EC3110: Electrical Energy: Present and Emerging Technologies (3‐2) / New Course Flyer
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Course Description: This course presents electrical energy topics for on shore facilities, expeditionary and ship applications divided into three categories; generation, distribution and consumption. For these three categories the current state of the art is presented first and then expounded with emerging technologies including renewable energy sources, distributed resources, micro‐grids, energy management systems, flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS), battery management systems, all electric and hybrid transportation systems, more efficient loads such as lighting, motors and power converters. Hands on laboratories are a key part of the course.
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