Course - Electromagnetic Analysis in Power Engineering - TET5100
TET5100 - Electromagnetic Analysis in Power Engineering
Examination arrangement: Portfolio
Grade: Letter grades
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Modeling and dimensioning of electric power installations and apparatus requires physical understanding and knowledge of mathematical modeling. Based on fundamental electromagnetic field theory, the students will, learn to calculate stresses and parameters that characterize power systems or electrical apparatus. The lectures will be linked to practical issues in electric power engineering. Use of analytical and numerical methods for solving Maxwell's equations describing the electric and magnetic fields. The course starts with a continuation of electromagnetic theory with emphasis on adaption and use in electric power engineering. Especially emphasized are assumptions for applying static approaches when analyzing steady-state phenomena in electrical apparatus and systems. An introduction on use of numerical calculation tools based on Finite Element Method (FEM) for analysis of electric and magnetic fields is given. Topics that will be addressed are: Electrostatic field analysis in high voltage technology, the use of dielectric insulating materials, electric field control and shielding. Electric conductors, current distribution and losses. Static magnetic fields, the use of magnetic materials and permanent magnets. Dynamic magnetic fields; electromotive force, eddy currents, skin effect and proximity effect. Calculation of inductance, resistance and capacitance by direct and indirect methods such as energy methods. Power line models for power system analysis.
Knowledge: Having completed the course, the candidate should have knowledge to: - use modern numerical software tools for solving Maxwell's equations in advanced practical problems in electric power engineering - recognize electromagnetic phenomena related to advanced practical problem solving, and making sensible simplifications of Maxwell's equations in order to apply correct numerical models. - calculate field based parameters to be used in further modeling and analysis of electric power apparatus and systems Skills: Having completed the course, the candidate should be able to: - on an independent basis analyze a variety of advanced topics related to electric power apparatus and systems. Both analytical and numerical analyze methods are applied i research oriented problems. - document the results and a critical evaluation of both methods and results. - make an independent, limited development project in group under supervision General competence: After completing the course, the candidate has increased: - skills in cooperation and interdisciplinary collaboration - ability to communicate effectively to professionals and non-specialists alike through reports and presentations - ability to contribute to innovation and innovation processes
Learning methods and activities
Lectures about: Field theory. Linked to practical problem solving
Lectures about The Finite element method and the use of the software COMSOL. Lectures linked both to assignments and project. Flipped classroom and in which videos and reference material
Assignments - not obligatory. Support in the learning phase.
3 obligatory projects.. No grading. Pass/fail. Topics
1) 2D and 3D modelling applied on electric fields. Various forms of High voltage insulation design. 2) Magnetic fields - both static and dynamic. Focusing on magnetic designs and electrical machines. 3) Multyphysics modelling. Integrating thermal and electromagnetic design problems. Introduction to optimization.
Final project report. Summary of all project
Individual final presentation.
- Project 1
- Project 2
- Project 3
Further on evaluation
This is a portfolio evauation. The final grade is given based on a final written project report (counts 95%).
The individual presentation of own contribution in the project work (counts 5%)
The obligatory initial project reports will be evaluated by Pass or Fail. If one fail, a rewritten report is expected.
Compulsory activities from previous semester may be approved by the department.
Recommended previous knowledge
Fundamental electrical engineering and electromagnetic theory.
Required previous knowledge
Basic knowledge about electromagnetics and Maxwell's equations. NTNU offers pre-course prior to semester start to students who lack this from their Bachelor study.
Stated at semester start.
Credits: 7.5 SP
Study level: Second degree level
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: AUTUMN 2022
Language of instruction: English
Location: Ålesund , Gjøvik , Trondheim
- Electrical Power Engineering
Examination arrangement: Portfolio
- Term Status code Evaluation Weighting Examination aids Date Time Examination system Room *
- Autumn ORD Portfolio 100/100
Room Building Number of candidates
- * The location (room) for a written examination is published 3 days before examination date. If more than one room is listed, you will find your room at Studentweb.
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