EBC For Training & Development

Electrical Engineering and Energy Sciences

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Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

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Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

Register

Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

Register

Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

Register


Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

Register


Dubai.. Istanbul

Cairo...London

KualaLumpur.. Tunisia

2950 $

Register

1- Online Training...with international accreditation. The value of participation per person is $1,450

2-Requirement : specifying the course, number of participants, implementation date, and joint coordination.

Group contracting ... 20% Discount For Each Participant In Any Group Of Five Person Or More

Other Places To Hold The Course :

KualaLumpur.. Istanbul.. Dubai.. Cairo.. Riyadh.. Jeddah.. Abu Dhabi.. Doha.. Muscat.. Sharm El Sheikh.. Kuwait.. Tripoli.. Amman.. Beirut.. Damascus.. Tunisia.. Casablanca.. London.. Paris.. Barcelona.. Amsterdam.. Brussels

Electrical Engineering Advanced Workshop

Introduction :

Electrical Engineering is research, development, manufacture, installation, operation, maintenance and management of equipment, plant and systems within the electrical, electronic, communication and computer systems. These activities can apply to electricity generation, transmission, distribution, electrical installations, electrical equipment manufacturing, instrumentation and controls systems applications, communications network, electronic plant and equipment, and also the integration and control of computer systems.This course will help participants get clear and perfect understanding of power stations, transmission & distribution systems, and zone substations. The training will cover both primary and secondary systems. This training course seeks to provide skills such as Power system studies and case studies; Transmission systems technical considerations; LV and MV distribution system design and operation; Substation equipment selection and specifications; Power system protection & automation; Earthing system design and applications. By applying these engineering skills to the tasks and challenges faced in work, delegates will begin to experience breakthroughs they never thought possible.

Course Objectives :

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to :

  • Model a power system by means of system parameters
  • Create different load flow scenarios through different switching regimes
  • How to analyze and interpret the response of the power system to different scenarios
  • How to modify the power system behaviour in an area by enhancing system parameters
  • Determine the location and busbar configuration of a typical substation
  • Propose specifications for major substation equipment
  • Create single line, layout, and schematics diagrams
  • Calculate fault levels and loadings of feeders and branches
  • Analyze protection logics and coordination between protection devices
  • Establish communication between protection devices and controllers  

Targeted Audience :

  • Senior / Principal Engineers
  • Project Engineers / Professionals
  • Intermediate Engineers
  • Graduate Engineers
  • Technicians and System Operators

Course Outlines :

Day 1 : Power System Parameters and Response

  • Important power system studies
  • AC power transmission
  • Power system drawings
  • Power stations
  • Grid network
  • Smart grid
  • Power transmission security
  • Power distribution factors
  • RLC equations
  • Sinusoids & phasors
  • Phasor relationships & equations
  • Power types & formulas
  • Single line diagram (SLD)
  • Impedance model
  • Power system symbols
  • Voltage regulation
  • Synchronous generator model
  • Maximum power delivered by synchronous generator
  • Reactive power flow
  • Generator over-excitation
  • Complex power flow on a transmission line
  • Steady-state stability
  • Transient stability
  • Rotor angle stability

Day 2 : Transmission System Design Considerations

  • AC transmission
  • Grid network features
  • Transmission security
  • Building up impedance models
  • Complex power definitions
  • Power factor
  • Power factor compensation (PFC) techniques
  • Shunt reactor compensation
  • Minimum clearance distances
  • Line voltage drop
  • Electrical loads types and behaviour
  • Single wire earth return (SWER)
  • Balanced 3-phase system
  • Unbalanced 3-phase systems
  • Symmetrical components
  • Sequence networks
  • Wye-connected & delta-connected loads
  • Voltage regulation
  • Power angle & power transfer
  • Steady state stability limit
  • Transmission line terms (span, sag, cross arm, clearance)
  • Transmission line surge impedance and propagation
  • Overhead line conductors (AAC, AAAC, ACSR)
  • Bundles conductors
  • Overhead line insulators
  • Line supporting structure (wood & concrete poles, towers)
  • Power transfer capability, current carrying capacity
  • Transmission line loadability

Day 3 : Distribution System Design Considerations

  • Load models
  • Typical characteristics of an industrial distribution system
  • Distribution system types and components
  • Electrical safety & power security
  • Voltage classification
  • Multiple voltage levels in power distribution
  • Distribution configurations and redundancy
  • Distribution expandability
  • Distribution system planning
  • Electricity demand & future growth
  • Equipment sizing / ratings
  • HV power cables types & sizing
  • Selection of appropriate equipment
  • System studies & software packages
  • Embedded (in-plant) generation
  • Parallel operation of utility with embedded generation
  • Integrating embedded generation with plant distribution

Day 4 : Power System Protection

  • Protection objectives
  • Protection sensitivity, stability, and reliability
  • Main & backup protection
  • Symmetrical & asymmetrical faults
  • Power system stability
  • Impacts of electric faults
  • Fuse protection
  • Circuit breaker protection
  • Relay protection (types, functions, construction, technology)
  • Trip circuit supervision (TCS)
  • Per Unit (PU) system
  • Fault calculations
  • Protection zones & overlap
  • Short circuit capacity (SCC)
  • Balanced 3-phase fault
  • Unbalanced single-phase-to-ground fault
  • Unbalanced phase-to-phase fault
  • Unbalanced phase-to-phase-to-ground fault
  • Fault indicator
  • Overcurrent protection
  • Earth fault protection
  • Lightning protection

Day 5 : Substation Major Equipment, Earthing and Safety

  • Circuit breaker types & applications
  • Switchgear types, components, and applications
  • Auto-reclosers
  • Sectionalizers
  • Disconnect switches
  • RMU’s
  • Earthing switches
  • SF6 properties
  • GIS substations
  • HV cables types & calculations
  • Power & distribution transformers
  • Batteries & battery chargers
  • Power conditioner
  • Ungrounded vs. grounded systems
  • Touch & step voltages, mesh voltage
  • Earth potential rise (EPR), transferred voltages
  • Soil resistivity
  • Verification of adequacy
  • Lightning protection techniques (rolling spheres, cone of protection)
  • Embedded generation
  • Power quality (harmonics, voltage flicker)
  • Clearance distances

European Business Center Training Methodology :

Our training work is presented in a professional and attractive manner.. Interspersed with interceptive information to renew attention throughout the training period… We aim with this method to train the listener and interact… In addition to practical applications that target the direct skills and knowledge required to be achieved.. It is presented to the trainees in more than one way.. Practical exercises and applications.. Surveys and questions.. A training strategy has been adopted based on pairing between the theoretical and the professional and between the local and the global.

What Does The Participant Get From The Course?

Each participant obtains an internationally accredited training certificate from the European Business Center for Training and Development … which has the ISO certificate in quality No. 900/2015 from the English international company UCAS .. and receives a training bag containing the scientific material via an electronic flash … in addition to an enjoyable and useful training that is reflected Positive and developmental for individuals and the institution

Note :

We can implement the training course in any of the cities referred to in this course..at the appropriate and required time for the trainees..through joint coordination with the training department at the center..the training is implemented in a distinctive manner according to the best quality standards so that we meet all training requirements and needs.

International Accreditations

European Business Center for Training and Development has obtained international and official accreditations with the highest and best international levels scientifically and technically, which reflect the level of outstanding performance in our training work.. so that it achieves what each participant aspires to by obtaining the best certificates with officially approved scientific and technical standards.