COURSE:  WENG 475 Contingency Electrical Systems

OBJECTIVE:  The objective of this course is provide engineers with the principles and procedures for the design, implementation, and analysis of Air Force contingency electrical power systems

DESCRIPTION:  This course provides engineers with the knowledge, ability, resources, and techniques to effectively design, manage, and maintain power systems in a contingency environment. Topics include electrical fundamentals, policy and guidance, basic distribution, bare base assets, task force power requirements, and non-US codes.

PRIMARY AUDIENCE:  Military engineer officers responsible for design or management of electrical systems in contingency environments

SECONDARY AUDIENCE:  Enlisted electrical or power production technicians, civilian degreed engineers, project managers and energy managers working with electrical systems in a contingency environments

GRADE:   No Restriction

PREREQUISITES:  None

DELIVERY METHOD:  Satellite

Course Enrollment Closes for all AFIT CE offerings 14 days prior to Course Start Date!

COURSE CREDIT:  1 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards.

COURSE LENGTH:  4 Days

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HOW TO APPLY:  Select a date from the list below by clicking the button. (Note: Some courses are offered only once annually). Then click the Apply button.

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