The purpose of this course is to learn how to perform protection and coordination analysis of electrical systems using ETAP software. The course covers a range of ETAP functionalities used to design and solve various protection and coordination problems in power systems.
The course will teach you the basics of single-line diagram creation with the respect to the protection and coordination analysis as well as data entry.
Wherever possible, the topics are explained with hand calculations and results are compared with ETAP software so that it becomes easier for the attendees to understand the concepts.
The purpose of the protection coordination study is to verify that the various protection devices such as relays, breakers, fuses etc in the electrical system, are coordinated correctly and are sized appropriately for the equipment that they are protecting.
- Overcurrent and Earth Fault Protection and Coordination Analysis Fundamentals
- Overcurrent and Earth Fault Protection and Coordination Analysis Example
- Automated Protection and Coordination (Star Auto-Evaluation)
- Understanding of CT Polarity
- Ring Main System Coordination Fundamental
- Ring Main System Coordination Example
- Protection and Coordination of Parallel Multiple Sources Fundamentals and Example
- Voltage Dependent Relay Coordination Fundamentals For Generator
- Voltage Dependent Relay Coordination Example For Generator
Who Is This Course For
- Beginners Who Are New To ETAP Software
- Students Preparing Their Projects/Thesis
- Graduate Electrical Engineers For Cracking The Interviews
- Professionals Working For Companies & Needs To Execute
- Project Engineers
- Electrical Technicians
- Project Managers and Operators
- Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
- Passion To Learn Power System Analysis
- No Any Special Skills and Knowledge Requirement
Downloadable course materials
After purchasing the course, students can download the following documents:
- 51V Exercise (ZIP)
- Normalized TCC Example (ZIP)
- Relay Coordination (ZIP)
- Ring Main Coordination Example (ZIP)