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  1. I would like everyone know that is studying for the Electrical Power PE Exam that we have made an abundant amount of our HD videos free to the public directly from our online course that enrolled students already have access to. These are mostly worked out step by step solutions to sample practice problems, and video explanations of some of the harder and more difficult to understand concepts. These are links to some of our more popular videos: Strategy and How to Pass the PE Exam Using TI Calculators for Complex Numbers Rectangular vs Polar Complex Numbers an
  2. The MVA Method is used for worse case three phase symmetrical faults to solve problems in the NCEES exam spec IV.A.5. Fault Current Analysis. While the Per Unit Method can also be used, it tends to be less intuitive and more error prone. It is still recommended to know both so that you can check your work and be familiar working with the per unit system. For anyone needing a little extra help this weekend, in the below video I solve a more complicated fault current analysis problem using the MVA method with two parallel generators, a transformer, and line impedance feeding a 220kV
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