TROUBLESHOOTING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

Content

Introductions and Safety

  • Types of Fault and Factors Affecting Fault Levels
  • Maintenance of Electrical Equipment
  • Managing Maintenance
  • Balanced and Unbalanced Faults
  • Safe Working Practices
  • Safe Isolation Procedures

Maintenance of Electrical Equipment

  • Electrical Systems and Components
  • Fault Identification
  • Circuit Breakers and Capacities
  • Earthing Introduction
  • Network Earthing
  • Earthing Systems and Earth Bonding

Typical Troubleshooting Job Plan Development

  • identify troubleshooting step sequence
  • prepare procedures
  • documentation and follow-up
  • regulatory requirements
  • training

Typical Electrical Drawings and Symbols

  • Single line and Symbols
  • Control wiring
  • Distribution

Electrical Equipment: Troubleshooting and Maintenance

  • Transformer Components and Troubleshooting
  • Maintenance of Electric Motors
  • Power Electronics and Pulse width Modulation Invertors
  • AC Machine Components and Problem Solving
  • Synchronous Generators
  • Generator Maintenance and Troubleshooting
  • Variable Speed Drives

Cabling

  • Cable Fault Locating
  • External Influences
  • Compatibility of Equipment
  • SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition)

FOR WHOM: Industrial, commercial and institutional electrical maintenance personnel, plant electricians, electrical testing technicians, testing engineers, electrical technologists, plant managers, operating and maintenance personnel and all individuals involved in electrical equipment maintenance, testing and commissioning

DATE:  20th – 22nd April, 2022

  19th – 21st October, 2022

 

Objective

Accurate troubleshooting and subsequent repair of electrical equipment is necessary in today’s sophisticated industrial environments to ensure continued efficient operation and productivity of the equipment. To develop a structured approach to electrical troubleshooting using common terminology and to provide troubleshooting methods and solutions for various electrical equipment and control systems problems. To develop a better understanding of various test equipment used in electrical troubleshooting.

  • To develop a better understanding of various electrical equipment and control systems design, functionality and failure modes.
  • To better understand work practices, which allow for successful troubleshooting including job plans.
  • To provide examples of successful troubleshooting techniques and ‘hands on’ experiences plus case studies and group problem solving exercises.

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