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Design and Operation of Smart Grid
A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Smart elosztóhálózatok tervezése és üzemeltetése
Last updated: 2015. február 18.
Budapesti Műszaki és
Villamosmérnöki és Informatikai Kar
Sustainable Power Engineering Specialization
Smart Grid sub-specialization, kötelező tárgy
Dr. Dávid Raisz
Dr. Bálint Hartmann
Basics of electrotechnics,
structure of power systems, basics of electricity generation and distribution,
elements of power system operation, fundamentals of three-phase system analysis
A fenti forma a Neptun sajátja, ezen technikai okokból nem változtattunk.
A kötelező előtanulmányi rendek grafikus formában itt láthatók.
Power Transmission (BMEVIVEAC00)
This sub-specialization subject builds on students'
interest, who are seeking to acquire knowledge about smart distribution systems
operation, planning of public electricity networks, network integration of
renewable energy sources, regulatory and decision support systems connected to the
value-chain 'energy production – distribution and end use'.
The course is designed for the introduction of the
following aspects of future intelligent electricity distribution networks
(smart grids): design, operation, protection, control systems, planning and
analysis methods related to conventional and renewable energy sources. A
systematic approach to these topics is essential. The subject gives insight
into actual trends in smart grids, smart metering, electro-mobility, and
distributed energy storage issues. The course seeks to disseminate knowledge on
theoretical background of complex physical processes related to energy
technologies, and also the application of this knowledge in computer-aided
design, as well as in the efficient and safe operation. It shows computer
simulation techniques suitable for examination of the steady-state system and transient
processes, services provided by the modern software tools, computational models
and parametrization solutions.
of Power System computer modeling, modeling and parameterization of system
components, system model simulation.
of the reliability, availability, and quality of service requirements .
topologies and substation availability
quality. Short circuit current limiting.
circuit current limiting methods, issues influencing the choice of neutral
grounding: an international review, case studies, effects of intermittent
arcing faults. Practical, operational and economic aspects of the choice
between neutral treatment alternatives
Location practices (remotely operated switches, recloser applications and other
problems of small and household-size power plants and their effects on voltage
storage and network integration of electric mobility
Network Design Considerations, requirements, steps of design. Long-term
forecasts and network development plans
Standards and licensing/authorization
procedure and requirements
/ LV system operation, troubleshooting, tasks related to operation and
management. Control and ICT system applications and developments.
and actuators in smart distribution networks.
options of consumer and producer
three lectures and one computer-lab.
the midterm test,
participation at computer lab practices.
opportunity to retake the midterm test during the semester. During repeat
period, another opportunity (with extra charge) is provided to re-retake the
midterm test. Late submission of the homework is possible during the repeat
period with extra charge.
after lectures and labs, or at times arranged per email.
Stevenson: Elements of power system analysis, McGraw-Hill
N. Dhar: Computer Aided Power System Operation and Analysis. McGraw-Hill
version user manual, ISBN 82-594-2344-8,
World Simulator Tutorial
Power Factory Tutorial