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SMART ELECTRICAL ENERGY SYSTEM

SMART ELECTRICAL ENERGY SYSTEM

Published by uLektz

Course Code:P1IPBC05

Author:uLektz

University: Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT)

Regulation:2016

Categories:General Engineering

Format : ico_bookePUB3 (DRM Protected)

Type :eBook

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Topics
UNIT - I RENEWABLE AND NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCES, SOLAR POWER AND SOLAR THERMAL SYSTEM

1.1 Non-renewable reserves and resources; renewable resources, Transformation of Energy

1.2 Solar Power: Solar processes and spectral composition of solar radiation, Radiation flux at the Earth’s surface

1.3 Solar collectors, Types and performance characteristics, Applications

1.4 SOLAR THERMAL SYSTEM: Solar Collection Devices; their analysis, Solar Collector Characteristics, Solar Pond, Application of solar energy to space heating etc

UNIT - II WIND ENERGY AND CONVERSION TO ELECTRICAL POWER

2.1 Wind Energy: Wind energy conversion, Efficiency limit for wind energy conversion, Types of converters

2.2 Aerodynamics of wind rotors, Power-speed and torque-speed characteristics of wind turbines, Wind turbine control systems

2.3 Conversion to electrical power: induction and synchronous generators, Grid connected and self excited induction generator operation, Constant voltage and constant frequency generation with power electronic control-Single and double output systems, Reactive power compensation

UNIT - III DISTRIBUTED GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM PERFORMANCE AND OPERATION

3.1 Distributed Generation: Standards

3.2 DG potential, Definitions and terminologies, Current status and future trends-Technical and economical impacts

3.3 DG Technologies, DG from renewable energy sources, DG from non-renewable energy sources, Distributed generation applications

3.4 Operating Modes-Base load; peaking; peak shaving and emergency power, Isolated, momentary parallel and grid connection

3.5 Distribution system performance and operation: Distribution automation and control, Voltage drop calculation for distribution networks, Power loss Calculation

3.6 Application of capacitors to distribution systems

3.7 Application of voltage regulators to distribution systems

UNIT - IV INTRODUCTION TO SMART GRID

4.1 Introduction to the smart grid, including objectives and functions, Views of the smart grid within the industry and design criteria

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