DINIS

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DINIS Operation


The following courses are on offer :

Course Code : D6I1

An Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 1.

Course Duration:

2 days

Course Description:

The Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 1 training course is designed to give an introduction to the operation of the DINIS(E) product. It is particularly aimed at the practising Engineer.

 

Course Content:

  • Personal Data File Retrieval
  • Master Data File Retrieval
  • Personal Data File Save
  • Personal Data File Deletion
  • DINIS Keyboard Operation.
  • View Modification - Pan, Zoom and Rescale.
  • Selecting DINIS Data.
  • DINIS Multiple Views
  • DINIS View Filters.
  • DINIS Data Display
  • Displaying Substation Layouts - Sites.
  • Correlate Lines from Sites
  • Data Creation and Modification
  • DINIS Cut, Copy and Paste Facilities.
  • Site Creation and Modification
  • Text Creation and Modification.
  • Creating a Schematic Circuit Representation.
  • Selecting an Electrical Circuit.
  • Colour by Feeder.
  • Colour by Phase.
  • Circuit Switching and Selection.
  • Load Flow Analysis and Results Displays.
  • Detecting and Displaying Overloads on a Circuit.
  • Load Flow Analysis Options
  • Transformer Characteristics and Operation.
  • Regulator Transformer Setup and Operation.
  • Load Characteristics and Operation.
  • Generator Characteristics and Operation.
  • Multiple Generator Operation.
  • Capacitor Characteristics and Operation.
  • Fault Analysis and Results Displays
  • Fault Study Analysis Options.
  • Nodal Fault Analysis
  • DINIS Printer Selection.
  • DINIS Printing, Plotting and Screendumping.
  • Configuring Your DINIS System.

Prerequisites:

No experience of computing is necessary, although an understanding of the principles of Electrical Engineering is required.

 

Further Training:

The follow-up module for the product operation is the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 2 training course - it is recommended that this course is taken after a short period of 'hands on' experience of DINIS(E).

The DINIS(E) Engineering Applications Seminar covers the basic engineering principles behind the DINIS(E) product

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Course Code : D6I2

Introduction to DINIS(E) Part 2.

Course Dates and Duration:

2 days

Course Description:

The Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 2 training course is designed to give further instruction in the engineering facilities of the DINIS(E) product. It is particularly aimed at the practising Engineer.

 

Course Content:

  • Basic Load Allocation.
  • Load Allocation of Load Category Types.
  • Iterative Load Allocation.
  • Load Allocation by Peak Feeder Current.
  • Load Allocation - Bias Feature.
  • Load Allocation of Fixed Loads.
  • Load Allocation of Distributed Loads.
  • Load Allocation with Power Factor Modification.
  • Network Reduction - Select Upwards.
  • Circuit Uprating - Global Changes.
  • Simple Motor Start.
  • G74 Fault Analysis - Fault Making.
  • G74 Fault Analysis - Fault Breaking.
  • G74 Fault Analysis with Induction Motors - Fault Making.
  • G74 Fault Analysis with Induction Motors - Fault Breaking.
  • Reliability - Basic Analysis.
  • Reliability - Multiple Protection Zones.
  • Loss Comparison Analysis.
  • Loss Comparison Analysis - Reliability Option.
  • Non Linear Loads.
  • Capacitor Placement.
  • Cable Heating Effects.
  • Two Phase Optimisation.
  • Grouped Transformers.
  • Line Drop Compensation.
  • Merging Personal Files - Compare and Update.
  • DINIS(E) Printer Selection.
  • DINIS(E) Printing, Plotting and Screendumping.
  • Configuring Your DINIS(E) System.
  • Using a Digitiser with DINIS(E).
  • Output of DINIS(E) Data - CSV Format.

Prerequisites:

Attendance on the Introduction to DINIS(E) - Part 1 training course or a similar level of experience of the DINIS(E) product is required.

 

Further Training:

For the DINIS(E) User:

Additional training is available on the operation and background principles of the full range of DINIS(E) optional modules.

For the DINIS(E) System Administrator:

For the initial setting up of a DINIS(E) system the DINIS(E) System Configuration course is available.

The DINIS(E) System Administration course is available for the administration of the Sun workstation running DINIS(E).

Fujitsu Services also offer an extensive range of Sun Unix and Oracle Rdb training courses, for the full training of those users with a responsibility for the running of the Sun computer system.

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Course Code : D6DC

DINIS(E) - Data Capture.

Course Duration:

2 days

Course Description:

The DINIS(E) Data Capture training course is designed to give an introduction to the use of the DINIS(E) product. It is aimed at practising Drawing Office Staff who will have a responsibility for data capture and digitising into a DINIS(E) system.

 

Course Content:

  • Personal Data File Retrieval
  • Master Data File Retrieval
  • Personal Data File Save
  • Personal Data File Deletion
  • View Modification - Pan and Zoom
  • DINIS(E) Multiple Views.
  • DINIS View Filters.
  • Exploding Site Display.
  • DINIS(E) Data Display
  • Data Creation and Modification
  • Site Creation and Modification
  • Text Creation and Modification.
  • Data Validation.
  • Circuit Switching and Selection
  • DINIS(E) Print Output
  • DINIS(E) Screendump Output
  • DINIS(E) Plotting Output
  • DINIS(E) Plot Editing Facilities

Prerequisites:

No experience of computing, mapping or electrical engineering is required, although a familiarity with engineering and mapping terms will be beneficial.

 

Further Training:

For the DINIS(E) Engineering User:

Additional training is available on the operation and background principles of the full range of DINIS(E) optional modules.

For the DINIS(E) System Administrator:

For the initial setting up and day to day administration of a DINIS(E) system the DINIS(E) System Administration course is available.

Fujitsu Services also offer an extensive range of Sun Unix training courses, for the full training of those users with a responsibility for the running of the Sun computer system.

 

 
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