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ENER-1210 - Electrical Power Theory

This course introduces the student to electricity and electrical power concepts. Topics include the study of basic electrical characteristics, series and parallel circuits, resistance and impedance, single-phase and three-phase circuits, power generation and transmission, power factor and correction, DC transmission, rectification, inverter systems, and grid transfer. The student will also learn about generator control, protection, and fault management.
Academic Level
Undergraduate
Subject
ENER-Energy Generation Oper
Department
Energy Generation Operations
Credits
5
Prerequisites
  • Take MATH-1050 MATH-1100 or MATH-1150
Corequisites
None
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