IEEE Power & Energy Society Web-Based Tutorial
Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plants
Presented by: Eduard Muljadi, Peter Donalek, Alexander Schwery, Johann Hell, James Feltes, Juan J. Sanchez-Gasca, Shruti Rao, Teruyuki Ishizuki & Nagura Osamu
Session prices vary based on IEEE membership. Each session will be available for streaming for 1 year from purchase date. In addition, CEUs/PDHs will be available for purchase. After the presentation date, tutorials and corresponding slides will be available on the IEEE Power & Energy Society Resource Center’s ->Education tab.
This course consists of four separate sessions presented by various instructor. Each session will be presented by two instructors for two separate sub-sections. The course will cover the various aspects of Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower (A-PSH) plant. 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. The course starts with an overview, the role of PSH, various implementation of A-PSH in different countries, and dynamic modeling of A-PSH. Topics covered in this tutorial include dynamic models developed and deployed in major commercial software platforms for positive sequence stability analysis (e.g. PSSE and PSLF). The experiences of development, commissioning, and validation of A-PSH will be presented by several developers and manufacturers of A-PSH.
This course is aimed at practicing electrical engineers, research engineering communities, graduate students and power engineering faculty members, power plant developers, hydropower manufacturers, energy storage developers, utility and independent system operators, policy makers who are interested in large scale deployment of renewable energy, variable generation, inverter based resources to maintain and improve power system reliability and stability.
This online tutorial will cover the following topics in each session:
Session 1 - February 26, 2019 2-3:20 PM ET
This session will be an overview of Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower Plant. The session will also cover The roles for adjustable speed pumped storage in the grid of the future.
Session 2 - March 26, 2019 2-3 PM ET
This discussion will include Dynamic Performance of the Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage Hydro, Grid Codes Compliance and the advancement in hydro power generation.
Session 3 - April 30, 2019 2-3 PM ET
This session will cover Dynamic Modeling of Advanced of Pumped Storage Hydro Dynamic Modeling and Dynamic Simulation of Renewables and Energy Storage
Session 4 - May 28, 2019 2-3 PM ET
The final session will coverImplementation of Adjustable Speed Pumped Storage Hydro in Japan and also discuss Experiences in Operating Advanced Pumped Storage HydroSimulation of Renewables and Energy Storage
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
Eduard Muljadi (M’82, SM’94, F’10) received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. From 1988 to 1992, he taught at California State University at Fresno. From June 1992 to December 2017, he worked at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, CO. In January 2017, he joined Auburn University in Auburn, AL, as the James J. Danaher distinguished professor. He is a member of Eta Kappa Nu and Sigma Xi, a fellow of the IEEE, the chair of the Advanced Pumped Storage Hydro Modeling Task Force on Dynamic Performance of Wind Power Generation, and is currently the chair of Renewable Energy Machines and Systems, of the Electric Machines subcommittee within the PES.
Peter Donalek is an electric power system engineer with Stantec Consulting Services (Chicago, IL). His experience includes ten pumped storage projects; including the world’s largest, Bath County in Virginia, and one of the smallest, the two unit 40MW Lake Hodges in California. As a member the DOE Wind and Water “Modeling and Analysis of Value of Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower in the US” team, a technical reviewer of the “Advanced PSH Model Development” section and lead author of Appendix A “Technology Characteristics”. He is an IEEE Life Fellow and member of the IEEE Power Energy Society, PSDP Committee and a member of CIGRE. He earned a MSEE/MSc, University of Pennsylvania, MA Mathematics, University of Toledo (Ohio); and a BSEE from the University of Illinois.
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Alexander SCHWERY holds a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL 1999) in Lausanne. He joined ABB - ALSTOM (Switzerland) Ltd. in 1999 were his main field of activity was the use and development of different simulation and calculation tools for salient pole generators. Between 2002 and 2011 Alexander was leading the Electrical and Ventilation group in the Technology Center in Birr, Switzerland. In 2011 he has been appointed Director R&D Electrical, in this function he has the overall responsibility for the Electrical R&D in Alstom Hydro. In 2016 he has been appointed chief engineer electrical within GE Renewable Hydro. Since 2018 he is head of the chief engineers’ office.
Johann Hell Principal Engineer for Electric System-Simulation in ANDRITZ HYDRO, Vienna, Austria. Graduated 1982 at the Vienna University of Technology he worked for 15 years in the field of Sales and R&D for variable speed drives and frequency converters. From 1999 to 2008 he was project engineer for generator tenders. Since 2008 he is responsible for Electrical Power Engineering in ANDRITZ HYDRO and since 2014 he is R&D manager for Electrical Power Systems.
James W. Feltes joined Power Technologies, Inc. (PTI), now Siemens PTI, in 1979 and is currently a Senior Manager in the Consulting Department. He was project manager of the project Modeling and Analysis of Value of Advanced Pumped Storage Hydropower performed for the US DOE, and lead the development of models to represent adjustable speed (DFIG) and ternary hydroelectric units. He has developed and taught numerous courses to power system engineers. He is the chair of the IEEE PEE PSOPE/BPSP Transmission Planning Working Group and member of several IEEE working groups and task forces involved with the modeling and simulation of power generation and other power system equipment. He is a registered Professional Engineer, and a Fellow of IEEE and a member of Cigré.
Juan J. Sanchez-Gasca, Ph.D., FIEEE is a Technical Director at GE’s Energy Consulting Department in Schenectady, NY, where he has been involved in the study of power system dynamics and in the development of generic wind turbine generator models suitable transmission planning studies. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and a Member or Observer in several working groups and task forces of IEEE, WECC, NERC, and IEC.
Teruyuki Ishizuki is a Technical Adviser of Thermal & Hydro Power Systems & Services Div. of Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation, Japan. Awarded Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering by Waseda University. He worked for Toshiba over 35 years as an electrical & project engineer and was in charge of adjustable speed pumped storage projects, such as Okukiyotsu No.2, Kyogoku projects, etc. He is the member of several IEC, IEEJ and CIGRE working groups involved with the hydro generator and adjustable speed pumped storage systems. He is the registered professional engineer and patent Attorney in Japan.
Osamu Nagura is a Chief Engineer of Hitachi Mitsubishi Hydro Corporation (HM Hydro), Japan. He awarded Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering by Shizuoka University. He joined Hitachi, Ltd. in 1980. He had been in charge with the design of hydro generator especially adjustable speed motor-generator. He designed the adjustable speed motor-generator supplied to Okawachi and Omarugawa. Now he is working in HM Hydro. HM-Hydro was established on 2011. HM Hydro has succeeded all the business right and the technologies from