ECE 753 Computational Methods for Power Systems Section: 601
This course is designed to introduce computational methods used for power grid operation and planning. The course will help students understand the various computational methods that form the basis of major commercial software packages used by grid analysts and operators. Students are expected to have some basic understanding of principles of power system analysis including power system models, power flow calculation, economic dispatch, reliable and stability analysis. The course covers the following computational methods commonly used in power grid operation and planning: Locational Marginal Pricing Schemes, Game Theory, Unconstrained Optimization, Linear Programming, Non-linear Constrained Optimization, and Forecasting Methods.
Engineering Online GRAD
- Classes Start:January 7, 2019
- Classes End:April 26, 2019
- Distance Education: Yes
- Class Type: Lecture
- Credits: 3.00
- Delivery Method: Internet
- Restrictions: ONLY distance-track students with grad standing in CN, CE, EE, or EPSE may register. All other students must request enrollment through the EOL Registration System (http://go.ncsu.edu/eol_registration).