Exterior Electrical Power Distribution: 4 PDH

$24.00

Students Completed: 1144

This course provides an introduction to exterior electrical power distribution systems for buildings and related infrastructure. The information provided here can be utilized by electrical engineers in the development of the plans, specifications, and calculations, and can serve as the minimum electrical design requirements. It is applicable to the traditional electrical services customary for Design-Bid-Build construction contracts and for Design-Build construction contracts. Project conditions may dictate the need for a design that exceeds these minimum requirements. The design criteria and standards contained within are the minimum requirements acceptable for installations for efficiency, economy, durability, maintainability, and reliability of electrical power supply and distribution systems. The criteria and standards herein are not intended to be retroactively mandatory.Instructor: Juan Pesante, PE

This course provides an introduction to exterior electrical power distribution systems for buildings and related infrastructure. The information provided here can be utilized by electrical engineers in the development of the plans, specifications, and calculations, and can serve as the minimum electrical design requirements. It is applicable to the traditional electrical services customary for Design-Bid-Build construction contracts and for Design-Build construction contracts. Project conditions may dictate the need for a design that exceeds these minimum requirements. The design criteria and standards contained within are the minimum requirements acceptable for installations for efficiency, economy, durability, maintainability, and reliability of electrical power supply and distribution systems. The criteria and standards herein are not intended to be retroactively mandatory. After completing this course you will have gained knowledge of circuitry and electrical equipment found to power buildings and how to design an exterior electrical distribution systems for buildings.

SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE OR SKILL OBTAINED

This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Learn guidelines for selection of primary voltage
  • Learn about main electric supply station
  • Learn how design utilization electric supply stations differ from main electric supply stations
  • Learn about primary unit substations to distribute underground medium voltage circuits
  • Learn design criteria for secondary unit substations
  • Learn guidelines for design and installation of pad-mounted transformers
  • Learn about medium voltage switchgear
  • Learn about application of pad-mounted sectionalizing termination cabinets
  • Learn application and limitation guidelines for power factor correction or to minimize line losses
  • Learn “best practices” for exterior electric power distribution
  • Learn criteria for overhead power distribution lines
  • Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of copper versus aluminum conductors for exterior electrical power distribution
  • Learn when and where to apply surge arrestors
  • Learn the fundamentals of fuse protection
  • Learn about underground electrical distribution systems.
  • CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

    You will be able to immediately print a certificate of completion after passing a 20 question multiple-choice quiz. The quiz can be retaken unlimited times until a passing grade of 70% or better is earned. This course satisfies 4 professional development hours (PDH) of continuing education.

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Description

This course provides an introduction to exterior electrical power distribution systems for buildings and related infrastructure. The information provided here can be utilized by electrical engineers in the development of the plans, specifications, and calculations, and can serve as the minimum electrical design requirements. It is applicable to the traditional electrical services customary for Design-Bid-Build construction contracts and for Design-Build construction contracts. Project conditions may dictate the need for a design that exceeds these minimum requirements. The design criteria and standards contained within are the minimum requirements acceptable for installations for efficiency, economy, durability, maintainability, and reliability of electrical power supply and distribution systems. The criteria and standards herein are not intended to be retroactively mandatory. After completing this course you will have gained knowledge of circuitry and electrical equipment found to power buildings and how to design an exterior electrical distribution systems for buildings.

SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE OR SKILL OBTAINED

This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Learn guidelines for selection of primary voltage
  • Learn about main electric supply station
  • Learn how design utilization electric supply stations differ from main electric supply stations
  • Learn about primary unit substations to distribute underground medium voltage circuits
  • Learn design criteria for secondary unit substations
  • Learn guidelines for design and installation of pad-mounted transformers
  • Learn about medium voltage switchgear
  • Learn about application of pad-mounted sectionalizing termination cabinets
  • Learn application and limitation guidelines for power factor correction or to minimize line losses
  • Learn “best practices” for exterior electric power distribution
  • Learn criteria for overhead power distribution lines
  • Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of copper versus aluminum conductors for exterior electrical power distribution
  • Learn when and where to apply surge arrestors
  • Learn the fundamentals of fuse protection
  • Learn about underground electrical distribution systems.
  • CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION

    You will be able to immediately print a certificate of completion after passing a 20 question multiple-choice quiz. The quiz can be retaken unlimited times until a passing grade of 70% or better is earned. This course satisfies 4 professional development hours (PDH) of continuing education.