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Swayam

Advances in UHV Transmission and Distribution

Indian Institute of Science Bangalore and NPTEL via Swayam

Overview

This course introduces the recent advances in EHV/UHV transmission and distribution systems. The course emphasizes learning and understanding the newer design criteria required for the UHV transmission systems viz: insulation design, protections, safety concerns etc. The course starts with an introduction to the importance of EHV /UHV transmission, its present and future growth. The discussion on the various components used for UHV transmission, design considerations for UHV substations etc are strengthened with the aid of lectures, practical video demonstrations and assignment exercises.INTENDED AUDIENCE : 3rd or 4th year UG, 1st year masters and research studentsPREREQUISITES : Basic Electrical Engg

Syllabus

Module 1 : Introduction to the development of Power Transmission. Module 2 : Recent advances in UHV power transmission systems; present status and future growth.
Module 3 : General Design Criteria for overhead transmission lines: Methodologies,reliability, wind/ice loading etcModule 4 : Major Components of HV transmission systems, types of conductor configurations conductor accessories/clamps etc.
Module 5 : Towers for UHV transmission: calculations of clearances for power frequency, switching and lightning surges, right of way(ROW)etc.Module 6 : Selection of insulators for light, medium and heavy polluted areas Module 7 : Up-gradation of existing transmission linesModule 8 : Design consideration of UHV substations, Comparison of AIS, Hybrid-AIS and GIS electric and magnetic fields. Module 9 : Insulation coordination for UHV systems Module 10 : Earthling and safety measures for UHV substation

Taught by

Prof. Subba Reddy B

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