EE 769: Power System Reliability and Resilience
This course will cover the following topics: (1) General reliability and resilience modeling and evaluation; (2) Reliability and resilience modeling and analysis of electric power systems; (3) Generation adequacy assessment using discrete convolution: discrete convolution of generation and load models; (4) Composite power system reliability evaluation; and (5) Power system resilience enhancement: Application of game theory in enhancing power system resilience.
EE 768: Power System Stability and Control
Small-signal stability; transient stability (time-domain simulations and direct methods);voltage stability; subsynchronous oscillations; frequency control and stability; power system stability in presence of renewable energy sources; methods to enhance power system stability.
Fall 2019, Fall 2021
EE 362 Signals and Systems
Linear systems and convolution; analysis of continuous and discrete signals and systems in time and frequency domain: orthogonality and Fourier series; continuous and discrete Fourier transforms; Laplace transform, z-transform; and sampling theorem.
Fall 2016, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Spring 2020, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021
EE 445/645 Power System Operation and Control with Renewable Energy Sources
This course describes how large-scale interconnected power systems and energy markets are structured and governed in the U.S. It introduces the fundamentals of power system operation, and compares the deregulated power system environment with the previous custom of regulated environments. The impacts of wind, solar, geothermal based power generation on power system operation and energy markets are introduced by analyzing the benefits as well as the challenges in power system operation concurrently. Main functions of an Energy Management System (EMS) are introduced such as economic dispatch, contingency analysis, security constrained unit commitment and security constrained optimal power flow.
EE 221 Circuits II
Steady state analysis of linear circuits with two energy storage elements; AC steady state power analysis;frequency response of electric circuits involving Bode Plot;analyzing electric circuits using Laplace Transforms;analysis and design of simple low-pass, band-pass and high-pass lumped element filters; and analysis of two, three port networks and network transformations.