|Semester||Semester 8 – Spring|
Traditional and Modern Electricity Transmission and Distribution Systems. Distribution Center. Automatic Generation Control in Electrical Systems.
Flexible Transmission Systems. Inductance and capacitance of transmission lines. Equivalent circuits and models of short, medium and long length transmission lines. Transmission line compensation. Electrical calculations. Thyristor-controlled flexible transmission systems. Maximum power transfer.
DC power transmission systems. Optimal operation and development of transmission systems. Technical characteristics of loads. Electrical load analysis. Load forecasting models. Power flow and optimal power flow.
Distribution systems with distributed energy resources. Calculation of the maximum distributed power output that can be introduced into a distribution system.
Optimal operation and development of Distribution Systems. Technologies, management, design and development of smart distribution systems.
Basic principles of design and development of electrical systems. Optimization techniques. Optimal design and development of electricity generation, transmission, and distribution systems.
Design and development of electricity systems in the context of a liberalized electricity market.
Future Trends and Prospects in Electricity Transmission and Distribution Systems
The course aims to present the necessary knowledge of modern technologies for the management, design, development and operation of smart transmission and distribution systems with the presence of distributed generation and in the context of a liberalized electricity market environment.
Upon successful completion of the course the student will be able to:
- describe the evolution and the latest trends in the operation, control and stability of electricity systems
- have sufficient knowledge on the configuration of production networks in the presence of distributed generation and in a liberalized electricity market environment.
- iscuss relevant scientific issues with other researchers as well as engineers and policy makers from industry
- understand load forecasting features and models
- have sufficient knowledge on power flow optimization methods and FACTS device integration to improve system performance
- understand and analyze DC power transmission systems.
- develop and present a topic in a relevant scientific field
- analyze and present the different models and methods for the analysis of modern electricity systems
- work with colleagues to create and present a comprehensive work on a study of a modern electricity system