Advanced DIGSILENT Training

Advanced DIGSILENT Training

Protection study Course Details (3.5 hrs)

  • Part 1 & part 2: Review the protections capabilities; Graphical properties; Definition of relays and slots, CT and its details; Describe the protection modeling concept Model an overcurrent relay
  • Part 3: Definition of PT and its details; Apply protection settings; Introduce DSL of relays Model a distance relay
  • Part 4: Create PSLD, time-overcurrent plot, R-X plot
  • Part 5: Example of applying overcurrent relays on a radical system and their coordination
  • Part 6: Continue overcurrent coordination; Change the relay setting in plots Time-overcurrent plot setting
  • Part 7: Continue overcurrent coordination
  • Part 8: Continue overcurrent coordination
  • Part 9: Distance relay settings and coordination
  • Part 10, Part 11, and Part 12: Continue Distance relay settings and coordination

DPL

  • Reviewing objectives and capabilities of programming in the software studies
  • Introducing the DPL environment
  • Defining variables, constants, commands, functions, inputs, and outputs
  • Accessing to SLD equipment and data
  • Accessing software computational functions such as load-flow and short-circuit commands.
  • Calling a DPL command by another DPL
  • Reviewing the available DPLs in the software library
  • Executing multiple instances

Modal analysis

  • Review the modal analysis of the concepts
  • performing modal analysis, different methods, and related settings
  • Checking the controllability, observability, and participation factors of the system
  • Creating different reports and plots
  • Graphic considerations
  • Executing multiple instances
  • Introduce methods to eliminate dynamic instability

Voltage stability study and capacitor placement

  • Reviewing the concepts of voltage stability
  • Reviewing assessment methods
  • Reviewing improvement tools
  • Drawing P-V and Q-V curves
  • Executing multiple instances

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Prerequisite course: DIGSILENT Training (Basic course)

Busbar protection training package

As you know, the busbar differential protection function (87BB) is the main protection function for protecting busbars, and It relies on Kirchhoff’s current law. This law states that the vectorial sum of all currents flowing into a closed area must be zero.

Topics of busbar protection about how to configure and set the busbar protection parameters are recorded.

  • Pre-recorded videos with online access
  • Free updates
  • certification, & technical support

Main Training

Part 1 (20 min)

supplementary Files: we’ve gathered important related files/ videos /software as supplementary files.

  • Busbar protection REB670 2.0 IEC Application Manual
  • Busbar protection REB670 2.0 IEC Commissioning Manual
  • Busbar protection REB670 2.0 IEC Technical Manual
  • SIPROTEC 4 7SS52 Distributed Numerical Busbar and Breaker Failure Protection (catalog)
  • SIPROTEC 4 7SS52 Distributed Numerical Busbar and Breaker Failure Protection (Manual)
  • Busbar Differential Protection, SIPROTEC 7SS60 Centralized Numerical Busbar Protection, SIPROTEC4 7SS52 Distributed Numerical Busbar, and Breaker Failure Protection, SIPROTEC 7SS50 Numerical Busbar, and Breaker Failure Protection, SIPROTEC 7VH60 High-Impedance Differential Protection Relay
 IED with two low-impedance differential protection zones and eight three-phase CT inputs

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The various types of busbar arrangements are used in the power system. The selection of bus bar is dependent on the different factors for instance reliability, flexibility, cost, etc …

DigSIlENT Training Package

DIgSILENT Power Factory software is one of the most powerful software in network analysis that will use in all the areas of generation, transmission, and distribution. DIgSILENT stands for DIgital SImuLation and Electrical NeTwork calculation program.

The purpose of this course:

Acquaint engineers with the process of analyzing power systems to carry out research, industrial and other projects. Using this software, almost any power network can be modeled and calculations such as load flow, short circuit, transient analysis, optimal capacitor placement, cable size optimization, etc. can be provided in the form of various functions. In addition, other features such as programming in DPL language and defining DSL models provide the flexibility for the user to perform the desired analysis on the power system and the equipment that is not available in the software library.

