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INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND DEVICE COORDINATION

INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND DEVICE COORDINATION – Yogyakarta
Hotel Novotel, Yogyakarta | 15 – 17 Juli 2014 | IDR 6.500.000
Hotel Novotel, Yogyakarta | 23 – 25 Juli 2014 | IDR 6.500.000
Hotel Novotel, Yogyakarta | 04 – 06 Agustus 2014 | IDR 6.500.000
Hotel Novotel, Yogyakarta | 19 – 21 Agustus 2014 | IDR 6.500.000
Hotel Novotel, Yogyakarta | 27 – 29 Agustus 2014 | IDR 6.500.000

Jadwal Training 2014 Selanjutnya …

 

 

DESCRIPTION

Power system protection is a branch of electrical power engineering that deals with the protection of electrical power systems from faults through the isolation of faulted parts from the rest of the electrical network. The objective of a protection scheme is to keep the power system stable by isolating only the components that are under fault, whilst leaving as much of the network as possible still in operation. Thus, protection schemes must apply a very pragmatic and pessimistic approach to clearing system faults. For this reason, the technology and philosophies utilized in protection schemes can often be old and well-established because they must be very reliable. while the protective device coordination is the process of determining the “best fit” timing of current interruption occur when abnormal electrical conditions. The goal is to minimize an outage to the greatest extent possible. Historically, protective device coordination was done on translucent log-log paper. Modern methods normally include detailed computer based analysis and reporting.

OBJECTIVES

This course is designed for electrical engineers responsible for industrial or commercial power systems planning, designs for reliability and overall system performance. Students will calculate available short circuit current at varied power system one-line locations to learn how to properly size fuses, cables, breakers and transformers. By learning protective device coordination, load shedding may be accomplished with minimal impact to power system operation.

TRAINING OUTLINES INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND DEVICE COORDINATION

  • Short circuit calculations
  • Power factor improvement
  • Recommended motor / generator / transformer protection
  • Switchgear and system voltage selection
  • Voltage drop / flicker reduction
  • Equipment / system grounding practices
  • Load estimating techniques
  • Plant modernization recommendations
  • Protective device coordination
  • Fuses and thermal overload devices
  • Electro-mechanical and solid state relays
  • Transformers, cables and bus bars
  • Circuit breakers

INSTRUCTOR

Tugino, ST., MT and team

METHOD

Lecturing, workshop, interactive discussion, sharing and case study.

 

TIME & VENUE

  • 15-17 Juli / 23-25 Juli / 4-6 Agustus / 19-21 Agustus / 27-29 Agustus / 1-3 September / 17-19 September / 23-25 September / 1-3 Oktober / 15-17 Oktober / 29-31 Oktober / 3-5 November / 12-14 November / 18-20 November / 25-27 November / 1-3 Desember / 9-11 Desember / 16-18 Desember / 29-31 Desember 2014
  • Hotel Ibis Styles Dagen – Yogyakarta

 

TRAINING FEE

  • IDR 6.500.000 per participant (Non-Residential)
  • Minimal participants : 2 persons (Yogyakarta)

TRAINING FACILITIES

  • Quality Training Module
  • Stationeries: notebook and ballpoint
  • Flashdisk containing materials
  • Training bag or backpack
  • Morning and afternoon coffee break for at days of training
  • Exclusive T-Shirt or Jacket
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Training photo
  • Transportation for participants from the airport/railway station to hotel/training venue. (At least 2 persons from the same company)

 

 

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