COURSE PRO FORMA

IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Programme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* Engineering Master of Engineering (Power System)

KXGE6102
Modern Power Electronics N/A 120 hours 3 At the end of this course, students are able to:

1. Understand the power electronics applications and its importance to society and industry. 2. Evaluate the topography of converters such as DC-DC, resonant converters, single-phase and three phase converters with an emphasis on application of devices and industrial applications 3. Design system controller for power converter application, and perform the design in hardware.
Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents 1. Cooperative learning skills 2. Technical Writing skills Overview of the field, introduction to power electronics, EMC standard, converter modeling, dynamic control of the DC-DC converters, three-phase buck, boost and flyback converter, resonant converters and its applications Lecture, tutorial, assignments

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc)

Assessment Methods*

Continuous assessment  Assignment  Test Final examination

50%

50%

Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment

Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010

UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03

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COURSE PRO FORMA

IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Programme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* Engineering Master of Engineering (Power System) KXGE6305 Power Quality in Industry N/A 120 hours 3 At the end of this course, students are able to: 1. To understand the power quality phenomenon and its importance to society and industry. 2. Analyze and evaluate the characteristics of power frequency disturbances, Electrical transient effects, harmonics and power factor, grounding and bonding, and electromagnetic interferences. 3 To understand measuring methods and solve power quality problems. To identify techniques to mitigate power quality disturbances 3. Cooperative learning skills 4. Presentation skills 5. Technical Writing skills Both electric utilities and end users of electric power are becoming increasingly concerned about the quality of electric power. The course contents cover power quality standards, power frequency disturbances i.e. voltage sags, cures and voltage tolerance criteria, transients system model, types & cause and examples, harmonics & power factor, grounding and bonding, electromagnetic interference and measuring and solving power quality problems. Lecture, assignment, tutorial

Transferable Skills

Synopsis of Course Contents

Method of Delivery (lecture, tutorial, workshop, etc)

Assessment Methods*

Continuous assessment Assignment assessment  Test Final examination

50%

50%

Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment

Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010

UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03

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The formulation of system Jacobian matrix will be imperative. tutorial. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Power system control. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit * Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6101 Modern Power System Analysis Nil 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. line compensation Lecture. workshop. Perform load flow analysis. Decoupled load flow and Fast-Decoupled load flow. The load flow methods covered will include Newton Raphson. Group Work Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. 3. Apply principle of power system analysis to perform on practical power system studies  Cooperative learning skills  Presentation skills  Technical writing skills Student will be introduced to the basic concepts of power systems. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 3 .COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. load flow and balanced and unbalanced fault analysis. Discuss the concepts of power system and the required analysis. 2. Gauss Seidel. students are able to: 1. Computer lab.

Technical writing skills Theories and representation of Synchronous Machines and Induction Machines. Presentation skills 6. 2. 3. Cooperative learning skills 5. SRM and Permanent Magnet Machines. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. group work Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. workshop. 4. transient performance and characteristics of Synchronous Machines and Induction Machines. Computer modeling of Electrical Machines. Compare the machine performance for difference industrial applications. Lecture. Linear Machines.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Observed properties of an electrical machine using standard software such as Matlab. students are able to: 1. tutorial. etc) Assessment Methods* Final examination Continuous assessment 50% 50% Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 4 . Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6103 Modern Electrical Machines Nil 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. Analyse electrical machines both static and dynamic equivalent circuits.

Solve ordinary & partial differential equations using finite difference and finite element methods  Cooperative learning skills  Presentation skills  Technical writing skills Introduction to numerical Analysis Methods.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. the student will be able to: 4. group work Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6104 Computational Mathematics Nil 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations (PDEs). Numerical Differentiation and Integration. computer codes. tutorial. etc) Assessment Methods* Final examination Continuous assessment 50% 50% Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 5 . Solve linear and non-linear equations 6. Numerical Solution of Finite Element Equations Lecture. Finite Element Method principle and Examples. Solution of Polynomial and Algebraic Equations. Systems of Linear Algebraic Equations. Write algorithms to model engineering problems 5. Special and Sparse Matrices. workshop. Numerical Solution of Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs).

COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. functions. the course will delve into various types of system protections including their objectives. Apply the principles of power system protection in setting protective relays 10. Lecture. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 6 . In order to achieve this goal an in depth knowledge of power system protection is necessary. Analyse the operations of relays for various faults in the system 7. Cooperative learning skills 8. workshop. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6106 Power System Protection KXGE 6101 Modern Power System Analysis 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. The reliability of power systems depend on its proper design and operation of the protection system which is considered the forefront of defence. Presentation skills 9. Group Work Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. students are able to: 7. settings and testing. tutorial. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Design the protection schemes 9. Technical writing skills Power Systems are subjected to faults generated internally and externally. In this course students will learn and analyse the various types of faults that could occur in the network and the corresponding response of power system states used for protection measurements. Discuss the principles of power system protection 8. Based on the various measured quantities.

COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Final Assessment : 100% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 7 . students are able to: 1. tutorial. workshop. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Analyse experimental and theoretical data 4. Perform literature review on research topics related to power system engineering 2. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit * Learning Outcomes* Master of Engineering (Power System) KXGE 6180 Research Project Have successfully completed 5 subjects in program 480 12 At the end of the course. Write a scientific report Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Able to carry out research systematically       Carry out literature review on a specific research topic Plan a research methodology Collect experimental data Interpret data Write a report Carry out a presentation • • • Cooperative learning skills Presentation skills Technical writing skills Method of Delivery (lecture. Manage a methodology to carry out experimental or theoretical research 3.

Lecture.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6301 Power System Transients KXGE 6101 Modern Power System Analysis 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. Cooperative learning skills 12. In design of power system equipment and installation such as substations and transmission lines. Some examples of practical incidents involving failure of insulations will also be discussed. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 8 . students are able to:  Discuss the concept of power system transients  Perform the Concept of Insulation Coordination in determining the Basic Insulation Level of High Voltage Equipment in Transmission Substation  Analyse the effects of Transient Recovery Voltage on Circuit Breakers. 11. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Technical writing skills Power system networks in areas with high isokeraunic level are subjected to frequent over voltages due to lightning transients. This course will provide the basic skill and knowledge in mitigating the effects of over voltages. Additionally over voltage transients can also be internally generated in the network through switching operations and fault incidents. group work Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. In this course. students will learn the various external and internal sources of over voltages based on practical experience in Malaysian environment. workshop. students will be exposed on how to mitigate the problems and acquire basic skills in insulation coordination. tutorial. the right level of insulation must be applied to avoid the damaging effects of over voltages. Presentation skills 13. Following understanding of of the various sources of over voltages.

Lecture. Interconnected System Dynamic Response. Q Plane. Steady State Stability Power Limit. Cooperative learning skills 2. 1. Develop skills to model control devices that can be incorporated in power system simulations. students are able to: 1. Technical writing skills Control of the Power System. Transient Stability Definitions. 2. Machine Voltage Control. Swing Equation Solution. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. workshop. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 9 . Steady State Stability in P. Modeling of Dynamic Devices. Group Work Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. Tutorial.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Perform fundamental computation and modeling of power system control and stability. tutorial. Power System Stabiliser. Analyse dynamic behavior of power control systems subject to various disturbances from the aggregated behavior of the many dynamic devices. Power Plant Response Characteristics. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6303 Power System Control and Stability KXGE 6101 Modern Power System Analysis 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. 3. Power System Dynamic Computation.

workshop. maintenance outage scheduling. 17. tutorial.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Identify elements of Power System Operation in two distinct but interrelated activities of operational planning and real-time operation and controls. reactive sources operation etc. 15. loadshedding. students are able to: 14. In this course. Identify current trend in power system operation and examine possible research areas of interest to the power industry  Cooperative learning skills  Technical writing skills Power system operation and control comprises of two major activities of operational planning and real time operation. At the same time control operators must be prepared for emergency involving switching operations. commissioning and security analysis. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 10 . scheduling. Perform basic generation scheduling in unconstrained as well as security constrained conditions. generation tripping.. Identify requirements for steady-state and dynamic security assessments. Group Work Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. 16. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. switching and real-time security analysis. Real time operation and control starts with the receipt of the operation plans and continues with activities for dispatching. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6304 Power System Operation KXGE 6101 Modern Power System Analysis 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. This course is also intended to expose students to current trend in power system operation that may generate new ideas for research. students will learn the various elements of operational planning and real-time operation including current challenges. Operational planning is responsible for forecasting. Lecture.

Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. students are able to: 1. Cooperative learning skills 2. workshop. Explain the basic principles of vector drives. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6308 Vector Control of AC Machines KXGE6103 Modern Electrical Machines 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. 1. Stator Flux Oriented Vector Control and Magnetizing Flux Oriented Vector control of synchronous machines and induction machines.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. tutorial. Demonstrate vector drives using standard software. 3. Lecture. tutorial. group work Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. Technical writing skills Rotor Flux Oriented Vector Control. 2. Design vector drives using microprocessor. etc) Assessment Methods* Final examination Continuous assessment 50% 50% Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 11 .

aspects of dynamic computational methods are not normally the concern. In utility practices. Acquire skills in modelling of dynamic devices that can be incorporated in power system dynamic simulations. limitations. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) KXGE 6309 POWER SYSTEM DYNAMICS COMPUTATIONS KXGE 6101 Modern Power System Analysis Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. 3. 12 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 .COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. future trends and innovations. Perform fundamental modelling and computation related to power system dynamics. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. as well as in power plants. students are able to: 1. Therefore.    Cooperative learning skills Presentation skills Technical writing skills Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Application aspects of power system dynamics and controls can usually be acquired or learned through industry experience and courses – work in utility planning. applications. In utility practices. 2. operation. and  the output are reasonable/practical and can be analysed and understood. Analyse dynamic behaviour of power systems subject to various disturbances from the aggregated behaviour of the many dynamic devices. power system dynamic calculations are carried out using commercial packages and the two most important aspects of such applications are:  to ensure that the input data and assumptions are correct. consulting. This course intends to fill the gap and a postgraduate course like this would present a good opportunity for students as well as practicing engineers to explore and understand power system dynamic computations and perhaps to take up the subject as research area/interest. there is a gap in the understanding of computational methods.

COURSE PRO FORMA Method of Delivery (lecture. etc) Lecture. tutorial. workshop. group work Assessment Methods* Final examination Continuous assessment 50% 50% Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 13 . tutorial .

the electricity supply industry in Malaysia is considered hardly competitive. Issues on transmission pricing are Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 14 . The course starts with understanding of electricity supply industry reforms with introduction to electricity industry structure. students are able to: 10. Fundamental concepts in economics as applied to electricity supply and demand and costs and price are elaborated. Use bidding information and perform dispatch and balancing in the competitive market 13. Identify the various business elements associated competitive electricity market 12. regulations and the incentives to introduce competition. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6310 POWER SYSTEM ECONOMICS NIL 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. Description of both electricity wholesale and retail markets are described with several examples of trading arrangements. Efficiency can only be achieved through competition. system operation requirements. Compare various electricity market structures and identify the most appropriate for Malaysia 11. System security issues and acquisition of ancillary services are discussed next followed by discussions on transmission in competitive market. Various electricity markets and trading arrangements are discussed next. Hopefully this will encourage research in the subject and groom power system economists for the country. From economic perspective. balancing and the Grid Code. This course will focus on understanding competitive electricity market operation so that course participants can identify the most appropriate strategies for the Malaysian electricity supply industry to move ahead to establish competition. It is inevitable that the local supply industry must become more efficient to compete for the same scarce resources.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Analyse security issues in a deregulated environment  Cooperative learning skills  Presentation skills  Technical writing skills Current trend in power system economics study focuses on how competition is introduced in traditionally monopolistic industry and how competition can be made successful.

Method of Delivery (lecture. workshop. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment followed by investments in generation and Lecture. tutorial. group work Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 15 .COURSE PRO FORMA discussed next transmission.

Presentation skills 16.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. workshop. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6311 COMPUTATIONAL SKILLS FOR POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS NIL 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. mathematical formulations and to write computer codes/programs to implement the necessary computations. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. group work Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. 14. students are able to:  Translate mathematical formulations and equations in power system analysis into implementable computer codes or programs  Perform skills in computer programming using the state-ofthe-art computing technologies  Discuss current trends in power system computation particularly for real-time applications for further research. SCADA measurements. Lectures. outage information and the network models itself. The main objective of this course is to provide students with the necessary skills to understand the various data and models in power systems. Cooperative learning skills 15. tutorial. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 16 . power engineers must have the skills to formulate mathematical and data models as well as computer programming and computational competencies. Technical writing skills The power industry deals with large amount data such as billing information. To process this large amount of data for extracting useful information for business and decision making.

substation and substation equipment such as transformer. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 17 . underground cables. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Discuss the concept of high voltage engineering 19. bushing circuit breaker.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. group work Transferable Skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. Apply the knowledge of high voltage engineering in specify high voltage equipment  Cooperative learning skills  Presentation skills  Technical writing skills Fundamental concepts of the design installation and maintenance of high voltage overhead lines. workshop. Also the fundamental of HVDC transmission and Static Vars compensator Lecture. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes KXGE 6312 High Voltage Engineering KXGE 6101 Modern Power System Analysis 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. Design high voltage equipment 20. the students are to: 18. tutorial.

