Design and Analysis of Smart Grids
This course is part of the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science (HSSEAS) Master of Science in Engineering Online (MSOL) program. It is available only to students pre-approved by HSSEAS. For more information visit msol.ucla.edu.
About this course:MAE C237. Design and Analysis of Smart Grids. (Instructor: Gadh, R.) Lecture, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Demand response; transactive/price-based load control; home-area network, smart energy profile; advanced metering infrastructure; renewable energy integration; solar and wind generation intermittency and correction; microgrids; grid stability; energy storage and electric vehicles-simulation; monitoring; distribution and transmission grids; consumer-centric technologies; sensors, communications, and computing; wireless, wireline, and powerline communications for smart grids; grid modeling, stability, and control; frequency and voltage regulation; ancillary measurements; analytical methods and tools for monitoring and control. Concurrently scheduled with course C137.
Spring 2020 Schedule
These courses are fully online and have no regular meeting times.
Restricted course. For permission to enroll contact UCLA's MSOL Program: (310) 825-6542 or firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks before course starts. Visitors not permitted. Web enrollments automatically generate a "Permission to Enroll" request.