Teaching

ER57: Power system analysis and control

ER57 deals with the analysis and control of electric power systems, at the transmission and distribution levels. Contrary to other courses discussing components such as machines or transformers, this course focuses on network and system aspects. The following topics are covered:

  • Transmission and distribution lines
  • Power flow analysis
  • Fault analysis and protections
  • Frequency and voltage control
  • Transient stability analysis
  • Future power systems

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HES: Hybrid energy systems

HES is a course for the SPIM doctoral school focused on hybrid energy systems, with a focus on hybrid vehicles and microgrids. The following topics are covered:

  • Component modeling and technology: renewable sources and storage
  • Power electronics and static converters
  • Hybrid vehicle applications
  • Microgrid applications

HTM: Hydrogen technologies modeling

HTM is a course for the SPIM doctoral school focused on hydrogen technologies, their characteristics and modeling. The following topics are covered:

  • Hydrogen properties
  • Hydrogen production, with a focus on electrolysis
  • Hydrogen storage
  • Fuel cells
  • Applications for mobility, power systems, and industry