ELEC9712
High Voltage Systems

Semester2, 2011

Last updated 2-Aug-12

 

 

NOTE: The course website for semester 2, 2012 is on UNSW Blackboard

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Course Convener:

 

Dr. Mohammad SALAY NADERI

Room EE305,

Email: m.salaynaderi@unsw.edu.au;

Webpage: http://www2.ee.unsw.edu.au/staff/salaynaderi/profile.htm


New Announcements:

        Course outline

 

        Quiz #1 and Solution

 

        Quiz #2 and Solution

 

        Presentation Order

 


Lecture Notes:

1.   Introduction - Common Features and Materials for Electrical Equipment Design and Operation

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2.   Heat transfer PPT

2.1. Steady state heating and thermal transfer

2.2. Thermal transients

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3.   Insulating Materials and HV Testing

Appendix A: Paschens law

Appendix B: Impulse generator

Appendix C: Partial discharge, Calibration

Appendix D: HV testing

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4.   Cables Part1 ; Part2

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5.   Overhead lines

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6.   Electro-dynamic Forces

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7.   Transformers

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8.   Circuit breakers

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9.   Partial discharge

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Tutorials:

Tutorial 1: Heating and thermal transfer Thermal design

Solution

Due date: Week 6

Tutorial 2: Over head lines

Solution

Due date: Week 9

Tutorial 3: Electromagnetic Forces

Solution

Due date: Week 11

Solution of each tutorial will be available gradually once it has been tried in the tutorial classes.


Assignments:

Written Assignment Topics-V1

This is a group project whereby each group is to carry out a literature survey or a real-life case study on a topic relevant to this course, and in the end give an oral presentation and submit a detailed written report. The assessment criteria equally address your research and communication skills.

The proposal for the assignment is due Tuesday 16 August (Week 5)

Presentation: Tuesday 11 October (Week 12) 12 min for each group

  Formal Reports and Learning Resources must be submitted by Friday 21 October (Week 13) by 5pm.

Report should be about 5000 words, 15-20 pages including charts and figures.

Marks are awarded based on the technical content covered in the report and the presentation skill.

  Late submissions carry a 50% penalty for the first week and will not be accepted beyond one week delay. Delays on medical grounds are accepted.