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Power Systems Transformers - ELEC 136

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This course is a study of the construction and theory of operation, performance and characteristics of single-phase and three-phase transformers and their applications. You will learn about operational characteristics of mutual induction transformers, their practical applications, internal properties of practical transformers, single-phase transformer applications, and the characteristics of transformers connected in various three-phase configurations. This course has a practical lab component where you will apply the knowledge learned in the classroom.

The pre-requisite ELEC 133 can be waived for Electrical Engineers and Electrical Engineering Technologists.  Determinations for this will be made on a case by case basis. Students with non-electrical backgrounds can be accepted into the program after the completion of ELEC 133 and ELEC 143.

 

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