Course

ECET 33100

Generation And Transmission Of Electrical Power

Credit Hours: 4.00. A study of the generation and transmission of electrical energy. Includes modeling and analysis of synchronous alternators, transformers, and transmission lines, plus analytical and computer methods of solving load flow and fault conditions on balanced and unbalanced three-phase systems. Introduces techniques used by utilities for protection and economic operation of power systems. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.

This course is offered by the School of Engineering Technology