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Power Systems Analysis Course Using ETAP Software
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5 days
Next Course Date
11 March, 2024
Registration Procedure
1 Complete the registration form below this page.
2 Make payment for the course using the payment link below.
3 Course Registration must be completed 2 weeks before training commencement.
4 Course Registration details would be sent to your email latest 24 hours before commencement of training.
Course Overview

This hands-on workshop is specifically designed to cover the functionality of ETAP software. Industries nowadays are in pursuit of candidates having skills in Power system simulation packages. Having the knowledge to analyze power networks and simulate power systems in ETAP software can help attendees to perform effectively in the power sector.
This course also covers all the fundamentals of conducting analysis in power systems, thus it will be easy for beginners to follow the course. Each lesson is tailor-made to be detailed and precise with practical examples. Engineers in the industry can update and refresh their knowledge, and learn to analyze using ETAP software.

Course Content

Introduction To Power systems Analysis and ETAP

  • One Line Diagram modeling in ETAP
  • Edit and Simulation Toolbars
  • ETAP Library
  • Creating OLV
  • System dumpster
  • AC Element Toolbars
  • Composite Networks
  • Adding Protective Devices
  • 3-D Modeling
  • Scenario and study wizard

» Load Flow (LF) Analysis

  • Input data required and entry
  • Calculation methods
  • Load Flow (LF) study case
  • Loading category
  • Generation category
  • Analysis of running tools
  • Report and recommendation
  • Load Flow result analyzer
  • Load Flow study documents and reports

Motor Starting and Acceleration

  • Input data required
  • Static acceleration vs dynamic acceleration
  • Motor start (MS) study case
  • Analysis running tool
  • Starting device simulation
  • The report, plots, and recommendation
  • Motor start study document

Short Circuit Analysis and Calculation

  • Calculation methods
  • Duty, IEC60909 and IEC61363
  • Input data entry require
  • Short circuit (SC) study case
  • Device evaluation
  • Analysis tool
  • Vendor data comparison
  • Report and recommendation
  • Motor start study document

Coordination Protection

  • Input data required
  • Vendor’s data modeling
  • Coordination protection
  • Report and recommendation

Arc Flash Analysis

  • Calculation methods
  • Arc flash study case
  • Definition of FCT, incident energy, flash protection  boundary, and hazard risk
  • Category
  • Minimum data entry
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Reports and label
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