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LED luminaire control
Jankovský, Martin ; Zemánek, Miroslav (referee) ; Boušek, Jaroslav (advisor)
The main topics of the thesis are luminaries based on LED technology and methods for driving them. The aim of theoretical part is to offer basic knowledge about LEDs, their categories, advantages and disadvantages. The basic methods for driving LED modules are also presented. Based on these facts the design of LED switching power supply for street lighting is presented. The aim is to reach high power factor. The function of the devices is presented by examining parts of the power supply.
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.
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.
The Methodics of TC Addition to the Power Infrastructure
Trůčka, Martin ; Zíka, Josef (referee) ; Kříž, Jiří (advisor)
The aim of Bachelor work is to describe the methodology of TC addition to the power infrastructure. The first part is focused on a description of TC features and also on the way how to add TC to the power infrastructure. The thesis also contains other possibilities of solution with respect to the theoretical resources. The attention is also focused on a particular method of projecting TC addition to the power infrastructure to achieve maximum protection against power failure and other phenomena.
Reactive Power Compensation of The Industrial Consumer
Hanzelka, Jiří ; Holoubek, Jiří (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
This thesis is focused on reactive power compensation and it suggests new conceptions for industrial customers. The first part describes the basics of compensation, location and ways of compensation. In conclusion of this part it is a good example of parallel reactive power compensation. The second part deals with the design of reactive power compensation specifically for raw water pumping station. Compensation was solved both on a low voltage level and on the high voltage level. For drawings were used program EPLAN Electric P8.
Design of permanent magnet generator
Štencl, Michal ; Huzlík, Rostislav (referee) ; Ondrůšek, Čestmír (advisor)
This thesis deals with electromagnetic design of synchronous generator with permanent magnets. The aim of this work is verify already made prototype of generator, which after testing has problem with warming of permanent magnets and winding. The work includes electromagnetic design of the machine, simulation through RMxprt and comparison with prototype of generator. The thesis includes also simulations operating conditions through Maxwell 2D and Maxwell 3D.
Reconfiguration of an industrial distribution system including local power source integration
Benetka, Tomáš ; Holoubek, Jiří (referee) ; Drápela, Jiří (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with reconfiguration of industrial network that has been technologically reconstructed. The aim of this study is mostly to describe changes made on devices used for reactive power compensation and improving the power quality. Thesis is divided into two parts. Theoretical part of thesis deals with parameters used for judging power quality and causes of changes for these parameters, eventually with devices for its adjustment. Standard demands for these parameters are also included. Further, reactive power compensation, extract of reactive power appliance and their influence on power network is described in this thesis. In the second - practical - part devices used for reactive power compensation were reconstructed. This part is also focused on local energy source integration and usage of power electronic engineering products for power quality provision.
Stabilized operation of the 220 kV power line
Staněk, Pavel ; Ptáček, Michal (referee) ; Blažek, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis deals with methods of solving lines under voltage levels of very high transmission voltage and extra high voltage. The first, theoretical part of this paper analyses different methods how such lines are solved. In particular, an accurate solution is provided simulated by means of a line with evenly distributed parameters, and an approximate solution simulated by means of a line with lumped parameters. Furthermore, special cases of steady running conditions of the line are reviewed, such as no-load running, short-circuit and line operation with natural load. In conclusion of the theoretical part is given a general method of solving an extra-high-tension and extra high voltage network; also, some graphical methods of solving such networks are shown including their brief description. The second, practical part of the present paper involves application of the above mentioned methods of solution on a specific line with given parameters, solving conditions at the power line under steady running conditions and in special cases of the line operation. The conclusion of the thesis summarizes the obtained results.
The reactive power compensation of the industrial consumer
Doseděl, Tomáš ; Martinák, Rostislav (referee) ; Toman, Petr (advisor)
This thesis is about reactive-power compensation used in real practise. In theoretical part, basic principles of reactive-power compensation are stated. Also, charges for breaching power factor and overview of individual compensation components are dealth with. Practical part is about the design of a low voltage compensator for industrial customer.Compensator uses central compensation with gradual switching.
Three Phase Line Active Rectifier
Miko, Radoslav ; Patočka, Miroslav (referee) ; Červinka, Dalibor (advisor)
Diploma thesis deals with problems of power factor correction and total harmonic distortion of line current in three phase industrial power supplies. It focuses mainly on using of single phase active PFC topologies based on the principle of step up converter, which are applicable to three phase systems. Verification of operation and comparison of parameters of several circuits was done by simulation in program Matlab Simulink. Then for selected circuit of active PFC was done complete design. The result is a prototype of single phase active PFC circuit with an output power 2 kW for input voltage range from 180 to 528 V (47 – 63 Hz) and a prototype of three phase active PFC circuit with an output power 6 kW for input voltage range from 3 x 180 to 3 x 528 V (47 – 63 Hz).

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