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«EES-UETP Electric Energy Systems University Enterprise Training Partnership Course on: Protection of Future Networks with Distributed Generation ...»

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EES-UETP

Electric Energy Systems University Enterprise Training Partnership

Course on:

Protection of Future Networks with Distributed

Generation

Course organiser: School of Electrical & Electronic

Engineering of University of Manchester on behalf of Network

of European Distributed Energy Recourses laboratories

(DERlab) and Pre- Standardisation

Course Leader Prof. V. Terzija

8-10 March 2011

Content

1. Course outline

2. Scope and objectives

3. Who should attend

4. Course duration

5. Course venue

6. Course programme

7. Course presenters

8. Travel information

8.1 How to get to the University of Manchester

9. Accommodation

10. Organisation and contacts

10.1 Course fees

10.2 Payment details

10.3 Dinner

10.4 Contacts

11. Registration form

1. Course outline

- Introduction to Distribution network protection

- Advanced protection systems

- Impact of ICT on protective devices and principles

- Protection of future Smart Grids with high penetration of DG sources

- Laboratory demonstration modelling simulation of relays

2. Scope and objectives The course is designed to give both industrial practitioners (technicians, engineers and managers) and young academics and researchers a solid understanding of Electricity Network Protection and Advanced Protection of Future Networks with high penetration of Distributed Generation (DG) Sources.

Course objectives:

- to introduce the classical and advanced operating principles and main features of protection schemes, and various types of relays.

- to introduce the main principles for the protection of systems with high penetrations of DG Sources.

- to introduce the advances gained from the use of novel Information and Communication Technologies, satellite synchronisation and communication, advanced Digital Signal Processing Techniques, robust Control algorithms and those protection principles which will be utilised for the protection of future Smart Grids.

- to provide the attendees with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to apply these relays and schemes to the protection of plant and systems, including transmission, distribution and industrial networks and rotating machines

3. Who should attend This course is intended for all technical staff, engineers and managers from electrical power utilities, independent generating companies, electricity regulators, industry, manufacturing and consulting companies and educational and research institutions who deal with Electricity Networks Protection issues and Distributed Generation.

4. Course duration Three-day course, from Tuesday 8th to Thursday 10th of March 2011.

5. Course venue The University of Manchester, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Ferranti Building, Room C 18.

Manchester, M13 9PL United Kingdom

6. Course program Day 1 Tuesday 8th March 2011

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Day 3 Thursday 10th March 2011 Impact of connecting distributed generation (C. Booth) 10:00 -10:50 10:50 -11:10 Coffee break 11:10 -12:00 Loss of mains protection (C. Booth) 12:10 -13:00 Advanced protection systems (P. Crossley) 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch 14:00 - 14:50 Advanced protection systems (P. Crossley) 15:00 - 15:30 Panel discussion 15:30 - 16:00 Closing remarks (V.Terzija)

7. Course presenters Prof. Vladimir Terzija is the EPSRC Chair Professor in Power System Engineering in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Manchester, where he has been since 2006. From 1997 to 1999, he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade. In 1999, he was Humboldt Research Fellow at Saarland University in Germany. From 2000 to 2006, he was with ABB AG, Germany, as an expert for switchgear and distribution automation. His main research interests are switchgear, DSP applications in power systems, and application of intelligent methods to power system monitoring, control, and protection. He is a senior member of IEEE and member of IET. In the past, he published over 150 papers and four text books.

Prof. Peter Crossley joined the Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering at the University of Manchester Institute of Science &Technology in 1991 as a Lecturer and was later promoted to Senior Lecturer and Reader.

In 2002, he moved to Queen's University of Belfast where he was Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the Power & Energy Research Cluster.

In 2006, he returned to The University of Manchester as Professor of Power Systems in the EEE School and in 2008 became Director of the Joule Centre.

