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Engineering Seminars


The following courses are on offer :





Seminar Code : DPCM

Electrical Power Systems Analysis Practical Component Modelling.


Seminar Duration:

3 days.

Seminar Description:

The objective of the seminar is to cover practical plant modelling for power system requirements.

Numerical examples of all topics will be a significant feature of the seminar.

The presenters will be Ken Parton and Jim Langley of Ken Parton Associates, who between them have over eighty years experience ranging from plant manufacture to system control.

The seminar is planned to include interactive engineering debate to ensure the maximum benefit for all participants.

 

Seminar Content:

Day 1:
  • Overhead lines and cables I- 3, 2, single phase and 4 wire modelling.
  • Overhead lines and cables II - equivalent positive sequence modelling - for all cases.
  • Static and non-linear device modelling.
  • Load modelling.
  • Transformer modelling I - including autos, banked single phase, phase shifter and boosters.
  • Transformer modelling II - full matrix modelling for all unbalanced conditions.
Day 2:
  • Synchronous machine modelling - simplified and full Park's equations.
  • Asynchronous (induction) machine modelling.
  • Generator control devices - including gas turbine controls.
  • Wind farm generation.
  • Steady state and dynamic stability considerations.
  • Fault current calculations.
  • Earth modelling and current distribution - including earth voltage 'step and touch'.
Day 3:
  • Harmonics - impedance, penetration and use of filters.
  • Protection - devices review, principles of coordination.
  • Reliability.
  • Study techniques review and numerical examples.

Prerequisites:

Basic power systems knowledge is required, as covered on our Electrical Principles Seminar.

 

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Course Code : DMOS

DINIS(E) Network Analysis - Management Overview.


Course Duration:

Half to one day.

Course Description:

The seminar is designed to give an overview of modern network analysis tools and their growing influence on business decisions. The seminar will be led by an experienced engineer, with additional specialist guest speakers.

The morning session will cover a total briefing of all facilities, followed by an optional afternoon workshop session. Included will be contributions from Electricity Utilities who have successful experience of the implementation of Fujitsu Services DINIS(E) product range of network analysis tools.

It is planned to include a large measure of discussion and interactive debate to ensure the maximum benefit for all participants.

 

Course Content:

 

  • DINIS(E) History and Development.
  • DINIS(E) Product Overview and Demonstration.
  • DINIS(E) Modules Product Overview and Demonstration.
  • DINIS(E) Unique Features.
  • Sources of Specialist Application Code.
  • DINIS(E) Joint Design Association.
  • Cost Justification.
  • Organisational Implications.
  • Engineering Data Capture.
  • Integration with Corporate Systems.
  • International Consultancy Opportunities

Prerequisites:

The seminar is intended for Senior Executives with a responsibility for the Distribution function in an Electricity Utility. There are no formal pre-requisites.

 

Further Training:

Additional Seminars:

The DINIS(E) - Engineering Principles Seminar covers the basic engineering principles of the DINIS(E) product.

The DINIS(E) Protection Co-ordination - Engineering Seminar and the DINIS(E) Transient Stability - Engineering Seminar give comprehensive detail on the theory and principles of these modules.

DINIS(E) Operation:

For training in the operation of the DINIS(E) product, the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 1 and the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 2 training courses are available. A full range of courses are additionally available on the operation of the DINIS(E) additional modules.

 

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Course Code : DCES

DINIS(E) - Engineering Principles Seminar.


Course Duration:

1 day.

Course Description:

The seminar is designed to give practising Utility Managers and Engineers an appreciation of the range of engineering facilities within the DINIS(E) application.

The seminar will be led by an experienced engineer, and is planned to include interactive engineering debate to ensure the maximum benefit for all participants.

As this seminar covers the basic engineering principles and data definitions of the DINIS(E) product, it is particularly recommended that all new DINIS(E) users attend this seminar.

 

Course Content:

  • Load Flow Principles
  • Fault Analysis Principles.
  • Cable and Line Modelling and Data.
  • Transformer Modelling and Data.
  • Generator Modelling and Data.
  • Motor Modelling and Data.
  • Shunt Device Modelling and Data.
  • Switch Modelling and Data.
  • Load Types.
  • Network Build and Selection.
  • Inclusion of Two and Single Phase Spurs.
  • Load Allocation.
  • Load Flow Analysis Results and Appreciation.
  • Zero Sequence Transformer Modelling.
  • Fault Analysis Results and Appreciation.
  • Partial Faults and Initial Motor Start.
  • Loss Appreciation and Minimising.
  • Reliability Appreciation and Maximising.
  • DSQL Module.
  • Load Management Module.
  • Protection Coordination Module.
  • Transient Stability Module.
  • Unbalanced Load Flow Analysis.
  • Automatic Loss Minimisation Module.
  • Fault Study Package Module.
  • Distributed LV Load Allocation Module.
  • DINIS(E) DEBUT Module.

