Grounding, EMI, and Power Quality

Section Summary

Course Format
05/22/2023 - 05/24/2023
Registration End
Global Learning Center
30 minutes before the first day class start time

Meeting Times

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  • 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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