POWER GENERATION

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to give delegates an understanding of the factors to be considered within the area of power generation.

The course covers generator theory, operation, protection and application, and troubleshooting.
Different excitation systems, prime movers and generator earthing systems generator voltage and frequency control are included. In addition, condition monitoring and maintenance is also examined and explained.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

COURSE OUTLINE

PRINCIPLES OF A.C. GENERATION

1.Principles of alternating and rotating
2. Magnetic fields

  1. Phase A.C. Generators

GENERATOR CONSTRUCTION AND EXCITATION

  1. General
  1. Generator Excitation and Voltage Control

PRIME MOVERS

GENERATORS EARTHING

  1. Introduction
    2. Equipment Earthing
    3. System Earthing
    4. Classification Of Supply / Installation System Earthing

GENERATOR VOLTAGE AND FREQUENCY CONTROL

GENERATOR OPERATION

GENERATOR PROTECTION

  1. Generator Connections and Overview of Typical Protection
    2. Stator Phase – Fault Protection for All Size Generators
    3. Phase Protection for Small Generators That Do Not Use Differentials
    4. Phase – Fault Backup Protection (51v) Or (21)
    5. Stator Ground – Fault Protection Ground – Fault Protection for Single Medium Or Small Wye – Connected
    6. Ground – Fault Protection for Very Small , Solidly Grounded Generators
    7. Generator Off – Line Protection
    8. Reduced or Lost Excitation Protection (40)

CONDITION MONITORING AND DATA COLLECTION

DC HI – POT TEST

  1. Maximum Allowable Test Voltage
    2. Measuring Insulation Degradation
  1. Insulation Power Factor

THE ERA of Intelligent Electronic Devices “IED “To collect Data

Fault analysis for Generator Control Circuit Case Studies, Group Exercises, Group Discussions, Last Day Review & Assessments will be carried out.

PARTICIPANTS

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