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Electrical Grounding for Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Power Systems

 

DESCRIPTION

It has been determined that over 70% of all problems in industrial, commercial and institutional power systems are due to poor grounding and wiring errors. Without proper grounding, sensitive electronic equipment is subjected to destruction of data, erratic equipment operation, and catastrophic damage. This course will give participants a comprehensive understanding of practical applications of proper grounding and wiring practices.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is a must for electrical engineers, design engineers, electrical engineering managers, project managers, power quality specialists, maintenance managers, consultants and technologists responsible for the design, construction, installation, inspection, operation, or maintenance of electrical systems, designers, contractors, and electrical technicians, inspectors, safety personnel and other employees responsible for the operation and maintenance of electrical grounding systems in a commercial, industrial, institutional or utility setting.

SUMMARY OUTLINE

Chapter 1: GROUNDING OVERVIEW

Chapter 2: Standards and Codes

Ø   Classification of Various Grounding Standards. Codes and Rules

Ø   National Electrical Code/IEEE Standards/ANSI Stds, INdustry STDS

Ø   Canadian Standards Association:

Ø   CSA Grounding and Bonding (C22.1 E98, Section 10)

Ø   CSA Protection and Control (C22.1 E98, Section 14)

Ø   CSA Installation of Electrical Equipment (C22.1 E98, Section 26)

Ø   CSA Electrical Communication Equipment (C22.1 E98, Section 60)

Ø   Canadian Electrical Code:

Ø   Bonding and Grounding of Electrical Equipement (C22.2 No. 0.4 EM1982 R1993)

Ø   Grounding and Bonding Equipment (C22.2 No. 41 EM1987 R1993)

Ø   (C22.2 No. 0.4 EM1982 R1993)

Ø   NEC ENational Electrical Code

Chapter 3:

Ø   Grounding Electrode System

Ø   Grounding Theory

Ø   Parmeters, Measurements and Calculations

Ø   Grounding Electrodes: Construction And Installation

Ø   Ground Resistance and Resistivity

Ø   Grounding Electrode Conductor

Ø   Electrical Grounding and Corrosion

Ø   Materials-Splicing

Ø   Installation and Protection

Ø   Sizing the grounding Electrode Conductor

Chapter 4:

Ø   Circuit grounding

Ø   How to ground AC Systems

Ø   How to ground DC systems

Ø   Grounded Conductor

Ø   Direct Current Systems

Ø   Alternating-Current System

Chapter 5:

Ø   Equipment Grounding

Ø   Major Requirements: Leakage Current, Proper Sizing

Ø   Generators

Ø   Substations

Ø   Transformers

Ø   UPS systems: Online, Standby, Line Interactive, Alternative

Ø   Installation

Ø   Sizing the Equipment grounding

Ø   Identification of the Equipment grounding Conductor

Ø   Electric Shock

Ø   Grounding and electric Shock

Chapter 6:

Ø   Separately Derived Systems

Ø   Main Bonding Jumper

Ø   Portable generators

Ø   Vehicle Mounted Generators

Chapter 7:

Ø   Grounding two or more Buildings

Ø   Grounded and Ungrounded Systems

Ø   Grounding the Second Building

Chapter 8:

Ø   Lightning Protection- Grounding

Ø   Lightning- Characteristics

Ø   Protection Systems

Ø   Rolling Sphere Concept

Ø   Lightning Protection System Specifications

Chapter 9:

Ø   Electronic Equipment Grounding

Ø   Introduction and Definitions

Ø   Computer and Electronic Equipment Grounding

Ø   Telecommunication Rooms and Closets

Ø   Data Processing Equipment Grounding

Ø   Electronic Security Equipment Grounding

Chapter 10:

Ø   Telecommunication Site Grounding

Ø   Grounding Subsystems

Ø   Exterior Ground Ring

Ø   Interior Ground ring- Halo Ground

Ø   Low Frequency Networks

Ø   High frequency Networks

Chapter 11:

Ø   Computer Room Grounding

Ø   System Reference Zero

Ø   Detection of a faulty Neutral-Ground System

Ø   Sizing Wiring to meet Computer Industry Standards

Ø   Grounding line Treatment Devices

Ø   Transient Overvoltage Protector Grounding

Ø   Gas Tubes

Ø   Metal Oxide Varistors

Ø   Silicon Avalanche Diodes

Chapter 12:

Ø   Instrumentation and Control

Ø   EMI (Electromagnetic Interference)

Ø   Inductive, Capacitive and Radiation Coupling

Ø   RFI (Radio frequency Interference)

Ø   Electrostatic Discharge

Ø   Shields grounding

Ø   Coaxial Cables

Ø   Telephone Lines

Ø   Data lines grounding – RS232

Chapter 13

Ø   EMI on Electronic Circuits

Ø   Susceptibility- Immunity

Ø   Cable Shielding and Grounding

Ø   Losses by Absorption and reflection

Ø   Grounding Low and High frequency Shielding

Ø   Grounding High frequency Shielding

Ø   Coaxial Cables

Ø   Superficial Resistivity

Ø   Resonance and Skin Effect

COURSE METHOD

COURSE SPEAKER

v  Presentation

v  Discuss

v  Case Study

v  Evaluation

v  Simulation

Teguh Santoso, Ir

 

Teguh Santoso experienced more than 27 years in electrical.

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Dafam fortuna Hotel

Jl. Dagen 60 Malioboro

Yogyakarta

(02746429888)

 

12-15 July 2016

1-4 November 2016

 

4 days

08 am – 04 pm

 

IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

CV JP CONSULTANT : MANDIRI Bank Yogyakarta Branch Acc. No.  1370007857077

 

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

¨  Module / Handout

¨  Certificate

¨  Souvenir

¨  Training Kit

JP Consultant

Kalibayem No. 436 Ngestiharjo Kasihan Bantul Yogyakarta

Email         :  jpconsultantyogyakarta@gmail.com

Website     : www.jptrainingcenter.com

Contact      : Tina (085741853818)      

                             (082225972336)  

                    Fia    (081215667730)                

 

 

 

Offering Training

Advanced Electrical Grounding

DESCRIPTION

This advanced course will also address other grounding electrode systems not covered in the basic eletrical grounding course such as “Buried Horizontal Ground Grids”, the “Three-Point” triangular electrode and calculations for determining the area of influence of grounding electrodes, such as a ground rod.

The course will also include additional principles involved in Earth Resistance testing and additional methods of measuring the “Ground Resistance” such as “The Slope Method” grounding resistance testing for large grounding systems such as substations.

The lightning protection section of the course will provide as an additional material, calculations for transient over voltage generated in high structures such as transmission and communications towers and the step voltage hazards caused by transient induced voltage gradients in the earth. Capacitive coupling of transient energy will also be discussed.

This course will also provide a comprehensive coverage of design practices for grounding and electromagnetic compatibility of industrial, commercial, and residential systems with linear and distorting loads.

For critical electronic loads, this advanced course will provide grounding practices for signal reference subsystems, multipoint grounding systems and lower and higher frequency signal reference networks, subjects not covered in the basic grounding course.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Electrical Engineers, Project Engineers, Design Engineers, Plant Engineers 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 institutional or utility setting.

SUMMARY OUTLINE

  1. State of the Art
  2. Advanced Geology Considerations
  3. Advanced Grounding Overview
  4. Grounding Electrode System Design Modelling
  5. Advanced Grounding System Design
  6. Circuit Grounding
  7. Fault Protection Subsystems
  8. Lightning Protection Systems
  9. Advanced Industrial Electrical Systems Grounding Strategies
  10. Advanced Electronic & Computer Equipment Grounding Systems
  11. Signal/Instrumentation Grounding
  12. EMI on Electronic Circuits
  13. 13. Advanced Electrical Grounding Applications

COURSE METHOD

COURSE SPEAKER

  1. Presentation
  2. Discuss
  3. Case Study
  4. Evaluation
  5. Simulation

Miftakhul Hudha, S.T, M.Eng

 

 

experienced in electrical.

