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ETAP Power System Analysis For Electrical Engineers

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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

“Want To Become Expert In ETAP Software and Power System?” This course will help you to achieve your goals to become ETAP and Power System Expert.

Welcome to the course “ETAP Power System Analysis For Electrical Engineers”

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 more easier to the attendees to understand the concepts.

Below major topics are covered in this course:

  • Load Flow Analysis With Supporting Hand Calculations

  • Cable Ampacity and Sizing

  • Transformer MVA Sizing

  • Short Circuit Analysis With Supporting Hand Calculations

  • Protection & Coordination Analysis

  • Arc Flash Analysis Using IEEE:1584-2002 Standard

  • Motor Starting Analysis

Benefits of attending this course:

  1. Course is published using ETAP 19.5

  2. ETAP software generated results are supported with Hand Calculations

  3. Downloadable course material and Hand Calculations

Introduction of ETAP Software Course

1
Introduction of ETAP Course

Information on ETAP software

Who can attend the course?

Brief information about the course

Agenda

2
Why To Use Power System Analysis Software

Advantages of using Power System Analysis Software Vs the manual calculations

Power System Analysis Software  capabilities



Creating a New Project in ETAP

1
Understanding the project/system frequency, English/Metric
2
Creating a New Project in ETAP

Step by step procedure on creating the new project

Creating project in IEC/Metric (50Hz) or ANSI/English (60Hz) system

User Access Management in ETAP

ETAP Software Overview

1
ETAP Software Overview

One Line Diagram

System Manager & System Toolbar

Mode Toolbar

Analysis Toolbar

3-D Database Toolbar

Study Case Toolbar

Dumpster

Message Log

Theme Toolbar

Data Block Toolbar

Auto Build Toolbar

How To Create Single Line Diagram in ETAP

1
How To Create Single Line Diagram in ETAP

Project Information

Draw an electrical network and manual connected

Draw an electrical network with Auto Build feature

Defaults

Library

Rule Book Based Evaluation

Scenario/Study/Project Wizards

Help File Tutorial

Load Flow Analysis

1
Load Flow Analysis Fundamentals

Per Unit system

Input Data

Load flow calculation requirements

Load flow calculation methods

Operating modes of Generator/Power Grid

Generation and Loading Category

Load flow analysis fundamentals

2
Load Flow Analysis
3
Load Flow Analysis
4
Load Flow Hand Calculations and Comparing With ETAP software

Step by step guide on "How load flow calculation works?"

Explanation of per unit method

Calculation of sending end and receiving end voltage, voltage drop

Calculation of active and reactive power losses

Hand calculation and comparing with ETAP results

5
Load Flow Analysis Example

Step by step execution of load flow analysis in ETAP

Creating various load flow scenarios for electrical system

Use of Scenario Wizard

6
Transformer X/R Ratio Calculation

How to calculate the X/R ratio of transformer from full load losses?

7
Generator Load Sharing Calculations

Generator equal load sharing

Per unit load sharing

Equipment Sizing

1
Cable Ampacity & Sizing Calculations

Cable construction

Cable installation conditions at site

Calculation methods such as BS7671, IEC60364, IEC60502, IEEE399, NEC

Step by step guide for performing cable sizing calculation in ETAP

Cable derating factors

Cable sizing constraints

2
Cable Ampacity & Sizing
3
Transformer MVA Sizing

Correction factors such as temperature, altitude

Consideration of future load growth factor and short circuit impedance

Step by step guide for performing transformer sizing calculations

Short Circuit Analysis

1
Short Circuit Analysis Fundamentals

Short circuit basics and understanding various faults

Short circuit input data

Calculation methods as per IEC60909

AC and DC component of fault current

Understanding of maximum and minimum fault current

Understanding of MVCB and LVCB device duty

Switchgear/CB selection

2
Short Circuit Analysis
3
Short Circuit Analysis
4
Short Circuit Analysis
5
Short Circuit Hand Calculations and Comparing With ETAP software

Short circuit calculation detailed procedure

Explanation of per unit method

Calculation of short circuit currents

Understanding of impedance sequence interconnection

Hand calculation and comparing with ETAP results

6
Short Circuit Analysis Example

Step by step execution of short circuit analysis in ETAP

Creating various short circuit scenarios for electrical system

Evaluate short circuit withstand capability

Calculations of maximum and minimum fault current

Calculations of MVCB and LVCB device duty

Selection of Switchgear/CB

Protection & Coordination Analysis (Relay Coordination Analysis)

1
Protection & Coordination Analysis Fundamentals

Protection and coordination objectives

References

Study procedure

Input data

Equipment protection criteria

Damage curves and operating curves of equipment

Operating/non-operating region of relay

Understanding various relay characteristics

Over current protection

Low voltage protection devices such as LVCB (SST, MCCB), Fuse

Transformer, motor, generator, cable protection

Selectivity margin as per IEEE 242

ANSI device numbers

2
Protection & Coordination Analysis
3
Protection & Coordination Analysis
4
Protection & Coordination Analysis
5
Protection & Coordination Analysis Example

Input data

Pick up selection criteria

TMS/TD selection criteria

Protection fundamentals

Step by step guide for protection and coordination study

Sequence of operation (Validation of relay settings)

Auto-Star evaluation (Automatic validation of relay settings)

Arc Flash Analysis Using IEEE:1584-2002 Standard

1
Arc Flash Analysis Fundamentals

Arc flash and its hazard

Arc flash assessment methods

Regulatory authorities

Comparison of various arc flash methods

Input parameters

Arc flash calculations

Arc flash mitigation

2
Arc Flash Analysis Example

Motor Starting Analysis

1
Motor Starting Analysis Fundamentals

Why to perform the MS studies?

Static Vs Dynamic

Equivalent circuit model

Characteristics model

Parameter estimation and tuning

2
Motor Starting Analysis Example-I
3
Motor Starting Analysis Example-II
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