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SUBSTATION

ENGINEERING
COURSE
Sargent & Lundys Power Delivery Services
Group conducts four days of training in substation
design for our clients in the utility industry. Training is
conducted in our Chicago, Illinois office by engineers
engaged in substation design and engineering. Since
the course was first introduced in 1994, it has been
attended by more than 1000 utility professionals from Course Fees...
throughout the United States and overseas.
The 4-day course in Sargent & Lundys Chicago office is
offered at the cost of $1,925. The price will be reduced to
Who Should Attend? $1,825 if payment is received by Sargent & Lundy one week
The course is intended for utility engineers, project prior to course start date. Credit card payment is now
accepted through our website. The fee covers supporting
managers and other professionals involved with text, course materials, continental breakfasts and lunches.
substation projects. In particular, entry level
engineers or experienced professionals who are new
to this area of the electric utility business will benefit Participants receive a certificate of completion and one
Professional Development hour for every 1 hour of classroom
from the course. instruction. Refer to specific state requirements for applicable
Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits. Utility on-site
What You Will Learn sessions for 15 or more students are also available. Please
The 4-day course offers a comprehensive treatment call for information.
of the fundamentals of substation physical design,
protection and control systems, civil/structural design 32 Professional Development Hours
and electrical testing and commissioning. The course
is tailored to address specific tasks and applications For registration information, contact...
of substation design. For example, in the grounding Mary J. McNamara at 312-269-2117
session, course participants learn how to perform a mary.j.mcnamara@sargentlundy.com
grounding calculation and lay out a ground grid. In or
the equipment session, each type of equipment is Bettie J. Kidd at 312-269-7820
addressed, the manufacturers currently supplying bettie.j.kidd@sargentlundy.com
each type of equipment are identified, and the
requirements for a complete technical equipment
specification are discussed. Throughout the course
participants will complete calculation and design
exercises, applying the principles learned. Each
attendee receives a supporting copy of all classroom
exhibits for future reference.

Throughout all the sessions, new information


derived from recent experience on a wide variety
of projects, including enclosed GIS substations
in urban locations and extensive upgrades to
existing facilities is shared with the participants.
Day 1 Power System Analysis Day 3 (Cont.)
Session 7 Equipment Circuit Breakers
and Electrical Design, Part 1 Equipment Circuit Breakers will introduce students to functions of
Session 1 will provide students with an introduction to various substation equipment and will provide application and
power system analysis and factors influencing substation specification criteria for major equipment.
design. Session 2 will provide the fundamentals of relay Instructor: Frank C. Shainauskas
protection and will introduce principles of protection
schemes for major substation equipment. Functions and types
Establishing circuit breaker ratings
Session 1 Power System Analysis Accessories: environmental and operating
Instructor: Thomas B. Thorsell considerations
Types of studies Session 8 Transformers
Data requirements and sources Instructor: Frank C. Shainauskas
Study results and implications Functions and types
Relation to substation equipment selection Assigning bushing designations
Insulation coordination Accessories: installation, maintenance and status
monitoring considerations
Session 2 Protective Relaying Principles, Part 1 Allowing for shipment constraints, installation space
Instructor: Michael W. Roessler/Romulus Berzescu and loss evaluation
Instrument transformers
Preparation of transformer specification
PLC components
Transformers Session 9 Gas Insulated Substations
Buses Instructor: Frank C. Shainauskas
Lines Economic justification
Breaker failure Equipment and layouts

. Session 10, 11 Switches, Arresters and CCVTs


Instructor: Frank C. Shainauskas
Day 2 Electrical Design, Part 2 and Functions and types
Preparation of specifications
Substation Physical Design Session 3
will cover the single-line development process,
to include in-class development of a single line. Session 4
.
will present layout options and when, how and why to choose a Day 4 Civil/Structural/Commissioning
particular layout. and Testing
Session 3 Single Line Development Civil/Structural will cover the principle elements of tasks to be
Instructor: Romulus Berzescu performed by civil/structural engineers in the design of a
Bus arrangements substation.
One-line diagram Session 12 Site Development
Protection zones Instructor: Kenneth C. Malten
Grading and Drainage
Session 4 Substation Physical Design Session 13 Foundations
Preliminary Layouts Instructor: Kenneth C. Malten
Instructor: Dennis R. Falkenheim/Frank C. Shainauskas Typical Designs
Site selection Soils
Configuration options
Physical constraints Session 14 Structures Bus Design
Instructor: Kenneth C. Malten
Session 5 Bus Design Strain Bus
Instructor: Dennis R. Falkenheim/Frank C. Shainauskas Rigid Bus
Bus Design Session 15 Structures
Capacities Instructor: Kenneth C. Malten
Configuration options Types
Parameters Loadings
. Session 16 Substation Buildings
Instructor: Kenneth C. Malten
Day 3 Substation Grounding Construction Alternatives
Session 6 In this session students will learn the principles Cost Factors
of substation grounding design and will participate in Session 17 Commissioning and Testing
sample grounding calculations and ground grids
arrangement. This session will identify the steps required to verify the
functionality of equipment, demonstrate that equipment is ready
Instructor: Frank C. Shainauskas to be energized and enable safe energization and commissioning
Defining design objectives of newly installed equipment.
Grid design data requirements Instructor: Dan Sleezer/Thomas W. Galos
Establishing tolerance voltage levels Objectives of Commissioning and Testing
Touch and step potential computation Testing and Commissioning Caveats
Computation of maximum earth current Coordination and Support Requirements
Evaluating grounding system resistance Equipment and Component Testing
Equipment and Circuitry Functional Testing
In-Service Testing/Commissioning