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Introduction into Power Quality, Voltage Dips and Short Interruptions PQ01

Teacher Fanica Vatra

Description

POWER QUALITY

Power Quality; costs, voltage dips and short interruptions. The introduction to a series of 10 courses on power quality.

The course should take between 12 to 20 hours for participants with an electrical engineering background.

The course (PQ01) is open for self-registration. Successful completion of the course leads to a certificate of accomplishment issued by Leonardo ENERGY & SIER, in cooperation with 5 academic partners.

Contents

1. Introduction to Power Quality

1.1.- Defining Power Quality & EMC
1.2.- Electromagnetic disturbances affecting the power quality
1.3.- Cost of Poor Power Quality
1.4.- The Susceptibility of Equipment. Compatibility Levels.
1.5.- Generalities on measurement methods and aggregation of power quality parameters

2. Voltage dips and short interruptions

2.1.-Description of disturbances. Sources.
2.2.- Effects of voltage dips and short interruptions
2.3.- Mitigation methods and solutions
2.4.- Measurements
2.5.- Methods of analysis
2.6.- Standardization
2.7.- Contract

Prepared by: Ph.D. Fănică Vatră, Prof. Ph.D. Petru Postolache, Ph.D. Ana Poida
from S.I.E.R. - SOCIETY OF POWER ENGINEERS IN ROMANIA

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Target Audience

The course is dedicated to technical managers, engineers and technicians who wish to understand main aspects of power quality and want to acquire knowledge which will allow to mitigate power quality problems .

Prerequisites

To attend the course the knowledge of fundamentals of electrical engineering is required. Technical background and sometimes competencies in economics, standardization and regulation are preferable.

Certification

To complete the course and get the certificate it is required to receive the grade of minimum 75% out of all tests in the course.

Duration (hours)

30