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Mathematics to second year undergraduate level to include complex number theory, ordinary differential equations linear, non-linear 1st order and linear 2nd order homogenous with constant coefficients.
Electricity at first year undergraduate level to include basic theory and circuit analysis i.e. Kirchoff’s Laws, Ohm’s Law, Faraday’s law, Thevenin/Norton equivalent circuits, single-phase, three-phase and dc circuit analysis.
This module provides students with detailed knowledge of the design, performance and analysis of electrical power systems. The module aims to achieve competency in using analytical methods for understanding the design and operational behaviour of electrical power systems under steady-state and transient conditions. It provides technical knowledge in electrical power system technologies such as generators, cables, distribution and protection, and end-use equipment so as to appreciate the design features for different electrical power distribution and electrical propulsion systems.
Through Computer based software and with understanding of their algorithms, students become proficient at calculating performance parameters in small and large scale electrical power systems used in electric vehicle, electric ship or grid systems.
Power System Representation
Power System Technologies
Power System Analytical Methods
Upon completion of this module students will be able to:
This module is taught through: