Electrical Engineering & Maintenance

Power Generation Systems

ME2

Power Generation Systems

Course objective

A general guideline associated with better-experienced knowledge about most items concerning the power system and generation units.

Course Content

AC theory review – Fundamentals of generators operation – Generators synchronization – Generators loading – Generator governor & AVR control – Stability – Generator protection – Parallel operation and load sharing – Load shedding – Power distribution fundamentals – Principle segments of a power distribution system – Voltage level used – Distribution system levels.

Who Should Attend

Technicians and engineers who are responsible for maintaining, testing and calibrating of protection relays at power plants.

Duration

Electrical Motors, Protection, Testing and Maintenance

ME3

Electrical Motors, Protection, Testing and Maintenance

Course objective

General coverage of the principles of operation for motors, Industry-accepted practices for testing and maintaining motors & testing and maintenance specifications from various standards and organizations.

Course Content

– Introduction – Principles & concepts – Motors specifications – Single phase motors – Three phase motors – Characteristics – External considerations – Code design (NEMA & IEC) – Name plate – Motors selection – Motor control& protection – Maintenance & troubleshooting

Who Should Attend

Electricians, technicians and engineers with an interest in the proper maintenance and testing of motors and generators.

Duration

Advanced Electrical Protection Relays and Systems

ME5

Advanced Electrical Protection Relays and Systems

Course objective

This course provide a deep understanding for relay types, selection & calibration, and their applications in different location of electrical power network

Course Content

– Typical calculation examples of short circuit – Types C/H and of protection relays – IEEE directives & ANSI Device numbers – Relay selection guide – Protective Devices Maintenance as It Applies to the Arc /Flash In Hazard – Coordination of protective device in electrical network – Factors affecting choice of circuit breakers or power fuses in typical practical example.

Who Should Attend

Supervisors (high technical institute) and engineers who are responsible for maintaining, testing and calibrating of protection relays at power plants

Duration

Plant Electrical Equipment, Designing and Sizing

ME6

Plant Electrical Equipment, Designing and Sizing

Course objective

This course is designed to create the foundation for the analysis and understanding of design considerations and sizing of equipment. Industrial prints will be used where possible to assist with understanding of plant systems integration. Switch-gear apparatus will also be covered. Concepts of this course will relate to cable sizing, lighting, and transformers. Motors and capacitor installation will be discussed. Issues relating to conductors sizing and over-current protection will be covered for capacitors and motors.

Course Content

– Equipment Specifications – Single Motor Installation – Motor Bank Installation – Capacitor Installation – Conductor Loading – Wiring Methods – Capacitors and Lighting – Switch-gear apparatus

Who Should Attend

Engineers, who have been working in the field of electrical equipment for designing and sizing. Working experience from 1 to 5 years

Duration

Electrical Installation in Hazardous Areas

ME7

Electrical Installation in Hazardous Areas

Course objective

The course provide essential information on the main principles of hazardous areas, risks, ignition properties, the different types of protection for electrical apparatus in flammable atmospheres, the essentials of installation requirements, equipment certification, and information on the different types of protection for hazardous area electrical apparatus (Ex d, e, ia/ib, p, n, etc.).

Course Content

Defining hazardous area – Zone / DIV concept – Gas grouping – Temperature rating – Approved methods for hazard area – Explosion proof enclosures – Purging / pressurizing – Non-incentive techniques – Powder filling type equipment – Oil immersed type equipment – Special type equipment – Intrinsically safe techniques – Typical examples of electrical installation in hazardous area – Ingress protection (IP)

Who Should Attend

Technicians, engineers and safety, all other disciplines which works in oil and gas fields

Duration

Power Cables, Selection, Testing and Fault Locations

ME8

Power Cables, Selection, Testing and Fault Locations

Course objective

This course is designed to empower participants as a comprehensive update provides trainee with information and practical experience about the power cables characteristics, fault location and splices and to ensure that the attendee understands how and why cable testing and maintenance are Important

Course Content

– The power cables instruction – Protection against Overloading Current – The power cables general information – Short circuit current – Techniques for Cable Fault Locating Methods of located the fault – Defined the fault location of the cable – Splicing cables – This course objective This course objective – Measurement and Testing Cables

Who Should Attend

For the electrical Technicians and Engineers who are responsible for maintaining and testing power cables

