Diesel Power Generation Plants with Multiple Machines in Parallel and on the Electrical Power Grid

Country: 
South Africa
Category: 
Electrical Engineering
City: 
Johannesburg
Course Scheduled Number: 
130951
Course start date: 
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
Course end date: 
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
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THE WORKSHOP

The earlier part of the course (Fundamentals of Operation and Troubleshooting of Emergency/Standby Power Generation using Diesel Generators IDC workshop) covered the fundamental principles of the diesel engine-generator set. This part will discuss the need for standby/emergency power generation in industries and the details of engine-based power stations. Achieving large standby capacities would call for multiple generating sets to be operated in parallel and at times synchronised with an external power source. The factors to be considered to achieve proper load sharing and also to safeguard against power grid abnormalities are discussed. A brief description of the engine-based uninterrupted power source is also included.

SubtotalR3,000.00 ZAR
South Africa TaxR420.00 ZAR
PriceR3,420.00 ZAR
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