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Electrical Distribution Principles and Applications

  • Aug. 23-27, 2021 - Online (C226)
  • Mar. 1-3, 2022 - Lake Buena Vista, FL (C320)
Expand your understanding of the fundamentals of AC electricity as applied to utility electric power distribution systems and recognize the fundamental principles involved in the operation of a three-phase electrical distribution system. Learn how to understand and perform electric circuit calculations, understand and apply distribution planning principles and engineering economics, and be able to select the proper conductors, cables, and transformers to use in a distribution system.
Discipline: Electrical

Pumps and Process Piping

  • Sep. 8-9, 2021 - Online (C308)
Learn about the equipment and procedures used to move fluids – liquids and gases – through an industrial process environment. In this course, you will learn the basic concepts and practical methods to design, specify, evaluate and troubleshoot industrial pump and process piping systems, improve your existing pump and process piping systems, and operate safely and efficiently.
Discipline: Chemical

Pavement System Design

  • Sep. 14-15, 2021 - Madison, WI (C096)
Improve the design and performance of your pavement systems and learn how to predict their performance by starting with the fundamentals. You will learn the principles of stress and strain analyses in typical highway pavement structures, how to design new and rehabilitated flexible and rigid pavement structures, and how to use various mechanistic-empirical methods to conduct pavement analysis.  

Electrical Systems Design for the Non-Electrical Engineer

  • Sep. 14-24, 2021 - Online (U314)
Take this course to learn fundamental electrical concepts and electrical power distribution design for industrial and commercial systems—600 volts and below. Expert instructors will start with basic science concepts and extend them to explain single-phase and three-phase alternating current systems. You will gain a sound understanding of electrical circuits, electrical construction materials, grounding, power quality, arc flash, and applicable national safety and energy codes and standards. This course is intended for those responsible for the design, operation and maintenance of electric power and lighting systems in commercial and institutional buildings and manufacturing plants, and it assumes you have no formal training in electrical engineering.
Discipline: Electrical

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