
Load Flow Calculation and Design of Distance Protection Relay Settings of 110 kV Overhead Line
Jasenský, Filip ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
Bachelor thesis load flow calculation and design of distance protection relay settings of 110 kV overhead line acquaints with the theory calculation of steady operation, shortcircuit conditions and a proposal setting the distance protection. The theoretical part is made an example of a simple calculation to show leadership methods of calculation. The practical part is a calculation of steady operation and shortcircuit conditions. Shortcircuit ratios are calculated for a single operation and parallel operation of transformers in Otrokovice. Calculated using the initial shock symmetrical output from the calculation of shortcircuit conditions is verified by short circuit resistance of substations. The practical section setting the distance protection ABB REL 316*4 and compensation earth faults. Calculation of steady state and shortcircuit conditions designed basic operational state of the network, for which the design of a distance protection relay settings.


The Influence of Photovoltaic Power Plants Disconnection During Frequency Deviations
Jasenský, Filip ; Máslo, Karel (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
The master thesis The Influence of Photovoltaic Power Plants Disconnection During Frequency Deviations introduce reader to the theory of frequency regulation in the electric power system. The theoretical part introduces regulation reserve that are used by transmission system operator to balance power imbalances. In the next part is made introduction to the system state classification and knowledge of European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity about unsolicited disconnection of photovoltaic plants. The theoretical part of the recommendations and simulations is followed by a part of the work in which the analysis of the implementation of the frequency boundary in which the photovoltaic power plants are operated in selected states of synchronously interconnected Europe. The master thesis continues to explain the origin of power imbalances by introducing a theory of electricity trading. Deterministic frequency deviations are one of the causes of the occurrence of frequent imbalances in the system and are discussed in the following chapter together with a proposal for a possible solution. In the last part of the master thesis are presented simulations that were made to determine the impact of the speed control regulator in the Czech Republic on unsolicited disconnection of photovoltaic power plants.


The Influence of Photovoltaic Power Plants Disconnection During Frequency Deviations
Jasenský, Filip ; Máslo, Karel (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
The master thesis The Influence of Photovoltaic Power Plants Disconnection During Frequency Deviations introduce reader to the theory of frequency regulation in the electric power system. The theoretical part introduces regulation reserve that are used by transmission system operator to balance power imbalances. In the next part is made introduction to the system state classification and knowledge of European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity about unsolicited disconnection of photovoltaic plants. The theoretical part of the recommendations and simulations is followed by a part of the work in which the analysis of the implementation of the frequency boundary in which the photovoltaic power plants are operated in selected states of synchronously interconnected Europe. The master thesis continues to explain the origin of power imbalances by introducing a theory of electricity trading. Deterministic frequency deviations are one of the causes of the occurrence of frequent imbalances in the system and are discussed in the following chapter together with a proposal for a possible solution. In the last part of the master thesis are presented simulations that were made to determine the impact of the speed control regulator in the Czech Republic on unsolicited disconnection of photovoltaic power plants.


Load Flow Calculation and Design of Distance Protection Relay Settings of 110 kV Overhead Line
Jasenský, Filip ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
Bachelor thesis load flow calculation and design of distance protection relay settings of 110 kV overhead line acquaints with the theory calculation of steady operation, shortcircuit conditions and a proposal setting the distance protection. The theoretical part is made an example of a simple calculation to show leadership methods of calculation. The practical part is a calculation of steady operation and shortcircuit conditions. Shortcircuit ratios are calculated for a single operation and parallel operation of transformers in Otrokovice. Calculated using the initial shock symmetrical output from the calculation of shortcircuit conditions is verified by short circuit resistance of substations. The practical section setting the distance protection ABB REL 316*4 and compensation earth faults. Calculation of steady state and shortcircuit conditions designed basic operational state of the network, for which the design of a distance protection relay settings.
