ECE 582 HW 4 Sample Solution
1. Show the detailed derivation of Equation 4.7.
[Solution]:
Consider the following balanced, three-phase, sinusoidal function:
f t f cos t
a
0
2
f b t f cos t 0
3
4
f c t f cos t 0
3
The corresponding space phasor is d
ECE582HW5
Problem1
Fig.1illustratesasimpliedsinglephasecircuitdiagramofanLCsystem,whichrepresentsacurrent
source converter. Assuming that v is the control variable (input), while i and vC are state variables (x
values).Itisassumedthatthefundamentalcompon
ECE 582 HW 4
1. Show the detailed derivation of Equation 4.7.
2. Repeat Example 4.6 for a series RLC circuit and find P and Q consumed by each element in the
circuit.
3. Determine the state space model for equation 4-60 and then simplify the results if th
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ECE 582 HW6
Problem 1:
Equations used:
P=
Q=
Vs
2
R +X2
Vs
2
R +X
2
[ R ( V sV L cos ) + X V L sin ]
[ X ( V sV L cos )R V L sin ]
Case 1:
0.018
0.025
0.041
0.049
0.064
Scenario 1
P (Scenario
Q (Scenario
1)
1)
0.035
0.020
0.050
4
4.1
Space Phasors and
Two-Dimensional Frames
INTRODUCTION
Chapter 3 investigated control of the half-bridge converter. The half-bridge converter
is the main building block of the three-phase voltage-sourced converter (VSC), and the
three-phase VSC contr
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ECE 582 HW 4
1. Show the detailed derivation of Equation 4.7.
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2. Repeat Example 4.6 for a series RLC circuit and find P and Q consumed by each element in the
circuit.
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3. Determine the state space model for e
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Access to Electricity
Technological Options for Community-based Solutions
ECE 582 Homework 3 Report Summary
By Subarno Saha
15, 2015
ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Although there exists a great need for the implementation of s
ECE582 HW5
Problem 1
Fig. 1 illustrates a simplied single-phase circuit diagram of an L-C system, which represents a currentsource converter. Assuming that v is the control variable (input), while i and vC are state variables (x
values). It is assumed tha
Homework 7
1) Fig. 1 illustrates a simplied single-phase circuit diagram. Assuming that VS is the control
variable (input) and VO is output, while I1, I2 and VC are state variables. Provide the statespace equations of this system in dq frame.
Fig. 1 Singl
ECE582 HW6
Problem 1
Problem Description:
Fig. 1 illustrates a simple microgrid with an interfaced inverter system, which could represent an invertercoupled distributed energy resource (DER) in a microgrid. Note that the same analysis can be applied to AC
ECE582HW7Solution
1. Problem1
Fig.1illustratesasimpliedsinglephasecircuitdiagram.AssumingthatVSisthecontrolvariable
(input)andVOisoutput,whileI1,I2andVCarestatevariables.Providethestatespaceequations
ofthissystemindqframe.
L1
L2
VC
I1
I2
C
VS
R
VO
Fig.1Si
Problem 1 (20 points)
In your own words, please describe:
(1) What is a microgrid?
(2) What are the differences between microgrids and conventional power systems?
(3) What is the relationship between Smart Grid and Microgrid in your opinion?
[Solution]:
(
ECE 582 Microgrid Design & Control
Access to Electricity:
Technological options for community-based solutions.
Summary:
This report is an introduction to the WISIONS initiative launched in 2004 by the
Wuppertal Institute whose goal is to promote and advan
ECE 582 Microgrid Design & Control
Cutting Campus Energy Costs with Hierarchical control:
The economical and reliable operation of a microgrid.
Summary:
This article, titled Cutting Campus Energy Costs with Hierarchical Control: The
economical and reliabl
ECE 582 Microgrid Design & Control
Island in the Sun: The solar power deployment initiative
at the University of the Virgin Islands
Summary:
This articles presents the distributed solar power deployment initiative at the
University of the Virgin Island (U
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Islands in the Sun
The solar power deployment initiative at the University of the Virgin Islands.
ECE 582 Homework 2 Report Summary
By Subarno Saha
8, 2015
ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
The paper discusses the needs, benefits
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Ripple Effects of the Shale Gas Boom in the U.S.: Shift in
the Balance of Energy Resources, Technology
Deployment, Climate Policies, Energy Markets,
Geopolitics and Policy Development
ECE 582 Homework 1 Report Summary
By Subarno
Microgrid Concept
Mohammad Shahidehpour, NAE Member, IEEE Fellow
Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation
Illinois Institute of Technology
1
Migration toward Distributed Control
Electric power system is the cornerstone of every industrialized
nation in th
IMPACT OF MICROGRIDS
ON POWER SYSTEM OPERATIONS
Mohammad Shahidehpour, NAE Member, IEEE Fellow
Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation
Illinois Institute of Technology
1
Introduction
This chapter discusses security, economical and environmental
impacts o
Microgrid Design and Operation - ECE 582
Term: Spring 2017
Levels: Graduate Level Engineering
Faculty Instructor: Professor Mohammad Shahidehpour ([email protected])
Office: IIT Tower, 10 West 35th Street, 16th Floor, 312 567 5737
Office Hours: email or by appoi
ECE 582
Midterm Exam
Due: 3-29-2013 at 9 am
A microgrid composed on the following units:
1. Wind Generator
2. PV Cells
3. Diesel Generator
4. Battery (Storage)
5. Grid Connection
6. Loads
The topology of the microgrid is shown in Fig. 1.
Fig. 1. Microgrid
Name: Kartik A Shah
CWID: A20373381
SUMMARY:
This paper discusses about the distributed solar power deployment initiative at the University of
the Virgin Islands. UVI is situated in the U.S. Virgin Islands. A short prologue to the U.S. Virgin
Islands is i
Problem 2:
a) Plot of the frequency-regulating curves of the two DG units.
Why the sign of slope corresponding to the utility feeder flow control is different from that of DG
output control?
When using DG2 to regulate the utility feeder flow, the power lo
Name: Kartik A Shah
CWID: A20373381
SUMMARY:
This paper reviews the idea of how the energy cost of the IIT Campus is reduce by using
Hierarchical Structure with help of micro-grid. With help of smart grid you can structure an
intelligent micro-grid in a l