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  • Fakultt 3

    Maschinenbau, Elektrotechnik und Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen

    MODULE DESCRIPTION

    Master Programme

    Power Engineering

    12.08.2014

  • 2

    LIST OF CONTENTS

    AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY OF THE POWER PLANT ....................................................................... 3

    BASICS IN GRID CALCULATION ....................................................................................................................... 4

    BIOMASS AND BIOGAS CO-GENERATION I .............................................................................................. 5

    BIOMASS AND BIOGAS CO-GENERATION II ............................................................................................ 6

    CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE (CCS) ............................................................................................... 7

    CONTROL ENGINEERING .................................................................................................................................... 8

    EMC IN ELECTRICAL POWER INSTALLATIONS ..................................................................................... 9

    ENERGY INFORMATION SYSTEMS .............................................................................................................. 10

    FUNDAMENTALS IN POWER ELECTRONICS ......................................................................................... 11

    FUNDAMENTALS IN THERMAL PROCESS ENGINEERING ............................................................ 12

    FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES IN POWER PLANTS ..................................................................................... 14

    HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING AND INSULATING MATERIALS ................................................ 15

    HIGH VOLTAGE MEASURING AND TESTING TECHNIQUE ............................................................ 16

    INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................................... 17

    INTRODUCTION IN ELECTRICAL POWER ................................................................................................ 18

    MEDIUM- AND LOW-VOLTAGE TECHNOLOGY ..................................................................................... 19

    NATURAL GAS ........................................................................................................................................................... 20

    PHOTOVOLTAICS: BASICS, STATE-OF-THE-ART, AND SOLAR CELL MATERIALS

    RESEARCH .................................................................................................................................................................. 21

    POWER AUTOMATION ......................................................................................................................................... 22

    POWER ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS IN DRIVE SYSTEMS ........................................................ 23

    POWER ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS IN HIGH VOLTAGE GRID .............................................. 24

    POWER PLANT TECHNOLOGY 1 ................................................................................................................... 25

    POWER PLANT TECHNOLOGY 2 ................................................................................................................... 26

    POWER QUALITY AND INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY FOR SMART MANUFACTURING .......... 27

    POWER SYSTEM ECONOMICS I .................................................................................................................... 28

    POWER SYSTEM ECONOMICS II ................................................................................................................... 30

    POWER SYSTEM OPERATION ........................................................................................................................ 31

    RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES FOR ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY ................ 32

    SELECTED CHAPTERS IN TECHNICAL COMBUSTION: ................................................................... 33

    SIGNAL PROCESSING AND OPTIMIZATION METHODS IN DATA MINING ............................ 35

    SOLAR ENERGY MATERIALS RESEARCH & SOLAR CELLS ........................................................ 37

    SUSTAINABLE USE OF UNDERGROUND RESOURCES; GEOTH. EN. A. CO2 STOR .... 38

    SWITCHING TECHNOLOGIES .......................................................................................................................... 39

    THERMAL PROCESS ENGINEERING .......................................................................................................... 40

    TECHNOLOGY AND OPERATION OF WIND TURBINES ................................................................... 41

    TECHNICAL COMBUSTION ................................................................................................................................ 42

    WIND ENERGY ECONOMICS, WIND RESOURCES ESTIMATION .............................................. 44

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    Auxiliary Power Supply of the Power Plant: Module 11199

    Modultitel / Module title (deutsch) Elektrische Eigenbedarfsversorgung von Kraftwerken

    Fakultt / Faculty 3

    Verantwortliche/r / Responsible staff member: Dr. Klaus Pfeiffer

    Kreditpunkte / Credits: 6

    Lehrsprache / Language of teaching: English

    Angebotsturnus / Frequency of offer: Each summer semester

    Dauer / Duration: One semester

    Empfohlen fr Studienphase / Recommended placement in the study plan:

    Master, 2nd year of studies

    Lehrformen und deren Anteil am Gesamtumfang / Forms of teaching and proportion:

    Vorlesung/Lecture: 2 SWS

    bung/Exercise: 2 SWS

    Selbststudium/Self-organised

    studies:

    120 h Angabe immer in Stunden, nie

    SWS

    Lernziele / Learning outcome:

    Students will get a deep overview about auxiliary networks in power plants.

    Inhalt / Contents:

    Requirements to the auxiliary system;

    Basic layout, voltage levels and rating depending on power plant type and generator

    capacity;

    Redundancy concepts;

    DC power supply and uninterruptible power supply concepts, emergency generators;

    M.V.- and L.V.-switchgears in auxiliary networks including transformers, drives, adjustment

    drives;

    Selective protection in auxiliary networks;

    Active and reactive power control of generators, frequency control, static and dynamic

    stability, generator protection;

    Transfer concepts

    Unterrichtsmaterialien und Literaturhinweise / Teaching materials and literature:

    Script

    Zu erbringende Prfungsleistungen / Assessment mode:

    1 written examination of 90 min.

    Empfohlene Voraussetzungen / Recommended prerequisites:

    Basic understanding in electrical engineering

    Medium- and Low-Voltage Technology

    Zwingende Voraussetzungen / Mandatory prerequisites:

    Bemerkungen / Remarks:

    Veranstaltungen zum Modul / Module components:

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    Basics in Grid Calculation: Module 11198

    Modultitel / Module title (deutsch) Grundlagen der Netzberechnung

    Fakultt / Faculty 3

    Verantwortliche/r / Responsible staff member: Dr. Klaus Pfeiffer

    Kreditpunkte / Credits: 6

    Lehrsprache / Language of teaching: English

    Angebotsturnus / Frequency of offer: Each summer semester

    Dauer / Duration: One semester

    Empfohlen fr Studienphase / Recommended placement in the study plan:

    Master, 1st year of studies

    Lehrformen und deren Anteil am Gesamtumfang / Forms of teaching and proportion:

    Vorlesung/Lecture: 2 SWS

    bung/Exercise: 2 SWS

    Selbststudium/Self-organised

    studies:

    120 h Angabe immer in Stunden, nie

    SWS

    Lernziele / Learning outcome:

    Students will get the basics in grid calculation as well as an overview about the methods of

    calculation for short-circuit currents and power flow.

    Inhalt / Contents:

    Symmetrical and asymmetrical three-phase system;

    Transformation methods with focus on symmetrical components;

    Neutral point treatment;

    Symmetrical impedances and equivalent circuits;

    Calculation of asymmetrical fault currents;

    Nodal voltage method;

    Mesh-current method;

    Overview about software solutions in the field of grid calculation;

    Diverse exercises for manual calculations for given grid layouts

    Unterrichtsmaterialien und Literaturhinweise / Teaching materials and literature:

    Script, reference books about power supply (Herold)

    Zu erbringende Prfungsleistungen / Assessment mode:

    1 written examination, 90 min

    Empfohlene Voraussetzungen / Recommended prerequisites:

    Module Medium- and Low-Voltage Technology

    Zwingende Voraussetzungen / Mandatory prerequisites:

    Bemerkungen / Remarks:

    Veranstaltungen zum Modul / Module components:

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    Biomass and Biogas Co-Generation I : Module 11218

    Modultitel / Module title (deutsch) Biomasse und Biogas Kraft-Wrme-Kopplung (KWK) I

    Fakultt / Faculty 3- Maschinenbau, Elektrotechnik und Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen/

    Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Industrial Engineering

    Verantwortliche/r / Responsible staff member: Prof.. Dr.-Ing. Daniel Seibt

    Kreditpunkte / Credits: 6

    Lehrsprache / Language of teaching: English

    Angebotsturnus / Frequency of offer: jedes Wintersemes

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