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Electrical Power, Control Systems & Power Plant Operators


Power System Analysis & Calculations In Electrical Networks Using Etap Power Station


  REF: EE274  DATES: 2 - 6 Apr 2018  (One Week)  VENUE: Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)-Grand Millenium Hotel

Overview:

Power system equipment must withstand not only the rated voltage, which corresponds to the highest voltage of a particular system, but also expected short level. Accordingly, it is necessary to set protective relays based on these results obtained from short circuit study. One of hot issues now related to these is arc flashing study which is mainly based on the studies of short circuit and relay co-ordination as well. All these three issues should be dealt as integral parts & bulk.
Power System Analysis means verifying the adequacy of the power distribution system and its components recognize coordination related disturbances and outages and collecting the required data to perform a detailed required study.
The continuity and quality of electricity delivered safely and economically by today’s and futures electrical power networks are important for both developed and developing economies. The correct modeling of power system equipment and correct fault analysis of electrical networks are pre-requisite to ensuring safety and they play a critical role in the identification of economic network investments. Environmental and economic factors require engineers to maximize the use of existing assets which in turn require accurate modeling and analysis techniques

objective:

On successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Exploring the powerful capabilities of ETAP Power Station from OTI.
  • Understand importance of power system modeling
  • Understand the need for calculation the short circuit current.
  • Manual calculation of short circuit using simple methods like MVA method, P.U. system, etc

    Who Should attend:

    This course is intended for anyone who must perform calculations, provide settings or approve the work performed by others. The trainee should be a graduate engineer or have the equivalent practical work experience in electrical power systems. i.e.

    • Consulting Engineers.
    • Electrical Engineers.
    • Project Engineers.
    • Maintenance Engineers.
    • Commissioning & testing Engineers.

    Training Methodology

    The course is designed to maximize delegate benefit from the outset. The goals of each participant are discussed to ensure their needs are fulfilled as far as possible. Questions are encouraged throughout particularly at the daily wrap up sessions. This provides opportunities for participants to discuss specific issues and if possible find appropriate solutions. Case studies are employed to highlight particular points and appropriate video materials used to illustrate particular conditions.
    Understanding system design and limitations is fundamental to ensuring adequate design & specification activities are undertaken.
    Moreover, some simulations will be utilized during course sessions using world trade available software’s (ETAP power station

    Out Lines:

    • Overview of ETAP Capabilities & Limitations.
    • One-Line Diagram/One line View (OLV).
    • Creating & Merging different revisions, presentations & configuration
    • Scenario, Study & Project Wizards.
    • Crystal Reports & Customizations.
    • AC & DC Element Descriptions.
    • Load modeling.
    • Add, updating and remove from ETAP library.
    • Electrical systems modeling and fundamentals.
    • Load flow (balanced & unbalanced) analysis.
    • Load Flow & Cable sizing.
    • Transformer sizing.
    • Benefits of calculated short circuit currents.
    • Introduction to Fault current Calculations in brief.
    • Breaking & making currents.
    • Per unit systems.
    • Different typical values of positive, negative & zero phase sequence impedances for unbalance faults.
    • Manual Calculations of Isc by MVA Method.
    • Calculation of Isc by Impedance method.
    • Calculation of Isc by symmetrical components.
    • Calculations as defined & recommended by IEC/ANSI standards.
    • Short Circuit Studies (Fault-Levels
COURSE DATES
2 - 6 Apr 2018
COURSE Duration
One Weeks
COURSE REF
EE274
VENUE
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
Address
Grand Millenium Hotel