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Seminar or Course Number 051 - Power Quality Management: Power Quality Identification, Analysis and Remedy, Seminar or Course, Leading to Diploma – Postgraduate – in Power Quality Management, Double-Credit, 60 Credit-Hours, accumulating to a .Postgraduate Certificate, with 120 additional Credit-Hours, and a Postgraduate Diploma, with 300 additional Credit-Hours.  Course contents include: AC Waveform and Circuitry; Waveform Characteristics; Waveform Period (T); Waveform Frequency, (ƒ); Waveform Amplitude (A). Periodic Waveforms: Sine Waves; Square waves; Complex Waves; Square Waves; Triangular Waves; Waveforms in AC and DC Currents; AC Current and the Sinusoid or Sinusoidal Waveform; Using Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser; Preliminaries of Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser; Safety Issues for Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser; Menu of Fluke 434/435; Using Events Tables; Screen Display; Display Contrast; Screen Types; Input Connections; Meter screen; Phase Colours; Bar Graph Screen; Meter Screen; Adjusting the Contrast; General Operations and Menu’Navigation; General Operations of Fluke 434/435; Navigating the Fluke 434/435; ‘Tilt Stand’ and Hand Strap of Fluke 434/435; Powering on and off the Fluke 434/435 Analyser; Adjusting the Display of the Fluke 434/435 Analyser; Adjusting the Brightness of the Fluke 434/435 Analyser; Keyboard Lock for Fluke 434/435 Analyser; Resetting Fluke 434/435 Analyser to Factory; Common Screen Information; Input Information; Mains Signalling; Events Table; Trend Screen; Special Notes; Specific Issues; Logger; Start Menu; Trend Screen; Meter Screen; Events Power Quality Monitoring; Power Quality Main Screen; Events Table; Trend Display; Bar Graph Screen; Cursor and Zoom; Cursor on Waveform Displays; Cursor on Trend Display; From Events Table to Trend Display with Cursor On; Cursor on Bar-graph Displays; Setting up the Analyser; General Settings; Function Preferences; User Preferences; Limits Adjustments; Using Memory, Printer, and PC; Using Memory; Using a Printer and PC; Device Maintenance and General Advice; Cleaning the Analyzer and its Accessories; Storing the Analyzer; Keeping the Battery in Good Condition; Installation of Options in Fluke 434 and 435; Parts and Accessories; Troubleshooting; Electrical Measurements.

 

Seminar or Course Number 051 - Power Quality Management: Power Quality Identification, Analysis and Remedy, Seminar or Course, Leading to Diploma – Postgraduate – in Power Quality Management (Double-Credit), Accumulating to a Postgraduate Diploma. Click to view and, or, download the PDF Brochure for this Course.

Course Co-ordinator:

Prof. Dr. R. B. Crawford is Course Coordinator. He is the Director of HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute, A Postgraduate-Only Institution. He has the following Qualifications and Affiliations:

Doctor of Philosophy {(PhD) {University College London (UCL) - University of London)};

MEd Management (University of Bath);

Postgraduate (Advanced) Diploma Science Teacher Ed. (University of Bristol);

Postgraduate Certificate in Information Systems (University of West London, formerly Thames Valley University);

Diploma in Doctoral Research Supervision, (University of Wolverhampton);

Teaching Certificate;

Fellow of the Institute of Management Specialists;

Human Resources Specialist, of the Institute of Management Specialists;

Member of the Asian Academy of Management (MAAM);

Member of the International Society of Gesture Studies (MISGS);

Member of the Standing Council for Organisational Symbolism (MSCOS);

Member of ResearchGate;

Executive Member of Academy of Management (AOM). There, his contribution incorporates the judging of competitions, review of journal articles, and guiding the development of conference papers. He also contributes to the Disciplines of:

Human Resources;

Organization and Management Theory;

Organization Development and Change;

Research Methods;

Conflict Management;

Organizational Behavior;

Management Consulting;

Gender & Diversity in Organizations; and

Critical Management Studies.

Professor Dr. Crawford has been an Academic in the following UK Universities:

University of London (Royal Holloway), as Research Tutor;

University of Greenwich (Business School), as Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management;

University of Wolverhampton, (Wolverhampton Business School), as Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor), in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management;

London Southbank University (Business School), as Lecturer and Unit Leader.

