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BTEC TRAINEE ASSESSMENT Trainee nameTrainee numberGroup Training year2020-21Semester2ProgrammePearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma inEngineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)NumberBLGS8Unit titleIndustrial Power, Electronics and StorageUnit number44BTEC Code21043KAssignment titleA1: Energy demand, technologies and methods of production, efficiencyimproving measures, technologies and policies.Unit leaderFormativeAssessmentSubmission Date26-03-2021SummativeAssessmentSubmission Date10-04-2021 Trainee declarationI certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own. I have clearly referenced any sources used in the work. Iunderstand that false declaration is a form of malpractice.Trainee signature: ______________________ Date: _______________________ Page 2 of 8BTEC ASSESSMENT RECORD Learning Outcomes and Assessment CriteriaPassMeritDistinctionLO1 Evaluate the energy demand to determine the technology and methods of energyproductionP1 Investigate currentenergy sources, demandand their impact on theenvironment.P2 Examine the benefitsand effectiveness ofrenewable energy sourcesP3 Explore renewableenergy technologies andtheir costsM1 Determine the use ofenergy sources to assesstheir global impact onenergy demandM2 Evaluate theeffectiveness anddrawbacks of renewableenergy systems for shortand long term energydemandsD1 Critically evaluatethe performance of arenewable energysystem and thetechnologies used inenergy efficiencyimprovement.LO2 Explore current energy efficiency measures, technologies and policies specific to thebuilding and transportation sectorsP4 Discuss current energyefficiency measuresP5 Determine the mainfactors that impact onenergy use and efficiencyin a buildingP6 Discuss thetechnologies that could beused to support moresustainable transportM3 Apply modelling ofenergy management in abuilding or electric vehicleusing Matlab/Simulink (orequivalent)M4 Evaluate the selectionof suitable technologies toimprove energy efficiencyin a building or electricvehicleD2 Analyse the dynamicperformance of apower electronicconverter for a givenrenewable energysource and calculatethe energy and costsavings againstconventional powersources, includingconsideration fordevelopment andinstallation costs Page 3 of 8 Evidence checklist (To be completed by the trainee)(Summarise evidence required, e.g. leaflet, presentation, report, etc.Page number Page 4 of 8 Assessor FeedbackGrade*Assessor SignatureDateInternal Verifier’s CommentsGrade Confirmed by IV*IV SignatureDateTrainee SignatureDate *Please note that grade decisions are provisional. They will only be final after the confirmation of theAssessment Board.- – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –Page 5 of 8Assessment receipt Trainee Name:Trainee ID:Unit TitleAssignment TitleProgramme & Group No.:Industrial Power,Electronics andStorageA1: Energy demand,technologies and methods ofproduction, efficiencyimproving measures,technologies and policiesPearson BTEC Level 5 HigherNational Diploma in Engineering(Electrical and Electronic Engineering)HNDEEE2-S2E01Time:Date received:Receiver’s Signature:Divisional stamp Page 6 of 8Bahrain Training InstituteElectrical and Electronics DivisionPearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Engineering (Electrical & Electronics Engineering) –(BLGS8/HNDEEE2) – Year 2Industrial Power, Electronics and Storage (21043K) (HEE450)Semester 2- 2020-2021Assignment-1Instructions to the Trainee:1. This Assignment should be done Individually.2. Attach the front sheet with the assessment.3. Read and understand the given tasks carefully.4. Number the tasks clearly.5. Referencing is compulsory. Any plagiarised work will be given unsatisfactory (U) grade.6. A self-plagiarism check may be done individually and report to be attached with document submitted.7. Present your report in the following format:• Font theme: Times New Roman/Arial• Font size: 12• Paragraphs: 1.5 line spacing.8. Total number of pages for this assignment is 8 pages.9. A short presentation will be taken for finalizing higher grades and in case required.Assignment brief Purpose of this assignment is to test your understanding on• Evaluating Energy demand and methods of energy production considering existing andrenewable energy systems by determining technology.