IA/0043 - SMART GRID LAB
Academic Year 2021/2022
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SIMONA RUGGERI (Tit.)
- Teaching style
- Lingua Insegnamento
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The course aims at giving the basic knowledge about distribution systems and smart grid
-Knowledge and understanding
deep knowledge and understanding of the fundamental theoretical and practical aspects of operation of electric power distribution networks.
-Applying knowledge and understanding
Capability to analyse power distribution networks and to autonomously design distribution systems with distributed generation.
- Making judgements
Capability to correctly assess the operation and design of a distribution system with particular reference to the protection system
- Communication skills
Capability to communicate technical information both orally and in writing. Ability to discuss problems and solutions with specialists and non-specialists about the planning, design and operation of modern distribution systems.
- Learning skills
Capability of continuous learning, through the proper interpretation of scientific and technical literature, manuals of manufacturers and technical standards.
The knowledge of physics, electric circuits, electronics, fundamental of power systems and power distribution is necessary.
The laboratory aims at simulating and studying smart grids with aid of common use and professional software tools. Students will do dynamic and static simulations for testing common smart grid functionalities.
20 hours are dedicated to simulations and testing. Each case study is anticipated by a lecture that describes objectives of the test and the expected results.
Verification of learning
The final assessment is based on work carried out with software. The assessment is based on the capability to analyze the simulations and make technically sound consistent conclusions.
Didactic material prepared for the laboratory
Teaching material will be provided during the laboratory.