This course introduces the student to the basic concepts of fault studies on a high voltage three-phase system. With the help of a quick review of “Per Phase” and “Per Unit” methodologies system faults are analyzed with the use of symmetrical components. System modeling is then used in order to aid in the process, with the ability to move between asymmetrical and symmetrical systems.
At the end of this course, the student will understand the basic concepts of fault studies on a high voltage three-phase system. The student will understand the methodologies of system faults and be able to analyze faults using symmetrical components.
System modeling is then used to aid in the process, with the ability to move between asymmetrical and symmetrical systems.
- Short Circuit and Fault Analysis Overview
- Per Phase Analysis
- Per Unit Analysis
- Change of Base
- Transformers and Per Unit Analysis
- Symmetrical Components
- Asymmetrical Three Phase Fault Analysis
- System Modeling
- The Final Exam With 24 Questions
Who Is This Course For
The targeted audience is Electrical Engineers, Technologists, Managers, Maintenance Personnel working in the electrical power protection industry.
The student should have an understanding of the laws and theorems related to three-phase electrical power systems, Per Unit Values, and Symmetrical Components.
Downloadable course materials
After purchasing the course, students can download the following documents:
- MV Feeder Short-circuit Protection (PDF)
- Practical guidance to the calculation of prospective short-circuit currents on T-D systems (PDF)
- Transformer Short-Circuit Current Calculation and Reinforcement Solutions (PDF)
- Short-circuit calculations of the electric power system in a nuclear power plant (PDF)
- Short circuit current calculation at various points of electrical circuits (Isc) (XLS)
- A really simple approach to short circuit calculations for electrical engineers (PDF)
- Calculation and prevention of short circuit currents in high voltage grids (PDF)
- Symmetrical component study of earth faults in power transformers in parallel (PDF)
- Symmetrical components theoretical and real-world examples for relay engineers (PDF)
- Modeling and analysis of external balanced and unbalanced faults (symmetrical components) (PDF)