Month: June 2014

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Transmission Protection- Module 2

REF 13203

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Test your knowledge on transmission protections (Module 1)
  2. In-depth study of principles of protection for electrical distribution and transmission High Voltage and Extra High Voltage
  3. Master the latest technologies of the market

The program of this training is the following:

Overview

  • > Topology and architecture of transmission and distribution network
  • > Short-circuit currents in-depth study

Neutral system

  • > Presentation of the different modes of earthing
  • > Influence on the fault current
  • > Standards
  • > Comparative study of different neutral systems with their advantages and disadvantages
  • > Criteria for choosing a neutral system

Specific applications for transmission networks

  • > Circuit breaker failure, recloser
  • > Synchronism
  • > Swing power
  • > Fuse
  • > Wiring supervision
  • > Trigger circuit supervision

Transformers and busbar protection in-depth study
Presentation of the products on the market (SCHNEIDER,
ABB, SIEMENS, SEL, ALSTOM, GE)

Duration: 5 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

 

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Transmission Protection- Module 3

REF 13204

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Become an expert on power plants (Thermal, Renewable) protection
  2. Become an expert on transmission and distribution protection (HV and EHV)
  3. Become an expert on industrial power systems protection
  4. Master the latest technologies of the market

The program of this training is the following:

Overview
Alternator protection in-depth study
Protection and selectivity

  • > Roles and impact of selectivity
  • > Examples of selectivity studies

Network stability

  • > Definition
  • > Resetting
  • > Load shedding

The current and voltage transformers

  • > Operating principles
  • > Choice of transformers

Presentation of the products on the market (SCHNEIDER,
ABB, SIEMENS, SEL, ALSTOM)

Case study: Complete of a selectivity study

 

Duration: 5 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Transmission Protection Module 1

REF 13202

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Understand the principles of protection for power  plants (thermal, renewable)
  2. Understand the principles of protection for distribution and transmission network (HV and EHV)
  3. Understand the principles of protection for an industrial power systems
  4. Master the latest technologies of the market

Nous vous proposons le programme suivant:

Overview

  • > Network architecture, substations, protection systems
  • > Definition of a short-circuit current
  • > Definition of a neutral system
  • > Definition of a protection plan
  • > Fundamentals of protection relay operation

Protections overview

  • > Transformer protection
  • > Overhead lines protection
  • > Underground cable protection
  • > Diagram and controls
  • > Differential line protection

Presentation of the products on the market

  • > SCHNEIDER
  • > ABB
  • > SIEMENS
  • > SEL
  • > ALSTOM
  • > GE

Duration: 5 jours

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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LV Electrical Safety

REF 14101

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Know the standards related to electrical hazards
  2. Understand the meanings of safety electrical authority and the levels of authorization

The program of this training is the following:

Overview

  • > Standard
  • > Player and responsibility
  • > Electrical hazards and examples
  • > Level of authorization
  • > LV equipment

NF C 18-510

  • > Conditions
  • > Safety distances in LV
  • > Electrical and non-electrical operation
  • > Interventions, measurements, tests
  • > Electrical lockouts

Protection

  • > Presentation of safety equipment
  • > Electrical injuries
  • > Burns

Practical work and final evaluation

 

Duration: 2 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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HV, MV And LV Electrical Safety

REF 14102

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Know the standards related to electrical hazards
  2. Understand the meanings of safety elctrical authorization and the levels of authorization

The program of this training is the following:

Overview

  • > Standard
  • > Player and responsibility
  • > Electrical hazards and examples
  • > Level of authorization
  • > LV, MV and HV Equipment

NF C 18-510

  • > Conditions
  • > Safety distances in LV , MV and HV
  • > Electrical and non-electrical operation
  • > Interventions, measurements, tests
  • > Electrical lockouts

Protection

  • > Presentation of safety equipment
  • > Electrical injuries
  • > Burns

Practical work and final evaluation

Duration: 4 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Electrical Safety Regulation

REF 14103

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Be aware of electrical hazards
  2. Understand the regulations
  3. Know the safety required equipments
  4. Select the required levels of security authorization for the staff

The program of this training is the following:

Electrical hazards and preventive measures

  • > Origin of electrical accidents
  • > Management of electrical hazard
  • > Tools to prevent electrical shock
  • > Electrical equipment, measuring instruments and accessories
  • > PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and safety equipment

Legislation and regulation

  • > Standards and legislation
  • > Employers and employees liability
  • > Mandatory documentation

Standards NF C 18-510

  • > Levels of authorizations and roles of each actor
  • > Certification:: award, maintain and renewal process
  • > Electrical lockouts
  • > Safety distances in HV, MV and LV
  • > Electrical and non-electrical operations
  • > Interventions, measurements and tests

 

Duration: 1 day

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Transmission Networks Protection

REF 13201

The objectif of this training are:

Understand the principles of protection for :
• industrial networks
• distribution networks
• transmission networks
• power plants

The program of this training is the following:

Overview

  • > Network architecture, substations, protection systems
  • > Definition of a short-circuit current
  • > Definition of a neutral system
  • > Definition of a protection plan

Protections overview

  • > Overcurrent protection
  • > Transformer protection
  • > Busbars protection
  • > Distance protection
  • > Line protection
  • > Motor protection
  • > Protection of alternators

Current and voltage transformers

  • > Technical constraints
  • > Choose the right transformer

Introduction to control systems
Case Study: Study of a protection plan

 

Duration: 4 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Certification : Non Electrical work

REF 14104

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Be aware of electrical hazards
  2. Analyze risks by type and environment
  3. Provide a safe environment to perform non-electrical work
  4. Electrical certification: B0-BS-H0-H0V

The program of this training is the following:

Overview

  • > Standard and legislation
  • > Actors and responsibility
  • > Electrical hazards and examples
  • > Levels of certification
  • > Equipment HV, MV and LV
  • > Definition of working areas

NF C 18-510

  • > Conditions
  • > Safety distances in LV and HV
  • > Electrical and non-electrical operations
  • > Electrical lockouts
  • > Interventions, measurements, tests, verifications

Fires and accidents on / or near structures

  • > APR (Alert, Protect, Rescue)
  • > Fire in an electrical environment

Workers Know How and site manager

  • > Authorization and prohibitions levels B0-H0-H0V
  • > Implementation and monitoring of the working areas
  • > Risk analysis and the safety instructions

 

Duration: 2 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Maintenance Technologies for PLC M340

REF 13117

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Resume fundamentals of PLC
  2. Present maintenance methodologies of a PLC Premium/M340
  3. Provide a methodology for failure analysis (detection, analysis, scenarios of resolution, troubleshooting)

The program of this training is the following:

Module 1: Introduction to industrial automation

  • > Presentation of the components of an automate
  • > The different types of electronic sensors
  • > Electric motors and variable speed drive
  • > PLC Master / Slave
  • > Programming terminal
  • > Components of the operative part
  • > Components of the control section

Module 2: Maintenance and diagnostics on a M340

  • > Definition of maintenance levels
  • > Overview of programming languages
  • > Maintenance Level 1 PLC: M340
  • > Current trends in industrial automation
  • > The Unity Pro and Vijeo software

Module 3: Detection of a fault

  • > Demonstration of failure
  • > Risk analysis
  • > Functional chain

  • > List of failure modes
  • > Test methodology
  • > Troubleshooting and reporting

 

Duration: 15 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

 

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Smart Grids

REF 15101

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Define the concept of Smart Grid
  2. Understand the role of Smart Grid
  3. Understand the impact of Smart Grid on existing networks
  4. Discover latest applications and projects in the United States and Europe

The program of this training is the following:

Definition of «Smart Grid»

  • > Reminder on transmission and distribution of electricity
  • > Reminder on control systems
  • > Reminder on information technology and

Telecommunications

  • > Bidirectional information flow
  • > Real time in electricity
  • > Market players

The structure of the Smart Grid

  • > Smart Grid architectures
  • > Centralization or distribution
  • > Impact on efficiency
  • > Network stability

Applications

  • > Integration of renewable energies
  • > Electricity storage
  • > Electric vehicles
  • > The «eco-cities»’s concept

Examples of projects

  • > In the United States
  • > In Europe

Duration: 2 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Photovoltaic Energy: Fundamentals

