Technical / Electrical Engineering

Durations : 5 Days

Standby Generators

TE237

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The course is intended to provide electric engineers with collective and recent knowledge about
Standby Generators including: operation, maintenance, testing and protection. The information
includes both theoretical and practical aspects and will be enhanced with computer software in
appropriate sections.

The course is intended to provide electric engineers with collective and recent knowledge about
Standby Generators including: operation, maintenance, testing and protection. The information
includes both theoretical and practical aspects and will be enhanced with computer software in
appropriate sections.

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.

1. GENERATORS AND PRIME MOVERS
· Overview: Generator Purpose, Operation and Control
· Types of Prime Movers
· Generator Basic Electrical Fundamentals
· Grounding Types and Construction
· UPS System Fundamentals
2. PROTECTION AND TRANSFER OF ELECTRICAL POWER
· Circuit Breakers
· Switchgear
· Transfer Switches
· Parallel Operation
3. GENERATORS AND ENGINE CONTROLS
· Governors
· Voltage Regulators
· Engine Protection
· Onsite Generator Controls including PLC’s and SCADA Systems
4. AUXILIARY SYSTEMS
· Fuel Systems
· Cooling Systems
· Exhaust Systems
· Vibration Attenuation
· Sound Attenuation
· Engine Starting Systems
· Load Banks
· Emissions Control
5. GENERATOR APPLICATIONS GENERATOR APPLICATIONS
· Cogeneration
· Emergency Power Systems
· Legally Required Standby Systems
· Optional Standby Systems
· Applicable Codes and Standards
6. TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE OF ONSITE POWER GENERATION SYSTEMS
· Developing a Logical Systematic Approach to Troubleshooting
· Common Generator Problems
· Recommended Generator Maintenance Practices

Presentation & Slides
Audio Visual Aids
Interactive Discussion
Participatory Exercise
Action Learning
Class Activities
Case Studies
Workshops
Simulation

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