Duration

Electric Earthing System

ME9

Electric Earthing System

Course objective

– Basic theory and practice for grounding system network – Focus on specific grounding problems and consequences relating to fires, safety of personnel, and damage to equipment – Influence of rods on grounding grids performance in stratified soil – Type of ground power system – Substation design – Various standardized Earthing systems – Testing procedures for grounding systems – Transformer grounding – Phase to Ground fault – Grounding of DC power systems

Course Content

– Mathematical equations for touch potential, step potential and ground resistance in multi- layer soil – Influence of rods on grounding grids performance in stratified soil – Type of ground power system and substation design – Lightning – Treatment for electric shock victims & Definitions

Who Should Attend

Electrical engineers, Project Engineers, Design Engineers, Plant Engineers technicians OR those who have a considerable understanding of electrical grounding and are responsible for the engineering, design, construction, installation, inspection, operation, or maintenance of electrical grounding systems in an industrial, commercial or utility.

Duration

ESP (Electrical Submersible Pumps); Installation and Maintenance

ME10

ESP (Electrical Submersible Pumps); Installation and Maintenance

Course objective

This course is designed to empower participants as a comprehensive update provides trainee with information and practical experience about the Electric Submersible Pumps (ESP) characteristics and installation

Course Content

– Introduction of lifting Systems – Types of Lifting pumps – Introduction of ESP Systems – System Components and installation. – Type of ESP cables – Sizing and current rating – Surface units of ESP system – Switch Board – Wellhead & packer connection – ESP Wellhead & Packer Penetrators – Trouble shooting for ESP system – Perform preventive maintenance of the ESP system

Who Should Attend

For the electrical Technicians and Engineers who are responsible for installation and maintaining the Electric Submersible Pumps (ESP).

Duration

Electrical Power Transformers; Testing Maintenance and Protection

ME11

Electrical Power Transformers; Testing Maintenance and Protection

Course objective

This course is designed to empower participants as a comprehensive update provides trainee with information and practical experience about the power transformers characteristics and maintenance to ensure that the attendee understands how and why transformers testing and maintenance are important

Course Content

– Power Transformers characteristics – Voltage Regulation and Efficiency – Power Transformers construction – Core and Winding construction – Power Transformers accessory – Buchholz relay with two contacts – Transformers’ types – Auto-Transformers – Test of Transformers – Mechanical and Electrical tests

Who Should Attend

For the electric Technicians and Engineers who are responsible for maintaining and testing power transformers

Duration

UPS Systems and Batteries Maintenance

ME12

UPS Systems and Batteries Maintenance

Course objective

Understanding the UPS theory, UPS troubleshooting, batteries construction, batteries type and batteries maintenance

Course Content

– Ups and battery charger architecture – Rectifier and inverter theory – Lead acid batteries – Alkaline batteries – Batteries periodic maintenance – Ups troubleshooting

Who Should Attend

Technicians and Engineers who are responsible for maintaining UPS

Duration

Motor Control and Protection through “PLC”

ME13

Motor Control and Protection through “PLC”

Course objective

At the end of the course, the attendee shall be able to: List the PLC architecture – practice the PLC maintenance, installation, and troubleshooting – read the advanced ladder program – select and size the PLC power supply, and memory – understand motor control fundamentals – write simple ladder program.

Course Content

– PLC Hardware – PLC Architecture – I/O Signals, and modules – Analogue Hart – field bus modules – Memory mapping and Addressing – Software contact, relays, timers, and counters Allocation in memory – Program Upload and download Procedures and precautions – Ladder Programming – Motor control fundamental

Who Should Attend

Instrumentation, Electrical, Maintenance Engineers, Supervisors, senior technicians and technicians.

Duration

Variable Speed Drivers for Industrial Control (Practical)

ME15

Variable Speed Drivers for Industrial Control (Practical)

Course objective

Variable frequency drives are important components of many modern motors. Variable frequency drives control how rapidly or slowly electricity is supplied to the motor. The speed at which a motor operates has a large impact on the life of the motor, as well as on the machinery the motor operates. When your motors rely on variable frequency drives, it is critical to know how to maintain these intricate electronic devices.

Course Content

– Mechanical Basics – Basic operation of 3-phase induction motor – Developing a rotating magnetic Field – Voltage and Frequency – Basic AC Drives – Types of Adjustable Frequency Controllers – Selecting EX-Motors and VFDs for Hazardous Environmental Applications – Matching XP Motors with Variable-Frequency Controllers – A-C and D-C Drive Application Considerations. – Which Drive Is Right For You AC or DC? – SP500 A-C Drive

Who Should Attend

Plant and Facility Maintenance Personnel, Maintenance Supervisors and Plant Engineers.

Duration

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