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Best Earthing Practices and Safety Measures - EHV Grid Stations and Transmission Network bACK

Learning Outcomes

  • Capability to plan and undertake installation of Earthing System.
  • Ability to undertake testing and maintenance of Earthing System.
  • Understanding and application of code of practices, standards and design specifications for earthing of EHV Lines, EHV Cables and Grid Equipment.
  • Ensuring Safety through effective Earthing System.

Note: TPSDI reserves the right to cancel or reschedule training at any time

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  • Personnel from Power Utilities, Power Generation, transmission companies & industries and Consultants responsible for engineering, commissioning, operation and Maintenance of substations
  • Importance and types of Earthing Systems.
  • Distinguishing between Earthing, Grounding and Bonding
  • Earth Resistivity, Soil Resistivity and its influence on Earthing System Design.
  • Design aspects of Earthing System - Earth Electrode, Earth Conductor and Earth Mat.
  • Applicable Standards and Code of Practices and critical design parameters.
  • Measurement of Earth Resistance and Soil Resistance.
  • Methods to improve Earth Resistance.
  • Earthing System for EHV Line protection.
  • Lightning protection.
  • Earthing System for EHV Cable
  • Discussions on Case studies.
24 hours spread over 3 days