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Lahore University of Management Sciences

EE555 – Renewable Energy Systems


Fall 2017-2018

Instructor Hassan Abbas Khan


Room No. 9-247A (Tesla wing )
Office Hours TBD
Email Hassan.khan@lums.edu.pk
Telephone 8356
Secretary/TA TBD
TA Office Hours TBD
Course URL (if any)

Course Basics
Credit Hours 3
Lecture(s) Nbr of Lec(s) Per Week 2 Duration 75 minutes
Recitation/Lab (per week) Nbr of Lec(s) Per Week - Duration -
Tutorial (per week) Nbr of Lec(s) Per Week - Duration -

Course Distribution
Core -
Elective yes
Open for Student Category Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Physics
Close for Student Category None

COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course would review the renewable sources and their need in world energy scenario. Energy harvesting through wind and PV would be
focused in this course. This course will encapsulate PV systems in detail from design of a solar cell to standalone and grid tied PV systems.
Costing of renewable and hybrid systems will also be focused in this course. The course also includes a research project in which students
would be required to do a detailed literature survey and/or analysis of a known finding. Profiling of PV cells, modeling of systems and
presentation of a potential PV application or detailed review of some applications in Pakistan scenario is also acceptable. Original research is
encouraged however a simulation based known result would also be acceptable.

COURSE PREREQUISITE(S)

• Devices and Electronics (EE-340)

COURSE OBJECTIVES

The objectives of this course will be to introduce students to

• Why is there a need of renewables worldwide and in Pakistan scenario


Basic understanding of wind power system

Detailed understanding of PV cells, panels and technologies

In depth analysis on PV systems and applications

Costing of renewable systems

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Learning Outcomes

CLO1: Understanding of technologies available in renewables with parametric analysis of Wind Energy Conversion systems
CLO2: Understand and analyze fundamentals of energy generation through PV cells
CLO3: Understand and analyze PV Balance of System including modules, inverters, storage in various applications
CLO4: Understand Economics of renewable and hybrid systems and apply the principles for optimized system design

Grading Breakup and Policy

Assignments (4-5): 5%
Quizzes (6-7): 15 %
Midterm Examination: 30 %
Project: 10 %
Final Examination: 40%

Relation to EE Program Outcomes


EE-555
Related PLOs Levels of Learning Teaching Methods CLO Attainment checked in
CLOs
CLO1 PLO1 Cog-3 Instruction, Tutorial, Assignments Quiz, Midterm, Final

CLO2 PLO2 Cog-4 Instruction, Tutorial, Assignments Quiz, Midterm, Final


CLO3 PLO3 Cog-4 Instruction, Tutorial, Assignments Quiz, Final
CLO4 PLO4 Cog-4 Instruction, Tutorial, Assignments Quiz, Final, project

Examination Detail

Yes
Midterm Duration: 90 mins
Exam Preferred Date: Midterm week
Exam Specifications: close book/close notes

Yes
Final Exam Duration: 3 hrs
Exam Specifications: close book/close notes

COURSE OVERVIEW
Recommended
Module Topics Related CLOs
Readings
World energy scenario and place of renewable Ch 1 (Solanki), Lec slides CLO1
1 for energy generation, review of renewable
(1 week) energy technologies and place of PV in context
of Pakistan and its importance.
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Wind Energy CH 4, 5, 6 (Makund) CLO1
• Classification of wind turbines
2
• Types of rotors
(2 weeks)
• Energy extraction from wind
• Wind power systems
Fundamentals of semiconductors Ch 2, 3, 4 (Solanki) CLO2
• Semiconductors as materials for solar
cells
3 • Carrier concentration and distribution
(2 weeks) • generation-recombination processes
• Continuity Equations
• PN diodes: introduction to solar cells

Design of solar cells Ch 5 (Solanki) CLO2


• Upper limits of cell parameters
4 • Losses in solar cells
(3 weeks) • Design of parameters for a high
efficiency solar cell

Heterojunction, thin films and other promising Ch 8 (Solanki), research CLO2


solar cells papers
• GaAs-based tandem cells
5
• Amorphous Si based thin films
(1 weeks)
• CIGS and CdTe based cells
• Emerging cells

PV modules, systems and applications Ch 12-1 4 (Solanki) CLO3


6
• Stand-alone system
(3 weeks)
• Mppt, batteries, inversion
7 Grid Connected PV systems and hybrid systems Ch 13 (Makund) CLO4
(1 weeks)
8 Costing: payback period, life cycle cost, case Handouts CLO4
(1 week) study etc.

Textbooks:
1. Solar Photovoltaics: Fundamental, technologies and applications
SOLANKI, CHETAN SINGH: 2nd ed. 2009 (Prentice Hall)
2. Wind and Solar Power Systems.
R.P Makund, 1999 (CRC press)

Reference books:
‘Renewable and Efficient Electric Power Systems’ by Gilbert M. Masters (Wiley)