Power Electronics and Distributed Generation Video Lectures

Power Electronics and Distributed Generation
'Power Electronics and Distributed Generation' Video Lectures by Dr. Vinod John from IISc Bangalore
"Power Electronics and Distributed Generation" - Video Lectures
1. Course introduction and overview
2. Distributed generation technologies
3. Distributed storage technologies
4. Distribution system protection
5. Circuit breaker coordination
6. Symmetrical component analysis and sequence excitation
7. Modeling of distribution system components
8. Protection components
9. Impact of distributed generation of distribution protection
10. Consumption and distribution grounding
11. Islanding of distribution systems
12. Modeling of islanded distribution systems
13. Distribution system problems and examples
14. Distribution system problems and examples continued
15. Anti-islanding methods
16. Solid state circuit switching
17. Relaying for distributed generation
18. Feeder voltage regulation
19. Grounding, distribution protection coordination problems and examples
20. Ring and network distribution
21. Economic evaluation of DG systems
22. Design for effective initial cost
23. Single phase inverters
24. DC bus design in voltage source inverter
25. Electrolytic capacitor reliability and lifetime
26. Inverter switching and average model
27. Common mode and differential mode model of inverters
28. Two leg single phase inverter
29. Distribution system problems, and examples
30. DG evaluation problems and examples
31. Switch selection in two level voltage source inverters and loss evaluation
32. Thermal model, management and cycling failure of IGBT modules
33. Semiconductor switch design reliability considerations
34. AC filters for grid connected inverters
35. AC inductor design and need for LCL filter
36. LCL filter design
37. Examples in power electronic design for DG systems
38. Examples in power electronic design for DG systems continued
39. Higher order passive damping design for LCL filters
40. Balance of hardware component for inverters in DG systems
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