His responsibilities in these roles included:

Doctoral Research Supervisor;

Admissions Tutor;

Postgraduate and Undergraduate Dissertation Supervisor;

Programme Leader;

Personal Tutor.

 

For Whom This Course is Designed

This Course is Designed For:

  • Electric Power Monitoring Officers;

  • Electrical grid Inspectors;

  • Electricity Distribution Specialists;

  • Electricity Generation Directors,

  • Electricity Grid Specialists;

  • Electronic Engineers;

  • Energy Advisers;

  • Energy Engineers;

  • Energy Monitoring Agents;

  • Energy Regulatory Officials;

  • Equipment Testing Officers;

  • Facilities Manager;

  • Factory Superintendents;

  • Health and Safety Officers;

  • Inspection and Repair Technician;

  • Installation and Testing Engineer;

  • Mechanical Engineers;

  • Power Distribution Agents;

  • Power Engineers;

  • Power Generation Professionals;

  • Power Management Specialists;

  • Power Quality Analysts;

  • Power Quality Engineers;

  • Power Supply Technician;

  • Process Engineers;

  • QC Supervisor;

  • Quality Assurance Engineer;

  • Quality Assurance Tester;

  • Technical Support Analyst;

  • All others desirous of gaining a heightened understanding of Power Quality, its problems, causes, consequences and remedy.

 

Duration: 10 Days

 Cost: £10,000.00 Per Delegate                       

 

The course cost does not include living accommodation. However, delegates are treated with the following:

  •  Free Continuous snacks throughout the Event Days;  

  •  Free Hot Lunch on Event Days;                           

  •  Free City Tour;             

  •  Free Stationery;                               

  •  Free On-site Internet Access;

  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s   Diploma – Postgraduate; or

  • Certificate of Attendance and Participation – if unsuccessful on resit.

 

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s Complimentary Products include:

  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s Leather Conference Folder;

  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s Leather Conference Ring Binder/ Writing Pad;

  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s Key Ring/ Chain;

  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s Leather Conference (Computer – Phone) Bag – Black or Brown;

  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s 8GB USB Flash Memory Drive, with Course/ Programme Material;

  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s Metal Pen;

  • HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute’s Polo Shirt.

Location:  Central London and International Locations

Daily Schedule: 9:30 to 4:30 pm.

 

Seminar or Course Number 051 - Power Quality Management: Power Quality Identification, Analysis and Remedy, Seminar or Course, Leading to Diploma – Postgraduate – in Power Quality Management (Double-Credit), Accumulating to a Postgraduate Diploma. Click to view and, or, download the PDF Brochure for this Course.

 

Course Objectives

 

By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:

  • Address Equipment Failure associated with Voltage Sags;

  • Adjust the Brightness of the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Adjust the Contrast in the screen of the Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser;

  • Adjust the Display of the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Categorise Distorted Voltage Events

  • Clean the Fluke 434/435 Analyser and its Accessories;

  • Define Waveform, providing clear examples of that concept;

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the Main Menu of Fluke 434/435;

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the Trend Screen Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Demonstrate the use of a Fault Current Limiter (FCL) 

  • Demonstrate the use of Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser, determining particular aspects of Power Quality;

  • Demonstrate their ability to use Cursor on the Waveform Displays on the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Demonstrate their ability to use Events Tables in Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser;

  • Demonstrate their familiarity with the General Operations of Fluke 434/435; 

  • Demonstrate their understanding of the Events Table in the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Detect and address Power Quality and Voltage Sag Indices in Electrical Power Systems; 

  • Determine Multi-Phase Voltage Sags;

  • Determining Equipment Affected by Voltage sags;

  • Differentiate Limited Period Voltage Sags from Extended Period Voltage Sags;

  • Display their familiarity with General Electrical Safety and Equipment Inspection;

  • Effectively address Power Quality Deviations in   Electrical Generation and Distribution Systems;

  • Enumerate the Effects of Voltage Sags;

  • Exhibit their heightened knowledge of Voltage Sags or Dips, their Occurrence and Remedy;

  • Explain the root-cause of Voltage Sags in Industrial Plants or Industrial Complexes;

  • Explain the unfriendly nature of Construction Activities and the extent to which they contribute to Voltage Sags;

  • Identification of Equipment Contributing to Voltage sag;

  • Identify Voltage Sag Problems;

  • Identify, measuring and addressing Power Distribution Deviations;

  • Identifying Voltage sags;

  • Illustrate the means of detecting and addressing Harmonic content in the waveforms for AC power;

  • Indicate the Impact of Thunderstorms and lightning strikes on Voltage Sags;

  • Indicate their understanding of Utility Systems Voltage Sags;

  • Input Information in the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Install at least two options in the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • List at least three Periodic Waves;

  • Means of Addressing Overall Problems Associated with Voltage Sags.

