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May 30, 2018

Hamilton

English
Due to popular demand, registration is now full for May 30th. We have added May 31st as an alternate day.

Canadian Transformer Diagnostic Workshop

May 30, 2018

Hamilton

English

OMICRON’s transformer training course is designed to provide the essential information needed to test and “assess” the condition of your power transformer assets. Participants will learn power transformer theory, test methods, and data analysis strategies, which includes the most up to date techniques and practices that can be applied to power transformers. All subjects presented are adequate for all levels of expertise, and all examples are derived directly from field experiences. This is a comprehensive one-day training course.

Learning objectives

  • Understand the most widely used transformer diagnostic tests
  • Learn the common types of transformer failure modes
  • Learn proper test set up and proper test procedure for performing transformer measurements
  • Understand how to interpret and assess the transformer test results

Agenda

8:00 AM Welcome, agenda overview
Morning sessionAfternoon session
8:15 AM Introduction to power transformers1:00 PM Hands-on transformer testing part I
9:00 AM Introduction to transformer testing part I2:15 PM Coffee break
10:00 AM Coffee Break2:30 PM Hands-on transformer testing part II
10:15 AM Introduction to transformer testing part II3:30 PM Wrap-up and Q&A
12:00 PM Lunch break4:00 PM Adjourn

 

Topics covered

Power transformers: 
Transformer types (2-winding, 3-winding, autos), winding configurations (delta, wye, auto, zig-zag), bushings, surge arresters, insulating material, fluid types, nameplates, tap changers (OLTC, DETC), and failure modes

Transformer testing part I and II: 
Power factor and capacitance, bushing power factor (C1, C2, and hot collar), variable frequency power factor, power factor tip-up test, exciting current, Transformer Turns-Ratio (TTR), leakage reactance, DC winding resistance, and core demagnetization

Analysis and interpretation of results: 
Interpretation strategies, limits and trending, assessment according to industry standards, and failure modes

More Information

Location 
117 Market Street, Hamilton, Ontario

Registration fee
$195.00 CAD (plus 13% HST tax)
The registration fee includes lunch, course material, and Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Hotel suggestions

All hotels are an easy walk to the sub station.


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Save your seat by clicking on the button below and completing the online registration by May 15, 2018.
It will be a pleasure for us to welcome you to the event!

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