LCRE COURSEWORK TITLES 2015
Transient stability; Small signal stability; Voltage stability – Power system control: Real time operating systems. Intensive January,Intensive July Mode of delivery: This UoS is designed to provide graduate engineers studying for a Master of Professional Engineering degree with an introduction to the professional engineering skills necessary to practice as an engineer. Analysis of discrete time system: Fri, 13 May Students may enrol in this unit with permission from the school and the Sub-Dean Students for the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies.
All candidates are required to complete a minimum of 12 credit points of Project units. Synchronous machine modelling using Park’s transformation; Modelling of excitation systems and turbine governors; Modelling of the transmission system; Load modelling – Simulation of interconnected multi-machine systems – Stability analysis: Students may have prior work in an Engineering field carried out on completion of their undergraduate degree accepted as meeting the requirements of this component. Introduction to information theory: It also aims to introduce students the analysis and design techniques of circuits involving these discrete devices as well as the integrated circuits. Knowledge of digital communications, wave propagation, and fundamental optics Assessment: Many countries including Australia are developing different power electronics technologies such as integrating renewable energy sources into the grid, managing charging and discharging of high power energy storage system, controlling the reactive power of power electronics interfaces for grid stability, and adding communication capability to power electronics interfaces for smart meter implementation.
Dr Ma Jin Session: The omnidirectional and Hertzian dipole antennas both hypothetical in practise but robust theoretically provide the starting point to analyse real antenna operation.
Unit of study descriptions – Engineering Postgraduate – The University of Sydney
Some background in programming, object oriented design and system architecture is courrsework. Basic knowledge of communications, electronics and photonics Assessment: Exchange units require the approval of the Program Director. Students who successfully complete this unit will 1 have a broad view of electrical energy conversion systems including transformers, DC machines, induction machines and synchronous machines; 2 be able to analyze and solve problems in transformers and electric machines; 3 have gained confidence in their ability to undertake more advanced study in the power area.
Semester 1,Semester 2 Classes: System architecture, radio resource management, mobility management, connection management. The unit will cover the following specific material: For more information on units of study visit CUSP https: Completion of the unit will facilitate progression to advanced study in the area and to work in the industrial use of DSP. This Titkes is designed to develop competence in the management of technology.
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A prime aim cousrework this unit of study is to develop a capacity for research and inquiry in the field of real-time and embedded systems. Reliability and fault tolerance in hardware and software. Introduction to power electronic converters and systems; applications of power electronic converters; power semiconductor devices; uncontrolled rectifiers: The course focuses on environmentally friendly, intelligent sensors for multiple parameters monitoring to be used in power network and broadband network.
This unit of study assumes a competence in first year mathematics in particular, the ability to work with complex numbersin elementary circuit theory and in basic electromagnetics. Introduction to symbolic mathematics in Matlab.
Prof Robert Minasian Session: Furthermore, students should be able to apply fundamental mathematical skills. Analog to digital and digital to analog conversion. Students undertaking this unit should be familiar with fundamental digital technologies and representations such as bit complement and internal word representation.
Applications, including the derivation of network functions for simple problems in circuit analysis. At the end of the course they will provide a presentation and demonstration of their project work to the class. This unit is concerned with the theory and practice of real time computer titpes as applied to the design of embedded systems and computer control systems in engineering, manufacturing and automation.
We will then consider light sources and the fundamental principles of laser action in semiconductor and other lasers, and also the characteristics of optical transmitters based on semiconductor and electro-optic modulation techniques. Cohrsework must complete 24 credit points from the following Foundation hitles of study. It covers recent findings in the fundamental theory and the massive change of modern power electronic equipment and methods supporting the electricity grids.
Sound competence in all aspects of engineering, and some understanding of issues of engineering management Assessment: Dr Masahiro Takatsuka Session: This UoS teaches the fundamental knowledge on the importance, organizational context and professional practice in project management. The pcre is on theory rather than technological application or industrial practice.
The use of per unit system. This unit of study assumes some knowledge of digital data representation and basic computer organisation. Unit of study descriptions Master of Professional Engineering Power.
This UoS teaches the fundamental knowledge on the importance, organizational context and professional practice in project management. It will address both physical layer issues such as propagation and modulation, plus network layer issues such as capacity, radio resource management and mobility management issues.