Lecturers: Professor Neville R. Watson, University of Canterbury, NZ
Power electronic devices used as interfaces for generation, consumption and control purposes are in a rapid growth at both transmission and distribution level. Such devices inherently possess a non-sinusoidal behavior and together with other power system components, we can foresee an increased tendency towards harmonic voltage/current related non-wanted operation conditions for the power system of the future.
This course will address topics such as:
• State-of-the art for harmonics in power systems
• Harmonic generation from next generation power electronics
• Today’s most promising methods to analyze power system harmonics
• Harmonic resonance phenomena in power systems
• Harmonic stability for the future power system
• Control and mitigation methods for solving harmonic voltage/current issues
• Recommendations for research progress in power system harmonics
The lectures will be given by Professor Neville R. Watson, who is a highly reputed expert in power system harmonics and power electronics in power systems, see http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/spark/Researcher.aspx?researcherid=88901
Prerequisites: Basics of circuit theory, electro physics and power system analysis.
- Department of Energy Technology
- Aalborg University, Pontoppidanstræde 101, 9220 Aalborg East
- 7000 DKK for PhD students outside of Denmark, 2000 DKK for PhD students in Denmark, who is not from AAU and 13.000 DKK for the Industry
- Source : Aalborg University