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An electric power system is a network of pieces that combine to process and distribute electrical power.
The balance of power systems is categorized by these classifications of stability:
Dynamic stability looks at a systemís ability to return to its original state after experiencing continual small disturbances.
Transient stability involves the study of a power system after it has experienced a major disturbance.
Steady state stability is the ability of a system to return to a stable state after a small disturbance has occurred.
An antenna is used to convert electric energy into radio waves which enables communication/ instruction between two points. Solutions inlude:
Monopole Works best fro narrow range and can be collapsable.
Yagi Ideal for long distance directional applications.
Dipole Two monopoles facing away from each other. Creates a powerful signal in a restricted area.
Loop Works like a dipole. Reaches multiple frequencies.
Bowtie Another type of dipole. Angles can be set to work well with different frequencies.
Satellite Dish Large surface space colects a lot of signal. Works well for high frequencies.
Designing, managing and improving Power systems.
Power systems analysis : Fault analysis, Contingency analysis, Load Flow analysis, Line Outage Distribution Factors (LODF).
Ultra-low power LED Lighting systems.
Intelligent controls designed to reduce or eliminate unnecessary power use. Such as Optimized lighting and HVAC controls.
Residential and small commercial Interactive power systems. Such as ATS and alternative and renewable energy systems Battery back-up systems.