Per Unit Analysis for Single and Three Phase Systems
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# Per Unit Analysis for Single and Three Phase Systems

Per Unit Analysis, a Tool to Help Analyze Power Systems
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• 3 hours on-demand video
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
• In this course, you will learn exactly what Per Unit Analysis is and how manufacturers of equipment use it to rate their equipment.
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Requirements
• The student should have an understanding of the laws and theorems related to three phase electrical power systems.
Description

In the power systems analysis field of electrical engineering, a per-unit system is the expression of system quantities as fractions of a defined base unit quantity. Calculations are simplified because quantities expressed as per-unit do not change when they are referred from one side of a transformer to the other.

In this course you will learn exactly what Per Unit Analysis is, the main advantages of using it, how manufacturers of equipment use and rate their products and the technique of converting to and from the Per Unit system.

Several examples of working with Per Unit are demonstrated in this crisp clear presentation. When you finish you will have a though understanding of this subject.

It is important for all power engineers and technicians to be familiar with the concept of Per Unit as it is being used used and referred to every day in power flow, short circuit evaluation and motor starting studies.

Who is the target audience?
• The targeted audience is Managers, Engineers, Technologists, Maintenance Personnel working in the electrical power protection industry.
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Curriculum For This Course
10 Lectures
03:13:51
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This course contains 10 lectures including the introduction (lesson #1)
10 Lectures 03:13:51
Preview 10:46

Ch- 1 Per Phase Analysis
33:27

Ch- 02 The Normalization Process
21:17

Ch- 03 A Normalization Example
11:38

Ch- 04 PU & Transformers
28:58

Ch- 05 Change of Base
11:00

Ch- 06 Three Phase PU Example
18:16

Ch- 07 A PU Example
08:20

Ch- 08 A PU Example
25:46

Ch- 09 A PU Example
24:23