmission systems

Literature:

Bayliss, C., Hardy, B.: Transmission and Distribution Electrical Engineering. Newnes; 2012.

Requirements:

Keywords:

Symmetrical components, load flow,faulted power systems, EMC, interferences, stability, reliability

Subject is included into these academic programs:

Program Branch Role Recommended semester
DOKP Common courses S
DOKK Common courses S


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