Graduate Course Descriptions

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6226. Power Network Dynamics and Simulation

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: ECE 5101 or 6122, or instructor consent.

Grading Basis: Graded

Introduction to power network dynamics with emphasis on numerical simulation techniques. Numerical integration rules for large scale power networks, numerical oscillation and its solution, power system components, frequency-dependent transmission network, nonlinear elements, network equivalents, power network stability. Applications of network simulation to microgrid stability analysis and control design. Real-time simulation algorithms for interdependent infrastructures analysis.

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