PES University Web-based Tutorials

 

IEEE PES 2020 Call For Tutorials

  • Interested in submitting your tutorial for consideration in one of the following IEEE PES 2020 North American conferences: ISGT, T&D, and/or GM?
  • If so, please apply no later than August 31, 2019.
  • For more information, click here.

PES Web-Based Tutorials:

  • Are geared toward the experienced power engineering professionals and offer in-depth knowledge on a wide array of engineering topics
  • Are often half-day or full-day conference presentations
  • May be individual or multi-part series, which are presented live, recorded, and archived in the IEEE PES Resource Center
  • Typically last approximately 80 minutes (60 minutes for the presentation and 20 minutes for Q&A)

 

Pricing

Attendance and Download

(Pricing includes attendance and a coupon code for a free download of the recorded versions.)
  • PES Members: $50.00
  • IEEE Members: $60.00
  • Non-members: $75.00

Download without Attendance

  • PES Members: $50.00
  • IEEE Members: $74.00
  • Non-members: $99.00
Related educational credits (0.1 CEU/1.0 PDH) can also be purchased for:
  • PES Members: $25.00
  • IEEE Members: $35.00
  • Non-members: $50.00
Related educational credits (0.1 CEU/1.0 PDH) can also be purchased for:
  • PES Members: $25.00
  • IEEE Members: $35.00
  • Non-members: $50.00

Tutorial Library

Tutorials are listed alphabetically by title. Events marked with a star qualify for CEU/PDH.

Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plants

This tutorial, which consists of four separate sessions, cover the various aspects of Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower (APSH) plants.  The advanced pumped storage hydropower is considered to be a reliable large scale generator and energy storage, able to support high penetration renewable energy in the future power system. 
Session 1: covered:

  • An overview of Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plant
  • The roles for Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage in the Grid of the Future

Instructors: Eduard Muljadi/Auburn University and Peter Donalek, Stantec

Session 2: covered: 

  • Dynamic Performance of the Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage Hydro
  • Grid Codes Compliance
  • The Advancement in Hydro Power Generation

Instructors: Alexander Schwery, Chief Engineer Electrical, GE Renewables Energy and Johann Hell, Andritz

Session 3: covered:

  • Dynamic Modeling of Advanced Pumped Storage
  • Hydro Dynamic Modeling
  • Dynamic Simulation of Renewables and Energy Storage

Instructors: Jim Feltes, Siemens PTI and Juan Sanchez-Gasca, GE

Session 4: covered:

  • Implementation of Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage Hydro in Japan
  • Experiences in Operating Advanced Pumped Storage HydroSimulation of Renewables and Energy Storage

Instructors: Teruyuki Ishizuki, Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation and Osamu Nagura, Hitachi Mitsubishi Hydro Corporation


Smart Distribution  - Coming Soon to On Demand

This course introduces the intuitive concepts, fundamental theories and practical technologies on distribution system modeling, analysis, automation and management, including the core functionalities and real use cases of the Distribution  Automation  and Management Systems (DA/DMS) and the advanced applications  in  Smart Distribution, as well as the integration with Distributed Energy Resources {DERs) and Microgrids.

Instructors: Dr. Jiyuan Fan, Southern States LLC; John D. McDonald, P.E, GE Energy Connections – Grid Solutions

This tutorial consists of five seperate sessions.
Session 1: Introduction of DA/DMS
This session will discuss the roles of DA/DMS in Smart Grid, Standards/regulations in Smart Distribution, Overview of distribution systems, substations, feeders, SA, FA, Framework of a DA/DMS and communication system; advanced DMS applications

Session 2: Distribution System Modeling for DA/DMS
This session will be an overview of Overview of Distribution System Models, Individual component models (voltage sources), transformers and voltage, Regulators, switch devices, feeder lines, capacitor banks, distribution, generator and big motors, load models, general consumer loads), lEOs and protection devices, static and dynamic data models, etc.

Session 3: Advanced Real Time Application in DA/DMS
This discussion will include Topology Processing, Dispatcher Load Flow, Distribution State Estimation, Fault Detection,Isolation and service Restoration (FDIR), Integrated Voltage/ Var Control {IVVC), ADMS integration with Adjacent Systems·Integration with OMS, Integration with DRMs, Integration with AMI.

Session 4: Advanced Analytics Applications in DA/DMS Systems
This session will cover Distribution Load Flow Analysis, Short Circuit Analysis Optimal Feeder Reconfiguration, Optimal Capacitor Placement, Feeder Relay Protection Coordination, Maintenance and Outage Planning, Distribution Simulation.

Session 5: Future Developments, ADMS/DER/MG Integration
This session will cover Distribution Load Flow Analysis, Short Circuit Analysis Optimal Feeder Reconfiguration, Optimal Capacitor Placement, Feeder Relay Protection Coordination, Maintenance and Outage Planning, Distribution Simulation.


