181113 The exam has now been corrected and the results can be found here. Congratulations to many good results! You can see your exam and discuss how I corrected it on Wednesday 21 November at 12:30-13:00 in room M:IEA lektionssal (=lab2 in the corridor with lab7, behind the glass doors)
181024 In the solution to 1c in the 2016 exam the graphics showing the protection zones was incorrect and has now been corrected.
181011 The lab1 preparatory exercises included PowerWorld calculations of SLG fault currents with a Petersen coil. This worked with Simulator v18, but not v20. Because of this, PowerWorld has now corrected the bug and released a new v20 dated October 10, 2018.
181008 A survey has been sent out by e-mail so that you can decide topics for lecture L10 on Tuesday 16 October 15-17 in M:D.
180928 Kraftringen invites us to study visit at their 130/10 kV transformer station on Brunnshögsvägen 32 on 24 October 13-15. E-mail with Doodle-link to sign up has been sent to all course participants.
180928 CORRECTION Exercise 5.8 Solution has been updated (new PDF) and now agrees with problem answer.
180920 Computer exercises: The PowerWorld simulator is available as "Simulator18" on the computers in the computer room M:Ina.
180912 Six slots for Lab1 are scheduled 24-27 September and eight slots for Lab2 on 15-19 October. All participants should sign up through Doodles. E-mails with links have been distributed. Remember to do the compulsory preparatory exercises. Since they include computer simulations, the exercise on Thursday 21 September is held in the computer room M:Ina.
180904 Welcome to guest lecture by Dr David Boteler, Head of Geomagnetic Laboratory at Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa: "Solar Eruptions, Geomagnetic Storms and their effects on Power Systems". Thursday 13 September, 11:15-12:00 in room M:IEA.
Welcome to the first lecture on Tuesday the 4th of September, 8:15 in M:D.
The textbook is
Power System Analysis & Design, SI Version, 6th Edition, by J. D. Glover, T. J. Overbye, M. S. Sarma, 2017, also available as e-book.
The paperback can be ordered from e.g. adlibris.com or cdon.com, and perhaps from KFS. The 5th edition of the same book from 2012 will also work.
The student administration is located at IEA
in the M-building on the second floor.
It is open weekdays 11.00-12.30. Other times by agreement. Phone: 046-222 92 90.
You can also contact us by email: email@example.com.
All students present at the first lectures will be registered as participants of the course. Note a student who wants to drop the course is responsible for informing the department about this.
If this is not done, it may affect the possibility to pick up the course at a later time.