Electrical Power Management
After this course students will be able to:
- Understand key issues of electrical energy management by placing them properly under the following perspectives: supply / demand and power quality;
- Know how to apply key techniques of rational use of energy;
- Design active systems of energy management, including building management systems;
- Analyse and interpret data regarding power quality;
- Participate in energy audits.
Rui Miguel Amaral Lopes
Weekly - 2
Total - 56
- Evan Mills, “Building Commissioning - A Golden Opportunity for Reducing Energy Costs and Greenhouse Gas Emissions,” Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Berkeley, July 21, 2009
- Garde, Francois / Ayoub, Josef / Aelenei, Daniel / Aelenei, Laura / Scognamiglio, Alessandra (eds.), “Solution Sets for Net-Zero Energy Buildings: Feedback from 30 Buildings Worldwide,” Wiley, April 2017
- Albert Thumann, Terry Niehus, William J. Younger, “HANDBOOK OF ENERGY AUDITS,” The Fairmont Press, Inc, CRC Press, 9ed, 2013
The concepts and techniques are explained by the teacher in the classroom. In classes students will test their knowledge by solving problems and discussing concrete case studies.
Students are assessed through two examinations (40% + 60%) or final exam (100%)
Mandatory participation in the laboratory/demonstration classes.
Electric Power Management - Introduction
Energy Efficiency and Commissioning
Energy Efficiency in Drive Systems
Energy Efficiency in Buildings
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