Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits: Understand Ohm’s Law, Kirchoff’s Laws, and Thevenin’s Theorem to analyze and solve electrical circuits.

AC Circuit Analysis: Master the analysis of AC circuits with resistive, inductive, and capacitive components, calculating power and power factor.

Three-Phase Systems: Learn the principles of three-phase circuits, including connections, power measurement, and power factor correction.

Harmonics and Mitigation: Grasp the concept of harmonics, their effects, and strategies to mitigate harmonics in electrical systems.

Energy Measurement: Explore various energy measurement methods, including electromechanical, electronic, and smart energy meters.

HT and LT Distribution: Differentiate between high-tension (HT) and low-tension (LT) distribution systems and their applications.

Per Unit System Basics: Learn the concept of the per unit system and its importance in power system analysis.

Switchgear and Protection: Explore the role of switchgear in electrical systems and the importance of protection devices.

Distribution System Types: Understand radial, ring, and mesh distribution systems in electrical power networks.

Fault Current Calculation: Calculate three-phase fault current and MVA using per unit values for power system protection.

Types of Circuit Breakers: Understand various circuit breaker types, including air, vacuum, and SF6 circuit breakers.

Switchboard and Switchgear Assemblies: Learn about high and low voltage switchgear assemblies.

Protection Systems: Understand the purpose of protection systems and their components, including relays and transformers.

Protection Schemes: Explore protection schemes, including overcurrent, earth fault, and differential protection.

Transformer Basics: Learn about distribution transformers, their types, and protection methods.

Cable Joints and Terminations: Explore methods for joining and terminating cables in electrical installations.

Earthing Systems: Learn about substation and system earthing, including the role of earthing conductors and circuit protective conductors (CPC).

Cable Construction and Types: Understand the construction, insulation materials, and specifications of electrical cables.

Electrical Installation Design Sequence: Understanding steps in designing electrical installations, ensuring a systematic approach to the process.

Determine Load Characteristics: Analyzing and calculating electrical load requirements for installations, considering equipment and load diversity.

Determine Supply Characteristics: Identifying and assessing power supply characteristics, such as voltage levels, frequency, and reliability.

Electrical Installation Outline: Creating an initial plan for installations, detailing the placement of components, circuits, and connections.

Power Distribution Design: Planning the distribution of electrical power, addressing cable routing, conductor sizing, and selecting distribution equipment.

Use Standard Final Circuits: Incorporating standard final circuits into designs, ensuring compliance with relevant regulations and standards.

Isolation and Switching Requirements: Defining requirements for isolation and switching mechanisms, prioritizing safety and functionality.

Final Assessment and Client Review: Conducting a comprehensive evaluation of the design and reviewing it with the client for alignment.

Departure from Local Electrical Standards: Addressing deviations from local standards, documenting and justifying any departures appropriately.

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