Research Methods in th Use of Electrical Energy
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

XP15MEN  Z,ZK  4  2P+2S  Czech 
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 Department of Electrical Power Engineering
 Synopsis:

This course deals selected problem of modelling in electrical power engineering. The emphasis put on correct physical formulation and the use of advanced software tools.
 Requirements:
 Syllabus of lectures:

1. Physical, computational models  generic approach
2. Basic equations of physical phenomena in power systems
3. Dimensional analysis
4. Buckingham's theorem
5. Theory of physical similarity
6. Physical similarity in phenomena with transfer of mass and momentum
7. Physical similarity in heat transfer
8. The selfsimilar solution, stability, dimensionless charachteristics of current sources
9. Physical similarity in Electromagnetic field theory
10. Introduction to analytical mechanics
11. Lagrange equation of the first kind
12. Lagrange equation of the second kind
13. Application of methods used in analytical mechanics for electromechanical systems
14. Reserve
 Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Physical, computational models  generic approach
2. Basic equations of physical phenomena in power systems
3. Dimensional analysis
4. Buckingham's theorem
5. Theory of physical similarity
6. Physical similarity in phenomena with transfer of mass and momentum
7. Physical similarity in heat transfer
8. The selfsimilar solution, stability, dimensionless charachteristics of current sources
9. Physical similarity in Electromagnetic field theory
10. Introduction to analytical mechanics
11. Lagrange equation of the first kind
12. Lagrange equation of the second kind
13. Application of methods used in analytical mechanics for electromechanical systems
14. Reserve
 Study Objective:
 Study materials:

Handbook of Electrical Power System Dynamics: Modeling, Stability, and Control 1st Edition, Mircea Eremia (Editor), Mohammad Shahidehpour (Editor), ISBN:9781118497173, Hersting, W.H.: Distribution System Modeling and Analysis, Second Edition (Electric Power Engineering Series). CRC Press 2006. KUNEŠ, Josef, Otakar VAVROCH a Václav FRANTA. Základy modelování. Praha: SNTL  Nakladatelství technické literatury, 1989. ISBN 8003001471.
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