  • Means of Protection Against Voltage Sags.   

  • Measure Harmonics;

  • Measuring Flickers, using the Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser;

  • Measuring Unbalance, using the Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser;

  • Name at least ten Parts and Accessories of the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Name at least two waveform characteristics;

  • Name the Extended Voltage Variations:

  • Name the Instanteneous Voltage Variations

  • Navigate from Events Table to Trend Display with Cursor on, on the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Navigate the Fluke 434/435;

  • Outline the occurrence of Distribution Voltage sags;

  • Phase 3 Voltage sags: Causes and Remedies;

  • Phase to Phase Voltage Sags: causes and Remedies

  • Pinpoint Transmission Voltage Sags and their associated problems;

  • Point out the most important Safety Issues in Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser;

  • Power the Fluke 434/435 Analyser on and off;

  • Propose solutions to Transformer Associated Voltage Sags;

  • Provide an explanation of the relationship between the Waveforms in AC and DC Currents;

  • Provide insights into Voltage Sag Compensation of Point of Common Coupling (PCC)

  • Relate, with confidence, the Effect of Pollution Salt Spray Build-up on Power Line Insulators on Voltage Sags.

  • Release the Keyboard Lock on the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Reset Fluke 434/435 Analyser to Factory Default;

  • Resolve Voltage Sag Issue;

  • Show their familiarity with the Investigative Measuring Modes of Fluke 434/435;

  • Single Phase Voltage Sags: Causes and Remedies;

  • Suggest the effect of vehicle collision, on Utility Power Lines and their Resultant Voltage Sags,

  • Suggest the ways that the Battery of the Fluke 434/435 Analyser; can be kept in Good Condition;

  • Switch between the Meter Screen and Bar Graph Screens in Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser;

  • Switch to the Power Quality Main Screen on the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • The Effect of Large Industrial Electrical Equipment Usage on Power Supply, Resulting in Voltage Sags;

  • Use and Operation of Reclosers and Circuit Breakers;

  • Use the ‘Tilt Stand’ and Hand Strap of Fluke 434/435;

  • Use the Events Table in Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Use the Fluke 434/435 Analyser for a variety of Electrical Measurements.

  • Use the Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser to Measure Power and Energy;

  • Use the General Settings on the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Vividly describe the ways in which animals can Affect Power Lines and Transformers, resulting in Voltage Sags.

 

Seminar or Course Number 051 - Power Quality Management: Power Quality Identification, Analysis and Remedy, Seminar or Course, Leading to Diploma – Postgraduate – in Power Quality Management (Double-Credit), Accumulating to a Postgraduate Diploma. Click to view and, or, download the PDF Brochure for this Course.

 

Course Content

 

Part 1: AC Waveform and Circuitry

  • Waveform: A Definition;

  • Waveform Characteristics:

  • Waveform Period (T);

  • Waveform Frequency, (ƒ);

  • Waveform Amplitude (A).

  • Periodic Waveforms:

  • Sine Waves;

  • Square waves;

  • Complex Waves;

  • Square Waves;

  • Triangular Waves.

  • Waveforms in AC and DC Currents;

  • AC Current and the Sinusoid or Sinusoidal Waveform.

 

Part 2: Using Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser (1)

 

Preliminaries of Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser

  • Safety Issues for Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser;

  • Menu of Fluke 434/435;

  • Using Events Tables;

 

Screen Display

  • Display Contrast;

  • Screen Types;

  • Input Connections;

  • Meter screen;

  • Phase Colours;

  • Bar Graph Screen;

  • Meter Screen;

  • Adjusting the Contrast.

 

General Operations and Menu Navigation

  • General Operations of Fluke 434/435; 

  • Navigating the Fluke 434/435;

  • ‘Tilt Stand’ and Hand Strap of Fluke 434/435;

  • Powering on and off the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Adjusting the Display of the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Adjusting the Brightness of the Fluke 434/435 Analyser;

  • Keyboard Lock for Fluke 434/435 Analyser

  • Resetting Fluke 434/435 Analyser to Factory;

  • Common Screen Information;

  • Input Information.

