GROUNDING OF UTILITY AND INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

Acara

09 – 11 September 2015 | IDR 8.000.000 per participant di Bali
09 – 11 September 2015 | IDR 7.500.000 per participant di Bandung
09 – 11 September 2015 | IDR 7.000.000 per participant di Yogyakarta
15 – 17 September 2015 | IDR 8.000.000 per participant di Bali

Jadwal Selanjutnya …

 

 

TRAINING OUTLINES

Overview

  • Basics of grounding
  • Bonding
  • Role of grounding in lightning protection
  • Ground electrodes and factors affecting their efficiency
  • Grounding issues in outdoor substations
  • Grounding for static charges
  • Surge protection
  • Importance of grounding in mitigation of noise in sensitive circuits
  • Importance of local codes

Power Supply System Grounding

  • Types of system grounding
  • Ungrounded systems
  • Solidly grounded systems
  • Impedance grounding using neutral reactor
  • Resonant grounding using neutral reactor
  • Impedance grounding through neutral resistance
  • Classification of supply systems based on grounding
  • Point of grounding
  • Other challenges

Protective Grounding

  • Electric shock, its cause and effects
  • Direct and indirect contact
  • Touch and step potential
  • Role of protective grounding in minimizing the shock hazards
  • Equipotential bonding
  • Protective grounding conductors and installation
  • Ground fault protection
  • System classification based on system/protective grounding

Ground Electrode Systems

  • Soil resistance and factors affecting soil resistivity
  • Measurement of soil resistivity
  • Resistance of ground electrode and distribution of resistance in surrounding soil layers
  • Electrode current capacity
  • Ground electrode configurations
  • Parallel electrodes
  • Ground electrode resistance measurement
  • Chemical electrodes
  • Concrete encased electrodes and splicing methods
  • Corrosion of buried electrodes
  • Grounding system maintenance

Substation Grounding Design

  • Grounding practices
  • Basic design approach
  • Calculating the ground fault current
  • Ground potential rise in HV systems
  • Grounding design in LV and MV substations/installations
  • Grounding grid design for HV/EHV substations – a step-by-step approach
  • Introduction to 2-layer soil model
  • Transferred potential and ways of avoiding
  • Points needing special attention in substation grounding design and for GIS equipment

Static Electricity And Protection

  • What is static electricity and how is it generated?
  • Examples of static charge build up and its dangers
  • Energy of spark due to static electricity
  • Ways of controlling static build up
  • Risk assessment and preventive measures

Grounding For Lightning Protection Of Buildings And Structures

  • The physics of lightning
  • Lightning incidence in different land masses
  • Lightning strike probability
  • Lightning protection
  • Planning for protection and decision factors
  • Improved approach to lightning protection and non-conventional systems
  • Effect of lightning strikes on electrical installations

Surges And Surge Protection

  • Surges, their causes and mitigation
  • The ways by which surges couple into electrical circuits
  • Bonding of grounding systems
  • Basic principle of surge protection and commonly used surge protection devices
  • Graded surge protection
  • Selecting appropriate surge protective devices and their positioning in a system
  • Importance of correct grounding practices for sensitive equipment
  • Other ways and devices for mitigating surge problems
  • Comparative merits of different types of SPDs for sensitive equipment
  • Hybrid surge protective devices
  • Surge protection of telemetry and data communication systems

Electrical Noise And Mitigation

  • Definition of electrical noise
  • How are sensitive circuits affected?
  • Noise categories
  • Noise from power electrical equipment
  • Noise coupling into signal circuits
  • Noise mitigation measures
  • Role of proper grounding in reducing noise
  • Noise control by proper grounding of UPS derived supplies

 

INSTRUCTOR

Ir. Teguh Santosa MT and team

TIME & VENUE

  • 9-11 September 2015
  • 15-17 September 2015
  • 28-30 September 2015
  • 5-7 Oktober 2015
  • 19-21 Oktober 2015
  • 26-28 Oktober 2015
  • 2-4 November 2015
  • 9-11 November 2015
  • 24-26 November 2015
  • 8-10 Desember 2015
  • 15-17 Desember 2015
  • 21-23 Desember 2015
  • Hotel Horison Ultima-Riss | Yogyakarta

 

TRAINING FEE

  • IDR 7.000.000 per participant (Non-Residential)
  • Minimal participants : 2 persons (Yogyakarta)
  • Yogyakarta : Ibis Styles Dagen, Ibis Malioboro, Horison Ultima-Riss, Harper Mangkubumi, 101 Hotel, Grand Tjokro, Novotel, Grand Aston, Phoenix Hotel | Kuota Min. Peserta: 2 orang
  • Bali : Ibis Styles Kuta, Ibis Dewi Sri, Ibis Bali Kuta, Ibis Circle Kuta, Harris Hotel | IDR. 8.000.000 Per Peserta (Non-Residential) | Kuota Min. Peserta: 5 orang
  • Bandung : De Batara, Amaris, Golden Flower Hotel | IDR. 7.500.000 Per Peserta (Non-Residential) | Kuota Min. Peserta: 5 orang

FACILITIES

  • Training Modul
  • Stationeries
  • Certificate
  • Backpack
  • Exclusive Polo shirt
  • Flashdisk containing materials
  • Training photo
  • 2x coffee break and lunch
  • Transportation Service from airport to hotel / training venue (at least for 2 participants from the same company).

 

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