Main Training Materials:

Part A (2 hrs, 50 min)

  • P 01: Course Contents and details
  • P 02: Introduction of DIgSILENT
  • P 03: Comparision of common power system study software
  • P 04: Brief overview of DIgSILENT environment
  • P 05: DIgSILENT menu
  • P 06: DIgSILENT menu
  • P 07: Study tools in DIgSILENT
  • P 08: Creating a simple 3-bus system in DIgSILENT
  • P 09: Line/cable modeling and parameters
  • P 10: Generator modeling and parameters
  • P 11: Transformer modeling and parameters
  • P 12: Loads and busbar modeling and parameters
  • P 13 -15: DIgSILENT Graphics, tools, and applications
  • P 16: Elements in DIgSILENT
  • P 17: Different scenarios, case studies, Variations
  • P 18: Different scenarios, case studies, Variations
  • P 19: Equipment modeling; External Grid
  • P 20: Load
  • P 21: Breaker/switch
  • P 22: Synchronous generator
  • P 23: Transformer
  • P 24: Line
  • P 25: Cable and Shunt/filter C or capacitor bank
  • P 26: Power flow study; Study setting
  • P 27: Power flow study; Different output and reporting
  • P 28: N-1 study; Study setting
  • P 29: N-1 study; Different output and reporting
  • P 30: Short-circuit study; Study setting
  • P 31: Short-circuit study; Different output and reporting
  • P 32: Transient study; Defining different events; Study setting
  • P 33: Transient study; Study setting; Different output and reporting

new parts will be added soon!

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Supplementary files:

  • DIgSilent PowerFactory 15 User Manual
  • Load Flow Analysis in DIgSILENT PowerFactory
  • Load Flow and Dynamic Simulation with the Palau Grid
  • Load Flow and Short Circuit Calculation(Training Material)
  • Load flow Calculations(Training Course)
  • DIgSILENT Programming Language(DPL)
  • DPL Tutorial
  • Distance Protection Tutorial
  • Detailed Modelling of HV Single-Core Cale Systems
  • Compatibility Issues in Time Domain Simulations with DIgSILENT PowerFactory and SIEMENS PSSE
  • Cable Modelling Tutorial
  • Relay Modelling
  • DPL Function Reference
  • Dynamic Modelling Tutorial
  • Advanced Smart Grid Functionalities Based on PowerFactory
  • Short-Circuit Calculations(Training Course)
  • Dynamic Wind Turbine Models in Power System Simulation tool DIgSILENT
  • Grid Connection of WindFarms
  • Implementation of the Model of a Solar Inverter
  • Improving the Photovoltaic Model in PowerFactory
  • Exercises for the Power System Stability
  • Grid Compatibility of Wind Generators with Hydro-Dynamically Controlled Gearbox with German Grid Codes
  • DIgSILENT PowerFactory Model Documentation IEC 61400-27-1 WTG Models
  • Multicore Simulation of Power System Transients
  • Over-Current Protection Tutorial
  • Power System Stability on Island Networks
  • Power Systems Electromagnetic Transients Simulation
  • PowerFactory Applications for Power System Analysis(Springer)
  • Python Advanced Tutorial
  • Synchronous Generator(Training Course)
  • Transients in Power Systems by Lou van der Sluis
  • digsilent power factory 15 download
  • DIgSILENT Relay Library

Equipment modeling

  • Modeling of the external grid
  • Modeling of transmission lines in various methods
  • Modeling of the bus, switch, and circuit breaker
  • Modeling of different types of transformers
  • Modeling of the induction motor and generator
  • Modeling of the synchronous motor and generator
  • Modeling of the capacitive banks and reactors in series or parallel connection
  • Introducing renewable energy sources models: Solar and Wind

Load-flow study

  • Review the concept of load-flow study and application
  • Describe load-flow calculation methods and settings
  • Discussing the process of equations solve
  • Report the results of the study
  • Specifying the special outputs
  • Describe graphic considerations
  • Check the errors and equations divergence
  • Execute multiple instances
  • Investigate how to correct network problems like voltage drop, lines, and transformers overload

Single contingency (N-1) study

  • Review the concept of single contingency study and application
  • Create different contingency definitions and settings
  • determine and check the study results
  • Describe graphic considerations
  • Execute multiple instances

Short-circuit study

  • Review the concept and application of short-circuit studies
  • Overview of the IEC-60909 standard
  • Define different types of the short-circuit studies
  • Discus short-circuit settings
  • Describe graphic considerations
  • Investigate the effect of earthing type on the short-circuit study
  • Execute multiple instances

Short-circuit study

  • Review the concept and application of short-circuit studies
  • Overview of the IEC-60909 standard
  • Define different types of the short-circuit studies
  • Discuss short-circuit settings
  • Describe graphic considerations
  • Investigate the effect of earthing type on the short-circuit study
  • Execute multiple instances