 

Part 3: Using Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser (2)

 

Mains Signalling

  • Events Table;

  • Trend Screen;

  • Special Notes;

  • Specific Issues.

 

Logger

  • Start Menu;

  • Trend Screen;

  • Meter Screen;

  • Events

 

Power Quality Monitoring

  • Power Quality Main Screen;

  • Events Table;

  • Trend Display;

  • Bar Graph Screen.

 

Cursor and Zoom

  • Cursor on Waveform Displays;

  • Cursor on Trend Display;

  • From Events Table to Trend Display with Cursor On;

  • Cursor on Bar-graph Displays.

 

Setting up the Analyser

  • General Settings;

  • Function Preferences;

  • User Preferences;

  • Limits Adjustments.

 

Using Memory, Printer, and PC

  • Using Memory,

  • Using a Printer and PC

 

Device Maintenance and General Advice

  • Cleaning the Analyzer and its Accessories;

  • Storing the Analyzer;

  • Keeping the Battery in Good Condition;

  • Installation of Options in Fluke 434 and 435

  • Parts and Accessories;

  • Troubleshooting;

  • Electrical Measurements.

 

 

Part 4: Using Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser (3)

 

General Measurement Features of Fluke 434/435:

  • General Measurements;

  • Measuring Modes to Investigate Details;

  • Investigative Measuring Modes of Fluke 434/435;

 

Scope Waveform and Phasor

  • Scope Waveform;

  • Scope Phasor;

  • Relevant Developmental Issues;

 

Measuring Volts/Amps/Hertz

  • Meter Screen;

  • Relevant Developmental Issues;

  • Trend Screen;

  • Model-Specific Issues.

 

Measuring Dips & Swells

  • Trend Screen;

  • Events Table;

  • Developments relevant to specific model.

 

Part 5: Voltage Sags or Dips: Their Occurrence and Remedy (1)

 

  • What is a Voltage Sag?

  • Occurrence of Voltage Sags;

  • Voltage Sag Problem Identification;

  • Causes of Voltage Sags;

  • Phase and Multi-phase Voltage Sags;

  • Effect of Voltage Sags;

  • Voltage Sag Fault Analysis;

  • Limited Period Voltage Sags;

  • Extended Period Voltage Sags;

  • Resolving Voltage Sag Issue.

 

Part 6: Voltage Sags or Dips: Their Occurrence and Remedy (2)

 

  • Utility Systems Voltage Sags;

  • Distribution Voltage sags;

  • Transmission Voltage Sags;

  • Transformer Associated Voltage Sags;

  • Voltage Sags in Industrial Plants or Industrial Complexes;

  • Voltage Sags AC Supply;

  • Voltage Sag Compensation of Point of Common Coupling (PCC)

  • Using Fault Current Limiter (FCL) 

  • Voltage Sags in Sensitive Loads; 

  • Use and Operation of Reclosers and Circuit Breakers;

  • Dealing with   Equipment Failure associated with Voltage Sags;

  • The Impact of Thunderstorms and lightning strikes on Voltage Sags;

  • The Effect of Pollution Salt Spray Build-up on Power Line Insulators on Voltage Sags.

 

Part 7: Voltage Sags or Dips: Their Occurrence and Remedy (4)

 

  • The Ways in Which Animals Can Affect Power Lines and Transformers, Causing Voltage Sags;

  • The Effect of Vehicle Collision, on Utility Power Lines and their Resultant Voltage Sags,

  • The Unfriendly nature of Construction Activitie and the extent to which they Contribute to Voltage Sags;

  • The Effect of Large Industrial Electrical Equipment Usage on Power Supply, Resulting in Voltage Sags;

  • Single Phase Voltage Sags: Causes and Remedies;

  • Phase to Phase Voltage Sags: causes and Remedies

  • Phase 3 Voltage sags: Causes and Remedies;

  • Means of Protection Against Voltage Sags.   

  • Identifying Voltage sags;

  • Identification of Equipment Contributing to Voltage sag;

  • Determining Equipment Affected By Voltage sags;

  • Means of Addressing Overall Problems Associated with Voltage Sags.

