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Need for Protection, Fault Types and Effects, Simple Calculation of Short Circuit Currents, System Grounding, Fuses, Relays, Instrument Transformers, Circuit Breakers, Tripping Batteries, Co-ordination by Time Grading, Low Voltage Networks, Mine Underground Distribution Protection, Principles of Unit Protection, Feeder Protection Cable Feeders and Overhead Lines, Transformer Protection, Switchgear (Busbar) Protection, Motor Protection Relays, Generator Protection, Advantages of Unit Protection, Management of Protection
* Increase plant efficiency, performance and safety levels by developing your understanding of power system protection * Gain a practical knowledge of the engineering challenges of power system protection: fault types, component types, relay settings, etc. * Coverage includes both the fundamentals and the basic fault and design calculations needed to specify, use and maintain power protection systems
Mark has compressed a tremendous amount of practical experience in his 15 years of engineering with a wide spectrum of activities from power system protection, telecommunications, power quality and finally fibre optic design and installation. Although one could conclude that as a result "he is a jack of all trades, but master of none", he has demonstrated a significant track record of success in each of these areas in his design and commissioning work. He has specialised in the fibre optic field for the past few years providing solutions from fibre management frames, DWDM, test equipment and fibre management software.
"... provides engineers, field technicians, electricians, and plant operators a better understanding of power system protection systems, and as such could be used for company onsite training as well as individual learning ... it is an outstanding resource for obtaining a quick overview of the basic fundamentals of protection systems commonly used in mainly low and medium voltage power systems." - IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, 2006