Electrical Power Systems: Loads
Location: Distance Learning Course
2021 - 2022 On-line Individual: $180.00
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This is the third course in the Electric Power Systems series and it covers the nature of electrical lighting and motor loads, and related issues including regulation, power factor correction, and power quality issues. Load requirements: voltage regulation, power quality; lightning loads; motor loads.
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.$12 flat rate shipping per order available in the U.S. (excluding Hawaii and Alaska)
|Course Fee (Basic)||2021 - 2022 On-line Individual||$ 180.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||2021 - 2022 DVD Individual||$ 200.00|
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Charles GrossDr. Charles A. Gross is the Square D Professor of Electrical Engineering at Auburn University. His more than thirty-five years of electrical engineering experience in industry and education includes work with several industries, consulting firms, and governmental agencies. Professor Gross holds a B.S. in Physics and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alabama as well as M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri at Rolla. He is a registered engineer and a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). Dr. Gross is an IEEE Fellow 2008 for contribution to Power Engineering Education and also received the international "Outstanding Power Engineering Education Award for 2001" from the IEEE Power Engineering Society. The second edition of his book, Power Systems Analysis, was published by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. in the spring of 1986. He has authored or co-authored numerous technical papers and received several outstanding teaching awards.