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Electrical Power Systems: Power Distribution Systems

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This is the second course in the Electric Power Systems series and it covers the fundamentals of electrical distribution systems, including substations, transformers, circuit components and switchgear. Substations, transformers; conductors, bus work, feeders, laterals; switchgear: fuses, relays, circuit breakers, reclosers.

An understanding of the fundamentals is necessary before taking this course.

Successfully complete all 4 courses within a two year time period and receive an Electric Power Systems Series Certificate to acknowledge your competence in this topic area.

Purchase Options: Each course can be purchased separately. However, it is recommended that most students take all four courses, and in the recommended order (1,2,3,4), since there is some cross-referencing between courses.

Electric Power Systems Series: Four courses, 12 hours = 1.2 CEUs
     - Electrical Power Systems: Fundamentals review (V01F) three hours
     - Electrical Power Systems: Power distribution systems (V01G) three hours
     - Electrical Power Systems: Loads (V01H) three hours
     - Electrical Power Systems: Protection (V01J) three hours

Target Audience: Non-electrical engineering personnel, including civil, mechanical, industrial, chemical, and plant engineers, as well as independent power producers, involved in designing, maintaining, upgrading, and utilization of plant electrical power systems.

$12 flat rate shipping per order available in the U.S. (excluding Hawaii and Alaska)

 CEUs: 0.30  Hours: 3.00

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V01GInd Study180.00

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