• Also to explore energy efficiency measures, technologies and suitable policies specific tobuilding and transportation sectors.ScenarioEWA and SEU are the Governing bodies to look after energy matters in Kingdom ofBahrain. Being appointed as probationary renewable engineer in SEU, senior engineer assignedyou the task described below before actual implementation on site.The task is to seek the possibility of installing PV panel and electrify 3 houses/an electricvehicle instead of existing utility grid which consume approx. 3.kW load.You have to ensure that the overall system becomes more reliable and economical to run foroptimum energy management, hence, to apply modelling by MATLAB/SIMULINK, and analysisof the dynamic performance of power electronic converter used with that renewable sources.The typical house/small car consume energy 3 kW. The existing utility grid supply is singlephase AC power network via a transformer mounted on a post which lowers the voltage 11kVto 240 V. The initial input irradiance to the PV array model is 250 W/m2 and the operatingtemperature is 25 deg. C. The string of PV array to be selected for 3000W. Page 7 of 8 Part 1 Task 1 This task provides evidence for [LO1 & LO2]➢ Prepare a brief critical evaluation report- of solar PV panel system over currentenergy sources and other renewable technologies used in energy efficiencyimprovement for meeting short term and long-term demand by referring to anylegitimate sources data and showing charts, also considering their global impacton environment and demand, cost, benefits, effectiveness, and drawbacks of thegiven distribution system.➢ Determine the factors that impact on the energy use and efficiency in a building,discuss measures taken to improve efficiency, technologies and Evaluateselection of technologies that could be used to improve energy efficiency in aBahrain home or technologies chosen in an electric vehicle namely Tesla Model3 to promote sustainability.➢ Refer to scenario, Model the electrical energy consumption of the utility griddistribution system comparing with a PV system using Matlab/Simulink orequivalent software. Analyse the dynamic performance of dc-dc converter usedwith PV system at various irradiance level and calculate energy, cost savings ofPV system, considering development and installation cost against utility grid.Guidance/notes to trainees• Either para phrased or bulleted report in formal style as mentioned ininstructions is acceptable.• Refer to the government websites EWA/SEU given in sources of information for• policies also IEA/IRENA websites for latest global statistics.• Use pictures/diagrams/Pi charts where needed.• Refer the EWA website or any other website listed under sources of information• For task to apply modelling, produce print outs using Mat lab/Simulink or anyother software. Page 8 of 8 • Simulate and find PV voltage, power extracted from PV array and other outputsat steady state t=0.25 sec using MATLAB or any convenient simulation aid. Thestring of PV array to be selected for 3000W.The initial input irradiance to the PVarray model to be considered as 250 W/m2 and the operating temperature is 25deg. C is other data’s may be chosen as required for simulation.• State your references (books, websites, others. etc), also provide captions of thepictures provided.Evidence for this task:• A report written in a formal style, indicating tasks and sections.• Provide print outs of simulation results and validation of data.Source of InformationSource of Information• ABU-RUB, H., MALINOWSKI, M. and AL-HADDAD, K. (2014) Power Electronics forRenewable Energy Systems, Transportation and Industrial Applications. John Wiley &Sons.• EKANAYAKE, J. and JENKINS, N. (2012) Smart Grid Technology and Applications. JohnWiley & Sons.• RASHID, M.H. (2013) Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices and Applications. 4th Ed.Pearson.• TWIDELL, J. and WEIR, T. (2006) Renewable Energy Resources. 2nd Ed. Taylor & Francis.Paul Breeze, Power Generation Technologies. 2nd Ed. Newnes• Open source fromhttp://www.seu.gov.bhhttp://www.ewa.bh/en/Network/Electricityhttp://www.ewa.bh/en/AboutUs/annual-reportshttp://www.seu.gov.bh/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/02_NEEAP_full-report.pdfhttp://www.seu.gov.bh/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/02_NREAP-Full-Report.pdf• Matlab/Simulink or any load management software End of Assessment

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