EEET 223 - Power Generation and Transmission

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Course Description

This course provides students with an understanding of electrical power generation, transmission distribution and power system protection. The course covers components of industrial utility power systems, voltage levels, types of transmission systems and their components, different electrical distribution systems, circuit breakers, various protection schemes and protective relays.

Laboratory exercises support the theory classes. Practical circuits are analyzed to promote and strengthen the mathematical and analytical capabilities of the students, and to help them understand & apply their concepts in the design and implementation of electrical systems.

Text Book for the course: Electrical Machines Drives and Power System, Theodore Wildi, 6th Edition

Class Presentations

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Lecture Notes

Module 1. Electrical Power Generation

Lecture 1 - Sources of Electrical Energy

Lecture 2 - Comparison of Sources

Module 2. Transmission and Distribution

Module 3. Power System Protection

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Quiz Questions

Quiz 1

Quiz 2

Quiz 3

Quiz 4

Midterm Questions

MidTerm Model Answer