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All course descriptions may be subject to change. Updated information on the course schedule, reading material, teaching and learning activities, and assessment methods will be introduced in the learning management system Canvas at the beginning of the semester. Up dated May 15th 2020 T - 866 - HIVO HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING 8 ECTS Year of study: First year MSc . Seme ster: Fall. Level of course: 5. Second cycle, intermediate. Type of course: Core for MSc Electrical Power Engineering, elective for other programs. Prerequisites: No prerequisites. Schedule: Runs for 12 we eks – 6 teaching hours a week. In fall semester 2020, the course is run as an intensive, project oriented course for 3 weeks – 4 teaching hours a day. Supervisor: Ragnar Kristjnsson . Lecturer: NN. Learning outcome: Knowledge: By t he end of the course the students will be able: • to understand basic concepts and phenomena relevant to dimensioning and evaluation of high voltage (HV) components with regard to electrical, electro - mechanical, and thermal stress of insulators and conductors, • to identify key component’s parameters and defi ne critical quantities/f igures of HV components, • to examine the influence of the identified component’s parameters on the c ritical quantities/figures, • to differentiate and subsequently prioritise the critical figures with regard to safe and reliable oper ation of a particular comp onent/insulator, as well as • to reliably estimate values and uncertainties of relevant figures. Skills: By the completion of the course the students should be able: • to identify electric field characteristics (as well other related quantities, e.g., tempera ture, pressure, current, etc.,) and material parameters appropria te for a particular HV problem, • to use analytical methods to estimate: HV components/insulation characteristics, potential relief in the electric stress due to prope r component dimensioning/g rading, possible value of electric field bui ld up due to insulation defects, • to develop, modify and, use finite - difference numerical codes for computing and visualization of electric fi elds and voltage di

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stributions, • to set up an d use electric schematic e valuators for steady - state and transient thermal analyses and a mpacity evaluation of HV cables, • to simulate elec tric stress using CST EM studio, • to make a state of the art review on a particular HV problem using available database s (e.g., ieeexplore), as w ell as to evaluate reliability of the available formulas and approaches for HV problems. Competence: By the completion of the course, the students should have develop ed a basic vision of existing methods and tools relevant to desi gn and analysis of HV components/insulators. Completion of the course assignments requires the student (a) to elaborate the work plan for every assignment, (b) to list modelling approximatio ns/assumptions, (c) to define the figures of interest, (d) to configure evaluation tools, (e) to interpret the evaluation results, (f) to present the completed assignment in the form of a report describing the problem formulation, description of methods, r esults, conclusion, and bibliography. All course descriptions may be subject to change. Updated information on the course schedule, reading material, teaching and learning activities, and assessment methods will be introduced in the learning management system Canvas at the beginning of the semester. Up dated May 15th 2020 Content: • Electric field characteristics. Analytical estimation of electric fields. • Numerical computing of voltage distributions and electric fields using Finite - Difference codes. Numerical solving of Laplace E quation. • Numerical analysis of E - fields using CST EM Studio. • Generation of DC, AC and impulse high - voltages. • Measurement of DC, AC and impulse high - voltages. • Breakdown in gases, liquids, and solid dielectrics. Application of insulating materials in electrical components. Design of insulators. • Overvoltage p henomenon. Reading material: Will be introduced in the learning management system Canvas at the beginning of the semester. T eaching and learning activities: Lectures and practical (project) sessions. Assessment methods: Projects (incl. project reports): 3 x 25% = 75%; Subject reviews (incl. ppt - present ations): 2 x 12.5% = 25%. Language of instruction: English