Prerequisites:

Electrical engineering knowledge is required, but no experience of computing or running network analysis programs is necessary.

 

Further Training:

Additional DINIS(E) Seminars:

The DINIS(E) Protection Co-ordination - Engineering Seminar and the Course: DINIS(E) Transient Stability - Engineering Seminar give comprehensive detail on the theory and principles of these modules.

DINIS(E) Operation:

For training in the operation of the DINIS(E) product, the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 1 and the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 2 training courses are available.

DINIS(E) Administration:

Fujitsu Services also offer an extensive range of administration and Sun Unix training courses.

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Course Code : DPCS

DINIS(E) Protection - Engineering Seminar.

Course Duration:

1 day.

Course Description:

The seminar is designed to give practising Utility Managers and Engineers an overview of the engineering facilities within the DINIS(E) Protection Co-ordination module.

The seminar will be led by experienced engineers, and is planned to include interactive engineering debate to ensure the maximum benefit for all participants.

 

Course Content:

  • Basics of protective elements
  • Protection Co-ordination
  • Installing protection devices
  • Time delay relays, voltage, frequency or current operated (future)
  • IDMTL Relays
  • Fuses
  • Miniature or moulded case circuit breakers
  • Auto-reclosers
  • Distance protection relays (future)
  • Unit protection relays (future)
  • Apply balanced or unbalanced fault to any system node
  • Display device characteristics and operating time for visual check on co-ordination (future)
  • Change settings of a relay or select higher rated device to resolve co-ordination problems (future)
  • Report behaviour of operating protective devices
  • Switch out element(s) controlled by operated devices
  • Repeat calculations of device behaviour until either fault is cleared or no device is operating
  • Causes of discrimination failures

Prerequisites:

Electrical engineering knowledge is required, but no experience of computing or running network analysis programs is necessary.

 

Further Training:

Additional Seminars:

The DINIS(E) Engineering Principles Seminar covers the basic engineering principles of the DINIS(E) product.

The DINIS(E) Transient Stability - Engineering Seminar give comprehensive detail on the theory and principles of this module.

DINIS(E) Operation:

For training in the operation of the core DINIS(E) product, the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 1 and the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 2 training courses are available.

For training in the operation of the optional modules of the DINIS(E) product, courses are available on the operation of the full range of DINIS(E) optional modules.

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Course Code : DTSS

DINIS(E) Transient Stability - Engineering Seminar.

Course Duration:

1 day.

Course Description:

The seminar is designed to give practising Utility Managers and Engineers an overview of the engineering facilities within the DINIS(E) Transient Stability module.

The seminar will be led by experienced engineers, and is planned to include interactive engineering debate.

 

Course Content:

  • Basic concepts of transient stability
  • Parks' equation data for synchronous machines
  • Asynchronous machine (induction motor) data
  • AVR and Governor controls for synchronous generators
  • Apply balanced or unbalanced faults to any system element
  • Remove faults
  • Switch in or out any system element
  • Start asynchronous or synchronous motors:
    • Direct on line
    • Auto-transformer
    • Korndorffer
    • Star/delta
    • Pole changing
    • Rotor resistance
  • Switch asynchronous or synchronous machine out
  • Reconnect asynchronous machine
  • Synchronise synchronous machine
  • Commence, suspend or restart cyclic torque variation for synchronous and asynchronous machines
  • Simulate AVR failure or change settings - including switching in when starting synchronous motors.
  • Simulate Governor failure or change settings.

Prerequisites:

Electrical engineering knowledge is required, but no experience of computing or running network analysis programs is necessary.

 

Further Training:

Additional Seminars:

The DINIS(E) Engineering Principles Seminar covers the basic engineering principles of the DINIS(E) product.

The DINIS(E) Protection - Engineering Principles Seminar give comprehensive detail on the theory and principles of this module.

DINIS(E) Operation:

For training in the operation of the core DINIS(E) product, the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 1 and the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 2 training courses are available.

For training in the operation of the optional modules of the DINIS(E) product, courses are available on the operation of the full range of DINIS(E) optional modules.

 

 
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