April 15 - 18, 2024
(10:00 - 15:00 UTC -05:00)
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United States (Houston)
Webinar (Online)
English
oCprs17en
CMC Family

Generator Protection Application and Testing Virtual Class

April 15 - 18, 2024
(10:00 - 15:00 UTC -05:00)
Show in different timezone
United States (Houston)
Webinar (Online)
English
oCprs17en
CMC Family

Summary

Get a thorough introduction to generator protection in a combination of theoretical and hands-on sessions. Get familiar with generator protection relays from different manufacturers. Learn how to efficiently test generator protection relays.

Objectives

  • Become familiar with synchronous generator types used by utilities and industry
  • Understand the key principals of generator protection
  • Use Test Universe to effectively commission or test modern generator protective relays
  • Learn to avoid common testing and maintenance pitfalls
  • Become familiar with generator protection event record analysis
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Content

  • Generator Introduction
  • Generator grounding and protection connections
  • Stator ground fault protection schemes
  • Stator phase fault protection schemes
  • Abnormal operating conditions
  • System Backup Protection
  • Interpretation of generator oscillography examples
  •  

Duration

10:00 a.m. CST (4 days), UTC-5

Schedule

The webinar will start at 10am - Houston, TX, USA time each day.

To view topic details and timing about the online class sessions, please look at the event page:

https://events.omicronenergy.com/generatorprotection/

Information

Participant Certificates will be provided only to those who register AND attend.
NETA Credits can be earned with this webinar.
IACET Credit can be earned by passing the quiz after the course.

Please have everyone register individually if they want to receive the recordings or certificates.

You will receive a personal email with all course information such as agenda and route directions shortly before the training course.

The training course covers the following 6 topics plus hands-on testing:

  • Introduction and Basic Concepts
  • Protection connections
  • Stator Ground Fault Protection
  • Stator phase fault protection schemes
  • Abnormal Operating Conditions
  • System Backup Protection
  • Laboratory Testing
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Introduction and Basic Concepts

  • Fundamental concepts
  • Generator types
  • Basics of generator control
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Protection connections

  • Generator Grounding
  • Open delta and wye potential transformer connections
  • CT polarity conventions
  • Efficient test connections
  • Metering checks
  •  

Stator Ground Fault Protection

  • Ground fault protection for direct and low impedance grounded machines
  • Ground fault protection for high impedance grounded machines 
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Stator phase fault protection schemes

  • Generator phase differential
  • Split phase differential
  • Overcurrent protection
  •  

Abnormal Operating Conditions

  • Phase over/under voltage
  • Reverse power
  • Loss of field
  • Negative sequence overcurrent protection
  • Over current protection
  • Potential fuse loss
  • Out of step
  • Over/under frequency protection 
  •  

 System Backup Protection

  • Phase Distance
  • Phase overcurrent
  • Neutral overcurrent
  •  

 Laboratory Testing

  • Beckwith M-3425A
  • SEL 300G
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Audience

Technical staff from electric utilities or companies involved in commissioning or maintenance of generator relays.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of protection testing 

Solutions

Test Universe Software 
CMC-Family

USD 990
per person, excludes tax
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„All topics were very interesting and very well presented by the instructor.“

Student's feedback

Benefit from an efficient mix of live presentations of the device, logically arranged theory content and practical measurements.

Efficient training methods

You will receive comprehensive manuals for later reference. 

Professional training material

Our experienced trainer takes your specific questions into account during the training. Every participant has the possibility to discuss questions with the group members and the trainer.

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