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PROTECTIVE RELAY & POWER PLANT MANAGEMENT

PROTECTIVE RELAY & POWER PLANT MANAGEMENT

Hotel Grand Palace, Yogyakarta | 12 – 15 Desember 2011 | Rp 7.500.000,-/ peserta
Hotel Grand Palace, Yogyakarta | 6 – 9 Februari 2012 | Rp 7.500.000,-/ peserta


DESKRIPSI

Power Plant Management should start from the planning of a Power Plant. This planning includes the type of Power Plant which considers the availability of the resources and the capacity of each unit which consider the existing load profile as well as future load profile.

The wrong design in choosing the capacity of each unit will cause a high operating and maintenance cost. The rule of thumbs is the capacity of each unit should be at the same rating. Moreover, IPP should consider a spinning reserve and contingency plan during the maintenance. In general, the rating of spinning reserve unit of the system will be the highest rating of the engine. The wide variants in the rating of each engine will cause a difficult arrangement for the Power Plant Engineer in the scheduling of Units for the operation as well as the maintenance.

Reliable electricity means the supply of power is uninterrupted and the fluctuations of voltage and frequency are under the accepted range. Particularly, in the industrial estates, some factories requires zero breakdown, even a less than a minute of power dip is not acceptable as it will interrupt the processing in a manufacture which cause the process to restart again from the beginning, while, the interrupted process will be redundant.

Also, this training course presents a comprehensive and systematic description of the concepts and principles of operation and application of protection schemes for various power system elements. Our Protective Relay Training course begins with an overview of power system faults, short circuit calculations, components of power system protection schemes, as well as a full session on microprocessor-based protective relays and their application.

OBJECTIVE

  • Identify the Effects of Current Transformers (CTs) on Power Systems Protection.
  • Recognize Protective Relay Coordination Related Disturbances and Outages.
  • Collect the Required Data to Perform a Detailed Coordination Study.
  • Derive Complete Protective Relay Device Settings to Protect the Electrical PowerSystems Equipment.
  • Demonstrate a basic appreciation and understanding of the power plant process and of unit cycle principles
  • Identify the particular hazards and the appropriate precautions associated with the plant and process systems
  • Identify and discuss effective communication techniques
  • Examine instrumentation and control features including permissive conditions, interlocks, alarm and trip conditions
  • Determine requirements for the competent, safe and reliable operation of plant
  • Examine plant efficiencies and controllable losses
  • Identify abnormal plant and process conditions and the associated incident response mechanisms

TUJUAN

  • Mengetahui dan memahami perubahan apa saja yang terdapat pada Revisi PSAK .
  • Memahami bagaimana relevansi Revisi PSAK dalam setiap transaksi bisnis serta pelaporan keuangan.
  • Memperoleh gambaran dalam melakukan antisipasi dengan timbulnya Revisi PSAK .
  • Mendapatkan contoh – contoh real dari penerapan revisi PSAK melalui studi kasus yang disajikan.


COURSE CONTENT
Introduction to Power Systems Relaying

  • System Planning
  • Power System Studies
  • Phasor Fundamentals
  • Relaying Principles
  • Review of Short Circuit Calculations
  • Fundamentals of Coordination

Power Systems Grounding

  • Symmetrical Components
  • Ungrounded Systems
  • Solidly-Grounded Systems
  • Resistance-Grounded Systems
  • Ground Fault Detection Methods

Current Transformers

  • Types, CT Ratios, Polarity
  •  Burden, Accuracy Classes, Saturation Calculations

Protection Fundamentals

  • Line, Cables, Feeders
  • Medium Voltage Motors
  • Power Transformers

Protective Relay Schemes

  • Directional Relays
  • Differential Relays
  • Ground Relays

Power Plant Management

  1. Power Plant Electrical Systems
  2. Thermodynamic Principles
  3. Boilers and Auxiliaries
  4. Steam Turbines & Auxiliaries
  5. Combustion Turbines
  6.  Heat Recovery Steam Generators(HRSG)
  7. Power Plant Instrumentation and Control
  8. Balance of Plant Systems
  9. Coal Handling System
  10. Ash Handling System
  11. Fuel Oil Systems
  12. Water Treatment System
  13. Cooling Water System
  14.  Design Management
  15.  Risk Management

Peserta

Staff / officer accounting yang ingin memiliki dasar pengetahuan yang luas mengenai best practices bidang accounting – khususnya yang berkaitan dengan penerapan IFRS ini sehingga dapat membantu memperlancar pelaksanaan tugas sehari-hari.

Instruktur:

Consultants, application engineers, design engineers and electrical engineers from large industrial plants or municipal distribution systems with complex protective relay needs will find this course highly beneficial. Attendance at the Siemens Westinghouse Industrial Power Systems Analysis Seminar or equivalent is strongly recommended as a prerequisite

Metode:

Presentation, Discussion, Simulation, Case Study, Evaluation.

Waktu dan tempat:

  • 12 – 15 Desember 2011
  • 6 – 9 Februari 2012
  • Hotel Grand Palace, Yogyakarta

Investasi:

  • Rp 7.500.000,-/ Peserta

Fasilitas:

  • Module / Handout
  • Sertifikat
  • Training Kit
  • Coffe Break & Lunch
  • Souvenir


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