Industrial Power Systems Analysis
The Protective Relay Application Seminar will provide personnel with an understanding of protective relay application for medium voltage AC systems and associated equipment. Using actual case studies, trainees will become familiar with concepts that will aid them in expanding or updating an existing system, designing a new system or in troubleshooting. Practical approaches rather than strict theoretical concepts are highlighted.
Introduction to Power Systems Relaying• System Planning• Power System Studies• Phasor Fundamentals• Relaying Principles• Review of Short Circuit Calculations• Fundamentals of Coordination
Power Systems Grounding• Symmetrical Components • Ungrounded Systems • Solidly-Grounded Systems• Resistance-Grounded Systems• Ground Fault Detection Methods
Current Transformers• Types, CT Ratios, Polarity • Burden, Accuracy Classes, Saturation Calculations
Protection Fundamentals• Line, Cables, Feeders• Medium Voltage Motors• Power Transformers
Relaying Schemes• Directional Relays• Differential Relays• Ground Relays
Identify the Effects of Current Transformers (CTs) on Power Systems Protection.
Recognize Coordination Related Disturbances and Outages.
Collect the Required Data to Perform a Detailed Coordination Study.
Derive Complete Protective Device Settings to Protect the Electrical Power SystemsEquipment.
Consultants, application engineers, design engineers and electrical engineers from large industrial plants or municipal distribution systems with complex relaying needs will find this course highly beneficial. Attendance at the Siemens Westinghouse Industrial Power Systems Analysis Seminar or equivalent is strongly recommended as a prerequisite
This course is available BY REQUEST ONLY.
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