Planning of Future Power Networks. Case of Study: Asset Management of Power Transformers and Electric Vehicles



PLANNING OF FUTURE POWER NETWORKS

Language: Spanish and English

Credits: 4 credits

Course Intensity: 64 hours

Date: July 9th to July 27th

Time: Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.

Coordinator: Sergio Rivera, Camilo Cortes

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Pre-requisites: Power system, fundamental optimization knowledge and Matlab handling

The electrical systems of the future represent a challenge for engineering due to the decentralization of power flows and the dynamic behavior between generation and consumption agents. This fact implies the need to implement changes in the structure of current networks, trying to adapt and take advantage of the existing infrastructure in this new paradigm of operation. In this way, the planning of the networks must consider non- conventional renewable sources of intermittent nature, energy storage, flexible loads, etc. In particular, one of these controllable loads are the electric vehicles. This course presents the tools for, first, the transmission and distribution systems planning considering these new challenges, and second, the relationship of the electric vehicle charging tools with the aggregate demand profiles and power transformers management.

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Modules Dates Guests / Teachers Topics
1: Asset management in Electric Grids 09/07/2018 - 16/07/2018
  • Prof. Andrés Romero PhD

Day one: Asset Management after ISO 55000

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Purpose of asset management

1.3 Related regulations

1.4 Generalities of asset management

Days two and three: Management of Power Transformers (6 hours)

2.1 Power transformer

2.2 First state of lifetime cycle: creation and acquisition

2.3 Second stage of lifetime cycle: operation and maintenance

2.4 Third stage of lifetime cycle: renewal and deinstallation

2.5 Risk management

Days four and five: Power Transformer in Smart Grids (8 hours)

3.1 Electric vehicles and their impacts on the grid

3.2 Charging strategies of PEVs

3.3 Intelligent charge control of PEVs as an asset management strategy

Day six: Asset management of high-voltage equipment (6 hours)

4.1 Generalities: high-voltage lines, switching and reactive compensation devices

4.2 First state of lifetime cycle: creation and acquisition

4.3 Second stage of lifetime cycle: operation and maintenance

4.4 Third stage of lifetime cycle: renewal and deinstallation

4.5 Risk management

2: Dynamic Rating of Power Systems Assets

17/07/2018 - 19/07/2018
  • David Álvarez PhD

1. Introduction to Dynamic Line Rating

2. Dynamic rating of transmission lines

2.1. Limits of dynamic rating of lines

2.1.1. Heat transfer

2.1.2. Limit of mechanic rating

2.1.3.State change equation

2.1.4. Catenary of a transmission line

2.1.5. Dynamic line rating methods

2.2. Applications of Dynamic Line Rating in Transmission Lines

2.2.1.Economic Dispatch

2.2.2. Reliability

3. Dynamic rating of transformers

3.1. Thermal model of transformers

3.1.1. Heat transfer in transformers

3.1.2. Nominal operating conditions

3.1.3.Transformer overloading

3.2. Dynamic rating of transformers

3.2.1.Transient thermal phenomena

3.2.2.Applications of dynamic rating in transformers

3: Planning of Transmission and Distribution Systems with the Challenges of Intermittent Nonconventional Renewable Energy Penetration, Energy Storage and Flexible Loads 23/07/2018 - 27/07/2018
  • Prof. Johanna Myrzik PhD

Day 1: Renewable Energy Resources

1.1 Solar Energy

1.2 Wind Energy

1.3 Other Technologies

Day 2: Role of Power Electronics and Energy Storage Technologies

2.1 Power Electronics for Renewables

2.2 Power Electronics for Electrical Grids

2.3 Energy Storage Technologies

Day 3: Integration of Renewable Energy Systems – I

3.1 Impacts on the Grid Stability

3.2 Ancillary Services and Control Aspects

3.3 Regulation and Standards

Day 4: Integration of Renewable Energy Systems - II

3.4 Future Network and Control Concepts

3.5 Power Quality for Future Networks

3.6 Case Studies and Projects

Day 5: Automation Aspects

4.1 Introduction to Automation of Power Supplying Systems

4.2 Equipment for Automation in Future Smart Grids

4.3 Case Studies and Project

Lecturers


Professor Andrés Romero PhD

Universidad Nacional de San Juan (Instituto de Energía Eléctrica) - Argentina

Research areas: Asset Management and Electric Vehicles

Professor Johanna Myrzik PhD

Universität Bremen (University of Bremen) - Germany

Research area: Planning of Power Systems

David Álvarez PhD

Consultor of the research group Electrical Machines and Drives (EM&D) of Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Research area: Planning of Smart Grids and Transmission Systems