 

Part 8: Categorising Distorted Voltage Events

 

Short Duration Voltage Variations:

  • Instanteneous Voltage Variations

  • Voltage Sags or Dips;

  • Voltage Swells

  • Momentary Voltage Variations:

  • Voltage Interruptions;

  • Voltage Sags or Dips;

  • Voltage Swells

Temporary Voltage Variations:

  • Voltage Interruptions;

  • Voltage Sags or Dips;

  • Voltage Swells.

Extended Voltage Variations:

  • Sustained Power Interruptions;

  • Undervoltages;

  • Overvoltages.

 

Part 9: Using Fluke 434/435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyser (4)

 

Measuring Harmonics

  • Bar Graph Screen;

  • Trend Screen;

  • Meter screen;

  • Model-Specific Information;

  • Relevant Developments and Additional Guides;

Measuring Power and Energy

  • Meter screen;

  • Trend Screen;

  • Relevant Guidance;

  • Additional Guidance.

 

Measuring Flicker

  • Meter screen;

  • Trend Screen;

  • Relevant Developments;

  • Additional Tips and Guidance.

 

Measuring Unbalance

  • Meter Screen;

  • Trend Screen;

  • Phasor

 

Transients

  • Waveform Display;

  • Trend Screen;

  • General Guidance and Specific Pointers.

 

Inrush

  • Inrush Trend Display;

  • Trend Screen;

  • Special Advice and Additional Guidance;

  • Question and Answers.

 

Part 10: Addressing Power Quality Deviations in   Electrical Generation and Distribution Systems (1)

 

  • Power quality disturbances;

  • Voltage sags;

  • Power Quality and Voltage Sag Indices in Electrical Power Systems 

  • Power Interruptions;

  • Transient Overvoltages;

  • Detecting and Addressing Power Quality and Voltage Sag Indices in Electrical Power Systems; 

  • Detecting and Dealing with Harmonic content in the waveforms for AC power.

 

Part 11: Understanding and Addressing Power Quality Deviations in   Electrical Generation and Distribution Systems (2)

 

  • Determining and Modifying a Voltage Imbalance; 

  • The Value of Voltage sag statistical indices;

  • Types of indices;

  • Establishing and utilising Voltage sag statistical indices;

  • Electrical Generation and Distribution Systems and Power Quality Disturbances; 

  • Identifying, Measuring and Addressing Power-Quality Events;

  • Event Characteristics  ;

  • Creating Single Event Indices; 

  • Power Quality and Voltage Sag Indices in Electrical Power Systems 

 

Part 12: Identifying, Measuring and Addressing Power Distribution Deviations

 

  • Identifying and Dealing with Current Swells

  • Addressing Dips or Sags in Current Distribution;

  • Random or repetitive variations in the RMS;

  • Dealing with Flickers in Lighting;

  • Identifying and addressing Brief increases in voltage (Spikes, Impulses, or Surges;

  • Stabilising Large Inductive Loads;

  • Undervoltage, Its cause and Remedy;

  • Overvoltage: Its Cause and Method or Rectification;

  • Addressing Power Frequency Variations;

  • Identifying and Addressing Variations in wave shape (harmonics);

  • Common Mode Distortion or Interharmonics at higher frequencies: Their Occurrence and Remedy:

  • Nonzero low-frequency impedance

  • Nonzero high-frequency impedance.

 

Part 13: General Electrical Safety and Equipment Inspection

 

  • Identifying Electrical Equipment with A Heating Time Constant Exceeding the Norm;

  • Single-Phase Measurements; 

  • Multi-Channel Three Phase Measurement; 

  • Inspection of Electrical Equipment;

  • Equipment Safety Testing;

  • Measurement Methods;

  • Earth Resistance Measuring;

  • Earth Resistance Measuring Methods;

  • Using Earth Resistance and Resistivity Meters – e.g. Sonel MRU-30 Meter;

  • Using the Indeks: WMGBPQM711;

  • Indeks: WMGBPAT806 (PAT 806) Digital Meter.

Seminar or Course Number 051 - Power Quality Management: Power Quality Identification, Analysis and Remedy, Seminar or Course, Leading to Diploma – Postgraduate – in Power Quality Management (Double-Credit), Accumulating to a Postgraduate Diploma. Click to view and, or, download the PDF Brochure for this Course.

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