Exam 10 January is now corrected. Results are found here..
Ask Carina or Olof to see your corrected exam.
Exam is on 10 January 14.00-19.00 in M:IEA (IEA lab 2). Register at email@example.com before 7 January.
You can see your corrected exam in room M:IEA (IEA lab 2) on Wednesday 21 November at 12.30-13.00.
The exam has been corrected. See Exam results.
Also check if you passed the labs.
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Note on Zbus and short-circuit analysis.
Note Odd time 17 October: 13.15 in A:C.
Exam is 22 October 14.00-19.00 in Sparta A-B.
Correction Exercises 7.4b: V1=0.99 p.u./-2.2 deg.
Correction Exercises 4.4: x=[omega delta]T.
In the Preparatory exercises of Lab 2, index n means nominal=rated.
Gothia Power, will give a presentation on 16 October. As a consequence, L10 and E9 are swapped.
Note that the Preparatory exercises of Lab 1 must be done in advance. See also PDF with Hints.
Study visit on 3 October 8.15-9.45: Lunds Energi hosts a visit at the
transformer station at Brunnshög. Search "Brunnshögsvägen 32, Lund" in Google Maps.
To prepare for the visit, the contents of lectures on 2 and 3 October are swapped.
Note: No lectures on 12 and 18 September.
PDF-files with exercises and solutions have been updated.
This includes corrections in 1.6 d and e. Make sure you use the new version.
Please sign up for the two compulsory labs. Lists are posted on the IEA
notice board and are brought to the first two lectures.
The 2012 course EIEN15 Electric Power Systems starts Tuesday 4 September,
10.15 in A:C (A-building!).
The course is based on the textbook
Power System Analysis & Design, SI Version, 5th Edition, by J. D. Glover, M. S. Sarma, T. J. Overbye, 2012.
It is not available at KFS but you can order it through Adlibris or Bokia for around 500 SEK.
The student administration is located at IEA
in the M-building on the second floor.
It is open weekdays 11.00-12.30. Other times by agreement. Phone: 046-222 92 90.
You can also contact us by email: email@example.com.
All students present at the first lecture will be
registered as participants of the course. Note that it is the student's responsibility to inform the department
if he or she will drop the course