Recent trends and challenges on High Voltage Engineering

Published on 20.3.2014 by

Termín přednášky: 25.3.2014 v 15:00
Místo konání: Knihovna KTE (EK619)
Přednášející: prof. Ing. Rainer  HALLER, Dr., Katedra elektroenergetiky a ekologie, ZČU v Plzni
High Voltage Engineering as a typical interdisciplinary science between physics and electrical engineering is traditionally developed and driven by necessary innovations in electrical power engineering. Significantly for that should be the implementation of extraordinary high operating voltage in electric power systems, the enforced usage of High Voltage Direct Current systems, but also the increased introduction of well- approved test and measuring techniques in power electronics etc. Actually there are three main problems, which have to be solved in the near future: -the integration of a vast amount of stochastic renewable energy sources, – to ensure (or enhance) the reliability and sustainability of electric power systems in high developed and/ or “BRIC”- countries, – to develop, to test and to introduce new high voltage test and measuring techniques in traditional and new fields of electrical engineering.
After a short overview it will be shown that the mentioned problems has such a complexity which can be solved by using of well- introduced or new developed methods or procedures of theoretical electro- technique only. As an typical example for that is the investigation of required HVDC systems, their electromagnetic fields under transient conditions or with neighboured HVAC systems etc. At the same manner the behaviour of HVDC- insulation systems must be investigated under practical and theoretical aspects including simulation of possible discharge processes. Finally, the discussed topics should be encouraged to participate actively on International Symposium on High Voltage Engineering ISH 2015 in Plzen hosted by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.


Přednáška je podpořena z projektu SPPVaV – Systematická podpora popularizace výzkumu a vývoje ZČU, reg. č. CZ.1.07/2.3.00/35.0014.


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