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Power Quality and Reliability

Power Quality and Reliability

Power, Utility & Energy

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:
- Understand common power quality and reliability terms
- Know how to assess the impact of voltage sags on sensitive electrical equipment
- Comprehend the influence of fault clearing on voltage stability
- Calculate and use standardized reliability indices
- Understand the sources of transient over voltages and be able to specify arresters
- Know why harmonics are produced and be able to implement mitigation methods
- Analyze the components of AC power and understand the relationship with voltage regulation


Day 1: Introduction, Voltage Sags and Interruptions Day 2: Transient Voltage Excursions Day 3: Reliability Indices, Effects of Fault Clearing on Power Quality Day 4: Insulation Coordination, Arresters, and Steady-State Voltage Regulation Day 5: Harmonics


This training course will utilize a variety of proven adult learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension, and retention of the information presented. These methods include workshops where attendees practice solving problems (bring a scientific calculator), case studies where concepts covered are applied to real-world situations, and simulations and animations to visually illustrate what would otherwise be abstract concepts in a novel and intuitive manner.


5 Days




On premises; online; others

Power Quality and Reliability
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