Modelling of Power Systems

2021/2022
Programme:
Nuclear Engineering, Second Cycle
Year:
1 ali 2 year
Semester:
second
Kind:
optional
ECTS:
6
Language:
slovenian
Lecturers:

Dr. Marko Čepin, Rafael Mihalič, Igor Papič

Hours per week – 2. semester:
Lectures
2
Seminar
0
Tutorial
2
Lab
0
Prerequisites

Enrolment into the program.
Positive result from written exam is necessary to enter the oral exam.

Content (Syllabus outline)

The role of electric power systems in world development, the electric energy supply, the energy sources and energy transformations, conventional sources and alternative sources of electric energy. The parameters and features of energy sources, their principles and technologies of energy conversion.
Normal and abnormal states of electric power systems, voltage and current overloads in power systems, short circuit calculations, physical processes at short circuits between phases and to ground, calculation of short circuit currents.
Quality of electric energy, basic parameters and definitions. Transients and voltage oscillations,
Distortion of voltage shape, voltage harmonics, flicker. Indices of power supply interruptions.

Readings
  1. R. Mihalič. Stabilnost in dinamični pojavi v elektroenergetskih sistemih : osnovni pojmi s primeri. Ljubljana: Slovensko združenje elektroenergetikov CIGRÉ - CIRED, 2013.
  2. M. Kolenc, I. Papič, B. Blažič. Assessment of maximum distributed generation penetration levels in low voltage networks using a probabilistic approach. International journal of electrical power & energy systems, Jan. 2015, vol. 64, str. 505-515
  3. I. Papič, P. Žunko, Elektroenergetska tehnika, FE, 2005
  4. M. Čepin. Assessment of power system reliability. Springer, 2011.
  5. J. Voršič:Pretvarjanje v električno energijo Maribor : Fakulteta za elektrotehniko, računalništvo in informatiko, 1996
Objectives and competences

Comprehensive discussion of the fundamentals of power systems. Discussion about components of power systems and their implementation within power systems and power plants including nuclear power plants in sense of their safe and reliable operation.
Contribution to a development of responsibility for safe use of energy and for safe and efficient application of power systems and devices.

Intended learning outcomes

Knowledge and understanding:
Knowledge of fundamental laws of power systems. Understanding relations among fundamental quantities. Conceptual understanding of demonstrated experiments, procedures and processes.
Application:
Use of standard methods, procedures and processes in practice.
Reflection:
Technology processes comprehension. Evaluation of principles in theory and practice.
Transferable skills:
Capability of domestic and foreign literature and internet exploitation. Recognition of problems, data collection and problems solution. Use of information and communication technology. Team work.

Learning and teaching methods

Lectures, exercises, seminars, homework, consultations

Assessment

written exam
oral exam
grading: 5 (fail), 6-10 (pass) (according to the Statute of UL)

Lecturer's references

Marko Čepin
ČEPIN, Marko. Assessment of power system reliability. Springer, 2011.
GJORGIEV, Blaže, ČEPIN, Marko. A multi-objective optimization based solution for the combined economic-environmental power dispatch problem. Engineering applications of artificial intelligence, ISSN 0952-1976. [Print ed.], 2013, vol. 26, no. 1, str. 417-429
ČEPIN, Marko. Advantages and difficulties with the application of methods of probabilistic safety assessment to the power systems reliability. Nuclear Engineering and Design, 2012, 246, 134-140.
Rafael Mihalič
KOPŠE, Damijan, RUDEŽ, Urban, MIHALIČ, Rafael. Applying a wide-area measurement system to validate the dynamic model of a part of European power system. Electric power systems research, ISSN 0378-7796. [Print ed.], Feb. 2015, vol. 119, str. 1-10
MIHALIČ, Rafael. Stabilnost in dinamični pojavi v elektroenergetskih sistemih : osnovni pojmi s primeri. Ljubljana: Slovensko združenje elektroenergetikov CIGRÉ - CIRED, 2013.
MIHALIČ, Rafael. "Zelena" energija - bližnjica k energetski neodvisnosti ali slepa ulica?. Elektrotehniški vestnik, ISSN 0013-5852., 2011, letn. 78, št. 5, str. 245-256
Igor Papič
KOLENC, Marko, PAPIČ, Igor, BLAŽIČ, Boštjan. Assessment of maximum distributed generation penetration levels in low voltage networks using a probabilistic approach. International journal of electrical power & energy systems, ISSN 0142-0615. [Print ed.], Jan. 2015, vol. 64, str. 505-515
SPASOJEVIĆ, Ljubiša, PAPIČ, Igor, BLAŽIČ, Boštjan. Development of a control algorithm for a static VAR compensator used in industrial networks. Journal of Power Electronics, ISSN 1598-2092, Jul. 2014, vol. 14, no. 4, str. 754-763
MAKSIĆ, Miloš, PAPIČ, Igor. Analysis of flicker propagation with representative samples of network voltage. IEEE transactions on power delivery, ISSN 0885-8977, 2011, 26/3, str.2066-2067.