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Dafam Fortuna Hotel

Jl. Dagen 60 Malioboro Yogyakarta,

 

18-21 Agustus 2014

1-4 December 2014

4 days

08 am – 04 pm

IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

CV JP CONSULTANT : MANDIRI Bank Yogyakarta Branch Acc. No.  1370007857077

 

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

  • Module / Handout
  • Certificate
  • Souvenir
  • Training Kit
  • USB
  • Training Di Hotel Bintang 3
  • Penjemputan jika mengirimkan 2 orang

JP Consultant

Kalibayem No. 436 Ngestiharjo Kasihan Bantul Yogyakarta

Phone        :  02743326339

Email         :  jpconsultantyogyakarta@gmail.com

Website     : www.jptrainingcenter.com

Contact      : Tina (085741853818)

                             (082225972336)                                        

 

 

 

Offering Training

Advanced Electrical Grounding

DESCRIPTION

This advanced course will also address other grounding electrode systems not covered in the basic eletrical grounding course such as “Buried Horizontal Ground Grids”, the “Three-Point” triangular electrode and calculations for determining the area of influence of grounding electrodes, such as a ground rod.

The course will also include additional principles involved in Earth Resistance testing and additional methods of measuring the “Ground Resistance” such as “The Slope Method” grounding resistance testing for large grounding systems such as substations.

The lightning protection section of the course will provide as an additional material, calculations for transient over voltage generated in high structures such as transmission and communications towers and the step voltage hazards caused by transient induced voltage gradients in the earth. Capacitive coupling of transient energy will also be discussed.

This course will also provide a comprehensive coverage of design practices for grounding and electromagnetic compatibility of industrial, commercial, and residential systems with linear and distorting loads.

For critical electronic loads, this advanced course will provide grounding practices for signal reference subsystems, multipoint grounding systems and lower and higher frequency signal reference networks, subjects not covered in the basic grounding course.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Electrical Engineers, Project Engineers, Design Engineers, Plant Engineers 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 institutional or utility setting.

SUMMARY OUTLINE

  1. State of the Art
  2. Advanced Geology Considerations
  3. Advanced Grounding Overview
  4. Grounding Electrode System Design Modelling
  5. Advanced Grounding System Design
  6. Circuit Grounding
  7. Fault Protection Subsystems
  8. Lightning Protection Systems
  9. Advanced Industrial Electrical Systems Grounding Strategies
  10. Advanced Electronic & Computer Equipment Grounding Systems
  11. Signal/Instrumentation Grounding
  12. EMI on Electronic Circuits
  13. 13. Advanced Electrical Grounding Applications

COURSE METHOD

COURSE SPEAKER

  1. Presentation
  2. Discuss
  3. Case Study
  4. Evaluation
  5. Simulation

Miftakhul Hudha, S.T, M.Eng

 

 

experienced in electrical.

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Dafam Fortuna Hotel

Jl. Dagen 60 Malioboro Yogyakarta,

 

18-21 Agustus 2014

1-4 December 2014

4 days

08 am – 04 pm

IDR 7,000,000.00 per participant non residential

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

CV JP CONSULTANT : MANDIRI Bank Yogyakarta Branch Acc. No.  1370007857077

 

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

  • Module / Handout
  • Certificate
  • Souvenir
  • Training Kit
  • USB
  • Training Di Hotel Bintang 3
  • Penjemputan jika mengirimkan 2 orang

JP Consultant

Kalibayem No. 436 Ngestiharjo Kasihan Bantul Yogyakarta

Phone        :  02743326339

Email         :  jpconsultantyogyakarta@gmail.com

Website     : www.jptrainingcenter.com

Contact      : Tina (085741853818)

                             (082225972336)                                        

 

 

 

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