Knowledge of state-of-the-art substation equipment, protection, and controls is a prerequisite to making decisions in design, construction, and operation of high and medium voltage substations. This practical course covers medium and high voltage substations, including industrial, utility, commercial and institutional and introduces you to the up-to-date equipment that makes up an electric substation. Learn how each type of equipment operates, and protection and control equipment and systems that determine successful and safe substation operation.
Apply a clear understanding of needs to use power conditioning equipment to your substations
Assess the modern substation system, equipment, protection, and automation
Benefit from your knowledge of how substation equipment operates
Read and relate single line drawings and electrical schematics to substation equipment protection and control system
Recognize the latest technology in electrical substations
Who Should Attend?
Electrical and Design Engineers
Industrial, Utility or Plant Engineers,
Planning and Operations Specialists
Electrical Project and Construction Managers
Grounding and bonding of electrical equipment
LV and MV system grounding
Modern substation types and purposes
Power transformers and controls
Bus and disconnect switches
Power circuit breakers
Power conditioning systems
Power capacitor and capacitor banks
Fundamentals of power system protective relaying systems
Current transformers and voltage transformers
Coordination of protection systems
Protective relaying systems
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