Technical / Electrical Engineering

Durations : 5 Days

Electric Generators: Operation, Performance Analysis, & Testing

TE119

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Excitation systems play a major role in determining the performance of synchronous generators; namely voltage regulation, reactive power control, and electromechanical and voltage stability. These requirements vary according to the mode of operation such as isolated generators, parallel operation of local generators and interconnected systems. The effect and requirements of the excitation system has to be well understood to specify and design the suitable system.

The course is intended to provide electric engineers with collective and recent knowledge about generators exciters including: ordering specifications, operation, analysis, maintenance, testing and protection. The information includes both theoretical and practical aspects.

Electric utility engineers in various departments deal with interconnected generators testing, protection, operation, stability and control. The course is also suitable for all engineers deal with emergency generators and local generation.

  • Introduction
  • General Background And Recent Advances
  • Specification, Design And Operation
  • Performance And Control
  • Maintenance And Testing
  • Protection
  • Presentation & Slides
  • Audio Visual Aids
  • Interactive Discussion
  • Participatory Exercise
  • Action Learning
  • Class Activities
  • Case Studies
  • Workshops
  • Simulation

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