Electrical Power System Analysis Course Using ETAP


This course is designed for electrical engineers, system operators, and planners to introduce the fundamentals of Transmission and Distribution engineering using ETAP. Theoretical and practical concepts and examples will be explored to assist the technical professional with their primary functions. Effects of system unbalance and solutions, optimization techniques using optimal power flow and capacitor placement will be analyzed as well as system operations such as switching and contingencies will be studied.
This course provides the skills, knowledge, and techniques necessary to become proficient in ETAP to conduct power system studies, from modeling to analysis. The purpose of this Course is to develop a thorough understanding of ETAP’s capabilities and analytical techniques to solve a variety of practical problems.

General Overview, One-Line Diagram, Library Systems, Load Flow, Short-Circuit (ANSI and IEC), Arc Flash, Star (Device Coordination and Selectivity), Motor Acceleration

1. Modeling Electrical Systems
Creating a One-Line Diagram
a.  Build Skeleton of System

  • Creating a new project

              (1) Minimum Data entry
(2) Load Flow to double-check
(3) Explain error review process
b.  Adding a New Substation

  • Minimum Data Entry
  • Cable Data Selector

c.  Dealing with Sub-One Line Diagrams

  • System Dumpster
  • Composite Networks

d.  Adding Protective Devices

  • Auto-Insert
  • Optional Data Entry
  • Show/Hide

e.  3-D Modeling

  • Presentations
  • Configurations
  • Revisions

2. Load Flow Analysis
Open a Pre-Built Electrical System
a.  Display Results
b.  Study Case
c.  Calculation Methods
d.  Voltage Drop
e.  Loading
f.  Automatic Functions
g.  Alerts
h) Reports

Short Circuit Analysis
a) ANSI/IEEE Standards (C37)
b) IEC Standards
c) Transient Short-Circuit Analysis
d) Study Case
e) Calculation Methods
f) Device Evaluation
g) Alerts
h) Reports
Device Coordination Analysis
a.  Device Curve Review
b.  Curve Selector
c.  Interface with One-Line Diagrams
d.  Interface with Short-Circuit
e.  Changing Device Settings
f.  Sequence of Operation
g.  Plotting/Reports

Arc Flash Analysis
a.  NFPA 70E Standards
b.  IEEE 1584 Standards
c.  Data Entry
d.  Calculation Methods
e.  Evaluating Results
f.   Reports
g.  Labels
h.  Safety Equipment

Motor Acceleration
a.  Static Acceleration: Approximating No Load / Full Load Time
b.  Dynamic Acceleration: Minimum Data Entry
c.  Load Transitioning
d.  Time Toolbar
e.  Adjusting Pre-Load
f.  Load Sequencing
g.  Increasing Load After Acceleration
h.  Reports and Plots

This workshop is tailored for technical individuals who work in the Transmission and Distribution field. This workshop is beneficial for those who conduct planning, optimization, and operation studies as well as consultants who provide services to this sector.

Tugino, ST, MT dan Tim

Aston Hotel Yogyakarta
08.00 – 16.00 WIB
9-11 September | 7-9 Oktober | 11-13 November | 9-11 Desember 2014

In House Training : Depend on Request


Training Kit

Presentation | Discussion | Case Study | Evaluation

Public Training
Yogyakarta Rp 7.000,000,-/ Participant Non Residential


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