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Course Specifications

Electrical Machines

Code:

EPE
501


Programme(s) on which the course is given


Diploma
. EPE

Major or Minor element of programmes

Major

Department offering the
programme



EPE

Department offering the course


EPE

Academic year / Level




Diploma

Date of specification approval



2012

A
-

Basic Information


Title:
Electrical Machines.





C
ode:

EPE
501


Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional Information


1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:



Study the generalized and rotating field theory of electrical machines.



Apply theses theory to three phases

induction machines.



Apply theses theory to single phase induction machines.



Apply theses theory to three phases synchronous machines.


2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)


a
-
Knowledge and Understanding:

a1.

Fundamentals of
electrical machines.

a2.

Knowing the
construction of electrical machines.







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a3.

Three phases induction machines

application
s.

a4.

Single phase induction machines

application
s.

a5.

Three phases synchronous machines

application
s.

b
-

In
tellectual Skills

b1.

T
he ability to
choose the adequate machines
for different loads.

b2.

Understanding the concept of
electrical machines.

b3.

A
nalysing
the different machines according to the generalized and rotating field theory of
electrical machines.

b4.

E
stimating the
voltage regulation of electrical generators.

c
-

Profession
al and Practical Skills

c1.

Understand and behave due to a safety

instruction

in
electrical machines

laboratory
.

c2.

Skills to make technical reports so they

a
re possible to read.

c3.

Discuss environmental and social issues due to electrical production,

transmission
and
distribution and use/consumption
.

c4.

T
he ability to select the right technique to

test

and choose
different types of
electrical
machines.

d
-
General and Transferable Skills

d1.

Writing technical reports.

d2.

Learning how to work in Teamwork.

d3.

The ability to debate
and solve problems.

d4.

Planning and implementation for repair and testing of electrical machines.

d5.

Demonstrate general skills in electrical machines engineering.

3
-

Contents

Topic

No. of Lecture

hours

Analyzing and studying of three phases

induction machines using generalized
theory of machines and the rotating fields theory
.

20

Analyzing and studying of single phase induction machines using generalized
theory of machines and the rotating fields theory
.

10

Analyzing and studying of three
phases synchronous machines using
generalized theory of machines and the rotating fields theory
.

15

4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4.1
-

Lectures







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4.2
-

assignments

4.3
-

class discussions,

4.4
-

library research,

4.
5
-

problems and reports.

5
-

Student
Assessment Methods

5.1
Homework assignments

and activities
:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom
discussions.

5.
2

Examination: 1 final term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all term
.

Assessment Schedule

Homework assignments

and activities:

Time: after 7 weeks.

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: at the end of the term

Semester Work

Time: during
the whole term.

Weighting of Assessments

Homework assignments

and activities

30
%

term Examination
-
Final




70%





Total






10
0%


Any formative only assessments

6
-

List of References

6.1
-

Course Notes

The course pack contains supplemental reading material and may be purchased at any of
the bookstores

6.2
-

Essential Books (Text Books)

1.

P. S. Bimbhra, "
Generalized Circuit Theory of Electrical Machines" Khanna
publisher, 1975.

2.

G. G. Garg and S. K. Cirdhar, "Text Book of Electrical Machines", First Edition,
Khanna Publishers, New Delhi, India, 1980.







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6.
3
-

Periodicals, Web Sites, … etc

The external weekly
Web sites are directly relevant to the topics of the week.


IEEE Journals

IEE Journals

www.elsvier.com

7
-

Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning

7
-
1
-
Models

7
-
2
-
Multimedia facility.

Course Coordinator:

Prof.
Hamid Mohamed Bahy

Head of Department:


Prof.
Dr./
Nadia El
-
Sonbaty



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Course Specifications

Special Electrical Machines

Code:

EPE
502


Programme(s) on which the
course is given


Diploma
. EPE

Major or Minor element of programmes

Major

Department offering the programme



EPE

Department offering the course


EPE







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Academic year / Level




Diploma

Date of specification approval



2007

A
-

Basic Information


Title:
Special Electrical Machines




C
ode:

EPE
502


Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional Information


1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:



Study of

the servo motors

and the
solid rotor induction motor



Study of

the synchronous reluctance motor

and the
reluctance motor



Study of the
linear motors

and the stepper motor
.


2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)


a
-
Knowledge and Understanding:

a6.

Fundamentals of
Special Electrical Machine
.

a7.

Knowing
the construction and the operation of the s
pecial

motors

.

a8.

Knowing
the application of the s
pecial

motors
.

a9.

Knowing
the performance characteristics of the s
pecial

motors
.


b
-

In
tellectual Skills

b5.

T
he ability to
operate
the s
pecial

motors

b6.

Understanding the concept of
construction and the operation

b7.

A
nalysing
performance characteristics of the s
pecial

motors


b4.

Estimating the
application of the s
pecial

motors
.


c
-

Professional and Practical Skills

c5.

Understand and behave due to a safety

instruction

in
electrical machines
laboratory
.

c6.

