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  • DMN1-SP Engineering in Mining - Electrical and Electronic Engineering Drawings

DMN1-SP Engineering in Mining - Electrical and Electronic Engineering Drawings

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Installing a safe electrical system begins with a well-planned electrical drawing. Standard symbols and lines are used to represent the different types of material, raceways, conduits, and circuit connections. Computer Aided Drafting methods are used to prepare these drawings. Reading and interpreting these drawings accurately is therefore an important skill for technical staff. 
This course is designed to help students to understand the electrical lay out drawings of single line, schematic, connection and inter-connection diagrams including logic drawings. 

After completing this course, students will have a comprehensive knowledge on preparing neat and accurate electrical engineering drawings for industrial power and control applications.

WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS COURSE?

  • Electrical Engineers
  • Electricians
  • Installation and maintenance technicians
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Operations Engineers
  • Process Engineers
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Process Operators
  • Production Managers
  • Project Managers
  • System Integrators

COURSE OUTLINE
DRAWINGS-RELEVANCE TO ENGINEERING

  • Various stage of working
  • Standards and their necessity
  • Standards in drawing office
  • CAD system management

ELECTRICAL LAYOUT DRAWINGS

  • Types of electrical layout drawings
  • Area classification drawings
  • Wiring diagram
  • Recommended sheet size verses drawing type

SYMBOLOGY REQUIRED FOR VARIOUS TYPES OF DRAWING

  • Symbol asper electro-technology standards
  • Use of non-standard symbols
  • Mining group

HAZARDOUS AREA ZONE

  • Intrinsic safety systems
  • Hazardous area Electrical equipment marking
  • Ingress protection IP & NEMA

SINGLE LINE DRAWING

  • Advantage of Single line drawing
  • Information provide in single line
  • Difference between single line and 3-line diagram
  • Application of SLD
  • Common terms associate with single line diagram

PURPOSE OF SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

  • Power and Control circuit diagram
  • Example of simple schematic diagram
  • Commonly used symbols
  • Application of schematic diagrams
  • Cross reference between coils and contacts

LOGIC DIAGRAMS

  • Solid state logic circuits
  • Sections of the control logic circuit
  • What are logic gates?
  • Logic diagram for Solenoid valve circuit
  • Logic diagram for pump start/stop and indication circuit

PURPOSE OF CABLING AND WIRING DRAWING

  • Wiring diagrams
  • Difference between cabling and wiring diagrams
  • Cabling system diagram

PURPOSE OF LAYOUT DRAWINGS

  • Convention used for Layout drawings
  • Layout drawing of Pulse power supply
  • Types of Earthing systems
  • P & ID drawing in mining

INTRODUCTION TO CAD

  • Capabilities of CAD
  • Evolution of CAD
  • Fuel gas booster compressor
  • 3D models to CAM

USE OF SYMBOL AND SYMBOL LIBRARIES

  • Symbol attributes
  • Automated bill of material generation from CAD
  • Concepts of Layer

DRAWING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

  • Planning and assigning of drawings
  • CAD drawing guidelines
  • Need for drawing numbering standards
  • Drawing process flow
  • Revision control and ownership of drawing
  • Comments and their marking

Investment

Plan Name Investment
Unlimited Access for 2 Years: US$ 249

Instructor

John Lawrence

B.Sc (Hons) M.Sc B.Com (Hons)

 

John is an accomplished and practising Project Manager who has been involved in the mining and oil industries, banking, investment and finance sectors for over 25 years. His extensive Project Management skills have been acquired through various contrasting project types - application development projects, company infrastructure set-up in multi-million dollar technical and mining evaluation systems, IT component company relocations and strategy development.

His adaptive approach to Project Management has proven invaluable to numerous clients - from hands-on to a consultancy capacity relative to key prevailing factors. He has a strong belief in Post Project Reviews and feeding this experience back into new projects. John is particularly enthusiastic about the opportunity in using software tools to improve the management of projects - both engineering and IT based.

In the past 10 years John has concentrated on the areas of Project Management and Technical training with a number of European and North American based companies. His individual style of training and successful transfer of information methods have made him a highly sought after instructor. An inspiring and professional instructor, you will benefit from and enjoy John’s presentations, including Project Management, Technical and Specification Writing, Data Communications and Networking.

 

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