October 15-19, 2018
This event is organized by the Department of Engineering Professional Development of University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Fee covers morning and afternoon breaks, scheduled lunches, and course materials
Why do power system disturbances occur? How do you find the culprit of transient events? Can you analyze the complexities of the electric power system?
Learn to predict the outcome of transient events on power systems. Construct model power systems, apply transient events, and analyze the power system effects. Design mitigation options and compare effectiveness of the options.
If you are familiar with power systems, you will benefit. The case study approach introduces the various families of transients. It will also develop an in-depth understanding of the phenomenon. If you have a more detailed transients background, you will expand your knowledge. Participate in exercises using the tool EMTP-RV. We will provide classroom computers. Attendees will receive time-limited access to the current version of EMTP-RV.
Engineering personnel familiar with the basics of electric power system analysis who need to get more in-depth knowledge of the analysis and simulation of power system transients in areas including:
The training is presented in English.
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