Power System Protection Fundamentals - Series2
When we think about the operation, construction and components used in Power System. The most important factor which may lead to sever damage when neglected is the protection of Power System. Power System protection is the most essential and crucial study of Electrical Power System which deals the different schemes for power system protection. This course aims to teach you all the fundamentals of Power System Protection in much detail.
This is Part 2 of Power System Protection Fundamentals series. In this part, we will analyze the effects of all types of faults in power system along with the easy hands-on calculations. To develop your strong concept on fault analysis, we will discuss how faults can be identified by analyzing waveforms. In the previous part, we discussed the most tedious and complex theory of symmetrical components that are found in different types of faults. We also covered the requirements needed to design protective devices and the applications of these devices through a schematic diagram.
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Who this course is for:
- This course is for Electrical Engineering students who have keen interest in Power System Protection. This course is also useful for qualified electricians, professional engineers, EITs, drafters, equipment reps, suppliers, and distributors who want to refresh their knowledge on Power System Protection.