POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION (IEM)
TRAINING CODE :
This course attempts to answer the many questions in an electrical engineer’s mind by describing the various concepts of power system protection. The scope includes all the main components and types of protection schemes. The course also describes practical protection schemes. This course is intended for consulting, design, operation and maintenance engineers responsible for medium and high voltage transmission, distribution, industrial and commercial power systems. Participants are expected to have a basic knowledge of power system practices.
- An Introduction to Protection
- The Grandfather of all Protection
- Concept of Differential Protection
- Making Sure the Right Relay Operates
- What Happens After a Relay Operates
- Why are There Different Types of System Earthing?
- Current & Voltage Transformers
- Protecting Feeders
- Need for Motor Protection
- Protecting Generators
- Transmission System Protection
- Making Sure Everything Works
Conveyed through lectures, exercises, case studies, group discussion and group presentations.
TARGET GROUPS :
Managers, SEE, SEA, EA and technical personnel
LEADER / COORDINATOR :
External Trainer / Consultant
OPTIMAL NO OF PARTICIPANTS :