Independent sources

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Independent sources (Main course) A5M13NZZ
Credits 4
Semesters Winter
Completion Graded Assessment
Language of teaching Czech
Extent of teaching 3P+1L
Electrochemical sources of the electric power - overview. Electrochemical sources (accumulators), applications. Uninteruptible power sources in IB. Other sources of the electrical energy. Perspective sources of electrical enegy, storage of energy.
Study targets
A student are well-educated of properties of fundamental type of the eleectrochemical sources, theit application at realization of electronic circuits, technology of realization accumulator systems and methods of actuating of electronic equipment
Course outlines
1.Independent electrochemical power sources. Fundamental terms
2.Metodes of energy accumulation. Electrochemical accumulators
3.Lead-acid accumulators - construction, characteristics, parameters, applications
4.Alcaline accumulators - construction, characteristics, applications
5.Lithium accumulators Li-ion, Li-pol, power applications
6. Charging and quick charging of accumulators - principles, characteristics
7. Applications of accumulators in electromobilles
8. Reserve energy systems of bulding
9. Uninterruptible power sources (UPS) - fundamental principles, characteristics
10. Systems of uninterruptible power sources for IB, electrochemical sources and dieselgenerators
11. Cooperation of the independent energy sources and the distribution net
12. Perspective sources of electrical energy
13. Environmental aspects of the electrochemical sources
Exercises outlines
1.Equipment of the laboratory, safety rules for electrical and electrochemical sources operation
2. Charging characteristic of the accumulator

3.Discharging characteristic of the accumulator
4.Electrochemical sources of electromobilles, charging of electromobilles in IB
5.Electrical design of the UPS systems
6. Long-time UPS in IB
7. A credit
[1] Linden, D.: Handbook of Batteries, McGraw-Hill, 1994
[2] Barak.M: Electrochemical Power Sources, IEE London, 1980
[3] Reddy, Linden: Lindens Handbook of Batteries. McGraw-Hill, New York, 2011
[4] Michael Boxwell:The Solar Electricity Handbook.Greenstream Publishing Limited,2019
[5] Wang, Singh, Kusiak: Wind Power Systems,Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2010
[6] Harvey:Micro-Hydro Design Manual, Practical Action Publishing Ltd,1993
The credit reguirements: seminar presentation and the student must obtain minimally 50 % of avaliable points in the tests.