REF 15102

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Resume solar energy fondamentals
  2. Discover techniques of installation
  3. Know how to connect to the network
  4. Size the system
  5. Build a business plan
  6. Master safety standards

The program of this training is the following:

Overview

  • > European market
  • > Legislation and evolution

Principle of solar energy

  • > Conversion of energy
  • > Electrical components
  • > Use of solar energy
  • > Technologies comparison

Installation and connection

  • > Mounting and sealing
  • > Security
  • > Connections

Sizing methodology

  • > Sunlight measurement
  • > Power balance
  • > Tilt and orientation of panels
  • > Calculation of PV systems

Financial perspectives

  • > Pricing
  • > Business plan and financing
  • > Insurance

Duration: 2 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Photovoltaic Energy: HV Connection

REF 15103

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Master the fundamentals of solar energy
  2. Understand the phenomena of electrical disturbance on a network
  3. Select electrical equipments for injection following NF C13 100 HT & NF C 13-200
  4. Operate and maintain an HV facility

The program of this training is the following:

Overview of HV and MV installations characteristics

  • > Presentation of the NF C 13-100 and 13-200
  • > The architecture of a MV network
  • > MV equipment
  • > Line diagrams
  • > Power balance

The distribution of electric energy

  • > MV connections
  • > Criteria to evaluate a MV / LV substation.
  • > Earthing of MV / LV substation

Choice of equipments and power lines

  • > Constraints of voltage and current
  • > Selection and calculation of busbar
  • > Determination of the coefficients according to NF C 13-100, NF C 13-200 and UTE C13-205
  • > Principle of reactive power compensation in MV
  • > The concept of fault current phase-earth in MV

 

Duration: 3 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Wind Farms

REF 15104

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Implement a measurements system on a wind farm
  2. Define the different components of a wind turbine
  3. Master the maintenance of a wind farm
  4. Operate a wind farm

The program of this training is the following:

Architecture of a wind turbine:

  • > Concept of aerodynamic
  • > Pressure coefficient
  • > Speeds and pressures measurement
  • > Layer concept,
  • > Blades control
  • > Speed multiplier and braking
  • > Coupling vibration
  • > Guidance System
  • > Datas acquisition and analysis software

Implementation and operation of wind farms

  • > Legislation and standards
  • > Site research, access and wind potential
  • > Data acquisition, processing and simulation
  • > Business plan
  • > Environement compliance
  • > Project management and security

Operation and maintenance

  • > Injection on the network
  • > Basics of operation
  • > Basics of maintenance

 

Duration: 3 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Diagnosis of LV Electrical Systems

REF 13116

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Understand the objectives of standards and controls
  2. Learn to perform measurements
  3. Analyze these measures
  4. Find solutions to problems

The program of this training is the following:

Earthing systems

  • > Overview and purpose
  • > Earthing system TT, TN and IT

Soil resistivity

  • > The values of resistivity
  • > Method of measurement

Earth measurement

  • > Methods
  • > Normative values
  • > The methods of measurement
  • > Application to earthing system
  • > Couplings

Insulation measurement

  • > Standards
  • > Isolation
  • > Guard circuit
  • > Live insulation measurement

 

Duration: 3 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

 

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Electrical Fire In An HV/MV Substation

REF 16101

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Share with others to prevent future incident
  2. Learn a rigorous method of analysis
  3. Discover mistakes in design and operation of the system
  4. Introduce best practices for the design of an industrial networks
  5. Present a method to assess financial damages

The program of this training is the following:

France, May 2002. The industrial site Almatis, a
substation 110 KV/10 KV suddenly catch fire.

  • > The protection relays and control mechanisms breakers
    fed by a UPS system and associated batteries were
    supposed to secure the installation.
  • > The damages are considerable and generate a dramatic
    operating loss for the site.
  • > Check out the photos of the incident and the first
    evidences to start your analysis.
  • > During the workshop, and based on new information
    provided by our expert, you can then share your analysis
    and defend your position.

 

Duration: 1 day

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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At The Heart Of The Black Out

REF 16102

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Share with others to prevent future incident
  2. Learn a rigorous method of analysis
  3. Discover mistakes in design and operation of the system
  4. Introduce best practices for the design of an industrial networks
  5. Present a method to assess financial damages

The program of this training is the following:

Germany, 2006. In the early evening, a power outage
knocked out electricity to nearly 15 million European
consumers.