Before moving to academia he was a Senior Technical Engineer and Manager of the Research & Long Term Development Group at GEC Measurements (now Areva T&D). His industrial and academic career has mainly involved education, research, design and development in electrical power engineering and renewable energy systems.

Campbell D. Booth received the B.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical and electronic engineering from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, U.K. He is currently a Senior Lecturer with the Institute for Energy and Environment, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyde.





His research interests include power system protection; plant condition monitoring and intelligent asset management; applications of intelligent system techniques to power system monitoring, protection, and control;

knowledge management; and decision support.

Nils Schaefer is a research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology (Fraunhofer IWES, formerly ISET e.V.) in Kassel, Germany. He studied Energy Engineering at the University of Magdeburg, Germany, and received his Dipl.-Ing. Degree in 2006. From 2006/11 to 2007/06 he was a research assistant at the chair of Electrical Power Systems at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany; during these eight months he was working externally at EDF R&D in Clamart, France, where he dealt with short-circuit performance of power transformers.

Since August 2007 Mr Schaefer is with Fraunhofer IWES in Kassel, where his main field of research is power system protection and distributed generation.

Fabrizio Garrone graduated in Electronic Engineering from Polytechnic of Milan (Italy) in 1984. He joined ISMES (Istituto Sperimentale Modelli e Strutture) in Bergamo, a Research Centre of ENEL. He held positions of coordinator of design and implementation of data acquisition systems for telemetry, private communication network management systems, remote control of wind and photovoltaic power plants. He has been involved in a MIUR (Ministero della Istruzione, Università e Ricerca of the Italian government) national project for water resource management and integrated information systems design and development for utilities.

In 2006 he joined CESI RICERCA (now RSE) as ICT specialist where he has been involved in the CRUTIAL European Project (CRitical UTility InfrastructurAL resilience - STREP Project FP6-2004-IST-4-027513), addressing the security and resilience of new networked ICT systems for the management of the electric power grid, in DERri European Project (Distributed Energy Resources Research Infrastructure - FP7INFRASTRUCTURES-2008-1 GA228449), and in the Italian Research Program on Electric Power System Governance including studies on Power and ICT interdependencies, risk assessment and test bed deployment.

Related to these projects, he is a co-author of publications in international scientific conference.

Peter Vaessen received his M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands in 1985. In the same year he joined KEMA and he held several research positions in the field of large power transformers and high voltage measurements. From 1991 to 1996 he managed several realization projects, among them construction of Dutch 400kV substations. As a principal consultant he has experience in (U)HVDC technology and quality assurance, as well as in future SmartGrids development with integration of RES and DG. For the European Union and the Dutch Ministry of Economic affairs he participated in the set up of several research programmes and performed studies into the future of electricity supply and the reliability of the electricity network. He is actively involved in the technology strategy of KEMA for the research and laboratory developments. He is member of the working group grid infrastructure for the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and member of the Cigré working group B4-52 DC grid feasibility study and the CENELEC working group on the development of SmartGrids standards. He is an experienced lecturer on modern control systems and high voltage technology at the Arnhem Polytech.

He successfully chaired and participated at international panel sessions and conferences, delivered numerous presentations, published some 30 papers and coached some 60 undergraduate students (university and polytech) during their practical work at KEMA. He is co-author of the book “rapid current, the next revolution in electricity”.

8. Travel information

8.1 How to get to the University of Manchester The University of Manchester (www.manchester.ac.uk) is located close to both Piccadilly main line station (about two and a half hours from London) and Oxford Road train station, with Victoria train station a little further away.

For details of timetables, tickets and other rail information, please ring National Rail Enquiries on +44 (0)20 7278 5240 from overseas.

From Manchester Piccadilly railway station (Main station in Manchester) The Sackville Street area of the campus is within 5 minutes' walk of Piccadilly Station. (See Sackville Street area map below)

From Manchester airport:

Manchester Airport is one of the largest and busiest in the country. It is located about 10 miles (16km) south of the city centre, about 30 minutes from the university.

