This course is dedicated to modelling and analysis using ETAP software and its functionalities for successful design & solving various power system practical problems. 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.
This course will help you to achieve your goals to become a true ETAP and power system expert.
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.
Topics are explained with hand calculations, and results are compared with ETAP software to make it easier for the attendees to understand the concepts.
The following topics are covered in this training:
- Fundamentals 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
- Arc Flash Analysis Fundamentals Using IEEE:1584-2002 Standard
- Arc Flash Analysis Example
- Motor Starting Analysis
- Motor Starting Analysis Examples
- Transient Stability Analysis
- Transient Stability Examples – Load addition/rejection, 3-Phase fault, Under-Frequency Load Shedding etc
- Harmonic Analysis & Example
- Ground Grid Analysis & Example