Protective Relaying: Power System Protection Seminar Series

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

A very important part of any electric power system is Protective Relaying. While usual operations may not require its analysis, troubleshooting any unusual changes, faults, and disturbances makes a good understanding of it a necessity. Protective relaying requires specialization and knowledge of all aspects of electrical power generation from production, to distribution, and consumption.
The training offers a strong foundation knowledge about applications and advances in protective relaying that is very useful in planning, operating, and managing electric power systems.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This course will enhance the understanding and increase competencies for:
     • Design Engineers
     • Project and/or Construction Engineer
     • Utility and/or Maintenance Engineer
     • PEE, REE or graduate of Electrical Engineering

COURSE OUTLINE:

     A. Power System Protection
          • Review on Fault Calculations
          • Feeder Protection
          • Time Overcurrent
          • Instantaneous Overcurrent
          • Directional Overcurrent
          • Example Calculations

     B. Power System Protection 2
          • Differential Protection
          • Transformer Differential
          • Generator Differential
          • Bus Differential

     C. Power System Protection 3
          • Line Protection

     D. Power System Protection 4
          • System Grounding
          • Generator Protection

     E. General
          • Protection requirements
          • Protection zones
          • Primary and backup protection
          • Fault Discrimination
          • Protective Relay Performance
          • Information Application
          • Per unit Calculation Review

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Registration Instructions: 

1. Fill out the registration form by clicking here.
2. You may also download the word attachment in the link and send it to training@competad.com
3. Our admin team shall send you shortly the Statement of Account/Confirmation of registration. Sign the statement of account to conform and finalize your registration.
4. Follow the instructions in the statement of account and complete your learning investment deposit.
5. Send the scanned copy of the signed Statement of Account and your deposit slip.
6. Should you need an official Billing Invoice, please call us at (02)4333342.

Power Systems Protection: Protective Relaying Seminar

Click here to REGISTER

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
A very important part of any electric power system is Protective Relaying. While usual operations may not require its analysis, troubleshooting any unusual changes, faults, and disturbances makes a good understanding of it a necessity. Protective relaying requires specialization and knowledge of all aspects of electrical power generation from production, to distribution, and consumption.
The training offers a strong foundation knowledge about applications and advances in protective relaying that is very useful in planning, operating, and managing electric power systems.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This course will enhance the understanding and increase competencies for:
     • Design Engineers
     • Project and/or Construction Engineer
     • Utility and/or Maintenance Engineer
     • PEE, REE or graduate of Electrical Engineering

COURSE OUTLINE:
     A. Power System Protection
          • Review on Fault Calculations
          • Feeder Protection
          • Time Overcurrent
          • Instantaneous Overcurrent
          • Directional Overcurrent
          • Example Calculations
     B. Power System Protection 2
          • Differential Protection
          • Transformer Differential
          • Generator Differential
          • Bus Differential
     C. Power System Protection 3
          • Line Protection
     D. Power System Protection 4
          • System Grounding
          • Generator Protection
     E. General
          • Protection requirements
          • Protection zones
          • Primary and backup protection
          • Fault Discrimination
          • Protective Relay Performance
          • Information Application
          • Per unit Calculation Review

Grass

Registration Instructions: 

1. Fill out the registration form by clicking the link on top of this page. You may also download the MS Word attachment send it to training@competad.com
2. Our admin team shall send you shortly the Statement of Account/Confirmation of registration. Sign the statement of account to conform and finalize your registration and email the soft copy.
3. Follow the instructions in the statement of account and complete your payment.
4. Send the scanned copy of the Statement of Account and your deposit slip.
5. Should you need an official Billing Invoice, please call us at (02) 4333342 or click here for alternative numbers.

Protective Relaying: Power System Protection Seminar Series

Course Duration: 2 Days

A very important part of any electric power system is Protective Relaying. While usual operations may not require its analysis, troubleshooting any unusual changes, faults, and disturbances makes a good understanding of it a necessity. Protective relaying requires specialization and knowledge of all aspects of electrical power generation from production, to distribution, and consumption.

The training offers a strong foundation knowledge about applications and advances in protective relaying that is very useful in planning, operating, and managing electric power systems.

Who Should Attend:

This course will enhance the understanding and increase competencies for:
 Design Engineers
 Project and/or Construction Engineer
 Utility and/or Maintenance Engineer
 PEE, REE or graduate of Electrical Engineering

Topics to be Discussed:

A. Power System Protection
 Review on Fault Calculations
 Feeder Protection
 Time Overcurrent
 Instantaneous Overcurrent
 Directional Overcurrent
 Example Calculations
B. Power System Protection 2
 Differential Protection
 Transformer Differential
 Generator Differential
 Bus Differential
C. Power System Protection 3
 Line Protection
D. Power System Protection 4
 System Grounding
 Generator Protection
E. General
 Protection requirements
 Protection zones
 Primary and backup protection
 Fault Discrimination
 Protective Relay Performance
 Information Application
 Per unit Calculation Review