Skills to make technical reports so
.

c7.

Discuss environmental and social issues due to electrical
machines







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c8.

T
he ability to select the
suitable special motor to a certain application.

d
-
General and Transferable Skills

d6.

Writing technical reports.

d7.

Learning how to work in Teamwork.

d8.

The ability to deba
te and solve problems.

d9.

Planning and implementation for repair and testing of special motors

d10.

Demonstrate general skills in special motors.

3
-

Contents

Topic

No. of Lecture

hours



Study of

the servo motors and the solid rotor induction motor

20



Study of

the synchronous reluctance motor and the reluctance motor

10



Study of the linear motors and the stepper motor.

15

4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4.1
-

Lectures

4.2
-

assignments

4.3
-

class discussions,

4.4
-

library research,

4.
5
-

problems and reports.

5
-

Student Assessment Methods

5.1
Homework assignments

and activities
:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom
discussions.

5.
2

Examination: 1 final term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all term
.

Assessment Schedule

Homework
assignments

and activities:

Time: after 7 weeks.

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: at the end of the term

Semester Work

Time: during
the whole term.







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Weighting of Assessments

Homework assignments

and activities

30
%

term Examination
-
Final




70%





Total






100%


Any formative only assessments

6
-

List of References

6.1
-

Course Notes

The course pack contains supplemental reading material and may be purchased at any of the bookstores

6.2
-

Essential Books (Text Books)

6.2.1

.
G. G. Garg and S. K. Cirdhar

" Text Book of Electrical Machines " First Edition, Khanna
Publishers, New Delhi, India, 1980.


6.2.2

Turan Gonen " Electrical Machines " Power international press, California, USA, 1998.


6.2.
3

P. C. Sen " Principles of Electric Machines &

Power Electronics ", Second Edition, John Wiley
&Sons, 1997.


6.2.
4

B. L. Theraja and A. K. Theraja " Text Book of Electrical Technology " volume
-
2
-
A, Nirja
Construction Developed Co (P) Ltd, New Delhi, 1988 .


6.2.
5

Stephen J. Chapman. " Electric Machinery Fundamentals ", Fourth Edition, MacGraw
-
Hill


6.2.
6

Stephen J. Chapman. " Instructor Manual of Electric Machinery Fundamentals ", Fourth Edition,
MacGraw
-
Hill


6.2.
7

James H. Harlow " Electric power transfor
mer engineering ". International Standard Book Number
0
-
8493
-
1704
-
5. Library of Congress Card Number 2003046134 Printed in the United States of America 1






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6.2.
8

A. E. Fitzgerald, Charles Kingsley, Jr. and Stephen D. Umans. " Electric

Machinery ", sixth Edition,

MacGraw
-
Hill,2003.


6.2.
9

John Bird. " Electrical Circuit Theory and Technology ", Revised second edition, British Library
Cataloguing in Publication Data, 2003


6.2.
10

V.K. Mehta, Rohit Mehta

"
Principles of Electrical Ma
chines
".
S Chand & Co Ltd, 2006


6.2.
11

M.D.U., G.J.U. and K.U., Haryana " Text Book of Electrical Technology" Laxmi
Publication (P) Ltd, New Delhi, 2006 .


6.2.
1
2

U.A. Bakshi and V. U. Bahshi " Electrical Technology", First Edition , Technical
Publicat
ions , Pune, India, 2009.






6.3

Periodicals, Websites,

6.3
.
1

The external weekly Web sites are directly relevant to the topics of the week.

6.3
-
2
IEEE Journals.

6.3
-
3

IEE Journals
.

1
-
IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus, Syst.

2
-
IEEE Trans. Energy
Conversion

3
-
IEEE Trans. Ind. Applicat
.,


Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning


-
7







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7
-
1

Multi
-
media facility (
data show, video projector, TV, etc.,
).

7
-
2

Appropriate teaching accommodation including teaching aids and computer Models


External
reviewer:

Course Coordinator:

Prof.

Dr./


Hamid

Mohamed
Bahy

Head of Department:


Prof.
Dr./
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Course Specifications

High Voltage Engineering

Code:

EPE
503


Programme(s) on which the course is given


Diploma
. EPE

Major or Minor element of programmes

Major

Department offering the programme



EPE

Department offering the course


EPE

Academic year / Level




Diploma

Date
of specification approval



2007

A
-

Basic Information







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Title:
High Voltage Engineering




C
ode:

EPE
50
3


Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional Information


1


Overall Aims of
Course

This course introduces
aim to:



Insulation beakdown theory in gases, liquids and solids.



Study of High voltage testing.



Partial discharge in the insulation.

2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)


a
-
Knowledge and Understanding:

a10.

Fundamentals
of high voltage
.

a11.

Knowing the mechanisms of breakdown

in dielectrics
.

a12.

High voltage application
.

a13.

Partial discharges and their measurement

techniques
.

a14.

Do practical high voltages test of objects

in laboratory
.

b
-

In
tellectual Skills

b8.

