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Online – IEEE-Technical Talk : Planning and Analysis of Distribution System using Soft Tools

On 15th March, 2021 NUST (National University of Science and Technology)-IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering) student branch organized online Technical Talk for the Engineering Students & Staff. The event was started by welcoming the participants and the speaker Engr Ahmed Al Kurwi, Dawood Engineering Consultancy, Oman (MSc EE Part-time Student of National University) by Ms Ruaa Al Gharibi, IEEE Student Branch Chair. Then technical talk entitled “PLANNING AND ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM USING SOFT TOOLS” is delivered by the speaker.

The speaker started the topic by introducing the need of software tools used in the various part of the world and their benefits towards the design of power supply network study. Further, the speaker discussed about the technical challenges during standard set for new proposal of planning by the company like MUSCAT ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION COMPANY. Further the speaker presented the civil design & electrical voltage constraints necessary to consider, while the design of residential and commercial power networks. Furthermore, speaker demonstrated the electrical parameters setting using DigSilent Software.   He concluded his talk  saying that an engineer has to provide safe reliable power to satisfy the need of customer. Total 44 students, staff and engineers from power sector of Oman were participated in the session. The participants were expressed that the session found was useful as an extended part of an engineering study. Dr Dharmasa, IEEE Student Branch Counselor act as reagent till the end of the question and answer session and also conveyed sincere thanks to Mr.  Ali Abdullah Hamed Al Mahruqi, Head of Department, Electrical and Communication Engineering Department and Dean and Management of the University for their   Constant Support and encouragement to conduct such events for the benefits of the budding engineers of Sultanate of Oman.  


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