Wind in Weak Grids - On Demand

Instructor: Lingling Fan

Recently, in the wind power plant industry, we've seen a lot of wind integration related issues. Throughout this tutorial series we reviewed these issues and then dived into the details of wind in weak grids, the dynamics and control. The issues discussed are:

  • What is the mechanism of Oscillations?
  • How to model
  • The Difference in oscillation frequency: low-frequency vs. SSO
  • Which control mode is better for weak grid operation: Power or DC-Link Voltage

This tutorial is broken down into three parts, covering:


Cybersecurity of the Electric Power Transmission and Distribution System

Instructors: Dr. Murty V.V.S. Yalla, Beckwith Electric Co., Inc.; Steven A. Kunsman, ABB; Dr. Nathan Wallace, Ampirical; Scott R. Mix, NERC; J. Matt Cole, Sargent and Lundy

Cyber-attack on an Electric Power T&D communications system can have a devastating impact and cause widespread power outages as evident from the Dec 2015 cyber-attack on a Ukrainian Electric Power Distribution System. Securing Electric Power System from cyber-attacks is of national importance and in North America NERC is spearheading the effort in developing and enforcing Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Standards for Bulk Electric System (BES). Local and state regulating agencies are also looking at cybersecurity of the Electric Power Distribution Systems. Substation protection, automation and control systems along with distribution field devices have changed significantly in the past decade. These systems have become more interconnected and provide end users with much more information to allow for higher reliability and greater levels of control. Interoperability between different vendor products and systems has been achieved using open standards. This change in technology has not only brought huge benefits from an operational point of view, it also permits to address cyber security issues similar to other traditional, enterprise systems which have been facing the same industry challenges for years.

The tutorial discusses cybersecurity basics including passwords & access management, authentication, encryption, network security monitoring, techniques in cyber alarming, logging, and auditing. The tutorial also covers NERC CIP requirements applicable to T&D systems along with brief overview of IEEE and IEC standards. Cybersecurity implementation examples of substation protection, automation and controls systems including devices inside as well as outside the substations are also discussed. Utility perspective on Cybersecurity and NERC CIP compliance will be included.

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Distribution Automation/Management Systems

Instructors: Dr. Jiyuan Fan, Southern States LLC; John D. McDonald, P.E, GE Energy Connections – Grid Solutions

This course introduces the intuitive concepts, fundamental theories, practical technologies on distribution system modeling, automation management, including the core functionalities and real use cases of the Distribution Automation and Management Systems (DA/DMS) and the advanced applications in Smart Distribution, as well as the integration with Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) and Microgrids. The potential audience would include power system planning/operation engineers, project/product managers, business leaders in power utilities, smart grid solution providers, system developers, research institutes, as well as individual researchers, college students and other individuals working on or interested in the Smart Distribution Solutions. The course will cover the following break-down topics: Overall Framework and Architecture of DA/DMS Systems in Smart Distribution, Distribution System Modeling for automation and management, Static and Dynamic Data for DA/DMS, Advanced Real-time and Analytic Applications in DMS, DMS integration with other systems (OMS, AMI, DRM) in Smart Distribution, Advanced DMS in integration with DERs through DERMS (Distributed Energy Resource Management) and integration with Microgrids, including DERs/Microgrids connection and disconnection to/from the Distribution Grid; and New Trends in ADMS Development.

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IEEE 1547 Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Energy Resources with Electric Power Systems

Instructors: David Narang, NREL; Babak Enayati, National Grid; Jens Boemer, EPRI; Leo Casey, Google; Mark Siira, Comrent; Sudipta Chakraborty, NREL; Charlie Vartanian, MEPPI

This tutorial will introduce the IEEE 1547 “Standard for Interconnecting Distributed Energy Resources with Electric Power Systems.”

Due to the increasing amount of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) interconnections with the Electric Power System, the IEEE 1547 standard is going through a major revision to address some of the technical issues associated with high penetration of DERs i.e. grid support functionalities, etc.

The participants will learn about the major changes to the IEEE 1547 i. e. voltage regulation, response to abnormal system conditions (including voltage and frequency ride through), power quality, islanding, interoperability, etc.

The participants will also learn about the utility concerns/solutions to adopt the revised IEEE 1547 standard.

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Distributed Energy Resources: Operation, Protection and Control

Instructors: Wayne G. Hartmann, VP, Protection and Smart Grid Solutions

This session provides a background in DER including history, rates, types, standby generation conversion, and operational modes. IEEE 1547 is explored with concentration of the protection at DER, with schemes for inverters and conventional machine based DER covered in depth. Protection and control impacts and solutions for the distribution system are illustrated. Microgrids are addressed as an extension to DER application. Control of DER assets is discussed in light of IEEE 1547A allowing active control of DER VAR output, and how conventional volt/VAR assets and DER assets can be coordinated to cope with variability of the growing renewable portfolio of DER installations.

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SG 204: Introduction to Smart Grid Data and Analytics

Instructor: Anant Venkateswaran, GE

This is an introductory level course to look at smart grid data and analytics, the focus is on the distribution and customer domains of the NIST model. The course covers the following key topics:

  • What data is available from which devices, from the in home controller to meters to relays and substation automation.
  • What applications can be done with the data, with a heavy focus on AMI and line devices.
  • What is the value of each of the applications to the various stakeholders that are associated with the grid, using the Illinois Collaborative definitions of stakeholders.

The course will look at the process of collecting and verifying data, including all of the pitfalls that may occur and provide a 20 step process to go from no data to running analytics. The course is suitable for non-technical, as well as technical audiences, including regulatory, legislative, and utility staff members. The course will also compare and contrast the two major privacy contenders and the impact each would have on the ability to perform the analytic applications based on the principles of each contender. Included in the course will be a summary of the ARRA analytics that have been highlighted by the EPRI and DOE reports.

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