Electrical Grounding for military applications methods are presented in this course for operations of aircraft and naval vessels. These include operations such as fueling/defueling, parked evolutions store loadings hot refueling and all external power evolutions and on board ship, tiedown and static ground requirements.
Proper grounding is an essential for safely and reliably operating electrical systems. Improper grounding methodology has the potential to bring disastrous results from both an operational as well as a safety standpoint.
There are many different categories and types of electrical grounding principles. This Military Electrical Grounding Training course covers proper grounding techniques including low voltage Instrument and Control Systems that have been proven safe and reliable when employed in military operations.
The increased use of electrical and electronic equipment introduces risk of electromagnetic interference (EMI) problems to operations and performance will also be examined.
This course also contains information about bonding during Flight Line Electrical Distribution System (FLEDS) operations.
It also addresses shipboard bonding, grounding, and other techniques for electromagnetic compatibility, electromagnetic pulse (emp) mitigation, and safety.
This course also addresses Ordnance Facilities Protection against lightning and protection of Storage and Handling Facilities Above Ground and Earth-Covered Magazines.
After Attending, You Will Learn:
Military Electrical Grounding Training Course Outline
SESSION 1: ELECTRICAL GROUNDING – SCOPE
SESSION 2: CLASSIFICATION OF VARIOUS GROUNDING STANDARDS. CODES AND RULES
SESSION 3: ELECTRICAL GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM
SESSION 4: CIRCUIT GROUNDING
SESSION 5: EQUIPMENT BONDING & GROUNDING
SESSION 6: EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEMS
SESSION 7: ELECTRICAL GROUNDING FOR AIRCRAFT SAFETY
SESSION 8: OFF-SHORE & SHIP’S GROUNDING SYSTEM
SESSION 9: LIGHTNING PROTECTION
SESSION 10: GROUNDING OF SIGNAL REFERENCE SUBSYSTEM
SESSION 11: TELECOMMUNICATION SITE GROUNDING
SESSION 12: INTERFERENCE COUPLING AND REDUCTION
Review of expectations
Questions and Answers
Start: 8:00 a.m.
Coffee Break: 10:00 a.m.
Lunch: 12:00 noon
Restart: 1:15 p.m.
Finish: 4:30 p.m.