Power Systems Operation and Control

A tantárgy neve magyarul / Name of the subject in Hungarian: Villamosenergia-rendszer üzeme és irányítása

Last updated: 2023. augusztus 16.

Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Power System Operation and Control
Course ID Semester Assessment Credit Tantárgyfélév
VIVEMA15   2/1/0/v 5  
3. Course coordinator and department Dr. Vokony István,
Web page of the course www.vet.bme.hu
4. Instructors Dr. Farkas Csaba
5. Required knowledge Electrotechnical principles of three-phase AC systems, structure of power systems, basics of power transmission, physics of synchronous machines, basic knowledge of control theory and power electronics.
6. Pre-requisites
Kötelező:
NEM
(TárgyEredmény( "BMEVIVEMA01", "jegy" , _ ) >= 2
VAGY
TárgyEredmény("BMEVIVEMA01", "FELVETEL", AktualisFelev()) > 0)

A fenti forma a Neptun sajátja, ezen technikai okokból nem változtattunk.

A kötelező előtanulmányi rend az adott szak honlapján és képzési programjában található.

Ajánlott:

Obligatory: -

Suggested: Electric Power Transmission (VIVEAC00)

7. Objectives, learning outcomes and obtained knowledge The course is intented to provide theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the following fields: system approach of power system design, operation and control, understanding of related physical phenomena and processes and devices capable of influencing these processes, application of the theoretical knowledge in computer aided design, control and safe operation.
8. Synopsis

1. The European power grid. Power systems and transmission system operators in Europe. ENTSO-E statistics. The relevance of cross-border lines. Network Codes, TYNDP.

Operational requirements. Phenomena in power systems (a brief overview). Power quality (a bried overview). System states, system security.

System states. Operating states. Remedial actions in power systems.

 

2. Voltage and frequency dependency of loads. Static load models (ZIP). Frequency dependency.

Load frequency control. Power balance in the power system. Load-frequency control, control hierarchy. FCP, FRP and RRP characteristics. Control reserves. Time control.

 

3-4. Turbine-governor control, LFC. Turbine governor characteristics. The frequency containment process. The frequency restoration process. LFC in details (responsibility principle). IGCC. Under-frequency load-shedding.

 

5. Synchronous machine models, modes of operation. The Up-Xd model. Operational states. Operational limits.

 

6. Practical course - DIgSILENT I: Dynamic performance of a synchronous machine model and its control devices.

 

7. Power system stability. Swing equation. The equal area criterion. Synchronizing power coefficients.

 

8. Voltage control in power systems. Relation between voltage and reactive power. Reactive power balance of transmission lines. OLTC. FACTS.

Voltage stability. The nose curve. Stability indicators.

 

9. Midterm exam.

 

10-11. Inverter-based generation. Classification of power converter operation modes: grid-forming, grid-feeding, grid-supporting. Basic equations and control structures. PLL. The relevance of inertia in power systems. Inertia from converter-connected generation. The synchronverter.

 

12. Small signal stability. Time domain response of linearized systems. Modal analysis. Case studies

 

13. Practical course - Inverter control modeling (MATLAB/Simulink).

 

14. Modelling of the European Power System. Overview of challenges and solutions regarding data exchange and modelling approaches. CGMES data format.

 

15-16. Load-flow. Direct solutions to linear algebraic equations: Gauss-elimination. Iterative algorithms: Gauss-Seidel, Jacobi. Iterative solutions to linear algebraic equations: Newton-Rhapson. The power flow problem: network equations. Load-flow solution by Gauss-Seidel. Load-flow solution by Newton-Raphson. Sparsity techniques. Fast decoupled load-flow. DC load-flow.

 

17. Economic dispatch. The economic dispatch problem. Effect of various constraints.

 

18. SCADA/EMS systems. Components of SCADA systems. SCADA applications. SCADA fundamentals. RTUs/IEDs. SCADA communication. EMS systems. EMS functionalities. PMU measurements.

 

9. Method of instruction Multimedia-aided lectures, calculation examples on seminars, case studies.
10. Assessment

During the semester: Written test (min. 40%)

 

During examination period:  Written exam with optional oral exam.

Passed midterm test is required to sign up for exams.

 

Final mark is calculated as:

Weighted average of test grade (45%), written exam grade (45%) and oral exam grade (10%) if the exam is passed. In case of unsuccessful exam, the final mark is fail (1).

11. Recaps The midterm test can be repeated once during the repeat period.
12. Consultations At times pre-arranged personally or via email/Teams.
13. References, textbooks and resources

·         Written study material available at the Teams channel of the course.

·         Vijay Vittal, James D. McCalley: Power System Control and Stability. Third Edition, John Wiley & Sons, 2020, ISBN 9781119433712

·         Prabha Kundur – Power System Stability and Control, McGraw-Hill, 1994, ISBN 0-07-0359858-X

·         Yazdani, R. Iravani – Voltage-Sourced Controllers in Power Systems, John Wiley&Sons, 2010, ISBN 9780470551561 

Jan Machowski, Janusz W. Bialek, James R. Bumby – Power System Dynamics, Stability and Control, John Wiley&Sons, 2008, ISBN 978-0-470-72558-0
14. Required learning hours and assignment
Lectures42
Preparing for lectures6
Preparing for midterm36
Homework0
Self-study of selected materials30
Preparing for exam36
Total150
15. Syllabus prepared by Dr. Farkas Csaba, senior lecturer
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