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Analysis of the impacts of DS element failures on reliability indicators
Vachutka, Ondřej ; Hanuš, Radek (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
Bachelor's thesis deals with the impacts of distribution network element failures on reliability indicators. Therefore it makes basic description of the reliability, the reliability indicators or the regulation of continuity in distribution of electric power. It also presents main results of the identification and evaluation of individual 22 kV elements failures in distribution network of PREdistribuce, a. s. between 2011 to 2016.
Potential Production of Electric Energy by Photovoltaic Power Stations on the Roof Installation in Municipality up to 3000 Residents
Štefek, Martin ; Ptáček, Michal (referee) ; Paar, Martin (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to determine the maximum technical potential of photovoltaic roof power stations of the municipality with up to 3,000 inhabitants. The thesis proposes its own procedure enabling a quick determination of the maximum size of the installation for each house based on the ČSN EN 15316-4-3 standard. The proposed methodology is applied on the municipality Moravany u Brna. For overall estimation of the photovoltaic potential of the municipality, other methodologies using only statistical data are applied and compared with proposed methodology. Last section of the thesis deals with the estimation of the load caused by a large number of small photovoltaic roof installations.
Reactive power changes at the TSO-DSO interconnection point by RES power factor regulation
Pololáník, Pavel ; Fiala, Zbyněk (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the long-term development of active, and primarily reactive energy flow at 110/22 kV distribution transformation points in the E. ON distribution network. It compares two different areas (city vs. countryside), differing in type of used distribution network and in composition of decentralized energy resources. Another point of this thesis is to describe current controlling possibilities for decentralized resources installed to the voltage level of 22 kV considering reactive power compensation. Thesis introduces proposed methods and conditions used in remote mass controlling of power factor of decentralized resources. There is mentioned an evaluation of an already performed test whose purpose was to verify possibility of influencing reactive power at the interconnection point between distribution and transmission system. The factors causing the overflow reactive power were analysed. In this thesis were analysed factors, which causing overflow reactive power from distribution to the transmission system. This analysis will be the basis for future use of mass reactive power regulation.
Design of LV distribution network reconstruction within the long-term network development strategies
Navrátil, Stanislav ; Wasserbauer, Vojtěch (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design a low voltage distribution grid. The thesis includes theoretical knowledge related to this topic. Great emphasis is placed on development strategies in the area of low voltage distribution networks. A practical part of the thesis is focused on analysis of the real low voltage distribution grid followed by designing reconstruction solution. This solution is based on technical standards ČSN, PNE and procedures used in ČEZ Distribuce, a.s. company. For this purpose computing software DAISY Bizon Projektant will be used.
Model comparison of restoration paths for a system power station in MODES and PSCAD
Peterka, Michal ; Helbich, Jiří (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
The thesis deals with the comparison of two restoration paths in case of the black start in the MODES and PSCAD simulation programs. The aim was to compare the voltage waveforms in individual nodes and the system frequency. At the same time, simulations were compared with a real test. The route models in the MODES program were created earlier and the task was to create the same routes in the PSCAD program using the parameters available from the MODES program. The route models in the PSCAD environment included both the original and the new models of individual elements, which had to be assembled from function blocks. The results of the programs differed slightly, which was caused mainly by the differences of some elements that were used. In the thesis, all the necessary information was stated to make the simulations repeatable.
Compensation of reactive power to avoid its overflow into the MV system
Jurák, Viktor ; Ptáček, Michal (referee) ; Orságová, Jaroslava (advisor)
This master thesis is focused on analysis of reactive power flow in LV and MV networks. In the first part there is a definition of reactive power and description of individual parts of electrical networks that contribute with their reactive power to distribution network. The second part is dedicated to calculation of power flow in simulation software PSS® Sincal where on numerical models of network different types of network configuration are tested and consequently its influence on reactive power flow is evaluated. A more detailed analysis is dedicated to reactive power compensation in networks with distributed generation equipped with Volt-Var regulation and its possible negative mutual influence. This thesis also includes general recommendation on the basis of network simulation analysis concerning installation of compensating systems in distribution transformer station.
Analysis of parallel operation of nodal areas of 110 kV Krasikov and Neznasov transformers stations
Kostkan, Petr ; Kopička, Marek (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
Currently, the nodal areas of Neznášov substation and Krasíkov substation, which belong to ČEZd distribution network 110 kV – East, are operand as separate units. In the defined setting, each nodal area comprises of two 400/110 kV transformers. In the case of failure of the transformer T401 or T402, the criterion N-1 for twenty percent of the rated output is not met. Such problem can be solved by parallel operation of nodal areas of Neznášov substation and Krasíkov substation. The principal as well as practical aim of this thesis is to interconnect the bridge operated connection in separated areas into parallel/loop operation of nodal areas (supplied by 400/110 kV transformers). Computing software is used to calculate the steady state and short-circuit conditions in the distribution network 110 kV for separate and parallel operation of mentioned nodal areas. Power flow analysis is aimed at assessment and evaluation of voltage conditions, transformers loading (400/110 kV and 110/vn) as well as 110 kV lines loading. Obtained short-circuit indices is used to examine short-circuit, withstand capability of the 110 kV substation. Finally, benefits as well as drawbacks of the separate and parallel operation are compared and evaluated. If necessary, the technical arrangements are proposed/designed in order to allow parallel operation of nodal areas Neznášov substation and Krasíkov substation.
The partial model of sewage treatment plant
Novák, Petr ; Ptáček, Michal (referee) ; Radil, Lukáš (advisor)
The thesis deals with wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). For the energetic self-sufficiency of the WWTP, it is necessary to study the operational background, equipment and their possible operational prediction for energy distribution over time and adaptation to any renewable energy (RES). It is also possible to optimize the operation to maximize the equalization of the input power. We're talking about small WWTPs up to 500 EP. Large purification blocks are also an option. The student will evaluate the current state of knowledge and try to design and possibly implement the financial savings of the given concept.
Design and development of the electrostatic precipitator
Kvasnička, Karel ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design of an electrostatic precipitator and familiarization with the problems of separation on these separators. The aim of this work is to construct a functional model of an electrostatic precipitator. The principle of operation and design will be described. In addition, the design of a separator is elaborated, which was subsequently realized and experimentally verified in the CVVOZE Power Laboratories Research Infrastructure. The first part deals with the description of the legislation on air protection, the most frequent input material of separators and descriptions of the basic types of separators. In addition, the electric separator, its area of use, construction and individual components, as well as the undesirable operating state of the separator, are further elaborated. In the second part are presented the equations and calculations for the design of the separator. In the next part, the separator designer and his laboratory tests are described. The separator was subjected to basic voltage tests from the viewpoint of its operating voltage. Its functionality fits the realized experiments up to 30 kV. On the basis of this work and the production of the equipment, it is possible in the future to test the properties of flue gases and other gases.
Operation of embedded cable lines into HV distribution grid
Černý, Tomáš ; Wasserbauer, Vojtěch (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
The thesis focuses on a section of cable line inserted into overhead high voltage power line. The essence is a description of the benefits, risks and impacts of the operation of such sections in terms of protection, transition processes. etc. The thesis also includes economical comparison of an acquisition and operating costs of both overhead and cable line. The topic of this thesis was given by ČEZ Distribuce a.s.

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