Laboratory Exercise on Power Engineering II

Contact

Name

Niklas Driendl

Research Assistant

Phone

work
+49 241 80 97643

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Dates

The Laboratory Exercise on Power Engineering II will be offered during summer semester.

 

The laboratory is aimed at students of electrical engineering in their main studies. It is offered jointly by the

  • Institute of Electrical Machines (IEM),
  • Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics (IAEW),
  • Institute for High Voltage Technology (IFHT) and
  • Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA)

and includes twelve experiments, which are divided equally between the four institutes.

Experiments at the Institute of Electrical Machines

  • Dynamic behaviour of the DC machine
  • Induction machine with constant stator and rotor flux linkage
  • Permanent magnet synchronous machine with pole wheel position sensor

Experiments at the Institute of Power Systems and Power Economics

  • Planning of high and very high voltage networks
  • Power flow control in interconnected grids
  • Transient stability

Experiments at the Institute for High Voltage Technology

  • High-voltage measuring technology
  • Transient events on wires: Traveling waves
  • Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), interference coupling

Experiments at the Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives

  • Grid-controlled converters
  • DC-DC converter, also buck-converter
  • Induction machine with digital signal prozessor (DSP)

All Information about the registration for the laboratory can be found at RWTHonline.

The language of the course is German and English.