PROTECTIVE RELAY & POWER PLANT MANAGEMENT
Wisma MM UGM, Yogyakarta | July 25th – 28th 2011 ( 4 days training ) | IDR 5.500.000 / participant
Power Plant Management should start from the planning of a Power Plant. This planning includes the type of Power Plant which considers the availability of the resources and the capacity of each unit which consider the existing load profile as well as future load profile.
The wrong design in choosing the capacity of each unit will cause a high operating and maintenance cost. The rule of thumbs is the capacity of each unit should be at the same rating. Moreover, IPP should consider a spinning reserve and contingency plan during the maintenance. In general, the rating of spinning reserve unit of the system will be the highest rating of the engine. The wide variants in the rating of each engine will cause a difficult arrangement for the Power Plant Engineer in the scheduling of Units for the operation as well as the maintenance.
Reliable electricity means the supply of power is uninterrupted and the fluctuations of voltage and frequency are under the accepted range. Particularly, in the industrial estates, some factories requires zero breakdown, even a less than a minute of power dip is not acceptable as it will interrupt the processing in a manufacture which cause the process to restart again from the beginning, while, the interrupted process will be redundant.
Also, this training course presents a comprehensive and systematic description of the concepts and principles of operation and application of protection schemes for various power system elements. Our Protective Relay Training course begins with an overview of power system faults, short circuit calculations, components of power system protection schemes, as well as a full session on microprocessor-based protective relays and their application.
- Identify the Effects of Current Transformers (CTs) on Power Systems Protection.
- Recognize Protective Relay Coordination Related Disturbances and Outages.
- Collect the Required Data to Perform a Detailed Coordination Study.
- Derive Complete Protective Relay Device Settings to Protect the Electrical Power Systems Equipment.
- Demonstrate a basic appreciation and understanding of the power plant process and of unit cycle principles
- Identify the particular hazards and the appropriate precautions associated with the plant and process systems
- Identify and discuss effective communication techniques
- Examine instrumentation and control features including permissive conditions, interlocks, alarm and trip conditions
- Determine requirements for the competent, safe and reliable operation of plant
- Examine plant efficiencies and controllable losses
- Identify abnormal plant and process conditions and the associated incident response mechanisms
Who Should Attend
Managers involved with energy management, Electrical engineers and Technical Staff who have to deal with the aspect of electrical and industrial power system protection, control and operation.
Presentation, Discussion, Simulation, Case Study, and Evaluation
DR. Suharyanto, M.Eng.
Duration: 4 days training
- July 25th – 28th 2011 ( 4 days training )
- Wisma MM UGM, Jl. Kolombo no.1 Yogyakarta
- IDR 7.500.000,- / participant
- Special rate IDR 7.000.000,- / participant for minimum 2 participants from the same company.