EE 431 Power Distribution and Utilization

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EE 43
1

Power

Distribution and Utilization

Fall, 200
7


Instructor: Thomas H. Ortmeyer



156

CAMP



268
-
6511



ortmeyer@
clarkson.edu



office hours:
MWF 2
-
4



Exams: in class, open book





Course meeting time:
MWF 10am
,
CAMP 178


T
ext:
Power System Analys
is and
Design
by J. D. Glover, M.

S. Sarma


Additional readings from “
Electric Power Distribution

Equipment And Systems
” and “
Distribution Reliability

And Power Quality
” both by Tom Short and

available from engnetbase at
http://www.clarkson.edu/library/books_more/ebooks.html



Course schedule and Topical Outline


Week


Top
ic




Chapter

(Section)

1


Fundamentals



3.3

2


Symmetrical
Faults


7

3


Symmetrical
Components


8

4


Unsymmetri
cal Faults


9


Exam
1
Friday, Oct. 5 in class

5
-
6


Distribution
System Protection


10

7
-
10


Power Quality

and Reliability


11
-
12


Interconnect Issues


Exam 2


Wednesday, Nov. 14 in class

13


Power
-
System Controls


11

14


Transient Stability


13





Final exam


grading:

Homework/projects



25
%



Class
attendance/participation


5
%

Hourly

exam
s





35
%



Final





35
%



Attendance requirements: You are responsible for all material presented in class

and in
the reading assignments
. You are responsibl
e for completing and handing in homework
assignments and the project on time, as well as taking the exams. Any
exceptions/permission for lateness must receive prior approval of the instructor. There
are no A or B exemptions for this course.

Homework is

due in class on the due date.
Late homework will be penalized by 25% when handed within 24 hours of the due date,
and by 50% when handed in before the beginning of the next period. Homework will not
be accepted after this point.





Learning objectives:

The objective of this cou
rse is to provide a solid
understanding of
modern power distribution issues and power system operation.



Outcomes:

1. Physical understanding of sequence components



2. Ability to analyze faulted power systems



3.
Familiarit
y with the basic fault detection

and clearing

methods

4.

Ability to perform time current curve coordination

5.

Ability to perform basic power system harmonic analysis

6.

Knowledge of the causes and effects of voltage sags

7.

Understanding and ability to understand the

modern radial distribution
system.