T
he ability to apply solid,

liquid and gas insulation

f
or a

range of high voltage apparatus

b9.

Understanding the concept of insulation

coordination

b10.

A
nalysing faults caused by insulator

failure

b11.

E
stimating the insulation

life time and its ability

to
withstand

its applied high voltage
.

c
-

Professional and Practical Skills

c9.

Understand and behave due to a safety

instruction

in high voltage laboratory
.

c10.

Skills to make technical reports so they

are possible to redo
.

c11.

Discuss environmental and social issues due to electrical production,

transmis
sion and
distribution and use/consumption
.

c12.

T
he ability to select the right technique to

measure different types of high voltages
.

d
-
General and Transferable Skills

d11.

Writing technical reports.

d12.

Learing how to work in Teamwork.

d13.

The ability to debate and solve
problems.

d14.

Planning and implementation for repair and testing of high and extra
high voltage networks.

d15.

Demonstrate general skills in high voltage engineering.







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-

Contents

Topic

No. of Lecture

hours

Insulation breakdown theory in gases, liquids and solids
.

20

Study of High voltage testing

10

Partial discharge in the insulation

15

4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4.1
-

Lectures

4.2
-

assignments

4.3
-

class discussions,

4.4
-

library research,

4.
5
-

problems and reports.

5
-

Student Assessment Methods

5.1
Homework assignments

and activities
:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom
discussions.

5.
2

Examination: 1 final term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all term
.

Assessment Schedule

Homework assignments

and activities:

Time:
after 7 weeks.

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: at the end of the term

Semester Work

Time: during
the whole term.

Weighting of Assessments

Homework assignments

and activities

30
%

term Examination
-
Final




70%





Total






100%


Any formative only
assessments







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6
-

List of References

6.1
-

Course Notes

The course pack contains supplemental reading material and may be purchased at any of
the bookstores

6.2
-

Essential Books (Text Books)

3.

E. kuffel , W.S.zaengl and J.Kuffel

"High Voltage Engineering, Fundamentals"
Butterworth, Heinemann 2000.

4.

T.J.Gallager and A.J.pearmain "High Voltage, measurement, Testing and Design"
John Wiley & sons Ltd 1983

5.

M.kalifa "High


Voltage Engineering Theory & practice "Marcel, Dekker
,INC.1990

6.

L.L Alston "High


Voltage Technology" Oxford University press 1968.

7.

M.S.Naidu and V.Kamaraju "High Voltage Engineering" TATA MC Graw
-
Hill
publishing Company Limited,1982.

8.

R.S.Jha "High Voltage Engineering" J.C.Kapur for Dhanpat Rai & sons.1984.

9.

C.L.Wadhw
a "High Voltage Engineering" Wiley Estern limited, new age
international limited 1994.

10.

Ashfa Husin "Electrical Power System"Vikas Publishing House PVT LTD 1982.

11.

Essam Nasser "Fundamental of Gasous Ionization and plasma electronics" Wiley
Interscience.1970.

12.

D. Kind and H. Karner, High
-
voltage insulation technology: textbook for
electrical engineers. Vieweg
, 1985.

6.
3
-

Periodicals, Web Sites, … etc

The external weekly Web sites are directly relevant to the topics of the week.


IEEE Journals

IEE Journals

elsvier.com
www.

7
-

Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning

7
-
1
-
Models

7
-
2
-
Multimedia facility.







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Course Coordinator:

Prof. Abd
-
elatif Mohamed El
-
Zein

Head of Department:


Prof.
Dr./
Nadia El
-
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Course Specifications

Industrial

Electronics

Code: E
MP

504


Programme(s) on which the course is given:

B.Sc
.

Major or Minor element of
programmes:


M
ajor

Department offering the programme :


Electrical
Control

Machines Dept.

Department offering the course :

Electrical Power and Machines Dept.

Academic year / Level :


fifth

level

/

2
st

term

Date of specification approval:




2010/ 2011


A
-

Basic Information


Title:



.
Industarial Electronics

504
P
M
E

Code:

Credit Hours: 4





Lecture:

2

Tutorial:
2







Practicals:

0




Total:
4

B
-

Professional Information

1


Overall Aims of Course

To provide
basic knowledge,

and
understand the
characteristics of the different types of
thyristors, protection methods of thyristors,

To understand the
characteristics of single phase






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and three phase converters
(semi
-
controlled, and fully controlled) and its applications on the
control of the DC motors .

To understand
characteristics of operation of DC choppers

and its
applications on the control of the DC motors,.

To understand the
characteristics of single
pha
se, and three phase inverters, and its applications on the control of the induction and
synchronous motors.

