Oct 29 - 30, 2020 /
Course Code: 1042-ONL20
After participating in this course, you will be able to do the following:
- understand motor protection fundamentals
- identify potential improvements to existing motor protection systems
- know how to specify motor protection schemes for new equipment
- calculate and apply settings for various protection elements
- grasp the concepts discussed in IEEE Standard 242-2001, Recommended Practice for Protection and Coordination of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems and its relation to the motor protection approaches discussed in the applicable section of CEC-2012.
This course covers a range of topics related to electrical motor protection in industrial settings. In addition to theoretical explanations, real-world examples of motor protection schemes are presented to give attendees knowledge that can be put into practice immediately.
To provide participants with a solid understanding of motor protection application concepts. Participants will leave the course with the tools and knowledge necessary to address motor protection projects in their own work environments.
Who Should Attend
- Electrical engineers
- design engineers
- protection engineers
- maintenance personnel
- technologists including electricians
- anyone responsible for the design, construction, installation, inspection, operation and maintenance of motor protection elements at facilities of any size
This course is held online over 2 days on the following schedule (All times in Eastern Time Zone):
8:00 am to 4:00 pm Eastern (Will include the usual breaks) *********************************************************************************
- Welcome, Introduction, Course Preview, Learning Outcomes and Assessment Method
- Faults in Power Systems and fault levels
- Introduction to Instrument Transformers, i.e., Current Transformers and Voltage Transformers
- Motor Protection Fundamentals
- Relay Protection Elements Overview
- Motor Protection Overview: Undervoltage, Overcurrent Elements, Overload (Phase Overcurrent)
- Differential Protection
- Practical Exercise
- Thermal Model Elements
- Jogging Block, Load-Jam, and Load-Loss Elements and Settings
- Current Unbalance (46), Phase Reversal, Speed Switch, and Breaker Failure Elements
- RTD-Based Protection
- Other Protection Elements
- Testing examples of a relay
- Relay Examples in the Market: GE 369, 469, SEL 710, 710-5
- Questions and Answers – Feedback to Participants on Achievement of Learning Outcomes
Concluding Remarks and Final Adjournment
InstructorEduard Loiczli, P.Eng.
Eduard is a Senior Electrical Engineer with over 30 years’ experience in motors and drives. His most outstanding contributions are related to the development of a High Speed Magnetic Levitation System; Vector Control System for Streetcars and Subways; and Medium Voltage 4.16Kv Drive for up to 4.5MW Induction Motor.
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Fee & Credits
$1295 + taxes
- 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
- 14 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
- ECAA Annual Professional Development Points
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