Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Introduction to Power System Engineering

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To Facilitate the Electrical Engineering Students' understanding on how the electric power system generation, transmission, and distribution is planned, developed operated, and controlled.

Power Engineering, also called power systems engineering, is a subfield of electrical engineering that deals with the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power as well as the electrical devices connected to such systems including generators, motors and transformers.

* Course Objectives
* Power System Engineering
* Areas of power System Engineering
* Power System Engineering
* Generation
* Transmission
* Distribution
* END-User
* Electric Power Industry structure: Monopoly
* Electric Power Industry Reform ACT (EPIRA)
* Electric Power Industry Structure: Competitive Market
* System Load and Generation Balance
* System Frequency Indicates Balance
* A closer Look at System Balance
* Ensuring Load-Generation Balance
* Causes of Imblances in the Grid
* Basic Characteristics of Reserves
* Transmission System
* Electrical power System
* True or False?
* Power System Operation and Control
* Economic Operation
* Market Trading Mechanisms
* How is the power System Operated
* Ancillary Services
* Frequency and Voltage Control
* Operating Margin
* Demand Control
* System Islanding
* System Blackout
* Black Start
* How is the Power System Operated?
* Power System Reliability
* The Bulk Power Supply
* Reliability
* Requirements of a Reliable Electric Power System
* Power System Planning
* Planning Horizon
* Planing Process
* Regulatory Framework of EPIRA and Planning Imperatives for DUs
* Planning Coordination

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