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Early Booking Rate: ?955 + VAT valid until 23.10.10 Standard Booking Rate: ?995 + VAT Power systems study is the use of computer software to calculate the performance of electrical power systems. These studies are essential to support the design of electrical systems or determine the operational performance that can be expected from an existing system, especially if it is to be reconfigured. The scope and complexity of system studies varies greatly, from simple power flow and fault calculations to establish compliance with BS 7671 (Requirements for Electrical Installations. IEE Wiring Regulations), through to detailed stability analysis. Studies can also be very data intensive and the parameters required may not be routinely encountered, and therefore not readily acquired or estimated. The benefits that even simple system studies can offer are often overlooked. The course will allow you to undertake these studies more readily. It is ideal for those needing to understand what system studies can offer and how they can be approached. It will also be valuable to those who are tasked with conducting studies and those who may be required to specify and control studies being conducted by a third party. The techniques will be demonstrated using power systems software with the opportunity for hands-on working. The course will include: Load flow Fault studies Circuit protection Harmonic analysis Transient stability The course will be dealing with concepts and principles, and will not require an in-depth mathematical knowledge of system theory or analytical techniques.

Early Booking Rate: ?955 + VAT valid until 23.10.10 Standard Booking Rate: ?995 + VAT Power systems study is the use of computer software to calculate the performance of electrical power systems. These studies are essential to support the design of electrical systems or determine the operational performance that can be expected from an existing system, especially if it is to be reconfigured. The...

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