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Published since 1882 and read by managers and engineers, POWER is the oldest and most trusted source of information in the energy industry. Coverage includes boilers and combustion systems, environmental management; instrumentation, controls, computers, and software; information technologies; natural gas, oil, coal, and renewable fuels; nuclear power; pumps, compressors, valves, and piping; turbines, engines, and generators; water treatment.

 

Electricity Distribution

Electricity distribution is the penultimate stage in the delivery (before retail) of electricity to end users. It is generally considered to include medium-voltage (less than 50 kV) power lines, electrical substations and pole-mounted transformers, low-voltage (less than 1000 V) distribution wiring and sometimes electricity meters.

 

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Electrical Engineering Awareness and Terminology Certification - $9.99 The Electrical Engineering Awareness and Terminology Certification has been developed to assess important concepts, skills and terminology related to Electrical Engineering.

Electricity Modernization Act of 2005
This 4-hour course reviews Title 12 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. This portion of the Act is also known as the Electricity Modernization Act of 2005 (EMAct’05) and concerns reliability of the electric utility grid in the United States. EMAct’05 amends the Federal Power Act to address reliability, transmission upgrades, transmission operations, alternative fuel sources, and other items related to the operation of electric power systems. - 4 PDH

The Electric Transmission Grid
This 3-hour course is an overview of the electric transmission grid in the United States. In this course we will review the basic structure of the industry, look at the historical events that have helped shape the industry, including significant legislation affecting the industry and discuss a couple of key components that will likely make up the future electric transmission system. - 3 PDH

Transformer Fundamentals
This 3-hr course provides a basic overview of transformers and is based entirely on Naval Education and Training Materials (NAVEDTRA 14174), Electricity and Electronic Training Series; Module-2 and covers Chapter 5, titled “Transformers”. - 3 PDH

 

How Power Grids Work

Electrical power is a little bit like the air you breathe: You don't really think about it until it is missing. Power is just "there," meeting your every need, constantly. It is only during a power failure, when you walk into a dark room and instinctively hit the useless light switch, that you realize how important power is in your daily life.

 

 

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