2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)

a
-

Knowledge and Understanding:

a1
-
The operating characteristics
of the different types of thyristors
.

a2
-

Students awareness
, of the mathematical methods to analyze the
single phase and


three phase semi
-
controlled, and fully controlled

rectifier circuits

a3
-

The

applications of single phase and three phase semi
-
controlled, and fully

controlled

rectifier circuits on the speed control of the dc motors .

a4
-

Students awareness
, of the mathematical methods to analyze the
dc choppers

a5
-

The

applications of
the
dc choppers

the control of the dc motors.

a6
-

Students awareness
, of the mathematical
methods to analyze the
single phase and


three phase inverters

circuits

a7
-

The

applications of the inverter
circuits on the control of the induction and

synchronous motors .



b
-

Intellectual Skills


Application of
Knowledge and Understanding

for the following processes.

b1
-

analyze the output voltage and current wave forms from the power electronics circuits by
using Fourier's series and determination of power factor ,and harmonic factor

b2
-

design of power electronics circuits which are use
d in the control of the dc motors .
b3
-

design of power electronics circuits which are used in the control of the three phase induction
and synchronous motors.







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Increasing the ability to

understand electrical
engineering programmes.

c2
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Interpretation of the analyzed data and information.

c3
-

Preparing our graduates for immediate employment in any primary branch of
electrical power engineering.



d
-
General and Transferable Skills

d1
-
Developing the sensitivi
ty of the students

to electrical
engineering programmes.

d2
-
Developing the ability of students to formulate relevant analysis questions

and to use computer in
analysis and modeling.

d3
-
Preparing

our graduates to work effectively in modes ranging from independent study to multi
-
disciplinary teams.

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Contents

No.

Topic

Total
Hours

Lecture
Hours

Tutorial
Hours

lab
.
Hours

1

Thyristor characteristics

4

2

2


2

Single and three phase (semi , full
,and dual)
converters circuits

8

4

4


3

Applications of single phase and three phase semi
-
controlled, and fully controlled

rectifier circuits on the
speed control of the dc motors

8

4

4


4

DC choppers

8

4


4


5

A
pplications of
Dc choppers
circuits on the speed
control of the dc motors

4

2

2


6

Inverters

16

8

8


7

A
pplications of

the inverter
on the speed control of
the
induction and synchronous

motors

12

6

6








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data show for presentation


4.2
-

Tutorial


4.3
-

Class Activity

5
-

Student Assessment Methods

5.1

Homework assignments:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom discussions.

5.2

Examination: 1 mid
-

term,

to assess
understanding
evidenced through the mid
-

term.

5.3

Examination: 1 final
-
term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all term.

Assessment Schedule

Assessment 1 Final term exam
after
15

weeks


Weighting of Assessments

Mid
-
Term Exam

-

%

Final
-
Term Exam

100

%

Oral Examination

-
%

Practical Exam

-
%

Semester Work

-
%

Others

-
%

Total

100 %


6
-

List of References.

\


6.1
-

Notes by the lecturers of the course
.

6.2
-

Text books








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Ramshaw, R. S.,
"
Power Electronics

", Chapman & Hall, London, 1975.

6.2
-
2
-
Rashid, M. H.
"
Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices and Applications
",
Prentice
-
Hall
International, 1994.

6.2
-
3
-
Rashid, Muhammad H.
"Power electronics handbook"
, Academic Press, 2001

6.2
-
4
-
Sanders, C. W. "Power

Elect
ronics "

,
McGraw
-
Hill, 1981.

6.2
-
5
-

Thomas H.Barton "Cycoloconverters and ac controllers", Clarendon
press.Oxford,1994

6.2
-
6
-

K.C.Sen "Principles of electrical machines and power electronics",

Wiley, 2
nd

Edition,
1997.

6.2
-
7
-
S.B. Dewan and A, Straughen

"Power semiconductor circuit",

John Wiley and Sons,
New. York, 1975.

6.2
-
8
-

Bary W Williams
"Power electronics circuits, devices and applications"
,

6.2
-
9
-
R. Krishnan" Electric motor drives, modeling, analysis, and control",

Prentice
-
Hall International, 200
1.

6.2
-
10
-
R. Krishnan" Electric motor drives, modeling, analysis, and control",

Prentice
-
Hall International, 2001.

6.2
-
11
-
Gopal K. Dubey" Electrical drives , modeling, analysis, and control",

Narosa publishing house,1995

6.2
-
12
-
R. Krishnan" Electric moto
r drives, modeling, analysis, and control",

Prentice
-
Hall International, 2001.

6.2
-
13
-
M.S Jamil Asghar"Power Electronics

" ,
Prentice
-
Hall of India, 2004.



6.3
-

Periodicals, Websites,



6.3
-
1
The external weekly Web sites are directly relevant to the
topics of the
week.









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2
IEEE Journals.



6.3
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3
IEE Journals
.


1
-
IEEE Trans. Power Apparatus, Syst.


2
-
IEEE Trans. Energy Conversion


3
-
IEEE Trans. Ind. Applicat
.,



7
-

Facilities Required
for Teaching and Learning

7
-
1 Multi
-
media facility (
data show, video projector, TV, etc.,
).

7
-
2 Appropriate teaching accommodation including teaching aids and computer Models


Course Coordinator

:

Prof. Nadia Abd
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Head of Department:

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Power System Planning

Code: EPE 506


Programme(s) on which the course is given


Diploma.

