6.691 | Spring 2006 | Graduate

Seminar in Electric Power Systems


Each student is expected to study some aspect of electric power systems planning or operations, to write a brief report (comparable in scope to a professional society conference paper) and to present the work to the class. Time in the last few class sessions is reserved for these presentations. The project topics were negotiated with and agreed to by the instructor before work was begun. Projects could be individual or team efforts. Teams consist of two or three students.

Ship to Shore Power: U.S. Navy Humanitarian Relief? (PDF) (Courtesy of R. Derek Scott. Used with permission.)

The August 2003 Blackout (PDF - 1 MB) (Courtesy of Brooke Kahl and Steven Vasovski. Used with permission.)

Course Info

As Taught In
Spring 2006
Learning Resource Types
Lecture Notes
Projects with Examples
Problem Sets with Solutions