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ELET 302

In this, course students learn about the installation details for an industrial construction project from a complete set of architectural and electrical drawings and specifications. Topics covered include the layout of single and three phase systems for feeder and branch circuits from utility supply to utilization points.  Students apply the grounding and bonding requirements for high-voltage indoor and outdoor substations and vaults using the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC). In addition, students identify precautions for installing stress cones, the requirements for terminating shielded and concentric neutral high-voltage cables, and the testing methods and safety requirements for testing high-voltage cables. Students prepare a material take off using drawings, specifications and prepare sketches to document construction projects. Students learn to prepare as-built drawings and interpret basic single line, schematic, and wiring diagrams.