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Protections and Local Control Command
in HV Substations

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

 

PEDAGOGY

Knowledge about protection against short-circuits and LV material in a substation

Ability to intervene safely on settings and automations of a substation

Length of the course: 5 days

 
  • Theoretical and practical training
  • Individual testing of knowledge at the beginning and end of the course
  • Possibility to accompany onsite interventions
  • Enhance customer experience feedback
  • Summary of the course animated by a manager

TRAINING PROGRAM

  • Refresher course on electrical engineering
  • LV components of substations (cells, transmissions, state recording etc.)
  • Substation functioning
  • The principles of different relays and their functioning
  • The choice of protections (minimum of impedance, differentials,max currentetc.)
  • The protection plan and the definition of settings (calculation, and orientation etc.)
  • Interactivity between HV and MV
 
  • Different types of instrumentation and control (electromechanical engineering, 1975 plan , numerical etc.)
  • The transmission of orders and information
  • Recording of events, incidents and disturbances (analogue recording)
  • The rules of access to HV substations (workers security)
  • Maintenance and interventions on protections
  • Going digital (optional)

TRAINING OBJECTIVE

Knowledge about protection against short-circuits and LV material in a substation

Ability to intervene safely on settings and automations of a substation

Length of the course: 5 days

PEDAGOGY

  • Theoretical and practical training
  • Individual testing of knowledge at the beginning and end of the course
  • Possibility to accompany onsite interventions
  • Enhance customer experience feedback
  • Summary of the course animated by a manager

TRAINING PROGRAM

  • Refresher course on electrical engineering
  • LV components of substations (cells, transmissions, state recording etc.)
  • Substation functioning
  • The principles of different relays and their functioning
  • The choice of protections (minimum of impedance, differentials,max currentetc.)
  • The protection plan and the definition of settings (calculation, and orientation etc.)
  • Interactivity between HV and MV
  • Different types of instrumentation and control (electromechanical engineering, 1975 plan , numerical etc.)
  • The transmission of orders and information
  • Recording of events, incidents and disturbances (analogue recording)
  • The rules of access to HV substations (workers security)
  • Maintenance and interventions on protections
  • Going digital (optional)