Extensive electricity utilization represents one of the hallmarks of a modern society. In this course, the basic concepts related to use of electric energy in various industrial applications and important issues related to such usage will be examined. The course also discusses issues related to economics of energy system usage and the concept of load management. The primary objective of the course is to provide students with the skills to understand the analytical methods and modern tools for solution of problems associated with utilization of electric energy in industrial sectors.
- Industrial Load Characteristics
- Electrical Drives and Industrial Applications
- Industrial Power Factor Control
- Electric Heating and Welding
- Illumination Engineering
- Electrolytic Processes
- Electric Traction
- Economics of Electric Power Supply and Utilization
- Demand Side Management
- E.R. Laithwaite and L. L. Freris, Electric Energy: Its Generation, Transmission and User, McGraw Hill Co., 1984.
- C. L. Wadhwa, Generation, Distribution and Utilization of Electrical Energy, 2006
- C. O. Bjork, Industrial Load Management - Theory, Practice and Simulations, Elsevier, 1989
- C.W. Gellings and S.N. Talukdar, Load Management Concepts, IEEE Press, 1986
- Lecturer Notes and Journal Papers
Basic understanding of electromagnetic energy conversion and power system engineering is required.
|No. Of Weeks||Topics||Sub-Topics|
|1||Industrial Load Characteristics||
|1||Electrical Drives and Industrial Applications||
|2||Industrial Power Factor Control||
|1||Electric Heating and Welding||
|2||Economics of Electric Power Supply and Utilization||
|2||Demand Side Management||