EPE

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Major







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Date of specification approval




2007

A
-

Basic
Information

Title:
power system planning





C
ode:

EPE
506


Credit Hours:

4
/week






Lecture:


4


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



4


B
-

Professional Information

1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:



Fundamentals

of

reliability analysis in power systems.



Fundamentals of planning and identify the concepts of power system planning.



The role of transmission and generation technologies in power system planning.

2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)

a
-

Knowle
dge and Understanding:

a1.

Describe the principles of how an electricity market can be organized.

a2.

Reflect on different methods and models for operation and planning of
power

systems and electricity markets.

a3
.
Know the methodologies to solve

power system generation reliability
calculation and generation planning.

b
-

Intellectual Skills

b1.

Brain storming for electrical engineering.

b2.

Relationship between electrical engineering specialization.









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c1.

Apply reliability concepts to transmission, distribution and interconnected
systems, especially in planning

c2.

Simulate a small scale planning problem using power system packages and
toolboxes

d
-

General and Transferable Skills

d1.

S
elect suitable techno
logy options for generation and transmission planning
problems using cost benefit analysis
.

d2.

Comprehend transmission and generation expansion models for both
regulated and deregulated power systems

3
-

Contents

Topic

No. of Lecture
hours

General
Introduction

4

Load forecasting and load increasing problem

12

Optimal evaluation of power system planning

12

Reliability evaluation

8

Analysis and planning of power sources

8

Power management

12

Strategy planning for electrical power uses

4

4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4
-
1
-

White board lectures.

4
-
2
-

Electronic and video demonstrations (Seminars).

4
-
3
-

Assignments (exercises, c
ase study and reports).







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Student Assessment Methods

5
-
1
-

Final
-
Term Exam
:

To assess: Student gain of the whole cou
rse.

5
-
2
-
Semester Work: To assess: Follow up of the student.

Assessment Schedule

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: during the whole term.

Semester Work

Time: at the end of the term.

Weighting of Assessments

Semester work



30
%

Final
-
term Exam





70%






Total






100%




6
-

List of References

6
-
1
-

Course notes

Notes by the lecturers of the course.


6
-
2
-

books (text books)

Arthur Mazer
:
"Electric power planning for regulated and deregulated
markets", Wiley
-
IEEE Press.

X. Wang, J. R. McDonald: Modern Power System Planning, McGraw
-
Hill, 1994


6
-
3
-

Periodicals, Websites,
etc.







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Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning

7
-
1
-

Computer Lab.

7
-
2
-

Multi
-
media facility (
video projector, TV, etc.,
).



Course Coordinator: Name: Prof. Asem

A. Al
-
Alily

Head of

Department:
Prof.
Dr./
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Course Specifications

Power System Control


Code:

EPE
507


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which the course is given


Diploma
. EPE

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Major

Department offering the programme



EPE

Department offering the course


EPE

Academic year / Level




Diploma







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A
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Basic Information


Title:
Power System Control




C
ode:

EPE
507


Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional Information


1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:



Presentation and
simulation of large electrical power systems



Study of
modern control

theory ,optimal controllers, dynamic analysis, and
improvement of
power

performance
.



stability

analysis and control of nonlinear systems voltage and reactive power
control load

frequency
control expert systems, artificial neural network systems
(ANN), and

fuzzy logic control (PLC) of power systems.


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)


2


a
-
Knowledge and Understanding:

a15.

Fundamentals of
power system control.

a16.

Knowing the
Presentation

and simulation of large electrical power systems

a17.

of
modern control

theory ,optimal controllers, dynamic analysis, and
improvement of
power
performance
.

a18.

stability analysis and control of nonlinear systems voltage and reactive power control
load frequency c
ontrol expert systems
.

a19.

artificial neural network systems (ANN), and fuzzy logic control (PLC) of power
systems.

b
-

In
tellectual Skills

b12.

The ability to
simulate

the

large electrical power systems


b13.

Understanding the concept of
modern control theory ,
and
optimal cont
rol.

b14.

D
ynamic analysis, and improvement of power performance.

b15.

Designing of
control of nonlinear systems
,

voltage and reactive power control load
frequency control expert systems
.







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Skills to make technical
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are possible to redo
.

c14.

Discuss environmental and social issues due to electrical production and

control
.

c15.

The ability to select the right technique to improve the power system performance and
stability.

d
-
General and Transferable Skills

d16.

Writing technical reports.

d17.

Learing how to work in Teamwork.

d18.

The ability to debate and solve problems.

d19.

Planning and implementation for repair and testing of power systems networks and
simulate it.

d20.

Demonstrate general skills in power system control engineeri
ng.

3
-

Contents

Topic

No. of Lecture

hours

Insulation breakdown theory in gases, liquids and solids
.

20

Study of High voltage testing

10

Partial discharge in the insulation

15

4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4.1
-

Lectures

4.2
-

assignments

4.3
-

class discussions,

4.4
-

library research,

4.
5
-

problems and reports.

