Advanced Microprocessor Based Power System Protection | SAIEE Training Academy JHB



Advanced Microprocessor Based Power System Protection | SAIEE Training Academy JHB
This course covers overcurrent and earth fault protection theory, distance protection theory, protection grading and load flow (theory and example), calculation of protection settings, advantages of modern microprocessor relays, fault recording and fault reporting facilities in modern microprocessor relays, theory of unit protection, transformer protection theory and example, advanced features in modern microprocessor transformer relays, motor protection theory and application...
Event Name: Advanced Microprocessor Based Power System Protection | SAIEE Training Academy JHB
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Event Date: 17 September 2019
Starting Date: 17 Sep 08:00
Ending Date: 20 Sep 16:00
Event Type: CPD Course
Event Theme: Advanced Microprocessor Based Power System Protect
Venue: SAIEE House, 18A Gill Street, Observatory, Johannesburg
Province: Gauteng
Cost: Please contact Roberto Benites for more info on this course
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Event Contact: Roberto Benites
roberto@saiee.org.za
011-487-9042
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Advanced Microprocessor Based Power System Protection | SAIEE Training Academy JHB

ADVANCED MICROPROCESSOR POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION COURSE


17 - 20 September 2019


SAIEE-2030-V : Category 1 : 4 CPD credits


1. OVERVIEW


This course covers overcurrent and earth fault protection theory, distance protection theory, protection grading and load flow (theory and example), calculation of protection settings, advantages of modern microprocessor relays, fault recording and fault reporting facilities in modern microprocessor relays, theory of unit protection, transformer protection theory and example, advanced features in modern microprocessor transformer relays, motor protection theory and application. The course will cover protection of motors smaller than 1MW and motors larger than 1MW capacitor bank protection theory. Generator protection theory and application, importance of fault recording and fault reporting modern microprocessor generator relays, discussing the most important recent advances in Generator protection relays. Importance of instrument transformers in applications of modern microprocessor relays, correct selection of instrument transformers for protection relays.


2. CONTENT


Overcurrent protection & protection grading

• The purpose of protection

• Causes of system disturbances

• Basic protection requirements

• Factors that influence fault current magnitude

• Overcurrent protection

• Type of relays

• Classification of curves

• Protection coordination principles

• Criteria for setting instantaneous units

• Benefits of instantaneous units

• Effects of fault current level

• Coverage of instantaneous units

• Inverse time relays

• Expression for inverse time relays

• Inverse time characteristics

• Criteria for setting inverse time relays

• Protection discrimination

• Pilot wire feeder differential

• Current transformers

• Busbar blocking protection

Transformer protection

• IEEE protection standards

• Why transformers fail

• Transformer basics

• Vector groups & characteristics

• Phasing standards

• *IEEE/ANSI

• *IEC

• Transformer differential

• *Phase (871)

• *REF (87GD)

• Overexcitation protection (24)

• Overcurrent protection

• *Phase (50.51)

• *Neutral (50N.51N; 50G.51G)

• Unbalanced load (46)

• Overvoltage protection (59)

• Thermal overload (49)

• Breaker failure (50BF)

• Digital transformer relays

• Commissioning

Distance Protection

• Functions associated to the Distance Unit

• Distance Protection. Protection Zones

• MHO Characteristic

• Quadrilateral characteristics

• Zone 1 extension

• Fault Identification

• Pilot protection. Schemes

• Fuse failure detection

• Power swing detection

• Load encroachment

• Pole discrepancy / breaker status

• Switch onto fault

• Brokenconductor alarm / Dead line

• CT supervision

• Phase & neutral directional overcurrent

• Current unbalance directional

• Overvoltage / undervoltage

• Breaker failure protection

• Homopolar overvoltage

• Thermal image

• Monitoring functions

• Recloser

• Synchrocheck

• Programmable logic

• Fault locator

• Faults & events records

• Oscillography data recorder

Generator Protection

• Generator protection faults

• Abnormal conditions

• Review of grounding techniques

• Types of generator grounds

• Stator iron burning

• Types of generator connections

• Stator ground fault

• Directional neutral overcurrent (67N)

• Stator ground faults

• Rotor ground faults

• Split-Phase differential (87SP)

• Stator phase faults

• Phase distance (21)

• Generator Out-of-Step protection (78)

• Loss of Field (40)

• Negative sequence (46)

• Overexcitation (24)

• Over/under frequency (81 U/O)

• Frequency rate of change (81R)

• Directional power (32F/R)

• Inadvertent Energizing

• Generator breaker failure

• Fuse loss

• Trip metering & monitoring

• Oscillography

Motor Protection

• Thermal model

• Temperature protection

• Current units

• Power units

• Voltage units

• Frequency units

• Start related units

• Programmable logic

• Faults & events records

• Oscillography data recorder

Capacitor Bank Protection

• Capacitor bank protection functionality

• Undercurrent protection (37)

• Neutral unbalance protection (46N)

• Unbalance protection (46)

• Thermal overload protection (49)

• RMS phase overcurrent (51/51N RMS)

• Undervoltage (27)

• Overvoltage (59)


TARGET AUDIENCE


Electrical Engineers

Consulting Engineers

Protection Engineers & Technicians

Project Engineers


COST :


Non-Member R12,000, SAIEE Member R10,500

(incl. teas, lunches and course material)

*Note: If proof of payment is received before commence-ment of the course, the following rates will apply:

Non-member R10,800 ; SAIEE member R9,450.


COURSE DATE :


17 - 20 September 2019

Corporate Conference Centre, JHB

Registration : 08:00 – 08:30

Workshop : 08:30 - 16:30 (est.)


PRESENTER – IVICA DEBELJKOVIC


Ivica is a founder member of DIPRO which performed numerous power system protection trainings in South Africa and abroad.

Ivica is a Protection Engineer educated in Serbia. He has more than thirty years of experience in Power System Protection which includes design, protection philosophy, protection specification, application, calculation of protection settings as well as testing and commissioning of protective systems. He spent more than ten years in the national utility in Yugoslavia where he was responsible for relay settings, commissioning, testing and planning of the 10 kV, 35 kV and 110 kV networks.

After his arrival in South Africa he joined Siemens as a Protection Design Engineer being involved in design and development of ESKOM protection schemes. He also worked by PD Power Consulting Company as a Protection Consultant.


REGISTRATION : CONTACT DETAILS


ROBERTO BENITES

064 685 4597

011 487 9042

roberto@saiee.org.za

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