- Basic understanding of Power Systems studies
In this course, I took few AllumiaX blogs and turned them into uniquely presented, multi-part, bite-sized vlog series that will keep you engaged and allow you to go at your own pace. With these vlogs, my ability to converse will break all barriers and allow me to truly convey my experience through highly refined explanations. I will be explaining different concepts and solutions to complex issues that we have dealt with in power system studies. I will be sharing my expertise and perspective, honed by years of experience within the field to help you understand and truly grasp the different aspects within power system studies. I hope you’ll join me in this Vlog and benefit from it. The topic discussed are:
TCC Curve for Selective Coordination: Time Current Characteristic Curves play a significant role in achieving proper protection coordination among the electrical safety devices. In this topic, we will go over the TCC curves required and the layout of the TCC curve in order to do something like a selective coordination.
Electrical Transients in Power Systems: Electrical transients can occur in power systems from a variety of sources and have adverse effects on the equipment and reliability of the power system. It is best to know about the possible sources in your facility and to protect against it. Join this Vlog to find out more about power system transients.
Electric Substations – How do they work? Electrical substations have an utmost importance in electric distribution facility. This topic is for people who want to get a very high level concept and understanding of electric substations. It’s going to be my interpretation of this concept, this content, this layout, and we’ll go into quite a bit of detail of the various components involved in electric substations.
Importance of Power Quality in Power Systems: Electricity with a bad quality is dangerous and uneconomical at both utility and consumer end. There is a big need to focus on the quality of power being supplied to the loads. In this topic, we’ll cover causes of poor power quality, different measuring parameters, power quality standards and various techniques to improve the power quality.
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Who this course is for:
- This course is for qualified electricians, professional engineers, EITs, drafters, equipment reps, suppliers, and distributors. This course is also useful for facility engineers and managers, utility personnel, and individuals who are interested in Power Systems studies domain.