eACCESS Project

Modernising Power and Electrical Engineering Education for partner Asian universities

eAccess is an Erasmus+ project co-financed by the European Union, coordinated by Lodz University of Technology and developed by a consortium made up of 8 institutions from Europe and Asia. This international cooperation alliance aims to develop and modernise Undergraduate and Post-graduate curriculum in Power and Electrical Engineering for partner Asian universities. This project will fill knowledge and skill deficit in the area of modern power system of the identified countries through knowledge dissemination, skill development and capacity building.

An access to know-how and experience in teaching of technologically advanced subjects is the critical conditions. Such knowledge and teaching skills are within the EU universities, which are involved for years in the transformation of the European power sector. Established eAccess Power Labs across Asian partner universities offer state-of-the art resources and practical learning tools to complement modernised curriculum in Power and Electrical Engineering

eAccess Smart Power Laboratories

Power electronic laboratory (eACCESS-PEL)

The laboratory will be oriented on the application in low voltage and network smart power converters, which are appearing in an increasing number in the distribution network due to photovoltaic installations, wind turbines and energy storage.

Microgrid laboratory (eACCESS-MGL)

This is a microgrid with 5,4 kWp PV arrays and 14,4 kWh batteries which are connected to utility (grid).Microgrids are systems that have at least one DER and associated loads, they can form intentional islands in the electrical distribution systems.

Power system computer simulation laboratory (eACCESS-CSL)

The laboratory will offer the possibility to study steady and transient states in the grid including load flow calculation, short circuit calculations in multi-voltage level, meshed power grids, it will support optimisation of power grid operation and planning.

Automation and Power Electronics Laboratory (eACCESS-APEL)

The emulation of physical phenomena occurring in transmission networks, testing and maintenance of transmission and energy conversion equipment, studying of lightning protection and electromagnetic compatibility problems, HV measurement equipment.

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