40220341 (Experiments for Power System)

Course Name: Experiments for Power System

Course Number: 40220341

Program: Undergraduate program

Type: Elective

Credits: 1

Term Offered: Spring

Prerequisite(s): Power System Analysis  Power system automation  Computer

Instructor(s): Chen Yongting


Chen Yongting, Power system test instruction, 2007. (in Chinese)


Sun Hongbin , Power System Analysis

Course Description:

Experimental courses for power system Power System and Automation set up a course, which is based on control power system dynamic simulation experiments for the main purpose of a comprehensive experimental program.

Power system dynamic simulation is a physical model of power system is a microcosm of the real power system, it is by analog generators, analog transformers, analog transmission lines, analog load etc., reflecting the power system energy production, transmission, consumption, composed of three main components of , but also to simulate the characteristics and timing characteristics of the prime mover, generator excitation characteristics, can simulate the power system in real-time operational status, reflecting the power system dynamics.

Therefore, is to study the power system is one important tool, it can copy a variety of power system operating conditions (including static and various transition process). Through study and experimentation, not only enable students to master and consolidate what they have learned the theory, clearly observe the power system operating states in a variety of physical phenomena to enhance perceptual knowledge to give them the basic theory of a profound sense of gratitude for the concept of power system

At the same time through the program independently from the experimental design, parameter calculation, test cables, test and adjust the model parameters, the normal system operating mode to create, experiment until the data to collate, analyze results and write a set of test reports, etc., so that students to learn and master the basic principles of dynamic simulation to. Through this course to enhance students hands-on experiments to the ability to master the use of apparatus and equipment used to train rigorously scrupulous scientific style, and experimental organizational ability and ability to cooperate.


     Course Objectives and Outcomes:

     Numbers in brackets are linked to department educational outcomes

1.Students should skillfully design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. [2]

2.Students use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. [11]

3.Students communicate effectively. [7]



Course Topics:

Experiment1  a digital power system modeling and configuration

Experiment 2  the actual physical simulation system of link

Experiment 3  the normal operation of generators

Experiment 4  Power Flow

Experiment 5  static stability of power system

Experiment 6  asymmetric power system operation

Experiment 7  power system transient stability

Experiment 8   load switching

Experiments 9  generator loss of field

Experiment 10  generators V-shaped curve

Experiment 11  limits the safe operation of synchronous generator

Experiment 12  Digital simulation large power grids