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Primary Equipment is a major electric appliances that are seen in the electrical substation. The equipment allows electricity operated and controlled use safely. In the context of power transmission, primary equipment placed in electrical substations. Equipment operating at certain voltage levels and have specific uses in order to make the whole system is perfect and safe delivery. The most important of equipment in the system is Circuit Breaker and Power Transformer. Through 132kV high voltage can be lowered by up to 11kV or lower than that and passed on to consumers safely. In communications and electrical engineering, a transmission line is a specialized cable or other structure designed to carry alternating current of radio frequency, that is, currents with a frequency high enough that their wave nature must be taken into account.
This course introduces the building blocks for power systems. Electric power has become increasingly important as a way of transmitting and transforming energy in all industries. The course presents the power systems fundamentals in light of regulatory changes and penetration of new technology such as power electronics and renewable energy.
The main take-away from this course resides in clearly define building blocks of the power system from its fundamentals to all aspects of power system operation.
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The participants will gain a better understanding of the design, operation and economics of the power system. The course presents a solid summary of the technical issues in the operation of the power system.
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Methodology: presentation, discussion
Duration: 2 days
In this training program, participants will be exposed on principles of protection in power system, the operation of OCEF, CT/VT, transformer protection, communication system, SAS and RTU. Hands On also will be given on secondary injection test for the OCEF relay, pilot wire Solkor RF and current transformer.
After attending this course the participants shall be able to:
1. Explain the importance of protection in power system
2. Describe the principles of protection system
3. Explain the principle of Instrument Transformer (CT/VT)
4. Explain the principle of Overcurrent & Earth Fault relay (OCEF)
5. Explain the principle of pilot wire & transformer protection
6. Explain the principle of communication, substation automation system (SAS) and remote terminal unit
7. Handling secondary injection test
for any enquiries please contact:
1. NAME: AZIZUDDIN ZAKARIA
2. NAME: ZALINA SAMSUDIN