|1.||Design a sub-station layout for transmission and distribution systems, taking into account future power supply demand requirements;|
|2.||Adhere to stringent requirements of insulation coordination principles to power system design;|
|3.||Devise overvoltage protection systems on random occurring lightning and switching transient surges;|
|4.||Demonstrate with real world sub-station layouts and analysis with the learned concepts can strengthen the generic concept followed in the industry;|
|5.||Survey and conduct a case study for a site specific case; and|
|6.||Propose, conduct and justify computational modelling to meet industry standards.|
|Test||2 Hour in-class - equivalent to 2000 words||25%|
|Assignment||Written report (2000 words)||30%|
|Examination||3 Hour written exam - equivalent to 3000 words||45%|
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