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Effective Fall 2014. Previous descriptions may have had different requirements. Have questions? See an advisor.
EUT101 Introduction to Electrical Utilities Credit Hours: 3.00
Overview of the electrical utility field. Includes electricity generation, generating station, generation, transmission, and distribution, power policies and procedures, radio procedures, electrical utility disciplines, human resources, and system protection.
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Offered: Fall.
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EUT102 Electrical Distribution Math Credit Hours: 3.00
Basic math operations related to electrical distribution. Includes the review of basic math, solving and converting, basic algebra, and Ohm's Law.
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Offered: Fall.
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EUT103 Generation Steam Systems Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to steam systems, thermodynamics, and boiler operation. Includes steam as an energy generating source, steam system operation, and boilers. Also includes pressure and temperature control.
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Offered: Fall.
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EUT104 Overhead and Underground Systems, Hardware, and Equipment Credit Hours: 4.00
Procedures for working in the overhead and underground distribution components. Includes pole hardware, overhead conductors, porcelain and polymer equipment, overhead transformers, underground equipment installation, electrical utility disciplines, and safety.
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Offered: Spring.
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EUT106 Measuring Electricity Credit Hours: 3.00
Overview of the theories and devices used to measure electricity. Includes electric utility metering terminology, Blondel's theorem, kilowatt-hour meter operating principles, single-phase and network meters, wiring connections for mounting devices, voltmeter, voltage indicator, and ammeter usage, and Direct Current (DC), and Alternating Current (AC), circuits.
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Offered: Spring.
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