COURSE SYLLABUS
ECE 421
Electric Energy Systems
Fall 2017
Final Exam on Dec 8 at
8-10am in MK405
Homework #7 solution is posted.
Meeting Time and Place: 10:10-11:00AM
on Monday, Wednesday & Friday at MK405
Aug 23, 2017
– Dec. 1, 2017 (40 Lectures)
Instructor: Kai Sun
Contact information: kaisun(at)utk.edu 865-9743982
Office hours:
Wednesday 11:00-12:00 or by appointment @ MK612
GTA:
Weihong Huang (whuang12(at)vols.utk.edu, MK207)
Course website
http://web.eecs.utk.edu/~kaisun/ECE421/index.htm
Past course website: Fall
2014
Course Texts/Materials/Resources
Prerequisites
ECE 316 – Signals and
Systems II
ECE 325 – Electric
Energy System Components
Course Description
This course will cover fundamentals of electric power systems,
including basic principles, the per-unit system, modeling of generators,
transformers and transmission lines, power flow, and optimal dispatch. Some
basic ideas on power system reliability and security will be introduced. There
will be moderate work of programming in MATLAB or using professional power
system simulation software for power system studies. Students are also
encouraged to review literature on recommended emerging topics to gain broader
knowledge on, e.g., renewable energy resources and smart grid technology.
Course Objectives
Upon completion of this course (and the pre-requisites to this course), every student
should have gained:
·
An understanding of
basic principles and models on electric power system components
·
A familiarity with
modern computer-aided methods for power system steady-state analysis
·
Knowledge in emerging
power system techniques.
Course Outline
1.
Overview
of Power Systems and Electric Power Generation (2-3 lectures)
(sides: syllabus, 1,
2, notes on Norris
Dam)
2.
Basic
Principles (4-5 lectures) (slides: all;
Quiz 1)
3.
Generator
& Transformer Models, and the Per-Unit System (5-6 lectures) (slides: 1, 2,
3; Quiz 2)
4.
Transmission Line Parameters (3-4
lectures) (slides: 1, 2, 3; Quiz 3)
Midterm Exam on October 13 at 10-11AM in MK405 (closed book in-class
+ take-home; only a calculator and two double-side letter summary sheets are
allowed) (summary) (solution)
5.
Line Modeling and Performances (4-5
lectures) (slides: 1, 2, 3,
4; Quiz 4)
Project
1 Presentation in late October (teamwork
on technology review) (description; report template)
Presentations on 11/8-11/10 and report due on 11/27
6.
Power Flow Analysis (6-7 lectures)
(slides: 1, 2, 3, 4; Quiz
5)
7.
Optimal Dispatch of Generation (3-4
lectures) (slides: 1, 2, 3; Quiz
6)
Project 2 Report: email
the project report before Dec 7 (Thursday) or bring it to the final exam (Project description, Data_MATLAB, Data_PSAT, Solution)
Final Exam: on Dec 8 at 8-10am in MK405 (closed book covering Sections 5-7) (solution)
Homework
No. |
Homework |
Due Date |
1 |
·
Problems
2.1, 2.2, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 on Saadat’s book ·
Solution |
9/15 (Fri) in class or by email to GTA |
2 |
·
Problems 2.8, 2.9, 2.14, 2.15, 2.16 ·
Do we have for Y-connected
loads? ·
Solution |
9/22
(Fri)
in class or by email to GTA |
3 |
·
Problems 3.2, 3.4, 3.5, 3.9, 3.10, 3.14, 3.15 ·
Solution |
10/2
(Mon) in
class or by email to GTA |
4 |
·
Problems 4.2, 4.5, 4.6, 4.8, 4.11, 4.15 ·
Solution |
10/11
(Wed) in
class or by email to GTA |
5 |
·
Problems
5.8-5.13 ·
Draw the
sending & receiving end power circles for Example 5.6 (slide 22) with V_{S}=V_{R}=1pu.
Consider this line as a lossless line. Indicate on both circles the operating
points with SIL, the practical line loadability
with d=45^{o}
and the theoretical maximum power transfer. ·
Solution |
10/27 (Fri) in class or by email to GTA |
6 |
·
Required
(100 points): Problems 6.3, 6.7(a)-(b), 6.8(a)-(b) and 6.9. ·
Additional
(+20 points): Problems 6.7(c) and 6.8(c) ·
Solution |
11/8 (Wed) in class or by email to GTA |
7 |
·
Required (100 points): Problems 6.12(a)-(b), 6.13(a), 7.6, 7.9 and
7.11 (excluding the MATLAB work) ·
Additional (+20 points): MATLAB work on 6.12(c), 6.13(b), 7.9, 7.11 ·
Solution |
12/1 (Fri): hand in/email it to GTA directly |
A few course policies (IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ)
Grading
Homework: 20%
Quizzes: 10%
Course projects (2): 30% (15% each)
Exams
(2):
40% (20% each)
In-class Participation 5%
Total 105%
A (90 and up), A- (85-90) , B+ (80-85) , B (76-80) , B- (72-76) ,
C+ (68-72) , C (64-68), C- (60-64)