|1.||Apply specialist technical knowledge to determine power quality and harmonics in a variety of contexts;|
|2.||Design and implement parameters of the equipment needed to diagnose power in order to determine quality and the presence of harmonics;|
|3.||Implement specialist practices to ensure efficiency in both transmission and distribution of quality power;|
|4.||Critique and apply specifications needed in commissioning power distribution;|
|5.||Survey and propose solutions to power quality problems of electrical machines and power systems; and|
|6.||Propose, implement and evaluate modelling, simulation and measuring techniques for transformers, machines, capacitors and power generation systems.|
|Project||Project 1 (1000 words)||20%|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory Group Reports (team of max 4)||30%|
|Project||Project 2 (2500 words)||30%|
|Presentation||Presentation & Participation||20%|
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