Understanding Fault Records, Electrical Power System



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What you’ll learn

  • Importance of fault recording

  • Different types of faults

  • Standalone & built in fault recorders

  • how to review fault record by software

  • Single Line diagram of power plant

  • Review & perform root cause analysis of real fault data

  • Directional over current protection

Requirements

  • basic understanding of electrical engineering

Dear All,

I have created this course keeping in mind to share my field knowledge about fault recording with you.

We have all studied the symmetrical components & types of faults during university and college time. Wondering how real fault data would look like and how to read fault records.

In this training I will share with you all that is required to review faults records, you will be able to download fault recorder software as well as comtrade files to review records your self.

The importance of keeping fault logs; Fault logs are used to record incidents and errors on a system, these faults can then be used in the future if the problem occurs again so the technician can resolve the problem quickly without having to troubleshoot it again.

Topics covered

  • Single line diagram
  • Understanding Line Bay
  • Understanding Busbar Scheme
  • Understanding Transformer Bay
  • CVT & Convectional VT explained
  • CT explained
  • Phasors explained
  • Introduction to Symmetrical components
  • Transformer Rating explained
  • Surge Arrestor Explained
  • Why NGR is installed
  • Why Earthing transformer is installed
  • Why Delta winding is used at Generation End
  • Zero Sequence voltages
  • V.T connection diagram for zero sequence connection
  • Open Delta Connection
  • CT & VT Classes
  • CT Polarity
  • Directional & Over Current Protection
  • Going through & investigating real fault records of power plant.
  • Different types of fault viewing software & download link
  • Comtrade files available to download
  • Root Cause Analysis for Fault Records
  • Protection Zones
  • Zones Overlapping
  • Dead Zone
  • Function of bus coupler

Best Regards

Muhammad Kashif

Who this course is for:

  • engineers
  • technicians

Total 16 plus years of Experience in Electrical Grids / Substations. I have lead & completed 20 substation projects. Worked at 380/132/11kV Voltage Levels in Saudi Arab and 500/220/132/11kV Substation in NTDC Pakistan. I started my career from NTDC pakistan where I served at protection engineer at 500/220/132/11kV Substation Jamshoro & 132/11kV substation Vehari and I also completed 36 weeks long protection & instrumentation training in Lahore & Tarbela(2003-2008). I further move to Siemens Saudi as Protection Engineer & completed Projects with Clients that include Saudi Aramco, Petrofac , Marafiq, Saudi Electricity (Eastern, Central & Western Region), SIPCHEM (Saudi International Petrochemical Company), SABIC,YANSAB Yanbu National Petrochemical Company. Having plate form of Siemens Saudi. I have core competancy in Protection Relays, Protection Scheme, GIS/AIS equipment testing, Control Schemes, automation system etc.I have Total 10 years of experience in Saudi Arab at 380/132/11kV voltage levels. And completed several trainings related to protection relays & automations system in Saudi Arab & Germany. Previleged to work in Pakistan for 6 plus years with NTDC ( National Transmission & Dispatched Services ), WAPDA ( Water & Power Developement Authority) & Pioneer Member of ETCS ( Erection Testing & Commissioning Services) , Completed Projects in Pakistan with clients K.E ( K-Electric), GETZ Pharma, Amreli Steel, DHA( Defence Housing Authority).

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