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OTSEETM001 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, TROUBLESHOOTING & MAINTENANCE - Electrical
OTSEETM001 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, TROUBLESHOOTING & MAINTENANCE Electrical
Time & Location
03 Jul, 09:00 – 07 Jul, 17:00
Osborne Engineering LLC., Unnamed Road - جبل عليمنطقة جبل علي الحرة - دبي - United Arab Emirates
About the Event
Electrical Equipment Troubleshooting and Maintenance (Ref:OTSEETM001) Course Objectives
To gain an understanding of the electrical equipment and their maintenance and to use troubleshooting methods.
This course covers the fundamentals and techniques of troubleshooting and maintenance of electrical equipment and connections. It reviews state of the art practices in the maintenance of power substations, motors and fault protection systems. Actual maintenance problems are introduced for group discussions. Participants are invited to bring their equipment problems to the course.
Who Should Attend
This course has been designed for maintenance mechanics and plant electricians responsible for performing day-to-day servicing and repairing of a company’s electrical equipment. This course will also benefit plant and maintenance engineers, and process engineers. In addition personnel involved in plant operation and design as well as engineering contractor equipment specialists, should also find the course beneficial.
All Attendees should have a sound power generation and electrical background. Course Outcome
At the end of this course you will be able to analyse and maintain electrical equipment. Course Outline Day 1
Fundamentals of Electrical Maintenance Overview of typical power systems Drawing, diagrams and symbols
Review of basic laws – Ohms Law, resistance, capacitance inductance Day 2
Maintenance of Electrical Equipment Power substations and transformers
Switchgear fuses moulded case breakers, low voltage and medium voltage circuit breaker AC Motors DC Motors
Motor control centres Day 3
Understanding the Complete Power Systems Use of capacitors in power factor correction Grounding and grounded fault protection Fundamentals of systems analysis
Field Tests Essential to Planned Maintenance Programmes Identification and review of measurement and test instruments
Methods and interpretation of insulation testing Current injection testing of circuit breakers Low resistance measurements
Developing a Sound maintenance Programme Record Keeping
When to call in AN EXPERT Day 5
Safety in Electrical Maintenance Proper use of test equipment Safe work practice and procedures
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