Operate in distribution networks. The students will be introduced to the fundamental theory. Lecture. Develop the concept of power distribution in planning. design construction and operation in Medium (MV) and Low voltage (LV) Distribution Systems Network. Transferable Skills    Cooperative learning skills Presentation skills Technical writing skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. workshop. the students are able to: 17. group work Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 18 . Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Discuss the concept of power distribution engineering 18. construction and operation of various major components used in MV and LV Distribution System. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6313 Power Distribution Engineering KXGE 6101 Modern Power System Analysis 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. tutorial. Overview of safety procedures will also be introduced.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. designing and constructing distribution networks 19. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment The course covers planning.

 Analyze the control method used in many power electronics application  Explain the stability performance of control method used is many power electronics system Transferable Skills 21. tutorial. PI and PID controllers. Energy Factor. Digitally controlled converters.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Academy/Faculty/Centre Faculty of Engineering Programme Master of Engineering (Power System) Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* KXGE 6314 Modern Control of Power Electronics and Applications KXGE 6102 Modern Power Electronics 120 Hours 3 Credits At the end of this course. Cooperative learning skills 22. Application of energy factor in AC and DC motor Drives. stability analysis of open-loop and closed loop control. Technical writing skills Introduction to analogue and digital power electronics. the students are able to:  Understand the control strategy of modern power electronics circuitry. group work Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. etc) Assessment Methods* Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Final examination 50% Continuous assessment 50% Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 19 . Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level.  Formulate the application of digital power electronics in system control. Lecture. workshop. Modelling of digital power electronics and digital control system.

workshop. Scientific research methods. Identify suitable research problem and write research proposal 2. Written communication of research results: thesis writing and scientific paper writing.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. Prepare scientific paper Transferable Skills 1. Review of basic writing skills. etc) Assessment Methods* Criteria in Summative Assessment University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 20 . tutorial. Final examination: submission and presentation of thesis/dissertation (based on what has been done so far) Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Results will be notified through internet Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. participation in group discussion. Research ethics. Continuous assessment: assignment. Lectures. Presentation skill Philosophy and history. presentation. Identifying research problems and proposal writing. Select and apply appropriate research technique and experimental design 3. Oral communication of research results and attending conferences. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Cooperative learning skills 2. and research techniques. Experimental design and statistical techniques. Prepare postgraduate thesis/dissertation 4. student will be able to: 1. Literature review. Academy/Faculty/Centre Programme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit* Learning Outcomes* Faculty of Engineering Master of Engineering (Power System) KXGX 6101 Research Methodology 120 h 3 By the end of this course. assignments. presentations. group discussions.

planning and execute the tough processes and usage of necessary tools in any project and also able to effectively address the challenges faced during the project. 3. an appreciation of the various drivers of change which may impact a project during its life cycle. Cooperative learning skills 2. Manage. workshop. Tutorial. Develop. Organization. Lecture. 2. Presentation Final examination Continuous assessment 50% 50% Methodologies for Feedback on Performance Criteria in Summative Assessment Results will be notified through internet University of Malay Examination Methods (Master’s Degree) 2010 University of Malaya Examination Rules (Master’s Degree) 2010 UM-PT01-PK03-BR003(BI)-S03 21 . Transferable Skills 1. Technical writing skills Synopsis of Course Contents Method of Delivery (lecture. Presentation skills 3. Process. tutorial. People and Structure. etc) Assessment Methods* Introduction Project management. Changes to the other items can be approved at the Academy/Faculty/Institution/Centre level. Provide the graduate students with holistic understanding of the principle components and concepts of project management.COURSE PRO FORMA IMPORTANT: Contents of this Pro Forma shall not be changed without the Senate’s approval for items indicated with *. within the students. Strategy. Case Study. Academy/Faculty/Centre Programme Course Code* Course Title* Course Pre-requisite(s)/ Minimum Requirement(s) Student Learning Time (SLT)* Credit * Learning Outcomes* Engineering Master of Engineering (Power System) KXGX 6301 Project Management for Engineers Nil 120 3 At the end of the course. students are able to: 1.

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