Electrical Control & Protection Part 4


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Electrical control & protection systems are a critical part of the distribution & transmission systems that feed power to our cities & industries.

The fourth part of this protection course focuses on the building blocks of a protection system and the feeder protection systems that we use on high voltage networks

The course will go into detail for the following key topics :-

  • Introduce the general principles behind the different types of drawings we use and how we read them
  • Show how we apply ferruling to the different circuits on the protection system
  • Look at all of the different types of auxiliary relays that we use including trip relays, flag relays and interposing relays
  • Look at test blocks and test plugs and show how we integrate them into different types of circuits.
  • Introduce the principles behind interlocking, and develop the logic for some typical circuits
  • Show how we apply electrical interlocking to the substation systems
  • Introduce the ideas behind mechanical interlocking and provide some working examples of how it can be applied to a typical circuit.
  • Look at the principles behind metering, what equipment we use and how we define the current transformers and voltage transformers
  • Look in detail at power factor compensation and how we protect the capacitor banks that we use for these systems.
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By the end of the course the student will be able to identify all of the key components of a protection & control system and understand how all of these components fit together to create a fully integrated system.

Who this course is for:

  • Electrical Engineers
  • Students
  • Electricians
  • Anyone interested in electrical design


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