Transient stability study

  • Review the concepts of transient stability
  • Overview of the theory of electromagnetic and electromechanical transient studies
  • Define AVR, Governor, and PSS for synchronous generators and other dynamic models of equipment
  • Define online tap changer (OLTC)
  • Introduction of DSL
  • Define different types of events
  • Determine the appropriate parameters to create the output
  • Draw different types of curves and outputs
  • Review the available dynamic models in the software library
  • Execute multiple samples and calculate CCT

DIGSILENT Training Course Contents – Advanced

Voltage stability study and capacitor placement

  • Review the concepts of voltage stability and assessment methods
  • Draw P-V and Q-V curves
  • Execute multiple instances

Power quality and harmonics

  • Review and importance of the power quality
  • Modeling harmonic sources
  • Harmonic power flow

Load modeling

  • Review and importance of the load modeling
  • Introduction to the various load models
  • Apply the load model in the software
  • Execute multiple instances

Modal analysis

  • Review the modal analysis of the concepts
  • perform modal analysis and its settings
  • Check the controllability and visibility of the system
  • Graphic considerations
  • Execute multiple instances
  • Introduce methods to eliminate dynamic instability

Protection study

  • Review the protection concepts
  • Definition of different relays types
  • Definition of CT and PT
  • Apply protection settings
  • Check the relay’s static performance
  • Check the relay’s dynamic performance
  • Check the protective coordination
  • Drawing the relays curves
  • Describing graphic considerations
  • Reviewing the available relay models in the software library
  • Executing multiple instances

Reliability study

  • Reviewing the objectives of reliability studies and important indicators of such as SAIFI, SAIDI
  • Applying inputs and extracting reliability outputs
  • Checking the settings for conducting a reliability study
  • Executing multiple instances and changing the network restructure to improve the reliability indicators

DPL Introducing

  • Reviewing objectives and capabilities of programming in the software studies
  • Introducing the DPL environment
  • Defining variables, constants, commands, functions, inputs, and outputs
  • Accessing to SLD equipment and data
  • Accessing software computational functions such as load-flow and short-circuit commands.
  • Calling a DPL command by another DPL
  • Reviewing the available DPLs in the software library
  • Executing multiple instances

Our available courses:

Generator Protection Training Package

Prerequisite Training packages

Generator Protection Training package

Trainer: Dr. Saeed Roostaee (Profile on Linkedin)

  • Pre-recorded videos
  • Supplementary Files
  • The course is licensed and you need a Windows computer to view the videos

Main course:

Part A: Introduction, review of generator construction and protection

GA 01 (10 min): cylindrical and salient pole rotors, generator connections, normal Operation, abnormal Conditions, why generator protection, function of a protection System, generator grounding techniques, fault Current Behavior of a synchronous generator

GA 02 (12 min): stator winding faults, field winding or rotor circuit faults, abnormal operating conditions, the object of the protection system, generator protective relaying technology, multifunction generator protection systems (MGPS), numerical relays, generator ANSI codes, IEEE Recommendations for different Generator protection functions, an overview of different generator relays from different manufactures (ABB, Schneider, SEL, Siemens), stator winding faults, field winding or rotor circuit faults, abnormal operating conditions, the object of the protection system, generator protective relaying technology, multifunction generator protection systems (MGPS), numerical relays, generator ANSI codes, IEEE Recommendations for different Generator protection functions, an overview of different generator relays from different manufactures (ABB, Schneider, SEL, Siemens)

GA 03 (08 min): review REG 670 relay, the hardware structure of REG670, rearview and front view of REG670, main protection functions, backup protection functions, control & monitoring functions, REG670 templates (A20, B30, C30)

GA 04 (18 min): REG670 configuration (online, offline)

GA 05 (17 min): REG670 configuration (online, offline)

GA 06 (10 min): injecting signals and monitoring in the REG670 signal monitoring, config binary outputs

GA 08 (22 min): config and testing of the inverse time overcurrent in REG670

GA 09 (23 min): config and settings of the directional overcurrent in REG670

GA 10 (06 min): testing of the dirrectional directional in REG670

GA 11 (10 min): theory of operation of synchronous AC Generator, typical generation systems, grounding strategies

Part B Subjects (17 min): Generator differential protection

  • Review of the generator protection functions in Single line diagram
  • Principal of differential protection function
  • Configurations and parameters of the generator differential protection block

Part C Subjects (20 min): Generator stator earth fault protection

  • GC 01: why stator earth fault protection, 59N, 27TN, 100% stator earth fault protection
  • GC 02: stator earth fault protection
  • GC 03: Configuration and parameter settings of the 100 stator earth fault function block

Part D (30 min): Generator Under excitation / Loss-of -Excitation (ANSI 40 ) protection

