Electric Power Substations Training System (8010-K)

The Electric Power Substations Training System introduces students to the operation of electric power substations. It begins by covering the main components of substations: buses, circuit breakers, and disconnecting switches. The training system then fully describes and presents both advantages and disadvantages of two switching schemes commonly implemented in substations: the single-bus scheme and the double-bus, single-breaker scheme.

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Features & Benefits

  • The course curriculum of the Electric Power Technology Training Program is highly flexible and allows a multitude of different customized training solutions.
  • The courseware includes student manuals and instructor guides with all the theory required to perform the hands-on experiments.
  • All workstations, modules, and components are sturdy and protected against electrical damage to ensure a prolonged service life in a demanding environment such as a training laboratory.
  • The modular design approach of the training equipment allows a large variety of courses to be performed using a small number of modules, without unnecessary duplication of equipment.
  • All electrical components can be interconnected without electric shock hazard since all live parts of the connection leads are concealed and insulated.
  • All electrical symbols representing the components used in a laboratory exercise are clearly silk-screened on the front panel of the modules.
  • Top of the line data acquisition and control interface designed for learning purposes.

Topic Coverage

  • Design Factor of Electric Power Substation
  • High-Voltage Disconnecting Switches and Circuit Breakers
  • Single-Bus Scheme: Reliability, Components, Operation, Interlocking, …
  • Double Bus, Single Breaker Scheme: Reliability, Components, Operation, Interlocking, …

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