These courses introduce students to the fundamentals of three-phase ac power circuits (wye and delta configurations, three-phase ac power measurement, phase sequence), as well as to the operating characteristics of three-phase transformer banks, which are an essential component in ac power transmission systems. Training continues with the main course: AC Transmission Lines.
This course is the core of the training system and introduces students to the characteristics and behavior of high-voltage ac transmission lines, as well as to the voltage compensation of these lines using switched shunt compensation (SSC). It covers a multitude of topics related to high-voltage transmission lines, such as voltage regulation characteristics, characteristic impedance, natural load, corrected PI equivalent circuit, power voltage curve, line length, and active power transmission.
The following four courses from the Electric Power Technology Training Program can be optionally added to the AC Power Transmission Training System to provide students with the basic knowledge of electric power technology required to study ac power transmission systems:
These four courses familiarize the student with the fundamentals of dc power circuits and single-phase ac power circuits, as well as with the operating characteristics of single-phase power transformers and three-phase rotating machines (notably the three-phase synchronous generator).
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