Switching Transients Analysis Fundamentals
In Switching Transients Analysis Fundamentals, you'll learn ...
- Basic theory behind switching transients analysis studies
- How switching transients affect power system operation
- Consequences of excessive switching transient levels and what mitigation measures can be applied
- Commercial software modelling techniques, simulation performance and interpretation of the results
Switching transients severe enough to cause problems in industrial power systems are most often associated with inadequate or malfunctioning breakers or switches and the switching of capacitor banks and other frequently switched loads. The arc furnace system is most frequently studied because of its high frequency of switching and the related use of capacitor banks.
By properly using digital computer programs these problems can be detected early in the design stage. In addition to these types of switching transient problems, digital computer programs can be used to analyse other system anomalies such as lightning arrester operation.
This course begins with a discussion of the switching transient phenomena, describes root causes and explains how system operation is affected. Selection and sizing of surge arresters is covered in detail. The techniques and concepts discussed in this course can be implemented in any commercial power system software package.
Specific Knowledge or Skill Obtained
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Power system switching studies fundamentals
- The basic objectives of switching transient investigations
- Typical circuit parameters for transient studies
- Transient analysis based on the Laplace transform method
- How to develop a family of normalized damping curves
- Transient recovery voltage
- Mitigation and control of switching transients
- Switching transient example problem solutions
Certificate of Completion
You will be able to immediately print a certificate of completion after passing a multiple-choice quiz consisting of 28 questions. PDH credits are not awarded until the course is completed and quiz is passed.
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