80220202 (Wide Area Monitoring and Control of Power Systems)

Course Name: Wide Area Monitoring and Control of Power Systems

Course Number: 80220202

Program: Graduate program

Type: Elective

Credits:2

Term Offered: Spring

Prerequisite(s): Power System Analysis

Instructor(s): Sun Yuanzhang

Reference(s):

Power System Stability and Control, McGraw-Hill, 1994.

Course Description:

This course is based on the latest development of the security defense system in power systems based on wide area measurement systems (WAMS). In the course, the students will be taught about the basic theories, key technologies and the latest research progress of wide area measurement system (WAMS). Another objective of this course is to introduce theoretical methods and the latest research result of wide-area power system control based on WAMS. The teacher will guide students to conduct in-depth literature research, technical visits and academic discussions about the difficulties and problems in research.

Course Objectives and Outcomes:

 

Course Topics:

1.Overview: the latest development of power systems and the security defense system in power systems based on WAMS (1 week)

1.Phasor measurement and rotor angle measurement technologies (2 weeks)

2.The structure and key technologies of the phasor measurement unit (PMU) (2 weeks)

3.The structure and key technologies of the wide area measurement system (WAMS) (2 weeks)

4.Dynamic simulation 1 - to recognize the WAMS and practice (1 week)

5.Dynamic security monitoring of power system based on WAMS (1 week)

6.Online detection and closed-loop control of low frequency oscillation of power systems based on WAMS (1 week)

7.Dynamic load models and parameter identification of power systems based on WAMS (1 week)

8.Large disturbance observation and control of power systems based on WAMS (1 week)

9.Dynamic simulation 2 - LFO online detection and closed-loop control (1 week)

10.Technical visits and academic discussions (2 weeks)