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Presentation of Microgrid

03/01/2017 7:53 PM

Hello.I am a power electricity student.

I have a presentation about micro grid, can every one help me choosing which objectives(parts) are more helpful and more important to explain ?

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Re: presentation of microgrid

03/01/2017 8:28 PM

It entirely depends on your audience: who are they and what do they expect to learn about a microgrid?

There are many aspects of a microgrid power system you could explain in a presentation (e.g. economics, educational benefit, frequency stability, energy balance, etc., etc.).

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Re: presentation of microgrid

03/01/2017 8:46 PM

You could start with presenting the basics of what a micro-grid is and what benefits it can give, then end with an example micro-grid system geographically relevant to where you are presenting.

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Re: presentation of microgrid

03/01/2017 9:57 PM

Why don't you give us your presentation and we'll critique it....

https://building-microgrid.lbl.gov/about-microgrids

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Re: Presentation of Microgrid

03/03/2017 8:27 PM

I have no idea what a micro grid is,,what I do know is that when you get a home work assignment to present a choice of different parts or a particular part of a system, you research everything you can about it. Then you present that part of the system using graphs, images, white papers etc in a logical well thought out format. Your purpose being to educate and inform a selected audience.

Think of yourself as a lecturer holding a meeting and it's upon you to sway the group toward your position.

Have fun !

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Re: Presentation of Microgrid

03/06/2017 7:35 AM

Micro-grid... It could conceivably be as small as the effect and durability, therefore safety, of various light switch covers. If you do that one I would request a copy. As having had to replace almost every stinking cover in the house because my loving wife decided to paint a few rooms, I'd like to know how some companies decide how thin or thick to make their covers.

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