Graduate Course Descriptions

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5554. Distribution Management Systems

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: ECE 3231 or instructor consent.

Grading Basis: Graded

Role of Distribution Management Systems (DMS) in smart distribution, standards and regulations, static and dynamic models, advanced DMS applications (topology processor, Volt/VAR control, fault detection, isolation, restoration, state estimation, three-phase power flow, short circuit analysis, feeder reconfiguration, optimal capacitor placement, protection coordination, maintenance and outage planning), power quality analysis, electric vehicle charging/discharging, active distribution network under high penetration of distributed energy resources (DERs), aggregation of DERs for DERMS.

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