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2101 Elements of System Protection
This course provides an overview of the function of protection schemes, including
general protection philosophy and its impact on the operation of the system. The
participant should be able to understand the following overall concepts and apply
them to day-to-day work activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2102 Protective Relay Types and Applications
This course introduces the student to various applications of protective relays
(bus protection, line protection, transformer protection) as well as types of
protective relays (instantaneous overcurrent, time overcurrent, undervoltage,
electromechanical, digital).
The course uses many images from the power system, including images of
transformers, substations, protective relays, and relay panels. In addition, there
are multiple videos depicting protective relay and equipment movement, as well as
simulations and animations that lead the student through the various application
and fault scenarios.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2103 Monitoring System Conditions
The objective of this course is to present concepts which are vital tools in the
interpretation of system operating conditions. The participant should be able to
understand the following overall concepts and apply them to day-to-day work
activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2104 Fault Characteristics
The objective of this course is to discuss the characteristics of different types
of faults, and their effects on the power system. Knowledge of this material is
vital to understanding the protective schemes that are presented in future courses.
Participants should be able to understand the following overall concepts and apply
them to day-to-day work activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2105 Generator Protection
This course introduces students to the subject of protective relays as they apply
to generation sources in the electric power system. The course includes discussions
of various generation schemes, generator grounding issues, backup protection
schemes for generators, and the impacts of harmonics on generator protection. In
addition, the course details how both electromechanical and digital relays are
employed in providing various types of problem/fault detection and protection.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2106 Transformer Protection
The objective of this course is to review the types of faults that can occur in
transformers and to present the different protection schemes that are installed on
large and small transformers. Participants should be able to understand the
following overall concepts and apply them to their day-to-day work activities.
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Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2107 Bus Protection
The objective of this course is to review the different bus layouts that are used
in power systems and to present the different protection schemes that are installed
to protect against bus faults. The participant should be able to understand the
following overall concepts and apply them to day-to-day work activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2108 Motor Protection
The purpose of this course is to familiarize the participant with the features of
motor operation and the most common types of protective devices that are installed.
Participants should be able to understand the following overall concepts and apply
them to their day-to-day work activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2109 Line Protection
The objective of this course is to present the broad categories of line
configuration and discuss the various types of protection schemes that are
employed. Particular attention is paid to coordination for selective tripping and
isolation of faulty circuits. Participants should be able to understand the
following overall concepts and apply them to their day-to-day work activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2110 Pilot Protection
The purpose of this course is to familiarize participants with the principles of
pilot protection, the various schemes used and the different types of communication
channels employed. The participant should be able to understand the following
overall concepts and apply them to their day-to-day work activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2111 Protection for System Stability
The purpose of this course is to present protection schemes that are used to assist
in maintaining system stability. The concept of steady-state operation and dynamic
response is demonstrated with particular reference to the power angle curve. The
physical consequences of instability are also discussed. The participants should be
able to understand the following overall concepts and be able to apply them to
their day-to-day work activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2112 Testing and Commissioning of Protective Equipment
The objective of this course is to present and discuss the many factors involved in
commissioning new power installations, placing particular emphasis on the testing
of protective schemes. Participants should be able to understand the following
overall concepts and apply them to their work activities.
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Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2113 Power Line Carriers
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2114 Fault Investigation and Analysis
The objective of this course is to demonstrate the various methods that are used to
investigate equipment performance during fault conditions. While various types of
fault recorders are considered, particular emphasis is placed upon the
interpretation of oscillograms.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2115 Introduction to Static Relaying
The objective of this course is to introduce and present the major features of
static relaying, including analog-type solid-state relays and digital
microprocessor relays. At this stage in the program, it is assumed that all
participants are thoroughly familiar with the functions and characteristics of the
different types of relays. This course focuses upon the differences between solid
state and electromechanical relays.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2116 Coordination of Protection Devices
The objective of this course is to present and discuss supervision of the hydro
generator including control, monitoring, and protection. Included is a review of
the significance of active and reactive power output from the generator.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2117 Power Supply for Protection and Control
The objective of this course is to present and discuss supervision of the hydro
generator including control, monitoring, and protection. Included is a review of
the significance of active and reactive power output from the generator.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2118 Energy Center Operations
The objective of this course is to present and discuss supervision of the hydro
generator including control, monitoring, and protection. Included is a review of
the significance of active and reactive power output from the generator.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2119 Telecommunications Protection I: High Voltage Special Protection (HVSP)
Devices
The objective of this course is to draw attention to the high voltage hazards that
can occur on telecommunication circuits entering substations and power stations,
and to review the protection devices that are used to combat this problem.
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Participants should be able to understand the following overall concepts and apply
them to their day-to-day activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2120 Telecommunications Protection II: Installation and Configuration
The purpose of this course is to continue the discussion of telecommunications
protection. While course 2119 presented protection devices, this course focuses on
specific installation practice and typical configurations. Participants should be
able to understand the following overall concepts and apply them to their
day-to-day activities.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
No. of Users:
2121 Supervisory Control System Data Acquisition (SCADA)
This course will discuss the application of SCADA systems (EMS, and DISTRIBUTION
AUTOMATION), and present the main features of modern installations including
equipment layout, communications, operations and maintenance.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2122 Inadvertent Trips: Cause and Prevention
The objective of this course is to draw attention to the problem of inadvertent
trips and misoperation of protection equipment. Typical case studies are presented,
with the conclusions leading to recommended procedures to help reduce inadvertent
trips.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2123 Fault Calculations and Relay Settings
The objective of this course is to present the concepts on which fault calculations
are made. Both balanced and non-balanced faults are discussed, including
phase-to-phase and phase-to-ground faults. The use of percent impedance is shown
and the use of symmetrical components is discussed.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2124 Testing Techniques
The objective of this course is to draw attention to the many factors that affect
the accuracy of testing on protection circuits and equipment. Fundamental testing
techniques are presented along with a discussion of the pitfalls to be avoided. A
demonstration on the use of the oscilloscope is included. The need for specific
safety precautions is also discussed.
Credit Hours: 2.0
Price: $65.00
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2125 Programmable Logic Controllers
This course presents the main features and advantages of PLCs, including hardware
arrangements, software (i.e. programming) and typical applications. Extension of
the PLC is discussed, noting features of a typical distributed control system.
Credit Hours: 2.0
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