This course provides students with a working knowledge of electric power systems operations. The course covers generation, transmission and distribution including household wiring. Basic electrical terminology and concepts are covered with regard to design, construction, operations, maintenance of power plants substations, transmission, and distribution lines. The student learns the basics of substation equipment, system protective relaying, and system planning functions. The course includes discussions of normal and emergency system operations to give a true perspective of real time operations. Topics such as reactive supply, voltage control, stability, reliability, and other system parameters are discussed. The course usually includes a visit to a local substation or power plant. Additional topics of the evolution and regulating bodies of the U.S. power systems are also covered.
Modality: PWR100 is available in the blended (synchronous webcast) modality with extensive content and activity interaction online in the eLearning Portal (www.aptconline.com)
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