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Electrical Engineering Practices For Facilities Engineer Training

BMC Training provides a training course in Electrical Engineering Practices For Facilities Engineer in Electrical and Power Engineering Training

Course Title
Venue
Start Date
End Date
  • Kuala Lumpur
    14 - 10 - 2018
    18 - 10 - 2018
  • Istanbul
    7 - 10 - 2018
    11 - 10 - 2018
  • Muscat
    14 - 10 - 2018
    18 - 10 - 2018
  • London
    18 - 11 - 2018
    22 - 11 - 2018
  • Dubai
    25 - 11 - 2018
    29 - 11 - 2018
  • Paris
    18 - 11 - 2018
    22 - 11 - 2018
  • Kuala Lumpur
    2 - 12 - 2018
    6 - 12 - 2018
  • Istanbul
    23 - 12 - 2018
    27 - 12 - 2018
  • Muscat
    2 - 12 - 2018
    6 - 12 - 2018
  • London
    27 - 1 - 2019
    31 - 1 - 2019
  • Dubai
    6 - 1 - 2019
    10 - 1 - 2019
  • Paris
    27 - 1 - 2019
    31 - 1 - 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur
    10 - 2 - 2019
    14 - 2 - 2019
  • Istanbul
    3 - 2 - 2019
    7 - 2 - 2019
  • Muscat
    10 - 2 - 2019
    14 - 2 - 2019
  • London
    17 - 3 - 2019
    21 - 3 - 2019
  • Dubai
    24 - 3 - 2019
    28 - 3 - 2019
  • Paris
    17 - 3 - 2019
    21 - 3 - 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur
    7 - 4 - 2019
    11 - 4 - 2019
  • Istanbul
    28 - 4 - 2019
    2 - 5 - 2019
  • Muscat
    7 - 4 - 2019
    11 - 4 - 2019
  • London
    12 - 5 - 2019
    16 - 5 - 2019
  • Dubai
    19 - 5 - 2019
    23 - 5 - 2019
  • Paris
    12 - 5 - 2019
    16 - 5 - 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur
    23 - 6 - 2019
    27 - 6 - 2019
  • Istanbul
    2 - 6 - 2019
    6 - 6 - 2019
  • Muscat
    23 - 6 - 2019
    27 - 6 - 2019
  • London
    7 - 7 - 2019
    11 - 7 - 2019
  • Dubai
    28 - 7 - 2019
    1 - 8 - 2019
  • Paris
    7 - 7 - 2019
    11 - 7 - 2019
  • Kuala Lumpur
    18 - 8 - 2019
    22 - 8 - 2019
  • Istanbul
    11 - 8 - 2019
    15 - 8 - 2019
  • Muscat
    18 - 8 - 2019
    22 - 8 - 2019
  • London
    22 - 9 - 2019
    26 - 9 - 2019
  • Dubai
    1 - 9 - 2019
    5 - 9 - 2019
  • Paris
    22 - 9 - 2019
    26 - 9 - 2019

Course Description

This course applies Electrical Engineering principles to oil and gas facilities design and operation and requires some prior experience. Electrical Engineering principles are reinforced through the use of individual and team problem solving exercises, one-line diagram coordination, interpretation, and class discussions of interfaces between facilities engineers, contractors and maintenance personnel.

Participants gain additional understanding of electrical equipment requirements for facilities and what is important to the Electrical discipline.

Course Objectives

  • Key principles in project management for electrical projects including basics, front end loading, scope definition, brown-field vs. green-field, engineering deliverables, roles and responsibilities,
    project planning, risk analysis and management, cost estimating, and procurement, construction, contractor and supplier management
  • Standards and recommended practices through an introduction to ANSI, API, CSA, CFR, IEC, IEEE, IES, ISA, NEMA, NFPA, AND UL
  • Electrical distribution systems including background, planning, voltage selection, and system protection
  • How to select, maintain and control DC and AC motors
  • The characteristics, properties, insulation, shielding, jacketing, short circuit capabilities, and references of wires and cables
  • Transformers which include operation, models, types, components, turns and voltage ratios, connections, losses, efficiency, ratings, application, selection, and safety
  • Medium and low voltage switchgear and motor control centers including specifications, maintenance, and distribution
  • Topics in faults and circuit protection including sensing devices, fuses, direct tripping devices, protective relaying, relaying schemes, major equipment protection, and system relay coordination
  • Distribution, construction, fuses, circuit breakers, disconnects, grounding, types, and ratings of switchboards and panels
  • The systems and requirements of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and emergency power in addition to an overview of generator set, ATSs, and batteries
  • Fault protection, system grounding philosophy, ungrounded systems, grounded systems, bonding, ignition sources, bonding techniques, separately derived systems, performance, and substation grounding
  • About North American and International classifications of hazardous areas in addition to NEC and IEC comparisons, extension of zones, equipment certification, and equipment protection methods

Course Outlines

  • Electrical project management
  • Standards and recommended practices
  • Distribution systems
  • Motors
  • Wire and cable
  • Transformers
  • Switchgear
  • Motor control centers
  • Switchboards and panels
  • Electrical faults (short circuits) and circuit protection
  • UPS and emergency power
  • Electrical system ground and bonding
  • Hazardous area classification

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