Managing Power Quality in Electrical Distribution Systems
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
• Understand the electrical power quality issues
• Apply the mitigation solutions in your distribution systems
• Be aware of the effects of poor power quality on the electrical equipment
• Broaden your knowledge of design concepts and applications of power quality solutionsÂ
• Review the electrical parameters and their impact on operation of electrical systems
• Enhance your knowledge of power quality requirements
• Gain more insight into the fundamentals of energy use optimization in electrical design
• Upgrade your electrical system to improve energy efficiency and avoid power quality problems
• Review transformer, substation, distribution systems, motor and other equipment applications
This course, focused on power quality concepts, revisits low and high voltage electrical circuits, equipment, systems and loads used in industrial and commercial facilities, and provides an understanding of the power quality issues in power distribution systems. You gain practical understanding what Power quality is, what causes the issues, what is the effect and how to fix them.
After the course participants will be able to apply the concepts in their work situations. They will be able to review the electrical systems and determine what mitigation solutions need to be applied. They will be able to review the substation, distribution systems, motor and other equipment electrical design procedures and their impact on operation of electrical systems.
- Review of basic electrical concepts
- System design philosophy
- Power factor correction
- Elimination of voltage unbalance
- Harmonics and resonances
- Standards, recommended practices, guides
- Power quality measurements
- Active conditioning
- Predictive maintenance
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for electrical engineers with limited design experience, technologists, technicians involved in electrical systems in industrial applications and commercial and institutional buildings and facilities. It will benefit plant, project, and facility engineers, electrical contractors, as well as sales engineers involved with electrical equipment and systems. No electrical design experience is required. All topics begin at the fundamentals level and bring you to the present state-of-the-art.
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Almost all of EPIC's seminars and webinars offer :
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and
- Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
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