114 The Terrace
This course covers the major decisions required in the design of a high voltage substation, focusing on those substations which use conventional outdoor equipment. Many of the same principles apply to the emerging use of various forms of gas-insulated and modular switchgear - especially in developing economic layouts and taking advantage of the facilities now available in secondary systems. The emphasis in this module however will be on developing economic network substations using separate switchgear, current transformers, voltage transformers and busbars in outdoor configurations.
Many people in different technical disciplines will contribute to the final design, and this course cannot cover them all. As described in the title "Introduction to Substation Design", only the following basic topics will be covered:
- Substation site selection and substation plant configuration
- Electrical Layouts, arrangements and configurations
- Civil Design and Environmental Considerations
- Insulation coordination
- Earthing and Earth Grid Testing
- Lightning protection
- Project management and construction
- Circuitry and secondary systems
- Testing and commissioning
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Course Venue and Timings
The Terrace Conference Centre, 114 The Terrace, Wellington
- Wednesday 21st November 2018 - The course starts at 8.30 am and finishes at 4.30 pm
- Thursday 9th March 2017 - The course starts at 8.30 am and finishes at 4.30 pm
- Friday 10th March 2017 - The course starts at 8.30 am and finishes at 12.00 o'clock
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Course Costs and Confirmation
The cost for EEA Members and staff of Corporate Members is $2150.00+gst and Non-Member is $2450.00+gst. This course is subject to a minimum number of attendees and will only be confirmed once these numbers are reached. Feedback from industry delegates to this particular course has indicated that many regarded this course as being among the best of their training experiences.
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