Created by Vikram Singh | Last updated 7/2021
Duration: 1h56m | 1 section | 7 lectures | Video: 1280×720, 44 KHz | 777 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Sub
Etap industrial training on Load Flow Analysis
What you’ll learn
This course will help students understand the basic theory behind power system analysis.
This course also provides a detailed overview of ETAP software.
How various electrical equipment can be modeled in digital software like ETAP for performing various analysis likepower system analysis
Basic knowledge of Electrical Engineering and Electrical terms
The planning, design, and operation of industrial and commercial power systems require engineering studies to evaluate existing and proposed system performance, reliability, safety, and economics. Studies, properly conceived and conducted, are a cost-effective way to prevent surprises and to optimize equipment selection. In the design stage, the studies identify and avoid potential deficiencies in the system before it goes into operation. In existing systems, the studies help locate the cause of equipment failure and misoperation and determine corrective measures for improving system performance.
The use of digital computers makes it possible to study the performance of proposed and actual systems under many operating conditions. Answers to many questions regarding the impact of expansion on the system, short-circuit capacity, stability, load distribution, etc., can be intelligently and economically obtained.
The complexity of modern industrial power systems makes studies difficult, tedious, and time-consuming to perform manually. The computational tasks associated with power systems studies have been greatly simplified by the use of digital computer programs. The digital computer offers engineers a powerful tool to perform efficient system studies. Computers permit optimal designs at minimum costs, regardless of system complexity. ETAP is one such program. 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.
The purpose of this course is to learn power system modeling & analysis using ETAP software which will cover a range of ETAP functionalities used to design & solve various power system practical problems. 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. 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 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. 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.
Below major topics are covered in this course:
· Load Flow Analysis
Who this course is for:Electrical Engineering students preparing for their thesis/projectsFresh Electrical Engineering graduatesExperienced Engineers who want to peruse career in Power System StudiesProfessionals working for companies to execute power system study projectsProject ManagersElectrical TechniciansElectrical Operators