5
-

Student Assessment Methods

5.1
Homework assignments

and activities
:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom
discussions.

5.
2

Examination: 1 final term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all term
.

Assessment Schedule







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Time: after 7 weeks.

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: at the end of the term

Semester Work

Time: during
the whole term.

Weighting of Assessments

Homework
assignments

and activities

30
%

term Examination
-
Final




70%





Total






100%


Any formative only assessments

6
-

List of References

6.1
-

Course Notes

The course pack contains supplemental reading material and may be purchased at any of

the bookstores

6.2
-

Essential Books (Text Books)

13.

Krpadiyar "Power Syatem Dynamics, Stability and Control" John Wiley&Sons, 1996.

14.

Dr. A. Subba Rao, Parag R. Desai, Dr. S.K. Kul Kami and A.K. Tandan "A Course In Control
Engineering" Dhan Pat Rai &

Sons, Delhi, 1982.

15.

Katsuhiko Ogata '' Modern Control Engineering" Prntice Hall. Inc, N.J.1970

16.

Jan Machowski, Janusz W.Bialek, and James R. Bumby "Power System Dynamics and Stability"
John Wiley&Sons,New York 1997.

17.

Anderson, J. H. "The Control of Synchrono
us Machine Using Optimal Control Theory" Proc. IEEE,
1971, Vol.59, PP. 25
-
33.

18.

Borgan, W. L. "Modern Control Theory" Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1985

Power Stability and Control P. Kundur, MCGraw
-

Hill, Inc. 1994

6.
3
-

Periodicals, Web Sites, … et
c

The external weekly Web sites are directly relevant to the topics of the week.








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7
-
1
-
Models

7
-
2
-
Multimedia facility.







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Prof.
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Head of Department:


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Power System Protection

Code:

EPE
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Date of specification approval



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A
-

Basic

Information


Title:
Power System Protection




C
ode:

EPE
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Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional Information

1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:


1)
Illustrate the Modern Protection System of power systems such as generator,
Transformer and transmission line
.

2)

Present the principle of operation of these systems.

3)

How it can be coordinated to avoid interference and to achieve optimal operation
witho
ut any errors.

2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)

a
-
Knowledge and Understanding:

a20.

Fundamentals of

protection.

a21.

Knowing the

principles of operation of each system.

a22.

Power system protection
application
s.

a23.

Do practical
protection
test
s

of objects

in
laboratory
.

b
-

In
tellectual Skills

b16.

T
he ability
to use modern protection systems

b17.

Understanding the concept of
there operations

b18.

A
nalysing faults caused by
protection devices
failure







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E
stimating the
protection devices
life time and its ability

to
withstand

its applied high
voltage
s and currents.

c
-

Professional and Practical Skills

c16.

Understand and behave due to a safety

instruction

in
power system protection
laboratory
.

c17.

Skills to make technical reports so they

are possible to redo
.

c18.

Discuss environmental and s
ocial issues due to electrical production,

transmission and
distribution and use/consumption
.

c19.

T
he ability to select the right technique to

measure different types of

protection
devices.

d
-
General and Transferable Skills

d21.

Writing technical reports.

d22.

Learing h
ow to work in Teamwork.

d23.

The ability to debate and solve problems.

d24.

Planning and implementation for repair and testing of protection networks.

d25.

Demonstrate general skills in power system protection engineering.

3
-

Contents

Topic

No. of Lecture

hours

Illustrate the Modern Protection System of power systems

20

Study

the principle of operation of these systems

10

Study power system protection tests

15

4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4.1
-

Lectures

4.2
-

assignments

4.3
-

class discussions,

4.4
-

library
research,

4.
5
-

problems and reports.

5
-

Student Assessment Methods

5.1
Homework assignments

and activities
:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom
discussions.







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Examination: 1 final term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all

term
.

Assessment Schedule

Homework assignments

and activities:

Time: after 7 weeks.

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: at the end of the term

Semester Work

Time: during
the whole term.

Weighting of Assessments

Homework assignments

and activities

30
%

term Examination
-
Final




70%





Total






100%


Any formative only assessments

6
-

List of References

6.1
-

Course Notes

The course pack contains supplemental reading material and may be purchased at any of
the bookstores

6.2
-

Essential
Books (Text Books)

[1] The IEEE Standard Dictionary of Electrical and Electronics Terms, IEEE Std

100
-
1996

[2] Transmission Protective Relay System Performance Measuring Methodology

IEEE/PSRC Working
Group I3, 9/16/1999.

[3] IEC 60834
-
1, 1999
-
10. Teleprote
ction equipment of power systems


Performance and testing.

[4] Reliability Analysis of Transmission protection Using Fault Tree Methods, E. O. Schweitzer III, et. al.

[5] Improve Your Protection Quality by Mining Historical Microprocessor Relay

Data, Law
rence C. Gross,
Jr., Scott L. Hayes, 28th Annual Western Protective

Relay Conference, 2001.

