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This course covers all aspects of high and medium voltage substation design including regulatory and environmental requirements, general design considerations, application of switching and power equipment, fault calculations, and many more.


 
Course Outline
After participating in this course, you will be able to:

€¢ Apply your knowledge of the fundamentals of the utility power supply system and power quality and how it impacts on
   the industrial/commercial user
€¢ Recognize the most important operating characteristics of the major power components
€¢ Discriminate between the criteria governing the application of overcurrent and overvoltage protective devices
€¢ Implement better start-up and regular maintenance of electrical installations
€¢ Consider electricity rates with the knowledge of the factors that impact on them
€¢ Improve your substation grounding
€¢ Benefit from the experience of your instructor and other participants who have encountered and solved similar situations

Description

Substations play an important role in a power system network in maintaining the continuity of power supply and power quality to the industrial and commercial consumers. The high voltage substation comprises of switching equipment, transformers, reactors, var compensators, protection, control, automation and communication. A properly planned and designed substation is essential for the reliable operation of power system network.

This course covers all aspects of high and medium voltage substation design including regulatory and environmental requirements, general design considerations, application of switching and power equipment, fault calculations, safe grounding design, protection/control, automation and communication, and maintenance considerations.

Objective

To provide a practical understanding of planning, design, application and maintenance aspects of high and medium voltage substations for utility networks and industrial plants.

Who Should Attend

Electrical power generation systems and distribution engineers in utilities and industrial plants, managers of private electricity producers and large power consumers, substation engineers, consulting engineers, manufacturers of power equipment, technicians and technologists and other technical personnel involved in the design, operation and maintenance of high/medium voltage substations.

Program Outline

Day  I

Industrial and Utility Substation
   €¢ Substation hardware
   €¢ Substation layout considerations
   €¢ Bus arrangements and bus design considerations

General Design Considerations
   €¢ Site selection and environment considerations
   €¢ Industrial and utility substations
   €¢ Safety, operating and maintenance considerations
   €¢ Typical single line diagrams

Fault Calculations
   €¢ Types of faults
   €¢ Symmetrical components
   €¢ Fault calculations, software

Application of Circuit Breakers
   €¢ Types of circuit breakers
   €¢ Classification of circuit breakers
   €¢ Breaker selection and ratings

Application of Circuit Breakers (continued)
   €¢ The ANSI C37 Standard and Guide
   €¢ Transient recovery voltage
   €¢ Out of phase switching
   €¢ Generator breakers

Open Forum - Questions and Answers

Day II

Substation Equipment

   €¢ Disconnect switch and circuit breakers
   €¢ Power transformers and reactors
   €¢ Instrument transformers, voltage and current
   €¢ Power and control cables
   €¢ Station battery

Insulation Co-Ordination
   €¢ Principles of insulation co-ordination
   €¢ Classification of over voltages
   €¢ Surge arresters and choice of arrester rating
   €¢ Standard insulation levels
   €¢ The concept of protective levels and protective margins
   €¢ Protective margins in insulation co-ordination

Harmonics in Utility and Industrial Systems
   €¢ Sources of harmonics
   €¢ The IEEE Std 519 on harmonics
   €¢ Harmonic analysis, filters
   €¢ Problems associated with variable frequency drives
               
Grounding Design Considerations
   €¢ The objectives of station grounding
   €¢ Safety considerations
   €¢ Step and touch voltages, ground potential rise
   €¢ Treatment of fence
   €¢ An example of substation grounding

Day III

GIS Application

   €¢ Review of GIS technology
   €¢ Layout and bus arrangement
   €¢ Handling of SF6 Gas
   €¢ Economics

Shunt Capacitor Application
   €¢ Capacitor arrangements and bank ratings
   €¢ Capacitor and bank protection
   €¢ Harmonic resonance caused by shunt capacitors

Protection Metering and Control
   €¢ Review of relay applications, industrial and utility systems
   €¢ Transmission line protection
   €¢ Bus protection
   €¢ Transformer protection
   €¢ Medium voltage feeder protection

Protection Metering and Control (continued)
   €¢ Measurements
   €¢ Integration and automation
               
Maintenance and Testing
   €¢ Maintenance and testing of substation equipment

Open Forum - Questions and Answers

There will be a one-hour lunch break each day in addition to refreshment and networking breaks during the morning and afternoon.

Daily Schedule:
8:00
        Registration and coffee (1st day only)
8:30        Session begins
12:00      Lunch
4:30        Adjournment


Faculty


Ajit Bapat
Ajit Bapat is well known in the electrical distribution field having served over 40 years in the industry. His expertise in the art and science of ground fault protection is acknowledged in North America. He holds Master's Degrees in Business Administration and Electrical Engineering, specializing in power systems and power system protection, and has particular interest in ground fault protection, digital metering systems, microprocessor based integrated systems for protection, metering, monitoring and control of power distribution systems. He is a member of Professional Engineers Ontario and a  senior life member of the IEEE.
Prerequisites & Certificates
Pre-Requisites

Certificates offered

1.8 CEUs / 18 PDHs


Cancellation Policy
To withdraw from a course, you must send a request, in writing, with the official receipt to our office. Fifteen or more business days in advance: full refund less $50.00 administration charge. Five to fifteen business days in advance: non-refundable credit of equal value for any future EPIC seminar within one year. Credits are transferable within your organization. In case of an unexpected event occurring after this time, you may send someone else to take your place without any additional cost.
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The course was very well presented and the course instructor was absolutely amazing.
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Our instructor, Stephen Lamming, was outstanding and a true expert in his field. He was able to complement the technical air monitoring information with practical real life examples which was highly beneficial. He is an excellent communicator and was highly interactive with the course attendees. This course was recommended to me because Stephen Lamming does an outstanding job. I was very impressed with this course and have subsequently recommended it to my colleagues.
Reviewed by 2012
Would have liked more interactive problem solving.
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