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Co ur se De scr iption

C ourse Objectives

· To understand the complete variety of sub-station design, maintenance and line construction and maintenance · To learn the technical requirements , configuration philosophies, design practices and work processes · To provide an introduction to concerned electrical engineers as well as other engineers related to sub-stations and transmission lines for construction and maintenance work


Design and Construction of High Voltage Transmission Lines and High Voltage Substation for Voltages of 132kV to 330kV

Transmission lines and sub-stations play an important role in the electrical power systems and exercise a vital influence on the reliability of services. Transmission lines are in continuous operation, therefore it is important to have a good design with perfect construction. It should facilitate easy maintenance without or with minimum interruptions. They require high flexibility to cope up with already existing control systems, available space and limited downtime. Working engineers in the field should know the constructional features, maintenance and routine testing of the transmission lines. This course focused on this vital aspect. This course will help the working engineers to work with confidence to ensure continuous supply with complete reliability by minimizing interruptions.

W ho sho uld attend?

· Utility electrical personnel who are responsible for installing, configuring the transmission lines including protection of cables and troubleshooting faults · Electrical maintenance and engineering personnel who wish to gain a better understanding of transmission line protection and the procedures will find the course very useful

In s t r ucto r P r o f ile

Dr Jiries Alatrash has a PhD in electrical engineering from Salford University-U.K in 1988. He worked for Electric Power Company (JEPCO), Amman-Jordan since 1975. He headed the studies department within JEPCO for more than 8 years where his department was responsible for planning, load forecasting, contingency plans, and relay setting and energy losses calculations. Dr. Al-Atrash worked for Philadelphia University since 1991 to 2006, 11 years of them as a head of electrical engineering. He taught the same subjects practiced in JEPCO. Dr Al-Atrash is a chartered engineer in the engineering association (England) since 1994. He is also directed to many short courses in Jordan, Bahrain and United Arab Emirates, in different topics such as planning, load forecasting, protection, maintenance, earthing, quality of supply, major blackouts, electrical installations, substation design , transformer operation and design, reactive power compensation, computation of energy losses and power system analysis (load flow and short circuit calculations). He worked for the university of Arab Emirates-continuing education center from 2004-2006 and then moved to work with TUV- Middle East till now.

5 - 9 June 2011, Amman - Jordan

C ontact :

Ms. Lincy Tel : +971 2 4478500 Email : [email protected]

C o u rse O ut l i ne

Day · · · · · · · · · · · · Day · · · · · · · · Day · · · · · · Day · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · Day · · · · · · · · · · · · · · 1: 132kV to 330kV Transmission Line Design Overview Environmental effects Electricfieldeffects Coronaandmagneticfield Audiblenoise Insulationofcables Insulationdesign Insulator types Cablematerials Linetypesandcharacteristics Insulatortypesandcharacteristics Connectorsandvibrationdampers 2: 132kV to 330kV Transmission Line Calculations Sag-tensioncalculations Calculation of span Conductorsagging Conductorterminationandclipping Wind-inducedmotions Foundations Towergrounding Undergroundtransmissionanddistribution 3: 132kV to 330kV Transmission Line Construction Varioustypesoftowersandfunctions Forceanalysisontransmissionlinestructuresandtowerfoundations Line protection relays Failuremodesoftransmissionlines Repairandmaintenanceoftransmissionlines Safeworkingproceduresandsafetyrules 4: 132kV to 330kV Substation Design Sitegradingdesign Substationgradetypes Drainageanderosionprotection Foundations Slabongrade Pier Piles Accessroads Fence Designtechniques Open air Metalcladswitchgear Gasinsulatedsubstations SF6 Busconfigurations Typesofcommonconfigurations Singlebus Segmentedbus Ringbus Doublebus 5: 132kV to 330kV Substation Construction InsulationandInsulationprotection Clearances Surgearresters Busconductor Electricalpowerbus Rigidandhollowbus GroundingandNeedforgrounding Personal safety Hazardouspotentialsduringfaults Groundgrid Earthresistivity Soilandelectrode Principle equipment Transformers o Core,windingconfiguration o Tapchangers o Specifications Circuit breakers o Designandpurpose o Operatingmechanism o Interrupters o Relayedoperation o Specifications Switches o Operational types o Specifications Ancillary equipment o Potential transformers o Current transformers Substation auxiliary systems o Necessity o AC Station power o DC Station power

C ontact Information

MainOffice TUVAkademieMiddleEast P O Box 46030 AbuDhabi UnitedArabEmirates Tel : +971 2 4478500 Fax : +971 2 4478558 Email:[email protected] Foranyinformationorregistrationforthecourse,you cancontacttheCourseCo-ordinatoratthecontactdetailsmentionedoverleaf.

C ourse Fee

Fee:US$3,690perdelegate Durationofcourse:5days Date:5-9June2011 Location:Amman,Jordan


TUV Akademie Certificate will be issued to all attendees. CourseFeementionedisperdelegate. Avail an attractive 5% discount on course fee if you register30daysbeforecoursestartdate. Courseswillbeconductedduringthedesignateddates ata4staror5starhotelinthedesignatedcity. Paymentstobemadeinadvance.Exactvenueofthe trainingwillbenotifiedtwoweekspriortocoursestart date. Thisrateincludescoursenotes,buffetlunch,coffee/tea onarrival,morningandafternoonofeachday. Accomodationisnotincludedincoursefees.However, any accomodation required can be arranged by TUV Akademieattimeofbooking.


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