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Analytical Troubleshooting Complex Electrical Systems

35 Professional Development Hours

After participating in this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the functions of the major electrical equipment
  • Understand and setup a typical troubleshooting Plan for a complex installation
  • Perform root cause investigation of an fault event in a an electrical complex system
  • Write Corrective Action Plan to fix an Electrical System after a fault
  • Coordinate the troubleshooting activity of an electrical system after fault
  • Understand the importance of maintenance and testing of the electrical equipment

This course will demonstrate the most efficient systematic approach to troubleshooting complex electrical systems. Medium Voltage Substation examples, Backup Generators Excitation Systems; Large VFD and Motors; UPS Systems and Battery Banks are considered.

Course Outline:

  • Introduction to Troubleshooting
  • Example of inductive and deductive process for fault identification
  • Major equipment in electrical systems
  • Role of predictive and preventive maintenance, and examples
  • Systematic approach to troubleshooting example for a dry Power Transformer
  • Corrective action plans, with example for an oil cooled substation transformer failure
  • Root cause investigation of a backup generator failure
  • Systematic approach to a technical problem, example of a circuit breaker failure
  • Troubleshooting plan following pre-established procedure for the medium voltage induction motor failures
  • Hands on example of retrieving the fault type and location from a GE protection relay

Who Should Attend:
Electrical Engineers and Technologist • Maintenance electricians •  Qualified Electricians Lineman•  Qualified Testing Personnel • Substation Supervisors • Project Managers

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  • Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
  • Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

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