ELEC9713
Industrial and Commercial Power Systems

Last updated 8-Jun-11

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  Course Outlines

  Review of Power Circuit Analysis

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Lecture Note:

1.                             Introduction

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2.                             Switchboards

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3.                             Cables

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4.                             Distribution Transformers

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5.                             Fault Calculation

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6.                             Protection

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7.                             Earthing

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8.                             Lightning Protection

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9.                             Power Quality

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10.                        Reactive Power and Power Factor Correction

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11.                        Energy Management

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Tutorial:

  Solution of each tutorial will be available gradually.

Tutorial 1

Solution

Due date: Week 7

Tutorial 2

Solution

Due date: Week 9

Tutorial 3

Solution

Due date: Week 13

5pm, Friday June 3, 2011


Quiz:

Quiz 1

Solution

Week 5

Quiz 2

Solution

Week 10


Group Assignment:

  Assignment topics V2

  Assignment topics V3

  Assignment topics V4

  Assignment topics V5

  Group members (3 OR 4 studentS per group)

  Presentation Order

 

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 (ONE PAGE) for the assignment is due Thursday 14 April (Week 7)

Presentation: Thursday 26 May (Week 12) 10 min for each group

  Formal Reports and Learning Resources must be submitted by Friday 03 June (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.