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Introduction of professional software into the curriculum of an undergraduate power system analysis course

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1 Author(s)
P. F. Ribeiro ; Dept. of Eng., Dordt Coll., Sioux Center, IA, USA

The author presents sophisticated professional software for power system analysis to be applied to the curriculum of an undergraduate program. As a consequence, an unfolding process takes place. The author defines unfolding as the learning process by which the students learn the principles of a subject with the perspective of developing their understanding through exposure to practical problems currently being investigated. Discovery in the learning process is based on interactive analysis. In this particular experiment, students were able to learn about energy losses on a distribution system while using recently developed techniques for minimizing losses

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IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 4 )