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Reactive Power Management - Transmission Systems bACK

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the concept of Reactive Power in Power System Management.
  • Understanding role of Reactive Power Management for efficient system operation.
  • Knowledge of Transmission Line design parameters affecting Reactive Power.
  • Understanding applicability of Grid code in Reactive Power Management.
  • Voltage control measures to optimize Reactive Power Flow.
  • Ability to manage O&M of Capacitor Bank and Reactor.

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

TPSDI Shahad

  • To be announced

TPSDI Trombay

  • To be announced

TPSDI Jojobera

  • To be announced

TPSDI Mundra

  • To be announced

TPSDI Maithon

  • To be announced

  • Personnel from Power Utilities, Power Generation, transmission companies & industries and Consultants responsible for engineering, commissioning, operation and Maintenance of substations
  • Basics of reactive power in AC and DC circuits.
  • Understanding mechanism for generation and absorption of Reactive Power in Transmission network.
  • Factors affecting power transfer capacity in EHV network and measures to control.
  • Static and Dynamic control of reactive power.
  • Salient features of Flexible AC Transmission System (FACT) and Static Var Compensation (SVC) in transmission network.
  • Role of Capability curves of Generators in reactive power control.
  • Influence of Tap changing in power Transformer on reactive power.
  • Design and O&M aspects of Capacitor Banks and Reactors in Grid Station.
  • Understanding financial impact of reactive power management.
  • Discussion of case studies.
24 hours spread over 3 days