Power System Analysis Skills for Engineers and Technicians
17 Jul - 19 Jul, 2017 Manila, Philippines SGD 2812 Register Now
13 Jul - 14 Jul, 2017 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 2437 Register Now
Following information: Venue at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Training Date from 13 Jul 2017 till 14 Jul 2017
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Learn skills such as per-unit calculations, symmetrical components, and fault calculations to make you more effective in your job.

Power system engineers and technicians must know how to apply several analytical tools to understand and solve power system problems they regularly face on the job. Among the skills they need are basic phasor algebra, the per-unit system, and symmetrical components. These tools are at the heart of solving power system problems involving balanced and unbalanced loads and faults, and all power system engineers and technicians should be familiar with them.

Topics will begin at the fundamentals level and move to more advanced content as the course progresses. Prerequisites include a basic understanding of vector algebra and a familiarity with the voltage, current, watt, var, and phase angle measurement terms used in three-phase power systems.

There will be massive focus on topics like representation and modeling of three-phase systems, voltage drop calculations, symmetrical components and sequence networks. Fault calculation is a major topic as this topic is at the heart of protection studies and reliability improvement plans. More emphasis will be given to allow solving of the important types of problems as well.
  • Three-phase power calculations
  • Phasor algebra
  • The per-unit system for analyzing power systems
  • Symmetrical components fundamentals and sequence networks
  • Impedance and sequence network connections for system modeling
  • Fault calculations for three-phase and unbalanced faults
  • Open-phase fault calculations
Classroom problem-solving sessions will give you the opportunity to apply your new skills and reinforce your learning. Bring a scientific calculator for classroom workshops that will show you how to create power system models and calculate fault currents.
Your calculator should have the capability to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of complex numbers in rectangular or polar form. The instructor recommends the Casio fx-115 series, since it is reasonably priced and easily performs all the necessary complex arithmetic functions required in the course.
  • Three-phase power calculations
  • Per-unit calculations
  • Sequence network development
  • Short-circuit fault calculations
  • Open-circuit fault calculations
The trainer will cover a novel method of developing the sequence networks which virtually eliminates errors and assures proper calculated fault values.

  • Review of Phasors
  • Review of Three-Phase Systems
  • Delta and Wye Circuits
  • Review of Per-Unit System
  • Transformer Polarity and Phase Shift
  • Analysis of the Delta-Wye Transformer
  • Symmetrical Components
  • Fault Calculations

Utility, plant, or consulting engineers and technicians involved in transmission or distribution system protection, planning, operations, or engineering.

• Control and Protection Technician
• Distribution Engineer
• Engineer / Senior Engineer
• Power Quality Engineer
• Power System Manager
• Reliability Engineer
• System Protection Engineer
• Engineers/technicians who want to improve reliability of the power system.
• Those doing fault studies, maintaining computer fault study or power flow databases, or coordinating and setting overcurrent relays and fuses will especially benefit from this course.
• Experienced engineers will also benefit, particularly from
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