[6] Protective Relaying Theory and Applications, Second Edition, Walter A. Elmore, 2004

6.
3
-

Periodicals, Web Sites, … etc

The external weekly Web sites are directl
y relevant to the topics of the week.








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Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning

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-
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-
Models

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-
2
-
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Course Coordinator:

Prof.

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Head of Department:


Prof.
Dr./
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Course Specifications

Economical Operation of Power Systems

Code:

EPE
509



Programme(s) on which the
course is given


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Major

Department offering the programme



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Department offering the course


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Title:
Economical Operation of Power Systems


C
ode:

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Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional Information


1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:



Economical
issues
of Power Systems
operation.



Optimal power flow analysis.



Development of objective functions and inequality constraints.

2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)


a
-
Knowledge and Understanding:

a24.

Fundamentals of
load flow studies.

a25.

Knowing the
construction

of
modelling of OPF.

a26.

OPF

application
.

a27.

Knowing the optimality conditions.

a28.

Do
p
ractical constraints and desirable features of the algorithms
.

b
-

In
tellectual Skills

b20.

T
he ability to apply
t
otal generatio
n cost as objective function.

b21.

A
nalysing
Linear programming (LP)

technique.

b22.

E
stimating
Solution of OP
F with equality and inequality constraints.


c
-

Professional and Practical Skills

c20.

Understand
OPF simulations platforms.

c21.

Skills to make
analysis

reports
for the operation.

c22.

Discuss
economical

and
environmental

issues due to
emissions.

c23.

T
he ability to select the right technique to

apply OPF.

d
-
General and Transferable Skills

d26.

Writing analysis reports.

d27.

Learing how to work in Teamwork.

d28.

The ability to debate and solve problems.

d29.

Planning and
implementation for economical operation of power systems.







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d30.

Demonstrate general skills in optimal power flow.

3
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Contents

Topic

No. of Lecture

hours

Study of Economical operation of power systems

15

Construction of OPF

problem

15

Solution techniques of
OPF

15

4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4.1
-

Lectures

4.2
-

assignments

4.3
-

class discussions,

4.
4
-

problems and reports.

5
-

Student Assessment Methods

5.1
Homework assignments

and activities
:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom
discussions.

5.
2

Examination: 1 final term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all term
.

Assessment Schedule

Homework assignments

and activities:

Time: after 7 weeks.

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: at the end of the term

Semester Work

Time: during
the whole term.

Weighting of Assessments

Homework assignments

and activities

30
%

term Examination
-
Final




70%





Total






100%


Any formative only assessments







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-

List of References

6.1
-

Course Notes

The course pack contains
supplemental reading material and may be purchased at any of
the bookstores

6.2
-

Essential Books (Text Books)

19.

L.K.Kirchmayer; Economic Operation of Power Systems, Wiley, NewYork
(1958)

20.

L.K.Kirchmayer; Economic Control of Interconnected Systems; Wiley,

New
York (1959)

21.

J.Carpentier; Application of Newton's Method to Load Flow Computati
-
ons, Proc.
PSCC 1, London (1963)

22.

D.G. Luenberger; Introduction to Linear and Nonlinear Programming;

Addison
-
Wesley Publishing Company, Reading, Massachusetts, 1973

23.

J. Arrillaga

and C. Arnold, Computer Analysis of Power Systems
,
John

Wiley and


Sons, 1990

.

6.
3
-

Periodicals, Web Sites, … etc

The external weekly Web sites are directly relevant to the topics of the week.


IEEE Journals

IEE Journals

www.elsvier.com

7
-

Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning

7
-
1
-
Models

7
-
2
-
Multimedia facility.


Course Coordinator:

Prof.
Mohi Mandour.







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Course Specifications

Control Centers in Electrical Power Networks


Code:

EPE
510


Programme(s) on which the course is given


diploma

Major or Minor element of programmes

Major

Department
offering the programme



EPE

Department offering the course


EPE

Academic year / Level




diploma

Date of specification approval



2007

A
-

Basic Information


Title:
Control Centers in
Electrical
Power Networks

C
ode:

EPE
510


Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional Information


1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:







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Over view and control functions.



Essential component for control rooms.



Automatic
communications.



Sensing techniques.



Applications of functions.

2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)


a
-
Knowledge and Understanding:

a29.

Components

of
Control Centres.

a30.

Knowing the
Over view and control functions
.

a31.

Control Centres functions and how can

make system security and economy.

a32.

Studying
Automatic communications
.

a33.

Knowing
Sensing techniques

and the applications of functions.

b
-

In
tellectual Skills

b23.

T
he ability to apply
control theory f
or a

control centres operation.

b24.

Understanding the concept of
communication channels and data transmitter

b25.

Knowing
control functions

c
-

Professional and Practical Skills

c24.

Understand and behave due to a safety

instruction

in
Control centres room.

c25.

Skills to make technical reports so they

are possible to redo
.

c26.

Discuss
environmental and social issues due to electrical production,

transmission and
distribution and use/consumption
.

c27.

