Events at Department of Energy Technology

Guest lecture by Dr. Jan Meyer, Technical University of Dresden, Germany

Time

13.06.2018 kl. 10.00 - 13.06.2018 kl. 11.00

Description

There will be a guest lecture on June 13

TITLE

Suitability of Voltage and Current Transducers for Harmonic Measurements in Power Systems

GUEST LECTURER

Dr. Jan Meyer, Technical University of Dresden, Germany

TIME

10:00 - 11:00

ABSTRACT

Harmonic measurements in power systems usually require instrument transformers to adapt voltage or current to the input ranges of the measurement instruments. Up to now the accuracy of instrument transformers is designed and verified for power frequency. No normative requirements exist yet for frequencies higher than power frequency (e.g. harmonics). After a brief introduction in the topic the lecture discusses the frequency response characteristic of voltage and current instrument transformers as well as Rogowski coils with respect to their accuracy for harmonic measurements. Non-invasive and invasive methods to measure the frequency response are presented and their application is illustrated by a field application for voltage instrument transformers in transmission systems.

ABOUT THE LECTURER

Dr. Jan Meyer is a senior lecturer at the Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany and team leader of the Power Quality research group. His research interests include network disturbances and their assessment, especially for harmonics below and above 2 kHz. Further aspects of his research are methods for data analytics of power quality measurements and design issues of large measurement campaigns. He is member of several national and international EMC working groups, several CIGRE working groups as well as member of CIRED TC. Furthermore, he gives regular presentations on current topics in the field of Power Quality and is organizer of several seminars in the field of network disturbances and its assessment.

THE GUEST LECTURE WILL TAKE PLACE AT Pon 101 in room 23 AND ALL ARE WELCOME.

 

Host

Department of Energy Technology

Address

Pontoppidanstræde 101, room 23