10 Credits AUTUMN

Cannot be taken with: EEE301, EEE338

Aims/Description: To provide an insight into the main issues concerning the design and performance of a large power network, to develop models and analytical techniques used in the calculation of the characteristics and specification of the main items of equipment involved in the generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power.

Staff Contact: CHEN XIAO
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Independent Study,
Assessment: Formal Exam

Notes: The module forms part of a degree course accredited by the Institution of Electrical Engineers for the Engineering Council

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