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Power Learn: Electric Power Engineering Education 2006-10-14 12:35:59 Description: This site descibes itself thus: "Power Learn is an educational site dedicated to power engineering courseware that provides collection, quality control through peer-review, storage, and dissemination of various materials in a searchable fashion. The courseware is organized based on modules, and each module addresses a power engineering topic that could be covered within a college classroom using 1 to 6 fifty-minute class meetings"
Author(s): Various
License: Unknown
Type: Web-Site
Format: HTML
Price: free
URL: http://powerlearn.ee.iastate.edu/ asp/
Limitations: User limitations: "Users wishing to download any content of this site must register and then wait for approval. Approval will be given only to qualified registrants. A registrant is qualified if he or she has professional experience (industrial or academic) in the field of power engineering. Registered users are expected to be willing to serve as reviewers for modules contribted in their area of expertise. In addition, only registered users may contributed content."
ReviewText: Topics covered include:
  • Power System Analysis
  • Power System Dynamic Performance
  • Power System Operations
  • Electric Machinery
  • Power System Relaying
  • Transformers
  • Transmission and Distribution
  • Energy Development

Keywords: transformers , electric power , power grid , power transmission
Submitter: John Meredith, IEEE-USA 2007 President
Affiliation: None
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