Course: electrical energy installations 1

Course no. :n/a
ECTS credits:3
Lecturer(s):Dipl.-Ing. H. Lorenzen
Available: winter term summer term
Course type:Lecture/practical exercises
Exam type:Written e. 1,5h or oral examine
Exam requirements: 
Objectives:Students understand basic principles of symmetrical steady state behavior in electrical energy systems. Furthermore they understand basic principles of three phase short circuits in electrical energy systems and their thermal and mechanical effects.
Students are able to build and to calculate single line models of specific situations in electrical energy systems.
Course contents:The lecture starts with an introduction in phasor theory applied for grid analysis including its targets and limits. Following this, single line component models of basic components in electrical energy systems (supply, loads, lines, transformers) are derivated and explained. Based on these component models basics in modelling of symmetrical steady state energy systems by use of single line diagrams are shown.
Next step is an introduction in calculation of the single line models by use of specific methods.
Finally the lecture ends with calculation of three phase short circuits in symmetrical energy systems, thermal as well as mechanical.
Literature:Adolf J. Schwab, "Elektroenergiesysteme Erzeugung, Übertragung und Verteilung elektrischer Energie", Springer 2017
K. Heuck, K-D. Dettmann, "Elektrische Energieversorgung: Erzeugung, Übertragung und Verteilung elektrischer Energie für Studium und Praxis", Springer 2013
available in modul:specialization area electrical power engineering (30ECTS) in semester 4
technical compulsory elective bachelor in semester 6