- One Semester or equivalent
- 48 hours Face to Face + Blended
On-campus unit delivery combines face-to-face and digital learning.
2023 teaching periods
Higher Ed. Semester 2
Last self enrolment:
Last withdraw without fail:
Aims and objectives
The aim of this unit is to provide an in-depth treatment of microgrids and smart grids along with their design and implementation strategies.
|Unit Learning Outcomes|
|On successful completion of this unit students will be able to:|
|#||Unit Learning Outcome Description|
|ULO1||Demonstrate an understanding of the main components of microgrids and smart grids and appraise their differences (K1, K3, S1, S3)|
|ULO2||Describe the standards of operating microgrids and smart grids (K1, K2, K3, S1, S2, A2)|
|ULO3||Reflect on Microgrid interconnection, issues, planning, advantages and disadvantages (K1, K2, K3, S1, S2, A2)|
|ULO4||Design and simulate the behaviours of microgrids and smart grids with industry standard analysis tools (A4, A6, K2, K3, K5, S1, S2, S3)|
|ULO5||Solve complex power engineering problems with application of control and communication theory (K2, K3, S1, S2)|
|ULO6||Design energy management systems for a practical operation of microgrids and smart grids (K2, K3, K4, S1, S2, S3)|
|ULO7||Design centralised and distributed control systems for microgrids. (K2, K3, S1, S2, S3)|
Swinburne Engineering Competencies (A1-7, K1-6, S1-4): find out more about Engineering Skills and Competencies including the Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competencies.