Mathematical foundation of the model of a system

Course Description

Mathematical models of the power system. Modeling of the load flow, load flow management, power system operation, energy storage, demand response, electric vehicles. Mathematical models of multi-energy systems (power, gas, heat, cooling, transport), interactions between the systems, defining techno-economic parameters through models. Convex models of distribution energy systems, bi-directional load flow, models of flexible distributed resources.

Study Programmes

Postgraduate doctoral study programme

Literature

Prabha Kundur, Neal J. Balu, Mark G. Lauby (1994.), Power system stability and control, McGraw-Hill Professional
Lennart Ljung (1998.), System Identification, Pearson Education
David B. Fogel (2000.), Evolutionary Computation, SPIE Press
Pierluigi Mancarella (2013.), Distributed multi-generation and district energy systems. In James Keirstead, Nilay Shah: Urban energy systems: An integrated approach, Taylor and Francis
Pierluigi Mancarella, Gianfranco Chicco (2010.), Distributed cogeneration: modelling of environmental benefits and impact. In Dattatraya Gaonkar (Ed.) Distributed Generation, INTECH

General

ID 154886
  Winter semester
6 ECTS
L0 English Level
L1 e-Learning