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The course is certified by SIEMENS and consists of the following:

Training Objectives
In the first week of training characteristics and components of a typical Oil & Gas network as well as topics of studies are discussed, e.g. load flow, short circuit, motor start, voltage and frequency stability, protection settings coordination, and typical setting report. Based on a real-life example, industrial network design topics like network structure, reliability of supply, protection concept, contingency analysis, and load shedding analysis are presented in order to provide a proper response to minimize consequences of faults. Calculation tools are used to simulate short circuits, motor starts, motor reacceleration etc. In the second week of training practical exercises with Siemens’ over current and differential protection relays for line, transformer, and motor equipment within the real-life industrial network example are executed. The trainees are taught to interpret and analyze an incident by using available fault records.

Target Audience
This training is directed at plant protection engineers, who would like to increase their analytical and practical skills for system protection.

Prerequisites
University degree in protection engineering.

Duration 10 days

Main features
Theoretical training content (Part 1)
Protection concept and settings coordination principles

  • Power supply reliability
  • Network structures
  • Load flow and contingencies analysis
  • Short circuit analysis for phase & earth faults
  • Current transformer dimensioning
  • Over current-time protection
  • Distance protection
  • Differential protection
  • Frequency protection
  • Motor protection
  • Transformer protection
  • Cable and overhead line protection
  • IEC 61850 / GOOSE Theory fundamentals such as data model and services

DIGSI® 4 operating and evaluation software:

  • How to set up a project structure in Project Manager
  • How to get and set a relay parameters in Device Manager
  • How to go online and work online
  • How to change settings – with DIGSI® and relay front port
  • How to feed back setting changes to the planning department
  • How to do maintenance with DIGSI®

Over current protection device 7SJ relay:

  • Ordering information and accessories
  • Scope of functions
  • Overall operation hardware and connections
  • Doing sample settings and settings discussion
  • Information configuration matrix for input/output/internal signals
  • Measurement supervision, fault interpretation by using SIGRA®
  • Hands-on training with 7SJ relays, DIGSI®, SIGRA® with using secondary test equipment (e.g. omicron) to produce faults such as single phase, two phase and3 three phase faults (short circuits) with low and with high current.
  • Hands-on training with 7SJ relays, DIGSI®, SIGRA® with using secondary test equipment (e. g. OMICRON) to produce faults like: motor start (rotor blocked, starting time supervision), overloaded motor and cable.

Differential protection device 7SD and 7UT relays:

  • Ordering information and accessories
  • Scope of functions
  • Overall operation hardware and connections
  • Doing sample settings and settings discussion
  • Information configuration matrix for input/output/internal signals
  • Measurement supervision, fault interpretation by using SIGRA®
  • Hands-on training with 7SD / 7UT relays, DIGSI®, SIGRA® and Test equipment with using secondary test equipment e.g. OMICRON) to produce faults such as internal and external faults and analyze them.
  • Establish and use the "WEB Monitor"

Final discussion:

  • Typical report and settings
  • How to set protection devices in accordance to the typical setting report, as taught in the first week of training

Price available upon request


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