Reactive Power Compensation and Voltage Control Training – Hands-on
The reactive power compensation and voltage control training course simply helps you to understand the physical meaning of reactive power, fundamentals of reactive power compensations, different solutions for reactive power compensation, concept of harmonics and voltage stability.
By taking the reactive power compensation and voltage control training course you will be able to recognize the difference between load compensation and line compensation, difference between shunt compensation and series compensation, idea of synchronous condensers and power electronic based compensation. Moreover, you will be familiar with the power factor definition, concept of leading, lagging and unity power factor and approaches to correct the power factors (Power Factor Correction (PFC))
Upon completion of the reactive power compensation and voltage control, you will have a sufficient knowledge to understand the main components of reactive power in transmission lines, power transfer levels in transmission lines, voltage regulation, the concept of voltage stability and power transfer limits. Furthermore, you will learn the main approaches to control the voltage in the power system and major concerns regarding the voltage collapse. By taking this course, you will master the compensation theory, and different approaches in compensating the reactive power in transmission lines or loads.
The audience will also learn about:
• Power transfer limits in transmission lines
• Shunt compensation
• Series compensation
• Shunt reactors/capacitors
• Synchronous condensers
• Static VAR compensation
• Static Voltage Controller (SVC)
• Static Compensator (STATCOM)
• Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC)
• Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor (TCSC)
• Series compensation
• Sub-synchronous Resonance (SSR)
• Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)
Finally, the reactive power compensation and voltage control training course will introduce the concept of series compensation and discuss different compensation methods from passive elements to fast power electronic devices. Furthermore, the traditional compensation by series capacitors which will cause the sub-synchronous resonance (SSR) will be covered and solutions will be analyzed.
Duration: 2 days
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Audience / Target Group:
The target audience for this Reactive Power Compensation and Voltage Control Training Course is defined here:
• All individuals who need to understand the reactive power and its compensation.
• Power traders to understand the concept of voltage control, reactive power and load compensation.
• Independent system operator personnel.
• Faculty members from academic institutes who want to teach the reactive power and voltage control course.
• Investors and contractors who plan to make investments in power industry.
• Designers who want to design a system considering all the aspects of stability.
• Professionals in other energy industries.
• Marketing people who need to know the background of the products they sell.
• Electric utility personnel who recently started career in power systems or having new job responsibilities.
• Technicians, operators, and maintenance personnel who are or will be working at industry or power system related companies.
• Managers, accountants, and executives of power system industry.
• Scientist or non-electrical engineers involved in power system related projects or proposals..
Upon completing this Reactive Power Compensation and Voltage Control Training Course, learners will be able to meet these objectives:
• Understand the concept of reactive power
• Explain the voltage regulation in transmission lines
• Explain the compensation theory and different approaches of compensation
• Learn the loading of transmission lines
• Explain the power factor and power factor correction approaches
• Differentiate the passive compensation elements
• Understand the concept of voltage stability
• Recognize the power transfer limit in transmission lines
• Understand the synchronous condensers
• Explain different power electronic based compensation devices
• Recognize the harmonic problem and solutions
• Understand the theory behind the series compensation of transmission lines
• Learn the sub-synchronous resonance
• Conduct the harmonic analysis in power systems
Reactive Power Compensation and Voltage Control Training – Course Syllabus:
The outline of reactive power compensation and voltage control is mentioned in the following which can be revised and tailored to the client’s need:
Definition and physical meaning of reactive power
Why reactive power needed
Fundamentals of reactive power compensation
Methods Adopted For Reactive Power Compensation
Power-electronic based compensation
Power Factor (P.F)
Power factor definition
Leading power factor
Lagging power factor
Unity power factor
Reactive Power In Transmission Lines
Performance of unloaded transmission lines
Power transfer and voltage regulation on transmission lines
Surge impedance loading (SIL)
Power transfer limits
Power electronic based compensations
Static VAR compensation
Static Voltage Controller (SVC)
Static Compensator (STATCOM)
Unified Power Flow Controller (UPFC)
Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor (TCSC)
Series Compensation Of Long Transmission Lines
Definition of sub-synchronous resonance (SSR)
Causes of SSR
Basics of harmonics
Sources of harmonics,
Effect of harmonics
Harmonic analysis and total harmonic distortion.
Solutions for harmonic distortion
Reactive Power Compensation and Voltage Control Training
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