Role of laboratory education in power engineering: Is the virtual laboratory feasible? Part II

George G. Karady, Manuel Reta-Hernandez, Anjan Bose

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Abstract

IEEE PES sponsors a panel session in the summer power meeting in Seattle on laboratory education in power engineering. Six short and one full paper summarize the opinion of the panelist. This paper contains the summary two of the presentations. The objective of the panel is to discuss the roll of laboratory education in power engineering at both the graduate and undergraduate level. The question is what type of laboratory courses is needed? Power electronics, electric machines, system simulation, etc? The second objective is to assess the status and value of computer-based virtual laboratories. This includes the presentation of experience with virtual laboratories and a list of available tools. The teaching of power system operations can be improved using a simulation laboratory. The available simulation tools and the assessment of their value will be an important topic of the panel. Last, but not least, the last presentation will give opposing views, arguing for the traditional laboratory use. This paper contains the summary two of the presentations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference
Pages1478-1483
Number of pages6
Volume3
StatePublished - 2000
EventProceedings of the 2000 Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting - Seattle, WA, United States
Duration: Jul 16 2000Jul 20 2000

Other

OtherProceedings of the 2000 Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting
CountryUnited States
CitySeattle, WA
Period7/16/007/20/00

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Electric machinery
Power electronics
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Keywords

  • Education
  • Electric power
  • Laboratory
  • Virtual laboratory

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)
  • Energy(all)

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Karady, G. G., Reta-Hernandez, M., & Bose, A. (2000). Role of laboratory education in power engineering: Is the virtual laboratory feasible? Part II. In Proceedings of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference (Vol. 3, pp. 1478-1483)

Role of laboratory education in power engineering : Is the virtual laboratory feasible? Part II. / Karady, George G.; Reta-Hernandez, Manuel; Bose, Anjan.

Proceedings of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference. Vol. 3 2000. p. 1478-1483.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Karady, GG, Reta-Hernandez, M & Bose, A 2000, Role of laboratory education in power engineering: Is the virtual laboratory feasible? Part II. in Proceedings of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference. vol. 3, pp. 1478-1483, Proceedings of the 2000 Power Engineering Society Summer Meeting, Seattle, WA, United States, 7/16/00.
Karady GG, Reta-Hernandez M, Bose A. Role of laboratory education in power engineering: Is the virtual laboratory feasible? Part II. In Proceedings of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference. Vol. 3. 2000. p. 1478-1483
Karady, George G. ; Reta-Hernandez, Manuel ; Bose, Anjan. / Role of laboratory education in power engineering : Is the virtual laboratory feasible? Part II. Proceedings of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Transmission and Distribution Conference. Vol. 3 2000. pp. 1478-1483
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