AEL-MPSS Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Series

MODULAR SMART GRID POWER SYSTEMS SERIES - AEL-MPSS

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The Smart Grid Power System Series, "AEL-MPSS", have been designed by Edibon for the training at both the theoretical and practical levels in the field of Power Generation, Transmission,Distribution, Consumption, Protections Relays, Renewable Energies and Micro-Grids Power Systems.

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General Description

The Smart Grid Power System Series, "AEL-MPSS", have been designed by Edibon for the training at both the theoretical and practical levels in the field of Power Generation, Transmission,Distribution, Consumption, Protections Relays, RenewableEnergies and Micro-Grids Power Systems.

The "AEL-MPSS" provides several levels of training to give the usersfull knowledge and experiences about the most important principles of control, operation and functioning of Power Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Load Consumption and Renewable Energies.

For this purpose, the "AEL-MPSS" is a modular design that can be configured according to the user’s technical requirements.Complete configurations or custom made configurations can be chosen depending on the technical requirements of the users.

In one hand, complete configurations are solutions which allow studying the complete subject of the power systems. It covers power generation, power transmission, power distributoin and power consumption. Besides, protection relays, renewable energies and diesel engines-generators are included in this modality.

In the other hand, custom made configurations are particular solutions developed for those users interested in studying only apart of the Smart Grid Power Systems. For example, the user can acquire power generation only or power transmission to study in deep this parts. It is also possible to combine power generation with power transmission or power generation with power distribution and consumption. The custom made configuration offers the possibility for the user to make their own configuration.

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

  1. Study of generation, transmission and distribution power systems.
  2. Analysis of the measurements of the power flows of the synchronous generator, transmission lines and loads.
  3. Analysis of the active and reactive power of the synchronous generator against load variations.
  4. Automatic synchronization maneuvers of synchronous generator with the mains.
  5. Study of the synchronous generator in island operation mode.
  6. Study of the Micro-Grids.
  7. Study of the synchronous generator in grid parallel operation mode.
  8. Study of excitation/voltage regulation of synchronous generator in island mode.
  9. Study of turbine regulation (frequency control) in island mode.
  10. Study of excitation/voltage regulation of synchronous generator in parallel grid operation mode.
  11. Study of turbine regulation (frequency control) in parallel grid operation mode.
  12. Study of the power factor regulation of synchronous generator in parallel grid operation mode.
  13. Analysis and calculus of energy loses in transmission lines according to the line electrical parameters.
  14. Capacitive effect influence in transmission lines.
  15. Analysis of the reactive energy excess in transmission lines.
  16. Analysis of the influence of one or more line losses in the electric system.
  17. Power factor compensation and the effects in the power system.
  18. Single-Pole, Two-Pole and three-Pole faults with and without impedance.
  19. Double bus bar coupling maneuver.
  20. Operation logic with circuit breakers and disconnectors in a double bus bar substation.
  21. Load sharing with different feeders.
  22. Bus bar changeover without interruption.

MORE PRACTICAL EXERCISES TO BE DONE WITH THE UNIT

Some practical exercises possibilities with the SCADA:

  1. Remotely control of generation power systems.
  2. Analysis with the SCADA software of synchronous generator power flows.
  3. Analysis with SCADA software of active and reactive power of synchronous generator.
  4. Remotely control of manual synchronization of synchronous generator with the mains.
  5. Remotely control of automatic synchronization of synchronous generator with the mains.
  6. Remotely control of synchronous generator in island grid operation mode.
  7. Study of Micro-Grids.
  8. Remotely control of synchronous generator in parallel grid operation mode.
  9. Remotely control of excitation/voltage regulation of synchronous generator in island mode.

Some practical exercises possibilities with the Photovoltaic Power Plants Application, with SCADA, "AEL-PHVGC":

  1. Measurement and calculation of the active power consumed by a three-phase variable resistive load.
  2. Measurement and calculation of the total power consumed by a three-phase R-L load.
  3. Configuration of the programmable power supply as PV Array.
  4. Maximum production of photovoltaic power with grid injection through the grid inverter.
  5. Maximum production of photovoltaic power with grid injection and local energy consumption.
  6. Dynamic control of active power with the photovoltaic inverter. Zero injection control.
  7. Dynamic control of active power with the photovoltaic inverter. Grid injection control.
  8. Static control of active power with the photovoltaic power. Configuration of control conditions with digital signals.
  9. Experimental calculation of I-V curve of a photovoltaic panel.
  10. Variation of solar radiation with the halogen lamps panel. Measurement of I-V characteristics.

Some practical exercises possibilities with the Wind Power Plants with Induction Generator, with SCADA, "AEL-WPPIC":

  1. Commissioning of the induction generator.
  2. Wiring procedure of the induction generator to the grid.
  3. Study of operation regimes of the wind turbines with threephase induction generator of squirrel cage.
  4. Analysis of the induction generators coupled to the grid in sub-synchronous state.
  5. Analysis of the induction generators coupled to the grid in synchronous state.
  6. Analysis of the induction generators coupled to the grid in super-synchronous state.
  7. Study of electrical parameters of the induction generator coupled to the grid in sub-synchronous state.
  8. Study of electrical parameters of the induction generator coupled to the grid in synchronous state.
  9. Study of electrical parameters of the induction generator coupled to the grid in super-synchronous state.
  10. Efficiency study of the induction generator comparing the injected power in the grid with the mechanical power shaft of the turbine.
  11. Power factor influence with the speed variations and analysis of the possible solutions to automate the regulation of the power factor.
  12. Active power compensation by mean capacitor banks and electrical measurement of the electrical machine response.

Some practical exercises possibilities with the Computer Controlled Diesel Engine Electrical Generator, "TDEGC":

  1. Automatic speed control of the engine and generator in island.
  2. Manual speed control of the engine in island.
  3. Automatic excitation control of the three-phase synchronous generator.
  4. Manual excitation control of the three-phase synchronous generator.
  5. Automatic speed control of the engine in parallel with the grid.
  6. Manual speed control of the engine in parallel with the grid.
  7. Automatic excitation control of the synchronous generator in parallel with the grid.
  8. Manual excitation control of the synchronous generator in parallel with the grid.
  9. Control of the engine and generator in parallel generation mode (working with other generators).
  10. Coordination of energy needs and generating capacity in standalone grids.
  11. Active power waves measurement in real time and comparison with PID speed signal and engine.
  12. Smart Meter to measure the generated energy by the generator.
  13. Manual control of voltage, frequency, power factor and torque.
  14. Manual control of voltage and frequency of the generator in a standalone and in parallel operation (with any other generator).
  15. Automatic control of voltage and frecuency of the generator/engine in a stand-alone or in parallel operation (with any other generator).
  16. Study of energy requirements and energy generation in stand-alone grid.
  17. Studying of synchronous generator/engine response when a change in load is produced.
  18. Synchronization operations of the one synchronous generator and the grid.
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