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Engineering : ETAP Power System Analysis For Electrical Engineers

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Summary

Price
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£10 inc VAT (was £50)
Offer ends 31 December 2022
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
5 hours
Access to content
Lifetime access
Qualification
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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Overview

Course Curriculum

Introduction of ETAP Course

Creating a New Project in ETAP

ETAP Software Overview

How To Create Single Line Diagram in ETAP

Load Flow Analysis

Equipment Sizing

Short Circuit Analysis

Protection & Coordination Analysis

Description

Description
"Want To Become Expert In ETAP Software and Power System?" This course will help you to achieve your goals to become ETAP and Power System Expert.

Welcome to the course "ETAP Power System Analysis For Electrical Engineers"

ETAP is an analytical engineering software which is helpful for an electrical engineer to simulate and analyze the steady state and dynamic power system. It is used by various sectors such as Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Industrial, Transportation and Low voltage.

The purpose of this course is to learn power system modeling & analysis using ETAP software which will cover a range of ETAP functionalities used to design & solve various power system practical problems.

The course will begin with the software overview, basics of one-line diagram creation, data entry, and quickly expands the users’ knowledge to include methods to automatically perform multiple ‘what if’ studies using multiple scenarios. Wherever possible, the topics are explained with hand calculations and results are compared with ETAP software so that it becomes more easier to the attendees to understand the concepts.

(General Important Information)

There are two type of courses:

Type-1: With the realistic input data required for power system analysis and correct interpretation of the results generated by the software.

Type-2: Without the realistic input data required for power system analysis and random interpretation of the results generated by the software. Such courses may show the software operation which can generate any unrealistic results based on input data.

In this course, the results are supported with hand calculations which gives clear understanding of the subject to the attendees.

Basic knowledge
Fundamental of Electrical Engineering

What will you learn
Basic and Advanced Concepts of Power System Analysis
Design and Simulate Electrical Power System Using ETAP 19.5 Software
Creating New Project in ETAP
Understanding ETAP Software Overview & Toolbars
Create Single Line Diagram in ETAP With Conventional Modelling Method & Auto-Build (Time Saving)
Load Flow Analysis - Theory, Comparison of Hand Calculations and ETAP Results
Load Flow Analysis Example
Cable Sizing Analysis
Transformer MVA Sizing
Generator Load Sharing
Transformer X/R Ratio Calculation
Short Circuit Analysis - Theory, Comparison of Hand Calculations and ETAP Results
Short Circuit Analysis - Vendor Type Testing of Medium and Low Voltage Circuit Breaker (IEC Standard)
Short Circuit Analysis Example
Protection Coordination (Relay Coordination) Analysis - Theory
Protection Coordination Analysis Example
Protection Coordination Analysis - Auto Star Evaluation

Who is this course for?

Who this course is for:
Graduate Engineers
Researchers and Teachers
Post Graduate & Under Graduate Students
Industrial Engineers

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