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Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University

Факультет прикладних інформаційних технологій та електроінженерії

Кафедра електричної інженерії

Electrical Power Supply


Major 141 - Електроенергетика, електротехніка та електромеханіка (бакалавр)
Field of knowledge 14 Електрична інженерія
Academic degree bachelor's
Course type required
special education
Study start course 3
Semesters 5
Form of education full-time
Study hours structure
36– lectures
18– practical classes
36– laboratory classes
Amount of hours for individual work 60
ECTS credits 5
Form of final examination exam
Academic degree PhD
Academic title Assoc. Prof.
Full name Kozak Kateryna
Course goals and learning objectives
The discipline consists of a set of recourses. Each is organized into topical parts and chapters in an attempt to provide comprehensive coverage of the generation, transformation, transmission, distribution, and utilization of electric power and energy as well as the modeling, analysis, planning, design, monitoring, and control of electric power systems. The individual topics are different from most technical publications. They are not journal-type articles nor are they textbooks in nature. They are intended to be tutorials or overviews providing ready access to needed information while at the same time providing sufficient references for more in-depth coverage of the topic. This discipline is devoted to the subjects of power system protection, power system dynamics and stability, and power system operation and control. 
Course description
Lectures 1. Theme 1. Electric Power Generation: Nonconventional Methods. Wind Power, Photovoltaic Fundaments, Advanced Energy technologies, Water.
2. Theme 2. Electric Power Generation: Conventional Methods. Hydroelectric Power Generation. Synchronous Machinery. Thermal Generating Plants. Distributed Utilities.
3. Theme 3. Concept of Energy Transmission and Distribution. High-Voltage Transmission Lines. High-Voltage DC Lines. Subtransmission Lines. Distribution Line.
4. Theme 4. Transmission line equations and their solution. Electromagnetism background. Circuit model of a transmission line. Lossless lines. Wave equations and their solutions. Transmission line equations in the frequency domain.
5. Тheme 5. Parameters of common transmission lines. Coaxial cabels. Two-wire line. Wire on a metal plane. Shielded two-wire line. Stripline. Frequency Effect. Temperature Effect.
6. Theme 6. Transmission Line Structures. Traditional Line Design Practice. Structure Types in Use. Factors Affecting Structure Type Selection. Transmission Line Support Structures. Transmission Line Foundations.
7. Тheme 7. Insulators and Accessories. Electrical Stresses on External Insulation. Transmission Lines and Substations. Electrical Stresses. Environmental Stresses. Mechanical Stresses.
8. Тheme 8. Ceramic( Porcelain and Glass) Insulators and Nonceramic (Composite) Insulators. Insulator Strings. Post-Type
Insulators. Long Rod Insulators. Composite Suspension Insulators Composite Post Insulators. Insulator Failure Mechanism. Insulator
Pollution. Methods of or Improving Insulator Performance.
9. Тheme 9. Transmission Line Construction and Maintenance. Transmission Line Siting. Sequence of Line Construction. Conductor Pulling Plan. Equipment Setup. Overhead
Transmission Line Maintenance. Emergency Restoration of Transmission Structures.
10. Тема 10. Insulated Power Cables Used in Underground
Applications. Underground System Designs. Conductor. Insulation. Medium-and High-Voltage Power Cables. System Protection Devices. Common Calculations Used with Cable.
11. Тheme 11. Lightning Protection. Ground Flash Density. Insulation Strength. Calculation of Transmission Line Outage Rate.
Improving the Transmission Line Lightning Outage Rate.
12. Тheme 12. Reactive Power Compensation. Shunt Reactive Power Compensation. Application of Shunt Capacitor Banks in Distribution Systems: A Utility Perspective. Series Compensation.
13. Тheme 13. Environmental Impact of Transmission Lines
Aesthetic Effects of Lines. Magnetic Field Generated by HVLines. Environmental Effect of Electric Field.
14. Тheme 14. Distribution Systems. Power System Loads. Distribution System Modeling and Analysis. Power System Operation and Control. Transformer Bank Connections. The Unbalanced Three-Phase Distribution Feeder.
15. Тheme 15. Power System Operation and Control. Implementation of Distribution Automation. Distribution Management Platform. Advanced Distribution Applications.
16. Тheme 16. Transformers. Instrument Transformers. Transformer Banks. Transformer Loading. Potential Transformers. Current Transformers. Transformer Loading Basics. Distribution Transformers.
17. Тheme 17. Distribution Short-Circuit Protection. Protection Equipment. Circuit Interrupters. Fuse Cutouts. Circuit
Breakers. Circuit Breaker Relays. Reclosers. Expulsion Fuses.
18. Тheme 18. Power Quality. Wiring and Grounding for Power Quality. Harmonics in Power Systems. Voltage Sags. Voltage Fluctuations and Lamp Flicker in Power Systems. Power Quality Monitoring.
Total hours
Practical classes 1. Energy dissipation in transmission lines
2. Calculation of enterprise load by the method of demand factor.
3. Selection of the factory scheme of electrical supply, cables and high-voltage switches.
4. Choice of conductors and switching-protective devices on the factory network
Laboratory classes Introductory lesson (safety rules). "Measurement in the electricity system
Presentation the results and reports of laboratory work
Measurement in power supply systems
Presentation the results and reports of laboratory work
Study electrical load schedules
Presentation the results and reports of laboratory work
Research of single-phase power transmission lines
Presentation the results and reports of laboratory work
Research of vapour absorption refrigeration system and calculate the cop.
Presentation the results and reports of laboratory work
Research of three-phase power lines
Presentation the results and reports of laboratory work
Three-phase circles connecting with a star and a triangle
Presentation the results and reports of laboratory work
Methods of measuring the reactive power factor
Presentation the results and reports of laboratory work
Assessment criteria
Oral control in the form of individual and frontal questioning. Written control in the form of independent written works. Current testing in the Atutor system 
Recommended reading list. Subject Resources
1. NSI/IEEE, 1992,IEEE Guide to the Installation of Overhead Transmission Line Conductors, Standard 524, American National Structure Institute and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, New York.
2. ANSI/IEEE, 1993, National Electrical Safety Code, Standard C2, American National Standard Institute and Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, New York.
3. ASCE, 1984, Guideline for Transmission Line Structural Loading, Committee on Electrical Transmission Structures, American Society of Civil Engineers, New York.
4. ASCE,1986, InnovationsintheDesignofElectricalTransmissionStructures, Proc.Conf.Struct. Div. Am. Soc. Civil Eng., New York.
5. ASCE,1987,GuidefortheDesignandUseofConcretePole, AmericanSocietyofCivilEngineers, New York.
6. EPRI, 1983 Transmission Line Structure Foundations for Uplift-Compression Loading: load Test Summaries, EPRI Report EL-3160, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.
7. Roy, S. and Fang, S., 1993, Designing and Testing Heavy Dead-End Towers, Proc. Am. Power Conf., 55-I, 839-853, ASCE, New York.
8. Simpson, K.D. and Yanaga, C.Y., 1982, Foundation Design Considerations for Transmission Structure, Sargent & Lundy Transmission and Distribution Conference, Chicago, IL. 
Course author
PhD, Assoc. Prof. Kozak Kateryna 
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