Laboratory Exercise on Power Engineering II
The laboratory is aimed at students of electrical engineering in their main studies. It is offered jointly by the
- Institute of Electrical Machines (IEM),
- Chair for Active Distribution Grids (IAEW),
- Chair for High Voltage Equipment and Technology (IAEW, former IFHT) and
- Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA)
and includes twelve experiments.
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 Chair for Active Distribution Grids (IAEW)
- Planning of high and very high voltage networks
- Power flow control in interconnected grids
- Transient stability
Experiments at the Chair for High Voltage Equipment and Technology (IAEW, former IFHT)
- 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.
ATTENTION: Due to the current restrictions regarding the corona virus, there are deviations from the original planning. No lab can currently take place. If the lab cannot start until 11.05. the lab of this semester is canceled.
If necessary, further information will be published in RWTHonline.
The language of the course is German and English.