Fault Calculation and Symmetrical Components
The Fault Calculation and Symmetrical Components (DP 101) course covers fault calculations for various types of short circuit faults that can occur in a power system.
As part of fault calculation, this course offers a detail explanation of symmetrical components and demonstrates the use of symmetrical components to calculate unbalanced fault currents with hands-on examples. It will also discuss interrupting device evaluation based on symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults in addition to circuit breaker duties.
Fault currents and their related symmetrical components are very critical in analyzing relay performance, making this course vital for all protection engineers involved with any aspect of relay protection.
Who Should Attend
Fault Calculation and Symmetrical Components course is greatly beneficial to recent graduates and technicians involved with testing, but do not possess knowledge regarding fault currents and symmetrical components. This course is also very useful for managers and supervisors seeking a “refresher” on protective testing fundamentals in addition to learning about fault calculations theory.
Dates and Locations
This course is scheduled for the following dates at the Doble facilities in Morrisville, North Carolina.
- May 9-10, 2017
Doble Engineering Company
2200 Gateway Center Blvd, Suite 207
Morrisville, NC 27560
The cost to attend this course is $1200 USD per student. Minimum of 8 students are required for this course to be conducted.
This course is eligible for 12 NETA Continuing Technical Development Credits (CTDs) and 1.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).