On 23-26 January 2023, the Intelligent Electrical Power Grids (IEPG) section of the Electrical Sustainable Energy (ESE) department at the Delft University of Technology organises a training school “Introduction to Real-Time Digital Simulation with Applications in Sustainable Energy Systems”. Targeting students and young professionals, the training school will introduce real-time power system simulations and its wide range of applications in sustainable energy systems. This includes modelling and simulation of renewables such as wind turbines and high voltage DC applications. Furthermore, the training school will also touch upon the concept of Controller-Hardware-in-the-Loop, in collaboration with the University of Strathclyde. The IEEE student branch of Delft University of Technology will form the local organising committee.
The training school will take place in person in Delft (NL) on 23-26 January 2023, with interactive lectures and hands-on training sessions in the Electrical Sustainable Power Lab of TU Delft.
A student who completes this course is able to:
- Model and simulate simple power system networks in RTDS.
- Understand the concept of small-time step for detailed modelling of renewables – wind turbines and HVDC.
- Apply real-time simulations to study and analyse power networks with high share of renewables.
- Understand the concept of application of Hardware-in-Loop experiments.
The course is offered free of charge! Registration is mandatory. Please register here.
Please find more details here.
A certificate of attendance will be given at the end of the workshop provided that the student is present in all sessions and completes the work planned for each session. Please bring your own laptops. Lunch and tea/coffee will be provided.