The airport has a number of transport links to the city:

• Train - The airport's two terminals are linked directly to the city centre by a fast, frequent 24 hour train link to both Piccadilly and Oxford Road stations.

• Taxi - A taxi from the airport to the University will cost approximately £15.

• Bus - Local buses also run to the Oxford Road and Sackville Street areas of the campus.

Sackville Street area map For more maps see http://www.manchester.ac.uk/visitors/travel/maps/ and the pdf campus map

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Ferranti Building is number 20 on campus map:

https://webmail.manchester.ac.uk/horde/imp/view.php?popup_view=1&mailbox=INB OX&index=3243&actionID=view_attach&id=3&mimecache=d19c7f6766214047f3e Room C18 is on the C floor.

9. Accommodation Recommended Hotels Days Hotel Manchester City (Highly recommended) Weston Bldg, Sackville Street Sackville St, City Centre Manchester, M13BB UK Maps & Directions http://www.daysinn.com/DaysInn/control/Booking/check_avail?variant=&id=1 5068&propBrandId=DI&force_nostay=false&tab=tab4 Hotel's Sunburst Rating javascript:popup=window.open('http://www.daysinn.com/DaysInn/control/Bo oking/sunb_popup','brand_logo_DI',%20'height=300,width=550,resizable=yes, scrollbars=yes');popup.focus();

Phone: 44-161-9558400 Fax: 44-161-9558050 E-Mail: reservations@days-mcc.co.uk McDonald Hotel, Manchester Hotel & Spa, London Road, Manchester, M1 2PG Tel: (+44) 0844 879 9088 http://www.macdonaldhotels.co.uk/manchester/index.htm Rooms approx £98 Ibis, Charles Street, Manchester Charles Street, Manchester M1 7DG Tel : (+44) 161 2725000 http://www.ibishotel.com/gb/hotel-3143-ibis-manchester-charles-street/index.shtml Rooms approx £60 Novotel China Town, Manchester 21 Dickinson Street, Manchester M1 4LX Tel (+44)161/2352200 http://www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-3145-novotel-manchester-centre/index.shtml Rooms approx £75 Please make sure to book your rooms in due time.

10. Organisation and contacts

10.1 Course fees

Fees for three-day course:

367.5 Euro for attendees from member universities of EES-UETP • 900 Euro for attendees from non-member universities of the EES UETP 1500 Euro for attendees from non-member industrial enterprises of the • EES-UETP

Course fees for the UK attendees from:

EES-UETP member universities •

• non-members universities of the EES-UETP

• non-member industrial enterprises of the EES-UETP can also be accepted in British Pounds (as an equivalent sum calculated on the base of Euro/GBP exchange rate on the date of transaction). Exchange rate must be specified on the bank payment form.

Course fees include lectures, course aids (lectures on CDs, leaflets, brochures, etc.) coffee breaks, lunches and course dinner.

10.2 Payment details

Attendees from the UK make their payments to:

Barclays Bank Account number: 60272663 Sort Code: 20-55-34

Attendees from abroad make their payments to:

Account number: 60272663 Sort Code: 20-55-34 Swift N: BARCGB22 IBAN N: GB05BARC20553460272663 Note

- Please, state the number RO13187 on the bank payment form

- Participants have to provide course organisers with the proof of course fees payment (i.e. invoice) by fax no later than 1 week before the course date

10.3 Dinner On the 9th of March 2011, a course dinner will be held at a restaurant in the city. Further information will be provided during the first morning session.

Please inform Galina Romanovsky (Galina.Romanovsky@manchester.ac.uk) if you will be attending.

10.4 Contacts Course Leader: Prof. V. Terzija The University of Manchester, School of School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering Ferranti Building, C8 Sackville Street, PO Box 88 Manchester M13 9PL, UK Email: vladimir.terzija@manchester.ac.uk Tel: + 44 161 306 4695 Fax: + 44 161 306 4820

personal site:



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