Pscad - Power Systems & Renewable Energy A-Z

Pscad - Power Systems & Renewable Energy  A-Z

Published 9/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 498.04 MB | Duration: 1h 12m

Learn how to use PSCAD from scratch and be confident on performing power systems studeies

What you'll learn
Learn how to use PSCAD software and its features
Learn how to design basic circuits in PSCAD
Learn how to perform different simulations and plot the signals in PSCAD
Learn how to build a Wind Turbine Model from scratch
Basic computers skills
Basic electrical engineering and power systems skills
Time domain simulation software called PSCAD (Power Systems Computer Aided Design) is used to study transients in electrical networks. It is a set of applications that provide an electromagnetic transients software with a graphical, Unix-based user interface (EMTP). It also goes by the name PSCAD/EMTDC. It is a crucial component of PSCAD since it establishes the simulation software that comes with PSCAD with its library of power system component models and processes. Together, they offer a quick, adaptable, and precise answer for the time-domain program that is effective for modeling a range of electrical power system transients and control networks. The user-friendly PSCAD interface now allows engineers and end users to take advantage of EMTDC's functionality. This comprehensive visual environment provides circuit assembly, run-time control, analysis, and reporting while executing a simulation. In other words, PSCAD is a program that uses intelligent ways to computerize power quality assessments for increased efficiency and accuracy because manual analysis requires a lot of time and specialized expertise. In this course as well, it is time to move on to a more sophisticated topic addressing power systems after mastering the foundations and becoming comfortable in the PSCAD environment. A wind turbine will be built and linked to a synchronous permanent magnet generator and the grid through a completely bridged AC/DC/AC converter. Along with modeling the wind turbine, this course will also cover PSCAD's DC components, synchronous machines, and other features.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 PSCAD Main Interface Window
Section 2: Creating a project
Lecture 2 Creating New Project - Adjusting canva
Lecture 3 Creating New Project - Adjust Project Settings
Lecture 4 Modeling AC 3 Phase Source
Lecture 5 Modeling 3 Phase Load
Lecture 6 Connecting elements
Section 3: Dynamic Simulation
Lecture 7 Configure and perform dynamic simulation
Lecture 8 Logging signals
Lecture 9 Plotting in PSCAD
Section 4: Simulate a fault
Lecture 10 Diagram expansion
Lecture 11 Preparing fault and breaker
Lecture 12 Applying fault
Section 5: Sequences
Lecture 13 Creating and applying sequences
Electrical Engineers,Plant Control Engineers,Renewable Energy Engineer,Electrical Engineering students.

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