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ECB 3143: ELECTRICAL ENERGY STSEM

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Transcript of ECB 3143: ELECTRICAL ENERGY STSEM

INTRODUCTION TO ECB 3143: ELECTRICAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2. COURSE INFORMATION
1. LECTURER
Time table - May 2015
Lecture
Wednesday 10-11 (02-02-13)
Thursday 8-9 (5-02-16)
Tutorial
Thursday 10-12 ( 23-02-11)
Lab (1 session only) - Will be allocated
Monday 12-2 (23-02-11)
Thursday 10-12 (23-02-11)
Friday 10-12 (23-02-11)

4. COURSE CONTENT
3. ASSESSMENTS
SYNOPSIS
Covers topics related to the
power station, non-conventional electrical energy and high voltage
systems.
Develops the fundamental principles of operation of the
power station
and 3 main types of
power plants
which are steam, hydroelectric and gas-turbine power plants.
Provides the fundamental knowledge and understanding of
non-conventional electrical energ
y and
high voltage system
.

Code : EBB 4043 – Electrical Energy System

Credit Hours : 3
Year / Semester : 2 / 2
Pre-Requisite course : Circuit Theory
Course Status : Major


Contact Hours
Lecture : 2 Hours
Lab : 2 Hours (Alternate week)
Tutorial : 2 Hour (Alternate week)
CO-PO MAPPING
COURSE OUTCOME
CO 1 -
Compare
the various types of
power plants
, namely steam power plants, hydroelectric power plants and gas-turbine power plants which covers their main part, principle and layout
CO 2 -
Analyze the generation of impulse
, DC and AC
high voltages
electrical equipment high voltage testing
CO 3 - Propose the various
techniques to measure
different types of high voltages
CO 4 -
Outline
the various types of
non-conventional electrical energy
, namely solar power, wind power, tidal power and Biological conversion of energy (Biomass)
CO 5 -
Analyze
the
non-conventional energy
in electrical generation system

Dr Mohd Fakhizan Romlie
fakhizan.romlie@petronas.com.my
22-03-29
05-3687828
Dr Ramani Kannan
ramani.kannan@petronas.com.my
23-03-19
05-3687837
Final
Examination (50 %):
Tests (25 %)
Lab Report (12 %)
Mini Project (10%)
Assignments/Quizzes (5 %)
Chapter 1
Generation and Electrical Energy
Chapter 2
High Voltage Technology
Chapter 3
Non Conventional Electrical Energy Generation
Steam Power Plant
Power demand
Location of generating stations
Site for steam power plant
General layout of steam power plants
Main parts of steam power plants
Efficiency of operation
Hydropower Plant
Location of hydroelectric power plants
Available hydro power
Classification of hydroelectric power plants
Main components in hydroelectric power plants
Efficiency of operation.

Gas-Turbine Power Plant
Chief characteristics of gas-turbine power plants
Layout of gas-turbine power plants
Principle of operation of gas-turbine powerplants
Efficiency of operation

Insulating materials

Solids, liquids and gases
Electrical properties and applications in power transformers, rotating machines, circuit breakers, cables, power capacitors

Electrical breakdown of solids, liquids and gases
Conduction and electrical breakdown in gasses
Conduction and Breakdown in liquid dielectrics
Breakdown in solid dielectrics, breakdown of solid dielectrics in practice, breakdown of composite insulation and solid dielectrics used in practice.
Generation of high voltages and currents
Generation of high dc, ac and impulse voltages and impulse currents for testing electrical equipment
Cascade transformers
Marx circuit, generation of switching surges
Impulse current generator


Measurement of high voltages and currents

Measurement of high dc, ac and impulse voltages and impulse currents
Cathode ray oscillographs for impulse voltage and current measurements
High voltage testing of electrical apparatus
Measurement of dc resistivity, dielectric constant and loss factor, partial discharge measurements, testing of insulators and bushings, isolators and circuit breakers, cables, transformers, surge diverters

Solar Power

Solar processes and spectral composition of solar radiation
Radiation flux at the Earth’s surface
Solar collectors
Types and performance characteristics
Applications.

Wind Power
Wind speed, conversion and converters
Conversion to electrical power
Characteristics of wind power plant
Applications

Tidal Power
Wave characteristics, conversion systems and their performance features
Application, Geothermal Power: Biological conversion of Energy


Biological conversion of Energy (Biomass)
Operating principle, Combustion and fermentation
Anaerobic digester, Wood gassifier, Pyrolysis,
Applications
References
1. E. Kuffel, W.S. Zaengl, J. Kuffel, High Voltage Engineering Fundamentals, 2nd Ed, Newnes.
2. Leon Freris, David Infield, Renewable Energy in Power Systems, Wiley.
3. Stephen J. Chapman, Electric Machinery Fundamentals, 3rd Ed, 1999, McGraw-Hill International Editions.
4. Theodore Wildi, Electrical Machines, Drives, and Power Systems, 3rd. Ed. 1997, Prentice Hall
5. P.C.Sen , Principles of Electric Machines and Power Electronics, 2nd Ed. 1996, John Wiley & Sons
6. Paul C. Krause, Analysis of Electric Machinery, 1995, Mc Graw-Hill
7. Chee-Mun Ong, Dynamic Simulation of Electric Machinery Using Matlab/Simulink, 1997, Prentice Hall
8. David Bradley, Basic Electrical Power and Machines, 1994, Chapman & Hall.
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