  • GD 01: The reason for loss of field, generator capability curve, end region heating, steady-state stability limit, under excitation limiter
  • GD 02: Generator Capability Curve
  • GD 03: PQ plane and RX plane
  • GD 04: Impact of the generator loss of excitation
  • GD 05: generator loss of excitation protection
  • GD 06: Configuration and parameter settings of the loss of excitation function block

Part E (47 min): Generator Out of Step Protection (Pole Slip)

  • GE 01: generator loses synchronism or Out of-step or pole slip definition
  • GE 02: generator pole slip
  • GE 03: generator pole slip protection
  • GE 04: Configuration and parameter settings of the pole slip function block

Part F (14 min): Generator negative sequence protection

  • Negative Sequence Protection (46)
  • Continuous and short-time unbalanced current capabilities

Part G (12 min): Generator low forward and Reverse Power (Anti-Motoring or Loss of Prime Mover protection)

  • potential damages for each generator type

Part H (09 min): Generator Over-Under Frequency and Generator under-voltage protection

  • GH 01: Over-Under Frequency (81U, 81O)
  • GH 02: under-voltage protection (27, 59G)

Updates & supplementary files:

REG670 excel spreadsheets (Revision01): Helpful excel file to set the REG670 parameters ( Update Feb 02, 2022 )

  • Coordination of generator protection with generator excitation control and generator capability (.pdf)
  • Impact of excitation system on power system stability (.pdf)
  • Investigation on Generator Loss of Excitation Protection in Generator Protection Coordination (.pdf)
  • Generator capability curve (.pdf)
  • Impact of leading power factor loads on synchronous alternators (.pdf)
  • Synchronous Machines (.pdf)
  • Synchronous Generator Characteristics Curve (.pdf)

This training course will be updated over time. If you like to take this course, please register faster because the price of this course will increase over time.

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Supplementary pdf files you get:

  1. Synchronous generator protection
  2. Underimpedance protection ANSI 21B
  3. Generator Overfluxing protection ANSI 24
  4. Generator Loss of field protection ANSI 40
  5. Inadvertent energization protection ANSI 50/27
  6. 100% stator earth fault protection ANSI 64G
  7. Generator Pole slip protection ANSI 78PS
  8. ABB generator protection e-book
  9. Areva generator protection e-book
  10. Protection against loss of excitation in generators
  11. Loss-of-excitation Protection for Synchronous Generators
  12. Application of Out-of-Step Blocking and Tripping Relays
  13. Generating Station Protection
  14. IEEE Guide for AC Generator Protection
  15. Standard PRC Generator Frequency and Voltage Protective Relay Settings
  16. REG216 Manual
  17. REG316 Manual
  18. Generator protection relay setting calculations
  19. Generator protection
  20. Protection of Synchronous Generators
  21. IEEE Guide for Abnormal Frequency Protection for Power Generating Plants
  22. IEEE Guide for AC Generator Protection
  23. IEEE Guide for Generator Ground Protection
  24. IEEE Guide for AC Generator Protection
  25. A-C GENERATOR AND MOTOR PROTECTION
  26. SIPROTEC Multi-Functional Generator Protection Relay 7UM61
  27. SEL-300G Generator Relay
  28. SEL-700G Family of Generator and Intertie Protection Relays
  29. G60 Generator Protection System
  30. Generator protection REG670
  31. Sepam 2000 Generator
  32. Generator Data Sheet
  33. CT Performance in Differential Relay Circuits
  34. Dynamic and Steady-State Stability Limits
  35. Swing Impedance Locus Calculation Using Excel
  36. Generator Shaft Torsional Transients
  37. Generator Normal Operations
  38. Generator Short Circuit Calculations
  39. Generator Differential Relay: 87G
  40. Backup Fault Protection
  41. Generator Ground Fault Protection
  42. Unbalanced Current Protection
  43. Motoring Protection
  44. Overexcitation
  45. Abnormal Frequency Protection
  46. Minimum Excitation Limiter
  47. Loss of Synchronism
  48. Loss of Field Protection
  49. Synchronization Protection
  50. Accidental Energization Protection

