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Telemetry and Dispatch Control of Low Voltage Grid
Gála, Michal ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
The contents of this thesis are the introduction to mesh grids, the method of dispatch control of these grids and the description of technology used in mesh grids distribution nodes in the city of Brno. This thesis also describes low voltage switchgears used in these types of grids. The development of dispatch control in ECD company is also mentioned. The development describes the grid dispatch control methods prior to implementing the OMS system and the changes which followed after the implementation. The process improvements of the new system resulting from this thesis can be found in this thesis as well. The improvements are incorporated in the OMS system and are used for more efficient dispatch control of the low voltage mesh grids. There is a more detailed analysis of the mesh grid Brno – Bohunice in the practical part of this thesis. The practical part contains analyses of mesh grids stabilized conditions measurements and analyses of mesh grids fault conditions measurements. The analyses assess the power load in transformers, minimal and maximal phase current and maximal power load at the time they were observed. The analysis of the measured data is accompanied by the assessment of differences in current phase measurements and differences in voltage phase and combined measurements. The result, based on the analysis and collection of the data, is a proposition of adding switchgears for the support of the dispatch control of the mesh grid Brno – Bohunice. In the summary of the thesis there is a comparison of the result of the factual and theoretical analysis. An experimental model of the mesh grid Brno – Bohunice was created in PS CAD software as a part of the theoretical analysis.
Automatic Voltage Control of Distributed Generation in the E.ON Medium Voltage Grid
Skoupý, Martin ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
Content of this master`s thesis is theoretical introduction of the power factor, reactive power and voltage control of decentralised sources of the high voltage in the E.ON distribution network. Furthermore, the thesis deals with possibilities of regulating the power factor and reactive power, carried on above-mentioned resources, in other to stabilize the voltage and overflow control of the reactive power to higher voltage level. The practical part describes how the automatic power factor and voltage control had been put into action by central management control within the headquaters dispatching systém of the company. Following chapter acquaints a reader with information of how the automatic power factor and voltage control had been tested and how it is utilized in practice. In the conclusion the work summarizes results and effects of the power factor regulation and voltage control to stabilize the voltage and the overflow of the reactive power in the E.ON network.
Calculation of HV line distance relay setings
Pustowka, Pavel ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
This work is divided into practical and theoretical part. The first part deals with defective states on ehv lines, especially short-circuits and their calculation, further discusses about distance protections and the theory necessary for their correct adjustment. The second part contains practical calculation of short-circuit conditions and adjustment for distance protection on selected part of 110 kV network, belonging to EO.N company. The result of the work are values needed for adjustment all distance protection in entered part of the network.
Load Flow Calculation of Chosen Part of E.ON 110kV Grid with Analysis of Reactive Power Flow
Skoupý, Martin ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
Content of this bachelor thesis is theoretic introduction to the steady state of network and optimization of network operation from the viewpoint of reducing active power losses in the electric wiring. Furthermore, the work deals with analysis of the network traffic flow distribution of the active and reactive power and consequences of overflow of the reactive power from the medium voltage level to the high voltage level. The following part includes designing practical involvement of the area and carrying out calculations of its operation in terms of losses. Another chapter is proposition of measures to minimize the overflowing of reactive power in distribution system and its impact on reduction of operating losses in the network. In the conclusion the work summarizes results obtained and the final assessment of influence of reactive power for operation of the network.
Design of operation of a new 120 MW Maloměřice heating plant power source in E.ON 110 kV power distribution network
Janda, Petr ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Blažek, Vladimír (advisor)
Before putting new power distribution installation into operation and before the connection to grid is needed to validate connectivity of the installation. Purpose of verification is to check compliance with the technical conditions of relevant regulations. Ones of the most important conditions include compliance with the prescribed connection voltage tolerance at the connecting device – and even in the worst-case – and provide necessary short-circuit capability of the other devices in a connected grid. Main task of my master’s thesis is just checking that the voltage tolerance and the control of short-circuit resistance. The calculations were performed by using the dispatching control system that works with the current parameters of the distribution system equipment 110 kV. Theoretical part of thesis describes two main points of the method of calculating the network operation and the method of calculating short-circuit conditions. Based on these theoretical processes are relevant input data processed and evaluated in the dispatching control system. The calculation and evaluate results are presented in the final part of the master’s work.
Calculation of distance protection relay setting for 110kV line.
Bartoš, Petr ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
This work deals with both the calculation of short circuit conditions of 110 kV network in the Czech Republic. This network is divided into two parts, each of which feeds a 400/110 kV substation and the calculation is performed for different locations of a short circuit. The second part deals with the calculation of distance protection settings for one part of this network. The result of this work are the values of network parameters needed to set up distance protection, which protects our individual lines of the network.
Proposal for the Procedure of Supply Restoring for Power Plant Teplárny Brno Auxiliary System after Extensive System Fault in PS
Jára, Jaroslav ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Orságová, Jaroslava (advisor)
This work deals with the issue of supply restoring for heating plant Teplárny Brno, a. s. Špitálka division, after a system-wide failure of the “blackout”. The thesis solves the “black start” of the Špitálka Teplárny Brno operation by delivering a voltage from the hydroelectric power Vír I, proposes a methodology for commissioning of individual devices, up to phasing the generators with subsequent possibility of creating an “island mode” in the area of Brno city, which the work already does not deal with. The work also deals with the preparation of the operational test, while starts of the selected devices are tested. The schedule of commissioning of each device is supported by calculations of the parameters for the entire system with regard to voltage drops while connecting the high load. The result of this work is the proposal of methodological process of supply restoring for power plant Teplárny Brno – Špitálka division, by submission a voltage from the hydroelectric power Vír I, which can be used both in any system-wide failure of the “blackout”, or during the operational test.
Evaluation of the posibilities of the new source connection to the power system from the voltage point of view
Wasserbauer, Vojtěch ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
This work deals with examining the possibility of connecting a new source to the distribution network of 110 kV and comparing the effects on the network with the involvement of new resources into two different circuits during operation in the winter and summer. It describes a steady operation of the network and solves the conditions for adding new sources into the grid. The result of this work presents possible problems in the electricity distribution system and a proposal of their possible removal.
The calculation of 110 kV network distance protection relays setings.
Bartoš, Petr ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
This master’s thesis is about setting of distance protections. The first part is focused on a brief analysis of the basic types of failures and distance protections tripping characteristics and their co-operation with automatic re-turn. The most extensive theoretical chapter is devoted to specific influences that negatively affect the proper operation of distance protections. The practical part is about calculation of symmetrical short-circuit and dissymmetrical short-circuit conditions with consideration of fault resistance and the actual calculation settings of distance protections. Calculations of short-circuit conditions and setting of distance protections are made on a specific part of the network of E.ON in area Prostejov, which is supplied from the substation 400/110 kV Otrokovice.
Calculation of the network steady state on the voltage level 110 kV
Macháč, Petr ; Vaculík, Petr (referee) ; Mastný, Petr (advisor)
This thesis deals with load flow calculation of electrical network 110 kV before and after the connection to the 70MW gas supply and the 58MW steam and gas supply. This grid can be powered from two 400/110kV substations, namely Sokolnice and Otrokovice. The load flow calculation is realized for the power supply either from Otrokovice or Sokolnice. Furthermore, the calculation of the uni-phase and three phase short circuits in the substations of 110kV network is realized in this thesis. The result of the thesis is the assessment of the voltage ratio in the network, current load of the power line and short circuit resistance of the substations.

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