This Course is intended to promote the use of sound engineering principles in electrical standards especially IEEE for power systems in buildings. It is hoped that it will alert the design, and contractor engineers to the many problems that can be encountered in designing and executing electrical power systems, starting from basic requirements, calculation methods, execution precautions ending with inspection and testing for all electrical systems like power configuration and estimation, lighting, grounding, and protection. The course will also act as a guide through the myriad of codes, standards, and practices published by the IEEE Standard and other professional associations and governmental bodies.
Being familiar with the Codes and standards.
Being familiar with the types of Maintenance.
Being familiar with the planning & scheduling machines
Understanding The Failure Analysis and Troubleshooting System.
Understanding Earth electrode resistance.
Understand the Project cycle
Understand the Power Sources and Distribution Systems
Who Should Attend?
Anyone aspiring to increase his capabilities in this area
Influences on the design process
Codes and standards
Voltage Control in Electric Power System
Voltage Ratings for Utilization Equipment
Effect of Voltage Variation on Utilization Equipment
Improvement of Voltage Conditions
Momentary Voltage Variations – Voltage Dip
Phase Voltage Unbalance in Three-Phase Systems
Power Sources and Distribution Systems
Interrelated Utility and Project Factors That Influence Design
Electric Utility Metering and Billing
Distribution Circuit Arrangements
Emergency and Standby Power Systems
Voltage Regulation and Power Factor Correction
Power Distribution Apparatus
Transformers – Switchgear and Circuit Breakers – Fuses – Load Transfer Devices Controllers
Low-Voltage Starters and Controllers
Fire Pump Controllers
Speed Control of DC Motors
Speed Control of AC Motors
Power System Harmonics from Adjustable Speed Motor Controls
Services Vaults, and Electrical Equipment
System Protection and Coordination
Selection of Equipment
Control of Lighting
Communication and Signal System (Telephone – Data – Audio – Video – Fire Alarm)
Basic safety requirements
Protection from electric shock
Fundamental safety requirements
Installation and erection
Building Regulations requirements
What inspections and tests have to be completed and recorded?
Sequence of tests
Protection against direct and indirect contact
Protection against direct contact
Protection against indirect contact
Additional tests with the supply connected
Test electrical installations
Insulation resistance tester
Loop impedance tester
Prospective fault current tester
Test lamp or voltage indicator
Earth electrode resistance
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