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Short-Circuit Testing & Overvoltage Device Coordination (7 credit hours/7 HSW Hours)
This 7 hour course explains the differences between the various types of current that can be found in an electrical system. The importance of short-circuit testing and overvoltage device coordination is presented. During the design stage, these items are critical to the protection of all components and safety of the operators. Some of the latest computer software programs are also discussed and the course presents how these programs have made critical calculations much easier to determine.
Don Kredensor

The student will understand basic motor circuits and how these relate to the types of protective devices required.

 

The student will gain knowledge on Norton and Thevenin theories and understand how these theories simplify circuit analysis.

 

The student will learn about short-circuit applications in the power system world and how computers have enabled engineers to speed up these calculations and thus save money.

 

The student will understand the calculation procedure for determining short-circuit values.

           

The student will gain knowledge on device coordination and how this relates to a more cost effective system.


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