  • > Operating losses are dramatic and some cities and
    industries were facing a very serious situation.
  • > Check out the photos of the network, minute by minute
    and the first evidences to start your analysis.
    > During the workshop, and based on new information
    provided by our expert, you can then share your analysis
    and defend your position.
  • > Finally, your team will propose technical options to
    ensure the smooth operation of the network and value
    the overall cost of the black out.

 

Duration: 1 day

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Crisis Situation In A Wind Farm

REF 16103

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Share with others to prevent future incident
  2. Learn a rigorous method of analysis
  3. Discover mistakes in design and operation of the system
  4. Introduce best practices for the design of an industrial networks
  5. Present a method to assess financial damages

The program of this training is the following:

Denmark, January 2008. A wind turbine, out of control,
explodes violently damaging its structure and endangering
the maintenance teams and the observers: parts of the
turbine were found on more than 500 meters.


France, September 2013. A sudden wind turbine caught
fire and burned almost completely.

  • > Check out the photos and the first evidence to start your
    analysis of the two incidents.
  • > During the workshop, and based on new information
    provided by our expert, you can then share your analysis
    and defend your position.
  • > Finally, your team will propose technical modifications
    to ensure the smooth operation of the wind farm and site
    security, then you will evaluate the cost of the incident and
    quote each of the proposed solutions.

 

Duration: 1 day

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

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Double Incidents On An Industrial Power GRID

REF 16104

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Share with others to prevent future incident
  2. Learn a rigorous method of analysis
  3. Discover mistakes in design and operation of the system
  4. Introduce best practices for the design of an industrial networks
  5. Present a method to assess financial damages

The program of this training is the following:

France, October 2012. On an industrial site, two
simultaneous incidents lead to the separation of two
priority units and the triggering of the autonomous
sources supplying these units. We should noticed
that the industrial site, commissioned in the 50s has
undergone many changes in its electrical network and its
source of energy supply.

  • > Check out photos of the site and the first evidences to
    start your analysis of the two incidents.
  • > During the workshop, and based on new information
    provided by our expert, you can then share your analysis
    and defend your position.
  • > Finally, your team will propose technical modifications
    to be made to ensure grid stability and redundancy of
    source of energy, then you will evaluate the cost of the
    incident and quote each of the proposed solutions.

 

Duration: 1 day

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

HV Systems Operation

REF 13101

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Understand the key points to operate an HV substation
  2. Control the operation and handling of HV equipments
  3. Discover systems that ensure the continuity of service of an electrical network

The program of this training is the following:

Overview of an HV substation

  • > Mechanical and electrical hazards
  • > Facility operating players
  • > Documents required for the operation
  • > Safety related to facilities operation

HV and LV equipment

  • > Single-line diagrams
  • > Operating mechanisms
  • > Power transformer
  • > Automatic permutation
  • > Features and functions of LV switchgear

Continuity of service

  • > UPS
  • > Generators
  • > Coupling of synchronous machines

Maintenance

  • > Maintenance guide
  • > Maintenance of HV equipments
  • > Maintenance of power transformers

 

Duration: 3 days

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr

 

 

 

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Industrial Incidents And Capacitor Bank

REF 16105

The objectives of this training are:

  1. Share with others to prevent future incident
  2. Learn a rigorous method of analysis
  3. Discover mistakes in design and operation of the system
  4. Introduce best practices for the design of an industrial networks
  5. Present a method to assess financial damages

The program of this training is the following:

France, 2013. On an industrial site, a fault in a capacitor
bank affected the proper operation of the site and
significantly increased the electricity bill of the operator.

  • > Check out the photos of the site and the first evidences
    to start your analysis of this incident.
  • > During the workshop, and based on new information
    provided by our expert, you can then share your analysis
    and defend your position.
  • > Finally, your team will propose technical modifications
    to be made to solve the problem and you will evaluate
    the cost of the incident and quote each of the proposed
    solutions.

 

Duration: 1 day

For more information please contact info@wlenergy.fr or  http://www.wlenergy.fr