Lightning Protection and Transient Overvoltage

5th Road,Mumbai,Mahārāshtra,India
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Lightning Protection and Transient Overvoltage

Start date: 2018-02-27 08:30:00

5th Road,Mumbai,Mahārāshtra

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Created on: 2018-02-13 11:52:23 by:evdb

Lightning Protection and Transient Overvoltage by Abhay Chitre 27-28 February 2018 | Mumbai, India Overview  Great emphasis is placed on assisting attendees with an understanding of the key principles and concepts regarding lightning protection of power systems. The effects of routing, structure type, insulation, shielding, and grounding on transmission lines will be discussed. The course will also provide design information for the methods historically and typically applied by substation designers to reduce direct lightning strokes to equipment and busy work within substations. Identification and discussion of design procedures to provide protection of outdoor substations and transmission lines from standards will be presented.  Learning Objectives  After participating in this course, you will be able to:  • Gain familiarity with the management and design of lightning protection for transmission and distribution lines, high voltage power substations, and industrial applications.  • Select an efficient lightning protection design system in order to avoid the main cause of transmission and distribution line outages affecting reliability of power supply and economic losses.  • Provide cost-effective solutions to reduce lightning overvoltage in power systems.  • Apply the principles of lightning protection to other industries, such as oil and gas, chemical, industrial, renewable energy, and nuclear and  • Understand the key principles and concepts regarding lightning protection and transient overvoltage.  Who should attend?  • Design Engineers  • Design Technicians  • Engineers in Training  • Construction personnel  • Power Engineers  • Consulting Engineers  • Project Engineers  • Electrical and Mechanical Engineers  • Project Managers  • Plant Managers  • Operating and Maintenance personnel  • Commissioning and Testing Engineers  • Electrical Contractors Training Methodology   The course is based on a balanced combination of classroom teaching and syndicate exercises supported by case studies and exercises within the industrial environment. This course is designed in with leading industry knowledge and practical case studies discussion and analysis to provide an interactive learning environment. Course Outline  • Lightning Stroke Phenomena • Empirical Design Methods • The Electro geometric Model (EGM) • Lightning Protection of Substations • Lightning Protection of Transmission Lines • Lightning Protection Risk Assessment • Lightning Protection of Industrial Applications • Fundamentals of Grounding for Lightning Protection • Sample Calculation – Application Design Procedure • Transient Overvoltage • Tankages – Lighting and Overvoltage     About the Trainer   Mr. Abhay Chitre – Education, B.E. (ELECTRICAL) HONS. GOLD MEDALIST IN SAGAR UNIVERSITY, 1969 Professional Experience Over 40 Years  The mentor has worked with Maharashtra state electricity board (MSEB) for 20 years in various capacities from junior engineer to Dy. Chief engineer in various depts., handling Engineering, Testing and Commissioning of power plant construction (120,210 and 500 mw units). The professional experience gained in MSEB includes Design and Engineering of electrical auxiliary power distribution system for thermal power plants of 120 mw to 500 mw capacity (coal based & gas turbine based) 220 and 400 kv switchyards, grid synchronizing, SCADA systems, installation testing and commissioning of Electricals for power plants and inspection at vendors works in India and in many countries abroad.  He has also worked with a German engineering consultant and EPC Company, for 15 years as General Manager (Electrical). He was the Head of Electrical Department for 13 years and was involved in many national and international projects in design, engineering and projects. The experience in includes Design and Engineering of Electrical power distribution systems for large size Petrochemical plants, Chemical plants, Refineries, Fertilizer plants and Captive power plants. Site experience includes supervision of erection, testing and commissioning of the above plants. While in MSEB, worked as member of Indian Standards Committees (ETDC 57 & ETDC 58) covering all electrical equipments and actively participated in formulating/amending Indian standards for electrical equipments.   Disclaimer, Terms & Conditions: • Location is subject to change  • Minimum number of participants has to be reached prior to confirmation of event • Please note that trainers and topics were confirmed at time of publishing, however, CTS may necessitate substitution, alterations or cancellations. CTS reserves the right to change or cancel any part of its published programmed due to unforeseen circumstances. • Registrations should be made 4-8 weeks prior to training date  • Full payment for the course should be made 3-4 weeks prior to training date • Cancellation 3 weeks prior to event date or no shows are liable to pay the full course with no refund, however you may substitute delegates at any time with notice • Participants are required to attend at least 80% of the course program prior receipt of Certificate • Rates are exclusive of taxes unless otherwise indicated in the invoice • Receipt of this email to participate and/or register in any of the learning activities organized by CTS should not in any way be taken as a promise for employment or contract of employment of any kind. • Force Majeure: Should for any reason outside the control of CTS, the trainer changes his dates or event cancels due to the act of terrorism, extreme weather conditions, industrial action or epidemic, CTS shall reserve the rights to replace the trainer or reschedule the event but the client hereby indemnifies and holds CTS harmless from and against any and all costs, damages and expenses, which are incurred by the client. For Payments: Singapore Dollar Account Details   Beneficiary Name: Customized Training Solutions Pte. Ltd Beneficiary Bank Account No: 003-940925-7  Bank Name: DBS Bank Address:  DBS Bank Ltd.                            12 Marina Boulevard, DBS Asia Central                            Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3, Singapore 018982 Bank Code:  7171 Branch Code: 003 Swift Address: DBSSSGSG   For more information, registration or any inquiries, kindly contact us at:  Customized Training Solutions Pte. Ltd. Registration No. 201621001H Email: Tel. #: +65- 6524 4973 Fax #: +65- 6226-1209 MORE INFORMATION  

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