Marian Sobierajski

 Marian Sobierajski

Full professor at Wrocław University of Technology. Deals with scientific problems related to planning and control of electrical power engineering systems. Published about 180 papers, mainly on probabilistic power distribution, voltage stability, local stability and quality of electrical power. His recent papers are primarily related to the methods of estimation of power transmission over extrahigh voltage grids, modelling and computer simulation of transient states (Matlab) and cooperation of local power plants with the electrical power system

Article list:

  1. The method of linear optimisation of the permissible wind power generation in the transmission grid nodes
  2. Estimating Voltage Asymmetry Making by One Phase Micro-generator in Low Voltage Network
  3. Technical Conditions of Microgenerator Connection to a Low Voltage Network Taking Into Account Valid Rules and Practices Applied in Europe and Poland
  4. The Effect of Phase-to-earth Faults on the Operating Conditions of a Separated 110 kV Grid Normally Operated with Effectively Earthed Neutral, and Temporarily Supplied from a Compensated 110 kV Grid
  5. Analysis of Energy and Power Generation in a Photovoltaic Micro installation Interconnected with a Low Voltage Grid
  6. Pseudo-random Simulation of Synchronous Interconnections of Polish and German 110 kV Grids
  7. Pseudo-random Simulation of Node Voltages in Medium and Low Voltage Grids with Photovoltaic Micro-installations