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Expected prior knowledge 
Calculus, linear algebra, elementary physics

Parts 
Lecture 1: Introduction and basics for power system analysis Lecture 2: Power Generation Lecture 3: Power Utilization and Power Electronic Conversion Lecture 4: Power Transmission Lecture 5: Power System Control Lecture 6: Energy management systems Lecture 7: Electricity Markets

Course Contents 
This course introduces the fundamentals of electrical power systems analysis in steadystate operating conditions. First, the basics of alternating current (AC) systems, operation of interconnected systems, phasor calculation, and perunit systems are overviewed. Next, important aspects concerning the working principles and modelling of the components involved in power generation, transmission, and control are studied. The final stage covers the theory behind load flow calculation and control of electrical power systems.

Study Goals 
After attending this course, the students are able to:
1) Describe the working principles of the main components of interconnected power systems. 2) Perform numerical analysis of interconnected power systems with respect to their behavior in steadystate conditions. 3) Define solutions for operational problems.

Education Method 
Theory and exercise lectures

Books 
Pieter Schavemaker, and Lou van der Sluis, “Electrical Power System Essentials", John Wiley and Sons, 2008, ISBN: 9780470510278.

Prerequisites 
ET3365TUD1 Introduction to Electrical Power Engineering part 1

Assessment 
Written exam
