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PTC Mathcad Prime Worksheets Directory - Electrical Engineering

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Created on: Jun 28, 2013 6:00 AM by TudorMarin - Last Modified:  Dec 19, 2014 9:49 AM by bedmonds

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Worksheet nameDescription
Calculating Fault Current Magnitude in MathcadThis worksheet shows you how to compute bus faults on power systems. Most faults in power systems occur at points on the line some distance away from the substation bus.
Load Flow CalculationsThis worksheet using PTC Mathcad shows you how to describe the network for a five-bus power system, using a matrix containing the transmitting and receiving bus numbers, the series impedance, and shunt admittance.  You can also capture shunt data and bus data in matrices.

Modeling of SAW Delay Lines

This worksheet using shows how you can use Mathcad to model SAW sensors in aerospace vehicles. The lack of support for transcendentals within the Differential Algebraic Equation framework prevents the use of the frequency domain analysis in analog extended Hardware Description Languages (HDLs).
RLC Circuit AnalysisThis worksheet using PTC Mathcad includes an example of an engineer designing a hi-fi speaker that must meet a certain frequency response. The horizontal trend must be over the whole spectrum of the audible range with a tolerance of +/- 1dB.
Theory of the Capacitor revisedThis worksheet will solve a common 2-circuit physics problem to determine charges and energy, keeping in mind the Reciprocal System Theory and the conventional theory.
Three Phase Power System in PTC MathcadThis worksheet discusses how to find the power distribution and parameters for power lines. Unbalanced power systems require analysis by the method of symmetrical components.