2009-08-24 Introduction to Power System Analysis Part I

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Introduction to Power System Analysis Jovan Ilić ECE 18-418 Fall 2009
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Professor Marija Ilic – course supervisor B25 Porter Hall 412-268-9520 [email protected] Dr. Jovan Ilic – lecturer B11 Porter Hall 412-268-3943 [email protected] Office Hours: Wednesdays 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. or by appointment Teaching Assistant: Dr. Nermeen Talaat B41 Porter Hall 412-268-7422 [email protected] Course Management Assistant: Shannon Halfhill Hamerschlag Hall D200 412-268-5448 [email protected]
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Course Topics Power systems evolution Steady state analysis tools Power system components – Generation Energy sources (fossil, nuclear, renewable) Energy conversion (generators) – Transmission and distribution – Electrical energy utilization Energy demands (thermal, mechanical, electronics) Energy conversion effects Power system control Real power control Reactive power control Energy management AC/DC power flow AC/DC optimal power flow State estimation Electricity Markets Future of electrical power system
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Course Material 1. Textbook: Lou van der Sluis, Electrical Power System Essentials , Wiley 2008 1. Reference: Lou van der Sluis, Electrical Power System Essentials (Slides on the book’s web site), ET2105 William D. Stevenson, Jr., Elements of Power System Analysis, Fourth Ed., McGraw Hill 1982 J. Duncan, Mulukutla S. Sarma, Power System Analysis and Design, 2002 CMU BlackBoard World Wide Web
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Power Systems Purpose • Uninterrupted power supply • Small variations in: – Voltage – Frequency • Economically viable • Environmental responsible
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