Grounding and ElectroMagnetic Interference (GEMI) Analysis software
Selected chapters from Electric Power Quality: An Introduction by A. P. Meliopoulos and G. J. Cokkinides
Georgia Institute of Technology Technical Report, "Modeling and Testing of Steel EMT, IMC and Rigid (GRC) Conduit," May 1994
Georgia Institute of Technology Technical Report, "Modeling and Evaluation of Conduit Systems for Harmonics and Electromagnetic Fields," July 1997
Power System Grounding and Transients by A. P. "Sakis" Meliopoulos, second printing (Marcel Dekker Inc., 1988) - Purchase during online registration
Electrical Raceways and Other Wiring Methods, 5th Edition, Richard E. Loyd, Delmar Publishers, Inc., 2005 - Not available for purchase from Georgia Tech
All participants are encouraged to bring a laptop computer to utilize the GEMI software in performing course exercises. GEMI software requires an IBM compatible PC with a Pentium or equivalent processor and a Windows 9X, 2000, or a Windows NT or XP operating system.
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