Portland-State-University 2021-2022 Bulletin

EE 347 Power Systems I

Fundamentals of electrical power systems, particularly non-rotating three-phase power systems. Phasor representation. Complex impedance. Real, reactive, apparent power. Power factor. Non-sinusoidal representation: power quality, THD. Power factor, resonance, PF correction. Power Transformers. ABCD representation of two-port transmission networks. Power systems representation: single-line diagrams, per-unit representation. Power flow analysis. Weekly Lab. This is the first course in a sequence of two: EE 347, EE 348 and must be taken in sequence.




ECE 223 (with a grade of C or better) or instructor approval.


EE 347L
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