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A Method to Teach the Design and Operation of a Distribution System

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Kersting, W.H. ; New Mexico State University

The undergraduate "power option" program at New Mexico State University consists of five courses. Of these five, one is required of all electrical engineering majors, one is a "block elective" and three are senior electives. The "block elective" is a method by which an electrical engineering major must select three courses from a list of six. The list includes one course in each of the six "option" areas offered by the department. The five power courses are: 1. Electric Machinery -------- required of all majors 2. Power Transmission Lines -- "block elective" 3. Power Systems Analysis ---- senior elective 4. Distribution Systems ------ senior elective 5. Power System Protection --- senior elective

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-103 ,  Issue: 7 )