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  1. POWER AFFILIATES PROGRAM

  2. They finally caught up with us!

  3. A Salute to our Affiliates Ameren BP Amoco Burns & McDonnell Central Illinois Light Company City Water Light & Power ComEd Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Association MidAmerican Energy PowerWorld Corporation S&C Electric Co. Sargent & Lundy Engineers

  4. Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Areas:Bioengineering and AcousticsCircuits and Signal ProcessingCommunication and ControlComputational Science and EngineeringComputer EngineeringElectromagnetics, Optics and Remote SensingMicroelectronics and Quantum ElectronicsPower and Energy Systems

  5. The Power and Energy Systems Area includes:Large-Scale Power SystemsPower ElectronicsElectric Machines and DrivesPower System Economics/Restructuring

  6. P. Chapman (Machines, Drives, Power Electronics, Circuits)G. Gross (System Economics, Planning and Regulatory Policy)M. S. Helm, Emeritus (Power Affiliates Program Coordinator)P. T. Krein (Power Electronics, Machines, Electrostatics)T. J. Overbye (Dynamics, Stability and System Operations)M. A. Pai (Dynamics, Stability and Computational Methods)P. W. Sauer (Modeling and Simulation of Machines and Systems)I. Hiskens (Dynamics, Stabilitiy and System Operations)

  7. COURSESECE 271GG Techniques for Engineering DecisionsECE 330 Power Circuits and ElectromechanicsECE 333 Electric MachineryECE 364 Power ElectronicsECE 369 Power Electronics LaboratoryECE 376 Power System Analysis I

  8. ECE 371HEV Hybrid Electric VehicleECE 371AHV Advanced Hybrid Automotive SystemsECE 336 Advanced Electric MachineryECE 378 Power System Analysis II

  9. ECE 452 Computer Methods in Network AnalysisECE 468 Modeling and Control of ElectromechanicsECE 473 Operation and Control of Power SystemsECE 476 Dynamics and Stability of Power SystemsECE 488 Electric Resources Planning ECE 490 Power and Energy Systems Area SeminarECE 497 Special Topics

  10. POWER AND ENERGY SYSTEM AREA GRADUATES1950-1970 Annual Ave 1970-1980 Annual Ave B.S.E.E. - 25 B.S.E.E. - 44 M.S.E.E. - 3 M.S.E.E. - 71980-1990 Annual Ave 1990-1995 Annual Ave B.S.E.E. - 32 B.S.E.E. - 40 M.S.E.E. - 5 M.S.E.E. - 6 Ph.D. - 2 Ph.D. - 21995-2000 Annual Ave2001 B.S.E.E. - 35 B.S.E.E. - 36 M.S.E.E. - 9 M.S.E.E. - 8 Ph.D. - 3 Ph.D. - 3

  11. ACTIVITIES• George Gross introduced deregulation to Italy, France, Hong Kong, Portugal, Switzerland and Canada• IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting• Engineering Open House – 1,000 visitors• ECE 333 and ECE 378 class trip – 36 students, 2 faculty• IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference American Power Conference - 8 students, 3 faculty

  12. • Grainger Awards – 20 students - $5,000 each• International Symposium on Circuits and Systems IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference • IEEE Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting • EPRI/DOD project review meetings• PSERC IAB meetings

  13. North American Power Symposium (NAPS)• Electrical Manufacturers and Coil Winding Assoc. Conference and Exposition: 12 scholarships ($1,000 to $2,000 each) 2 student paper presentation• Edison Electric Institute Power System Planning and Operations School • Seven company visits

  14. • Phil Krein – President of IEEE PE Society • Hired Patrick Chapman• Participated in CIGRE• Participated in 4 NSF workshops• Hosted 17 guest speakers for seminars on campus• Presented 20 internal seminars on campus

  15. Research Funded by Other Sources: “The Power Affiliates Program Funding Was Leveraged More Than 15 to 1”

  16. Grainger FoundationPower Systems Engineering Research CenterNational Science FoundationU.S. Department of Energy

  17. Italian Fulbright Commission U.S. State Department SRI International Electric Power Research Institute

  18. Department of DefenseMotorolaS&C Electric Co.Ford motorDeere & Co.

  19. Cornell Arizona State Illinois Georgia Tech Wisconsin Iowa State Berkeley Texas A&M Washington State Colorado School of Mines Carnegie Mellon POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING RESEARCH CENTER A NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF) INDUSTRY/UNIVERSTIY COOPERATIVE RESEARCH CENTER (I/UCRC)

  20. ABBAEPAllegheny PowerAlliant EnergyArizona Public ServiceBC Hydro – PowertechBonneville PowerConstellation Power SourceComEdDuke Energy

  21. Entergy ServicesEPRIFlorida Power & LightGE Power SystemsHydro Quebec (Canada)IBERDROLAISO New EnglandMidAmerican EnergyMitsubishi ElectricNYISO

  22. NYSEGOPPDReliant EnergySalt River ProjectSteel Tube InstituteTri-State G&TTXUTVAU. S. DOEWAPAWisconsin Electric

  23. Research Stem Areas Markets T&D Technologies Systems www.pserc.wisc.edu

  24. EPRI/DoD Initiative on “Complex Ineractive Networks/Systems” Six Consortia = 100 investigators PSERC = 38 investigators 8 Tasks $2.0M/year for 5 years

  25. EPRI/DoD Project Tasks 1. Theories of network attributes 2. Link-based modeling of layers and links 3. Software infrastructure 4. Disturbance detection and monitoring 5. Prevention of cascading failures 6. Protection strategies 7. Stochastic analysis of network performance

  26. Consortium for Electric Reliability Technology Solutions (CERTS) DOE - $5M line item • Lawrence Berkeley Labs • Electric Power Group • PSERC • Sandia National Labs • Oak Ridge National Labs

  27. CERTS is a research provider to DOE in the area of power system reliability. • Reliability Technology and Issues • Real-Time System Control • Distributed Resources • Reliability and Markets

  28. Grainger Center for Electric Machinery and Electromechanics

  29. Highlights • Prof. Chapman is an Assistant Professor. • Student growth in the machines lab. • 2001 Future Energy Challenge. • High level of research activity, with four graduate degrees awarded. New research thrusts include small motors. • Major laboratory innovations in progress. • Awards and recognition for faculty and students. • At least six new graduate students will join us in the Fall.

  30. Growth – Undergraduate Program • 36 students enrolled in the machines lab course (about 15% of the senior class). • This is happening even though the Department sees a transition from electrical engineering to computer engineering. • The 2001 Future Energy Challenge, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and the IEEE. The CEME is helping with organization and operations. 14 schools have teams. • Hybrid car program.

  31. 2001 Future Energy Challenge • The 2001 Challenge is to develop an interface for residential fuel-cell use. • The 2003 Challenge will emphasize reduction of home electricity consumption.

  32. Research Activity -- Collaborations • Advanced PWM techniques – collaboration with the signal processing group and with Motorola. • Control techniques for machines – collaboration with the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. • Semiconductor materials for motor control and power electronics – collaboration with the physical electronics area (and industry interest). • Laboratory innovations – collaboration with Emerson • Systems-on-chip and micromachines – collaboration with the microelectromechanical systems group.

  33. POWER AFFILIATES PROGRAM