Module Catalogues, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Module Code: EEE210
Module Title: Energy Conversion and Power Systems
Module Level: Level 2
Module Credits: 2.50
Academic Year: 2020/21
Semester: SEM2
Originating Department: Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Pre-requisites: N/A

 Aims To provide students with an introduction to the components and composition of an electric power system.To consider the different primary energy sources and the way in which power is delivered to the customers.
 Learning outcomes A. Know why power systems are necessary and how they are organized in terms of independent components/functions.B. Understand the importance of alternative energy sources, including the conversion from the original form to electrical energy.C. Understand the relationship between real power flow with the phase difference across a line, and also the relationship between reactive power flow with voltage magnitude difference.D. Understand the application of machine and transformer equivalent circuits to power system analysis and able to perform calculations in per unit system.E. Use the equivalent circuits of the different pieces of equipment to derive a circuit description of the power system.F. Calculate relevant steady state operation of a power system, being confident in the use of the per unit system, both in the representation of circuit quantities and in calculations.
 Method of teaching and learning This module will be delivered through a combination of lectures and tutorials.
 Syllabus 1. The Power System and Electric Power Generation- Electric Industry Structure- Energy Sources for Electricity Generation- Fossil Fuel Power Plants- Electric Power Generation- Hydroelectric Power Plants- Solar Power- Wind Power Plants- Geothermal Power- Biomass Power Plants- Tidal Power Plants- Fuel Cell- Modern Power System- Smart Grid2. Basic Principles of Power System- Power in single-phase AC circuits- Complex power- The complex power balance- Power factor correction- Complex power flow- Balanced three-phase circuits- Y-connected loads- ∆-connected loads- ∆-Y transformation- Per-phase analysis- Balanced three-phase power3. Generator and Transformer Models; The per-unit system- Synchronous generators- Steady-state characteristics—cylindrical rotor- Salient-pole synchronous generators- Power transformer- The equivalent circuit of a transformer- Determination of equivalent circuit parameters- Transformer performance- Three-phase transformer connections- Autotransformer- Three-winding transformers- Voltage control of transformers- The per-unit system- Change of base
Delivery Hours
 Lectures Seminars Tutorials Lab/Prcaticals Fieldwork / Placement Other(Private study) Total Hours/Semester 20 8 44\1+1+1 75

## Assessment

 Sequence Method % of Final Mark 1 Assignment 10.00 2 Mid-Term Exam 10.00 3 Final Exam 80.00
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