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MV netwok design for 75 new houses in Damborice
Makuta, Peter ; Novák, Vojtěch (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
Content of this thesis is medium voltage network design for seventy five houses in Damborice. At the beginning author discuss about history of transmission network and distribution network. Next topic is about steady state of network. In theoretic part are different solving methods of linear and non-linear simultaneous equations discussed. Author describes four methods – method of node voltages, elimination of balance node, Gauss-Seidel and Newton method. The electric properties of both the overhead transmission lines and cable lines and their variety are part of this work too. There is purpose, forms and parameters of transformers described. Simplicity of author’s design should reduce the usage of many electrical elements visible to residents.
Wind Turbine Model for Research and Laboratory Applications
Števček, Tomáš ; Ptáček, Michal (referee) ; Mastný, Petr (advisor)
A major portion of this thesis is devoted to the Whisper 200 wind turbine model in Matlab-Simulink environment. The turbine is installed at the Department of Electrical Power Engineering, FEEC BUT. In the model, several types of simulations can be executed. On that basis, the power curve and mathematical relationships between wind speed and other physical quantities, such as RPM, electic current, and voltage, were obtained. Comparisons of the simulations' results with measurement data illustrate adequate agreement, but limitations of the model remain significant, as is exhaustively documented and commented upon in the thesis. As a partial advancement towards elimination of the model's deficiencies, conditions for substantial performance improvements of the dynamic simulation have been elaborately derived.
Proposal of measures in the low voltage network for the implementation of renewable sources and electromobility according to scenarios NAP SG
Vojtěch, Jan ; Kučera, Michal (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
The thesis analyzes legislative and strategic documents of the European Union and the Czech Republic which set targets in environment and energy area in 2030, alternatively in 2040. The individual chapter is dedicated to national action plans, where the most important is National Action Plan for Smart Grids setting specific requirements for future development of smart grids. The thesis contains analysis of distribution network in the municipality of Následovice and simplifying assumptions for the implementation of calculation. There are also introduced scenarios which have been used for the calculation of the distribution network with its results. Potential defects of the distribution network are commented with suggested solutions. The calculations were repeated to verify the solutions. Results are recapitulated in an individual chapter. Graphical outputs of the calculations can be found in the attachement.
Simulation of steady-state and dynamic behavior of low-temperature fuel cell
Smugala, Ondrej ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis is concerned with mathematic modelling of low temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC). First part of the thesis is focused on explaining the principle of production of electricity by this type of source. The main advantages and disadvantages of this technology are presented there. A division of fuel cells according to the stack temperature and the kind of used electrolyte is also made in this part. Typical technical information is mentioned for every type of fuel cell. The rest of thesis is concerned with the PEMFC. Firstly there is a description of construction of fuel cell and a presentation of applications in the industry. The second part of work includes a mathematical description of steady and dynamic behavior of fuel cell which is based on relations among fundamental parameters and quantities. The other part contains all results of simulation which was made on a model created in Matlab Simulink. Comparison of the results of real measurement with the results of simulation which was performed on a modified model is provided in the last part of thesis.
The development of the model of PV system for electric water heating
Sochor, Tomáš ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
This thesis deals with designing of a model of a photovoltaic system for domestic water heating in program PSCAD. In theoretical part, an analysis of photovoltaic systems regarding their connection to electrical grid is made. Then a description of chosen concepts of photovoltaic systems for domestic water heating is made. Furthemore, a photovoltaic cell is described with regard to its mathematical description and influence of different parameters on its volt-ampere characteristics. Also, a common topologies of DC-DC converters are described. Control is also related to these converters, that is why a fundamental MPPT algorithms are described. Practical part deals with designing of chosen concepts of photovoltaic systems for domestic water heating in program PSCAD. A basic simulations with regard to behavior of these systems are performed, especially a relationship with respect to irradiance and temperature. Simulations are then discussed in the conclusion.
Analysis of the legitimacy of use of solar trackers for photovoltaic systems in a given area
Hořava, Pavel ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with the Analysis of justifiability of use of solar trackers for photovoltaic systems in given locality. The principle of the photovoltaic transformation, kinds of photovoltaic panels, legislation and a suitability of the Czech republic for photovoltaic systems are roughly characterized in the first part. The second part is about the systems of tracking the photovoltaic panel to the sun and the stationary placement photovoltaic panel. The possibilities of increasing of power of photovoltaic panel and the factors, which influent the power of photovoltaic panel, are detailly described in the third part. The photovoltaic system in given lokality is designed in the fourth part. The experiments are designed, realised and evaluated in the next parts. The experiments are focused on practical verification of the power of stationary placed panel during the day and the year. The last part of this bachelor’s thesis deals with the evaluation of justifiability of use of solar trackers for photovoltaic systems in given locality from many points of view.
Design of a 22 kV network in the Lipno area after the integration of the new 110/22 kV transformer station
Žižlavský, Jakub ; Koudelka, Jan (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of a new 110/22 kV substation in Horní Planá. The substation design addresses, for example, the issue of reducing the load of surrounding power lines from 110/22 kV substations, reducing the size of short-circuit ratios in the surrounding system, reliability and continuity of supply, etc. Furthermore, loads of individual outgoing feeders from the surrounding substations are analyzed, in case they will be connected to a new substation. Following this, the work also addresses the related new decay points of the lines, which are determined by calculation and simulation in the Grizzly program. The simulation results could be used to compare the current load status of individual lines and contribute to the assessment of the possible benefits of both the new substation and the implementation of other modern technologies for faster and more efficient measurement and handling during operating and fault conditions.
Energy self-sufficiency of small sewage treatment plant
Leksa, František ; Pěcha, Jiří (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
The thesis presents basic information from the area of small wastewater treatment plants. It also deals with the theoretical description of the solar radiation issue and describes the modeling of the photovoltaic cell and the selected type of battery. On the basis of the theoretical knowledge obtained, a model of the system representing the cooperation of the wastewater treatment plant with other energy sources is proposed. The model is created in PSCAD system and its function is verified in several operating scenarios. Depending on this, the work evaluates the achievements of individual operating scenarios that demonstrate different energy requirements for the system as a whole.
Design of technical measures in LV distribution network with a high value of short-circuit currents
Šmehlík, Daniel ; Bátora, Branislav (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
This bachelor thesis discusses the sizing and the possibility of reducing large short circuit ratios. For a specific scheme of an industrial building, which will be fed from three transformers, the sizing will be done by means of the SICHR program. The specific objective of the technical solution is to be able to use modular circuit breakers with a ripping capability of short-circuit currents up to 10 kA in the terminal switchboards. Another objective of the work is to perform an economic evaluation of the proposed solution, or to optimize the design from the point of view of the economic aspect in meeting the technical requirements.
Complex design of the overhead line section of the transmission system
Reiskup, Filip ; Valiga, Matěj (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
The aim of thesis is a design of overhead lines of transmission system under specific weather conditions in given area. Furthermore, it gives a summary about the transmission and distribution systems and describes basics of overhead lines, used conductors and pylons in Czech Republic. It also presents the issue of climate conditions having a eminent influence on overhead lines. Moreover, theoretical part of thesis contains conductor mechanics and also mentions asymmetric state of overhead lines. Practical part deals with a design of specific part of overhead lines at voltage level of 400 kV and generally evaluates area where lines would be operated. In this area the new power energy source is hypothetically planned and therefore thesis analyzes possible variants of connection this source to transmission system. For one of these variants there are the calculations of two sections of the overhead lines under different weather conditions in more detail. The results bring longitudinal profile and assembling table for each section and they demonstrate the major impact of icing on the overhead lines.

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