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March 27th to 30th, 2018

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

Fees:  $ 1,350 / per person*

Fee does not include lodging, transportation and Malaysia Government Tax. Fee include light breakfast snacks, tea-breaks & lunch (6-9, February 2018). 
Payment in full must be received 21 days prior to start date of training

 

Language: English.

 

Location:

Shangri-La Hotel
Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia


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Training objectives: 27 - 28 March 2018

The objective of this training is to give to beginner participants a good first hands-on experience on EMTP-RV and an overview of the EMTP-RV capabilities. The training is based on the usage of EMTP-RV for demonstrating concepts and teaching through practical problem cases.
  • Manage the GUI.
  • Choose the configuration (models, equipments) suited to the type of simulation to run.
  • Identify and solve simulation failures.
  • Analyze simulation results.

 

Training objectives: 29 - 30 March 2018

The objective of this Insulation Coordination Studies with EMTP-RV, course is to give to participants a good knowledge of insulation coordination studies. Participants will learn the theory and principles of Insulation Coordination studies, modeling techniques and how to use EMTP-RV models. Moreover, they will learn how to manage a whole Insulation Coordination study based on the IEC 60071.
 

Intented audience:

The course is of interest for newcomers, users of the software and also for those who want to improve their skills in the fields of insulation coordination.

  • Professionals from Power Transmission
  • Distribution and Production companies
  • Professional engineers and Engineering professionalsConsultant
  • Research personnel in industry, utilities, universities and consulting companies involved in power systems studies
  • Post-graduated students.
  • People interested in electromagnetic transient studies

 

Requested Technical Background:

Participants should possess a background in three-phase electric power system fundamentals, application, and practice and should be comfortable with the Microsoft Windows PC environment

 

Training content:

Day 1

9:00 am: Introduction

  • General introduction to EMTP-RV
  • Typical field of applications

 

10:00 am: Overview of EMTP-Works 3.5
  • Presentation of the User Interface
  • How to create a simple circuit?
  • General signals, 3-phase signal and bus
  • How to run a simulation?
  • Introduction to ScopeView
  • Initialization
  • EMTP – RV Standard Models
  • Multi page & Bundle Design
➢ Labs: Basic examples
 
1:00 - 2:00 pm: Lunch break

2:00 pm : Overview of EMTP-Works 3.5 (Cont.)

  • Sub circuit creation, hierarchical designs and mask

➢ Labs: LLG Fault

 

4:00 pm : Simulation Options

  • Load-Flow solution
  • Steady-state solution
  • Time domain analysis
  • Frequency scan

 

4.30 pm: Induction Machine

➢ Labs: Motor starting

5:00 pm : End of the day



Day 2 

09:00 am: System Modeling

  • Synchronous Machine
    • Modelling of exciter
    • Modelling of PSS
    • Modelling of Governor
➢ Labs: Transient stability analysis
  • Transformer
    • Modelling of saturation
    • Inrush current analysis
➢ Labs: Transformer energization
  • Lines and cables
➢ Labs: PI,CP,FD,WB Model
1:00 - 2:00 pm: Lunch break
 
2:00 pm: Protection analysis
  • Overview on protection
  • Distance protection – R-X Graph Plotting
  • Over/Under frequency Relay
➢ Labs: Distance protection
➢ Labs: Grid Islanding and load sheading
 
4.00 pm: LIOV Toolbox
  • Lightning induced overvoltage in distribution system
 
5:00 pm: End of the day


Day 3 

09:00 am: Surge arresters modeling

  • IEEE WG model 3.4.11
    ➢ Labs: IEEE MO arrester for fast front transients
    ➢ with standards
     
  • Insulation coordination: introduction
    • Origin and type of Overvoltage
    • Design approach
    • Transient in network – basics
    • Slow-Front Overvoltage (switching)
    • Approach

 

1:00 - 2:00 pm: Lunch break
02.00 pm: Insulation coordination cont.
  • Modelling and simulation
  • Results interpretation
    • Phase to ground overvoltage
    • Phase to phase overvoltage
    • Longitudinal overvoltage
  • Other considerations
    • Impact of altitude
    • Impact of atmospheric
    • Safety factors
  • Study of IEC 60071 – BSL levels
➢ Labs: Switching transients
 
5:00 pm: End of the day


Day 4
09:00 am – Insulation coordination cont.
  • Fast-Front Overvoltage (lightning)
  • Definitions
  • Approach
  • Modelling of lightning CIGRE Current source
  • Modelling of system for lightning analysis
    • Tower
    • Insulator
    • Dynamic modelling of Earth resistance
    • Substation components
 
1:00 - 2:00 pm: Lunch break
02.00 pm: Insulation coordination cont.
  • Simulation
  • Results interpretation
  • Other considerations
    • Impact of altitude
    • Impact of atmospheric
    • Safety factors
  • Study of IEC 60071 – BIL levels
➢ Lab: lightning analysis
 
4.00 pm: Open Discussions
 
5:00 pm: End of the day

Contact for Training information:

Cahaya Jaya Services
No. 37, Jalan Pemimpin
#07-07 MAPEX Building
Singapore 577177
 
Tel: (65) 64814106
Fax: (65) 64814609
Website: www.cjaya.com
Person contact: Robin Goh