Electrical Grids and Distribution (ILV)

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Course lecturer:

DI Dr.

 Andreas Sumper
 Stefan Troger , BSc MSc

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Course numberVEEMS-3.07
Course codeEGD
Curriculum2016
Semester of degree program Semester 3
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW2,0
ECTS credits3,0
Language of instruction English

The students are competent in development of modern grid and

distribution systems, special for intelligent controlled mixed

alternative energy supply. They know multi role grids, necessary

controls algorithm for high efficient grid leading, regulation utilities.

The students know the basics of grid hardware, seen in cable and

tower supply systems switching, substation transformer of new art

for mixed alternative suppliers.

Basics of electric energy distribution and grid topologies.Modern grid structures for standard plants, wind turbine parks, mixed suppliers. Optimized intelligent grids in respect to losses switching possibilities, high performance, fast structure manipulation. Future storage grid and distribution behaviors. Leading and control performances to intelligent grid switching. Development of grid parameters, loss minimization.Monitoring leading control performances and switching.Mobile distribution systems, long run efficient distribution (solar thermal plants distribution). High efficient high power static converter systems.

Zhaoyang Dong, Pei Zhang, Jian Ma, and Junhua Zhao: Emerging

Techniques in Power System Analysis, Springer, 2010

Mumtaz Siddiqui and Thomas Fahringer: Grid Resource

Management: On-demand Provisioning, Advance Reservation, and

Capacity Planning of Grid Resources , Springer, 2010

Thomas Georgiadis: Renewable Energy Grid Integration: Building

and Assessment, Nova, 2010

Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken:

Power transmission: Power, Electric Power Transmission, Energy,

Time, Alternating Current, Transformer, Electrical Grid, Electrical

Resistance, Betascript Publishing, 2010