University of Technology Sydney

48572 Power Circuit Theory

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Requisite(s): 48530 Circuit Analysis and Design
Recommended studies: an understanding of electric circuit theory is essential to this subject, as well as the solution to ordinary differential equations. It is assumed that the students have prior knowledge in the following: Complex numbers and its application to the analysis of AC circuits. Circuit analysis. Fundamentals of electrical machines. MATLAB programming to solve simple problems

Field of practice: Electrical Engineering major


Undergraduate

Description

The subject introduces the basic methods used in the analysis and design of electric power networks. Its purpose is to give students a working knowledge of modern power system theory and practice. Techniques introduced in earlier circuit analysis subjects are further developed and applied to power system problems.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus


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