Electric Power Engineering Laboratory
電力工程實驗室
Location E11-G020
Academic Staff in charge Prof. Man Chung WONG
Technician Wai Hei CHOI, Hei
Telephone(853) 8822-8025
Open Access Reservation Period Tuesday: 16:00 - 18:00
Thursday: 10:00 - 12:00, 14:00 - 18:00
Laboratory Websitehttps://www.fst.um.edu.mo/en/lab/powerele/website/

Objective | Facilities | Experiments | Courses supported

 

Objective

Electric Power Engineering laboratory is designed for teaching and researching in the area of electric power and power electronics systems. Advanced hardware and software facilities are provided for students to realize different power related devices or systems. For example: Controlled Rectifiers, AC Voltage Controllers, DC Choppers, Inverters, Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM), Control Battery Storage System, Mixed signal scope, DC/AC Drives.

Facilities

Hardware

  • Industrial Multimeters
  • Programmable PV Simulator Power Supply
  • 180W 2 Output Digital Bench Power Supply
  • Function Generator
  • Frequency Intelligent Counter
  • Digital LCR Meter
  • Infrared Thermometer
  • Oscilloscope:
    • 2-channel, 100 MHz Oscilloscope
    • 4 Ch. 500 MHz Infiniium Oscilloscope
    • 16-channel, isolated ScopeCorde
  • Power Analyzer
    • Fluke 43B Single Phase Power Quality Analyzer
    • Fluke 435-II Three-Phase Power Quality and Energy Analyzer
    • Power Quality Analyzer - ACE4000
Industrial Multimeters Programmable PV Simulator Power Supply
180W 2 Output Digital Bench Power Supply Function Generator
Frequency Intelligent Counter Digital LCR Meter
 
Infrared Thermometer  

Oscilloscope
2-channel, 100 MHz Oscilloscope 4 Ch. 500 MHz Infiniium Oscilloscope
 
16-channel, isolated ScopeCorder  

Power Analyzer
Fluke 43B Single Phase Power Quality Analyzer Fluke 435-II Three-Phase Power Quality and Energy Analyzer
 
Power Quality Analyzer - ACE4000  

Software

  • OcCAD (PSpice)
  • PSCAD/EMTDC
  • MATLAB
  • LabVIEW
  • PSS®NETOMAC
OcCAD (PSpice) PSCAD/EMTDC
MATLAB LabVIEW

PSS®NETOMAC
Dynamic System Analysis
 

Courses supported

ECEB211 Measurement and Instrumentation
ECEB354 Power Electronics
ECEB355 Power System Analysis
ECEB356 Power Quality and Energy Saving
ECEB357 Power Electronics Design and Implementation
ECEB410 Design Project I
ECEB420 Design Project II
ECEB454 Renewable Energy Conversion
ECEB455 Power System Design and Implementation
ELCE705        Digital Signal Processing
ELCE720 Flexible Alternative Current Transmission System
ELCE797        Applied Thesis
ELCE798        Academic Thesis