COURSE: WENG 573 Electrical Power Distribution Design and AnalysisOBJECTIVE: The objective of this course is to provide engineers with the principles and procedures for the design and analysis of Air Force and other DoD electrical power distribution systems. DESCRIPTION: This course provides engineers with the knowledge, ability, resources, and techniques to effectively design, analyze, manage, and maintain simple power distribution systems. Topics include policy and guidance, electrical safety, generation, transmission, distribution, substations, design estimation techniques, grounding, fault analysis, infrastructure management, utility privatization, security and reliability. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: Military and civilian degreed electrical engineers or Professional Engineers responsible for the design and management of electrical systems. SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Other degreed engineers, Project Managers, and Energy Managers GRADE: No Restriction PREREQUISITES: Primary Audience: No prerequisites Secondary Audience: Successful completion of WENG 470 Introduction to Electrical Systems SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Students should plan for 20 hours/week of active instruction and 10 hours/week of homework. DELIVERY METHOD: Virtual classroom.