T
he ability to select the right technique to

measure different types of
control action.

d
-
General and Transferable Skills

d31.

Writing technical rep
orts.

d32.

Learing how to work in Teamwork.

d33.

The ability to debate and solve problems.

d34.

Planning and implementation for repair and testing of high and extra high voltage
networks.

d35.

Demonstrate general skills in high voltage engineering.

3
-

Contents

Topic

No. of
Lecture

hours

Over view and control functions

and
Essential component for control rooms

20

Automatic communications

and
Sensing techniques

10







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Applications of functions

15

4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4.1
-

Lectures

4.2
-

assignments

4.3
-

class discussions,

4.4
-

library research,

4.
5
-

problems and reports.

5
-

Student Assessment Methods

5.1
Homework assignments

and activities
:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom
discussions.

5.
2

Examination: 1 final term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all term
.

Assessment Schedule

Homework assignments

and activities:

Time: after 7 weeks.

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: at the end of the term

Semester Work

Time: during
the whole term.

Weighting of Assessments

Homework
assignments

and activities

30
%

term Examination
-
Final




70%





Total






100%


Any formative only assessments

6
-

List of References


[1] Dr. A. Subba Rao, Parag R. Desai, Dr. S.K. Kul Karni and A.K. Tandan “A course in control Engineer
ing”
Dhan pat Rai & Sons, Delhi, 1982.


[2] Katsuhiko Ogata “Modern Control Engineering” Prentice Hall. Inc, N.J., 1970.







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Wesley publishing comp., london, 1967.


[4] Jan Machowski, Janusz W.Bialek
, and James R. Bumby, “Power system dynamics and
stability” John Wiely & Sons, New York, 1997.

7
-

Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning

7
-
1
-
Models

7
-
2
-
Multimedia facility.

Course Coordinator:

Prof.
Mahdi Mohamed El
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Arini

Head of Department:


Prof.
Dr./
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Course Specifications

Project

Code:

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Major

Department offering the programme



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Department offering the course


EPE

Academic year / Level




Diploma

Date of specification approval



2007







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Project






C
ode:

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511


Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional Information


1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:



Write a report in

field of Master research.



Analyze and give a brief discussion of the experimental results of the research data.



Simulate the results by using the computer program.

2


Intended Learning Outcomes of Course (ILOs)


a
-

Knowledge and Understanding:

a34.

Fundamentals of
Electrical.

a35.

Find a fast solution of the faults and problem of research subject.

a36.

Do practical test of objects

required
in laboratory
.

b
-

In
tellectual Skills

b26.

T
he ability to
solve the problems combined with the his research

b27.

Understanding the
different method to program the computer for simulate the problem

b28.

Analysing faults

b29.

Predict the available solution.

c
-

Professional and Practical Skills

c28.

The ability to simulate the problems.

c29.

Skills to make technical reports so they

are possible to redo
.

c30.

Dis
cuss environmental and social issu
es due to electrical production.

c31.

The ability to select the right technique to measure
and analyze the problem
.

d
-

General and Transferable Skills

d36.

Writing technical reports.

d37.

Learing how to work in Teamwork.

d38.

The ability to d
ebate and solve problems.

3
-

Contents







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hours

According to the research subject
.


4


Teaching and Learning Methods

4.1
-

Lectures

4.2
-

assignments

4.3
-

class discussions,

4.4
-

library research,

4.
5
-

problems and reports.

5
-

Student
Assessment Methods

5.1
Homework assignments

and activities
:

to assess
understanding evidenced in classroom
discussions.

5.
2

Examination: 1 final term,

to assess
understanding evidenced through the all term
.

Assessment Schedule

Homework assignments

and activities:

Time: after 7 weeks.

Final
-
Term Exam

Time: at the end of the term

Semester Work

Time: during
the whole term.

Weighting of Assessments

Homework assignments

and activities

70
%

term Examination
-
Final




0%
3





Total






100%


Any formative only assessments

6
-

List of References

6.1
-

Course Notes







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6.2
-

Essential Books (Text Books)

6.
3
-

Periodicals, Web Sites, … etc

The
external weekly Web sites are directly relevant to the topics of the week.


IEEE Journals

IEE Journals

www.elsvier.com

7
-

Facilities Required for Teaching and Learning

7
-
1
-
Models

7
-
2
-

Multimedia facility.


Course Coordinator:

All staff (according to the research interest)

Head of Department:


Prof.
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Course Specifications

Engineering Measurements and Testing Fundamentals

Code:

EPE
512








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Major

Department offering the programme



EPE

Department offering the course


EPE

Academic year
/ Level




Diploma

Date of specification approval



2007

A
-

Basic Information


Title:
High Voltage Engineering




C
ode:

EPE
512


Credit Hours:

3
/week






Lecture:


3


Tutorial:
-



Practical:


-


Total:



3




B
-

Professional
Information


1


Overall Aims of Course

This course introduces
aim to:



Voltage measurements circuits