Module Catalogues, Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University

Module Code: EEE403
Module Title: Power System Network and Smart Grid
Module Level: Level 4
Module Credits: 5.00
Semester: SEM1
Originating Department: Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Pre-requisites: N/A

 Aims The aim of the course is to enable students to have the background knowledge of power system operation, and able to model, solve and analyse power systems during steady state and faulted conditions for different studies. Also study different elements and operation of smart grid systems.
 Learning outcomes A. Gain the knowledge in analysing the basic power system operation issues under steady state conditions; Gain the knowledge in using power system state estimation incorporate with phasor measurement unit (PMU) technique; Have in-depth knowledge in the operation of microgrids and smart grids.B. Gain knowledge and understanding of the concepts of security constrained power system operation; Gain knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of electricity market and the difference with traditional operation; Be familiar with different electricity market models and pricing strategies.C. Explain relevant theories and technology; Use optimisation techniques for economic operation of power systems; Use DC load flow for power system contingency analysis.D. Use Matlab and different programs for power system analysis; Use optimization / cooptimisation techniques for electricity market operation.E. Calculate and analyse fault conditions via symmetrical components; Design and analyse protective relaying schemes; Design and analysis smart grids.F. Apply their knowledge and skills in resolving the specified research and design problems.
 Method of teaching and learning This module will be delivered through a combination of formal lectures and laboratory and tutorials. Students will receive regular feedback on laboratory reports to help them to monitor their progress.
 Syllabus Week 1 Introduction. Week 2 The analysis of power systems under normal, steady state operating conditions; a statement of the optimal operation problem and the constraints on possible solutions; Week 3-4 The state estimation of power system under steay-state operations with measurement from phasor measurement unit (PMU).Week 5 Power system contingency analysis under N-1 security criterion using DC load flow with contingency ranking.Week 6 Power system stability: transient and small signal stability, low frequency inter-area oscillation, voltage stability and rotor angle stability.Weeks 7-9 The types and causes of power system faults; balanced faults and short circuit levels; symmetric components, sequence impedances and networks; the analysis of unsymmetrical faults. Review of the impact of faults on power system behaviour; issues affecting protection scheme characteristics and clearance times; the need for protection redundancy and its implementation as local or remote backup; zones of protection and the need for coordination;Weeks 10-11 Electricity market models; pricing strategies; market for ancillary services; demand side;Weeks 12-13 Microgrid: Renewable Energy Integration towards the Smart-grid. Using a Smart Grid to Evolve The Perfect Power System, The Intelli Grid Architecture For the Smart Grid, The Smart Grid—Enabling Demand Response— The Dynamic Energy Systems ConceptWeek 14 RevisionSummary of the module.
Delivery Hours
 Lectures Seminars Tutorials Lab/Prcaticals Fieldwork / Placement Other(Private study) Total Hours/Semester 26 2 13 13 96 150

## Assessment

 Sequence Method % of Final Mark 1 Lab Assignment 1 7.50 2 Lab Assignment 2 7.50 3 Oral Presentation 15.00 4 Final Exam 70.00
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