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Voltage Regulation in The Lighting Nodes of the Electrical Workshop



dc.contributor.advisorMakešová Michaela
dc.contributor.authorGennadii Safonov
dc.date.accessioned2022-06-17T12:51:24Z
dc.date.available2022-06-17T12:51:24Z
dc.date.issued2022-06-16
dc.identifierKOS-1241035285705
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10467/102130
dc.description.abstractThe object of study is the Novosibirsk Concrete Products Plant. This plant is characterized by a large plant area and the huge distance between the workshops, which results in a significant voltage drop in the low-voltage distribution network, especially in the lighting systems. For a more detailed voltage quality analysis, one of the most remote workshop was chosen. The purpose of the work is to determine the effects of voltage deviation on the performance of lighting sources and to consider existing solutions for eliminating the negative consequences of deviation, as well as the design of natural and artificial lighting systems. This paper considers the effect of voltage drop on parameters such as electrical energy consumption and changes in illumination level. In order to design the lighting system, I have done a feasibility analysis for all considered types of luminaries and voltage stabilizing devices, after I have selected several options with the optimum performance. Once the artificial light sources had been selected, I proceeded to design the lighting system. After I have analyzed the designed system on changes in energy consumption and illumination level in the working place during each month. Further local voltage regulation in lighting networks was considered. It was followed by a technical and economic analysis of the implementation of these technologies, after the optimum lighting configuration meeting all conditions was selected. All calculations are based on the plant load data, daily load diagrams for minimum and maximum operation modes, as well as on existing researches in the field of voltage deviations effects on the operation of electrical equipment. In this paper, the technical part consists of calculations of the window dimensions for natural lighting, selection of the luminaires amount for artificial lighting, calculation of the voltage deviation and the illumination level changes. The economical part consists of the calculation of net present value, equivalent annual payments, and sensitivity analysis of these indicators.cze
dc.description.abstractThe object of study is the Novosibirsk Concrete Products Plant. This plant is characterized by a large plant area and the huge distance between the workshops, which results in a significant voltage drop in the low-voltage distribution network, especially in the lighting systems. For a more detailed voltage quality analysis, one of the most remote workshop was chosen. The purpose of the work is to determine the effects of voltage deviation on the performance of lighting sources and to consider existing solutions for eliminating the negative consequences of deviation, as well as the design of natural and artificial lighting systems. This paper considers the effect of voltage drop on parameters such as electrical energy consumption and changes in illumination level. In order to design the lighting system, I have done a feasibility analysis for all considered types of luminaries and voltage stabilizing devices, after I have selected several options with the optimum performance. Once the artificial light sources had been selected, I proceeded to design the lighting system. After I have analyzed the designed system on changes in energy consumption and illumination level in the working place during each month. Further local voltage regulation in lighting networks was considered. It was followed by a technical and economic analysis of the implementation of these technologies, after the optimum lighting configuration meeting all conditions was selected. All calculations are based on the plant load data, daily load diagrams for minimum and maximum operation modes, as well as on existing researches in the field of voltage deviations effects on the operation of electrical equipment. In this paper, the technical part consists of calculations of the window dimensions for natural lighting, selection of the luminaires amount for artificial lighting, calculation of the voltage deviation and the illumination level changes. The economical part consists of the calculation of net present value, equivalent annual payments, and sensitivity analysis of these indicators.eng
dc.publisherČeské vysoké učení technické v Praze. Vypočetní a informační centrum.cze
dc.publisherCzech Technical University in Prague. Computing and Information Centre.eng
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dc.subjectillumination systemcze
dc.subjectlighting systemcze
dc.subjectpower qualitycze
dc.subjectvoltage deviationcze
dc.subjectvoltage variationcze
dc.subjectvoltage qualitycze
dc.subjectillumination systemeng
dc.subjectlighting systemeng
dc.subjectpower qualityeng
dc.subjectvoltage deviationeng
dc.subjectvoltage variationeng
dc.subjectvoltage qualityeng
dc.titleVoltage Regulation in The Lighting Nodes of the Electrical Workshopcze
dc.titleVoltage Regulation in The Lighting Nodes of the Electrical Workshopeng
dc.typediplomová prácecze
dc.typemaster thesiseng
dc.contributor.refereeMusálek Lubomír
theses.degree.disciplineManagement energetiky a elektrotechnikycze
theses.degree.grantorkatedra ekonomiky, manažerství a humanitních vědcze
theses.degree.programmeElectrical Engineering, Power Engineering and Managementcze


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