Power Engineering Education Committee

 

Digital Educational Resources

 


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Educational Software:
free software (public domain or royalty free) for educational use

To get your software linked to this page please contact Dr. Leonard Bohmann .


Course Materials

         PowerLearn : Contains many self-contained units of course materials corresponding to a topic related to power system engineering. Examples of module topics include per unit system, transmission line thermal limits, and distribution planning. Each module consists of three components: presentation, library, and simulator. The presentation contains two items: (1) notes, with examples and problems, and (2) summary in bulleted form. (available in HTML, MS Word, and PowerPoint). The library is a collection of miscellaneous visual or textual elements pertaining to the module. The simulator is an interactive, highly visual MATLAB program that runs on the student version of MATLAB 5.0.

 


Power Engineering Education Committee Panel Sessions

         Research Proposal Preparation Panel
Handouts from the IEEE PES 2001 Winter Meeting, Columbus, OH

         Grand Challenges In Electric Power Engineeirng Panel
Handouts from the IEEE PES 2002 Winter Meeting, New York, NY
or
Handouts from the IEEE PES 2002 Summer Meeting, Chicago, IL

         Teaching Deregulation Panel
Handouts from the IEEE PES 2002 Summer Meeting, Chicago, IL

         Orginizing Research Consortia Panel
Handouts from the IEEE PES 2002 Summer Meeting, Chicago, IL


Power Engineering Education Resources Survey

PEEC regularly conducts a survey of power engineering education within North America. We will shortly be collecting data for the next survey at:
Power Engineeering Education Resource Survey.  This also has links to the previoulsy published surveys.

The completed surveys have been  published in the IEEE Transactions on Power Systems. The latest survey is:

"Electric Power Engineering Education Resources 2005-2006, IEEE Power engineering Society Committee Report "; IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Vol 23, No. 1, February 2008; pp. 1-24.

An earlier unpublished report:  " Electric Power Engineering Education Resources 1995-96, IEEE Power engineering Society Committee Report "


For further information contact:

Dr. James D. McCalley
1113 Coover Hall
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
Phone: (515)294-4844
Fax: (515)294-4263
E-mail: jdm@iastate.edu


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last updated 11/1/14