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Electrical Courses

1- Motor Drive

2- Transformer Testing and Maintenance

3- Electrical and Control (For Beginners and None Electrical Engineers)

4- Diesel generator

5- UPS and Battery

6- Electrical Power Networks

7- Electrical Power System Quality

8- Cathodic Protection systems

9- Turbo Generator, Siemens SGT500

 

1-Motor Drive

  • Introduction to the course – objectives
  • AC Induction Motor Fundamentals
  • Types Of AC Induction Motors
  • Torque Equation Governing Motor Operation
  • Need For The Electrical Drive
  • Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)
  • Control Techniques
  • Working Example for pump control
  • Basic Construction for VSD
    • Rectifiers
    • DC charging resistor & bypass contactor
    • Braking resistor
    • Inverters techniques "PWM"
    • Motor specs
    • Speed measurement transducers
  • Different control Modes of Variable speed drives
    • Variable-Voltage, Variable Frequency (V-f) Control
    • Variable Current-Variable Frequency (I-f) Control
    • Vector Control of induction motors
    • Working Example for pump control

 

  • Application of the ATEX Directives to Power Drive Systems
    • The ATEX Directives
    • Potentially explosive atmospheres
    • Electric motors in potentially explosive atmospheres
    • Power Drive System (PDS) used in potentially explosive atmospheres

2- Transformer Testing and Maintenance

  • Understand the basics of transformer asset management
  • Understand transformer life cycle and maintenance planning
  •   Learn sculpture in transformer oil solutions
  • Learn how to resolve moisture in transformer oil
  •   Understand turns ratios and calculate terminal voltage and current.
  • Learn about proposed Federal PCB transformer regulations
  •   Understand transformer operation, aging and failure
  • Understand transformer standards
  •   Understand transformer factory testing and quality assurance
  • Understand the electrical testing methods performed on transformers such as insulation resistance testing, excitation and power factor testing.
  •   Understand transformer on-line monitoring techniques
  • Understand the various tests performed on insulating oil

3- Electrical and Control (For Beginners and None Electrical Engineers)

  • Control system overview
  • Sensors
  • Electrical Actuator
  • Mechanical and hydraulic actuator
  •  Control valves and On/off valves
  • PLC overview
  • PLC component
  • PLC programming
  • HMI basics
  • Integrated system

4- Diesel generator

  • Introduction
    • Power generation methods
    • AC power vs DC power
    • Single phase and three phase AC power
    • Prime movers;
    • Power plant types
    • Diesel power plants
    • Advantages of diesel power generation
    • Engine types
  • Fuel Oil Systems and Layouts
    • Crude oil
    • Pressure and temperature characteristics
    • Specific heat and temperature
    • Specific fuel consumption
    • Fuel filters
    • Fuel nozzles and igniters
    • Emission control

    Lube Oil Systems

    • Lube oil specification
    • Lube oil consumption in diesel engines
    • Viscosity and temperature
    • Lube oil filters
  • Generators
    • Principle of operation
    • Major components (field coils, commutator, DC output, regulator, ..)
    • Generator types
    • Low voltage and medium voltage generators
    • Load types and generator sizing
    • System grounding methods
    • Voltage Regulators and Excitation systems
    • Excitation Principlesds
    • Faults and protection
    • Performance evaluation and testing
  • Diesel Generating Sets
    • Coupling requirements
    • Skid mounting
    • Layout requirements
    • Paralleling of multiple DG sets
    • Standard control panels
    • Interconnections
  • Other Components
    • Starting methods
    • Starting characteristics
    • Battery sizing
    • Step load requirements
    • Standby requirements
    • Auto start and auto transfer schemes
    • Auto transfer switches
  • Testing and Commissioning
    • Factory tests
    • Pre-commissioning checks and tests
    • Performance monitoring
    • Fuel and lube oil consumption checks
  • Operation and Maintenance
    • Safety requirements
    • Operation monitoring based on applications
    • Maintenance techniques
    • Spares and inventory management
    • Inspection
    • Engine overhaul and repair
    • Troubleshooting

    5- UPS and Battery

  • Static Ups Systems
    • Configuration
    • Types of static UPS systems
    • UPS metering, indications, alarms and protection
    • Power quality and UPS
    • UPS configurations
    • Redundant UPS configuration
  • Fuel Cell
    • Historical perspective
    • Operating principle
    • Types of cells available and comparison
    • Fuel cell system for backup power overview
    • Comparison with battery powered UPS
  • Configuring Power Distribution System for Emergency Loads
    • Integrating emergency and critical power needs in the distribution network
    • Multiple units nearer the consumer vs. larger centralised units
    • Paying attention to motor starting requirements and voltage sag
    • Typical distribution scenarios in large industrial systems
    • Automation of starting, load changeover and shutdown

  • Parallel Operation and Tie Protection
    • Parallel operation between emergency sources
    • Load sharing between sources
    • Parallel operation of emergency source with normal source
    • Utility stipulations and local codes
    • Issue of tie-line separation
    • Static transfer switch and its application in critical power installations

    7- Electrical Power System Quality

  • Introduction To Power Quality And EMC
    • What is Power Quality and EMC?
    • The IEC/IEEE and FIPS standards
    • Interfacing with the electrical utilities
  • Recommended Design And Installation Practices
    • Wiring and earthing for safety and performance
    • Wiring and distribution systems
    • Dedicated and derived neutral systems
    • Earthing and bonding equipment
  • Earthing And Noise Control
    • Site auditing and noise control
    • Misconceptions of performance grounding
    • Single-Point’ versus ‘Multi-Point’ techniques
    • Noise and zero signal reference grid
    • Avoiding non-recommended practices
  • Surge And Transient Protection
    • Basics and lightning phenomena
    • Power system faults and switching surges
    • Mitigation techniques and case study review
  • Conducting A Site Analysis
    • Overview of sources of power quality problems
    • Site survey procedures
    • Monitoring and analysis instrumentation
  • Harmonic Sources And Their Effects
    • Principles of harmonic analysis
    • Variable speed drives
    • Power conversion equipment - apparatus deterioration controllers, power supplies, PC’s and lighting equipment
  • Power System Capacitive / Inductive Relationships
    • Displacement and distortion power factor
    • Reactive power relationships
    • Power factor efficiencies
  • Harmonic Site Analysis Procedures
    • Measurement fundamentals and true RMS
    • Predictive analysis
    • Instrumentation and procedures
    • Harmonic order, sequences and resonance
    • Voltage and current waveshapes
    • Harmonic interactive auditing
  • Power Conditioning
    • Power conditioners
    • Uninterruptible power systems
    • Power quality alternative sources
    • Power disturbance cost comparisons

     

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