A robust and well designed power distribution system includes high voltage utility tie circuit breakers, main transformers, medium voltage switchgear, distribution transformers, motor control centers, electric motors, variable speed drives, etc. Our in-depth course is designed to demonstrate all aspects of proper industrial power system design, including system planning, equipment selection, specification and application, system grounding, protection and conformity with electrical code requirements, etc. Typical one-line and relaying diagrams will be discussed for various applications.
Learn industrial power systems design principals, planning and analysis. Our Power System Training Course is designed for electrical power engineers to review, reinforce and refresh their knowledge of power system design, operation and troubleshooting.
Advance your knowledge and skills in system planning, equipment selection, specification and application. Learn and understand important aspects of power distribution system design steps. Improve your knowledge of how to operate your industrial power system efficiently, securely and safely.
These Power System Training Course will provide a systematic approach to design of a new Electrical Power System or retrofit an obsolete system, encompassing distribution, transformers, MCC, panel boards, lighting loads and manufacturing plant electrical system.
Our Power System Training Course Will Teach Students How To:
Electrical Engineers, technicians and technologists in the industrial,commercial, and institutions, consulting electrical engineers, and electric utilities who involved in power system design. This course is also appropriate for power system operation and maintenance personnel who require knowledge of electrical system design techniques.
Power System Training Course
Session 1: Introduction to Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Power Systems
Session 2: Major Equipment and Components of an Industrial Power System
Session 3: Major implication of the evolution of the Solid State Technology on Equipment Selection
Session 4: Industrial Electrical Substation Structures and Arrangements
Session 5: Typical Maintenance issues
Session 6: Electrical System Design for Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Buildings
Session 7: Protection and Monitoring of the Backup Generator Units
Session 8: Electrical Loads
Session 9: Unbalanced Systems and what harm may cause in Major Electrical Equipment
Session 10: Tools to consider for the Selection and configuration of Electrical Power Systems
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.