Attached PDFs

  • Std. 242: Buff Book
  • C37.102: IEEE Guide for Generator Protection
  • C37.101: IEEE Guide for AC Generator Ground Protection
  • C37.106: IEEE Guide for Abnormal Frequency Protection for Power Generating Plants
  • 87G Generator Differential Protection
  • 87T GSU Trans. Differential Protection
  • 87GT Overall Differential Protection
  • 40G Generator Field Failure Protection
  • 78G Generator Pole Slipping Protection
  • 50S, Generator Split phase overcurrent protection
  • 46 Generator Negative Phase Sequence Protection
  • 51V Generator Voltage-Dependent O/C Protection
  • 49S Generator Stator Overload Protection
  • 59G Generator Overvoltage Protection
  • 21G Generator Underimpedance Protection
  • 27G Generator Undervoltage Protection
  • 32R Generator Reverse Power Protection
  • 64S Generator 95% & 100% Stator Earth Fault Protection
  • 51/27 Generator Dead Machine Protection
  • 64GB Generator Busbar Earth Fault Protection
  • 64R Generator Rotor Earth Fault Protection
  • 81O Generator Overfrequency Protection
  • 81U Generator Underfrequency Protection
  • 24G Generator Overflux Protection
  • 47G Generator Fuse Failure Supervision
  • 50/51ET Excitation Trans. Overcurrent Protection
  • 49ET Excitation Trans. Overload Protection
  • 51N-GSU Gen. Step-up Trans. Neutral Point OvercurrentProtection
  • 64T GSU Trans. Restricted Earth Fault Protection
  • 50/51T GSU Trans. Over Current Protection
  • 50/51SST Station Service Trans. Over Current Protection
  • …..

WHY GENERATOR PROTECTION?

  • Unnecessary tripping of Generators is undesirable (production losses)
  • Generator differential
  • Transformer differential
  • Four-step overcurrent protection (DFT based measurement)
  • Four-step residual overcurrent protection
  • Over/under voltage protection (DFT based measurement)
  • Residual overvoltage protection
  • Overexcitation protection
  • General current and voltage protection
  • Directional over/under power function
  • 21P Phase distance backup
  • 51N Neutral time overcurrent
  • 24 Volts per hertz
  • 59N Neutral overvoltage
  • 25 Synchrocheck
  • 59P Phase overvoltage
  • 27P Phase Undervoltage
  • 59X Auxiliary overvoltage
  • 27TN Third harmonic neutral Undervoltage
  • 59_2 Negative-sequence overvoltage
  • 27X Auxiliary Undervoltage
  • 64F Field ground protection
  • 32 Sensitive directional power
  • 64S Sub-harmonic stator ground protection
  • 40 Loss of excitation
  • 64TN 100% stator ground
  • 46 Generator unbalance
  • 67-2 Negative-sequence directional overcurrent
  • 49 Thermal overload protection (RTD)
  • 67N Neutral directional overcurrent
  • 50BF Breaker failure
  • 67P Phase directional overcurrent
  • 50G Ground instantaneous overcurrent
  • 68 Power swing blocking
  • 50N Neutral instantaneous overcurrent
  • 78 Out-of-step protection
  • 50P Phase instantaneous overcurrent
  • 81O Overfrequency
  • 50SP Split phase protection
  • 81R Rate of change of frequency
  • 50/27 Accidental energization
  • 81U Underfrequency
  • 51G Ground time overcurrent
  • 87RGF Restricted ground fault
  • 51PV Phase time overcurrent with voltage restraint
  • 87S Stator differential

Basic Generator Protection Features

  • Ground differential
  • Sensitive restricted earth fault
  • Thermal overload
  • Negative-sequence
  • Residual-ground and neutral-ground overcurrent elements
  • Directional residual-ground
  • Overcurrent elements
  • Unbalance element
  • Voltage-controlled, voltage-restrained time-overcurrent
  • Breaker failure protection for three-pole breaker
  • Under- and overvoltage
  • Inverse-time over- and Undervoltage elements
  • Loss-of-potential element
  • Volts/hertz or overexcitation protection
  • Directional power elements
  • Loss-of-field
  • Over- and under frequency protection
  • Rate-of-change-of- frequency
  • RTD protection
Optional Generator Protection
  • Generator synchronism check
  • Synchronism-check under- and overvoltage
  • Inverse-time over- and Undervoltage
  • Out-of-step
  • vector shift
  • 100% stator ground protection
  • …..

REG670 excel spreadsheets (Revision01): Helpful excel file to set the REG670 parameters

Our completed Courses:

Testing and Commissioning of Protective Relays

As you know, the testing & commissioning can be done by different testing software and hardware. In this training, we have used OMICRON Test universe, Vebko AMpro, and FREJA win.

  • Trainer: Dr. Saeed Roostaee (Profile on Linkedin)
  • Pre-recorded videos
  • Supplementary Files
  • Click here to access this training pack  (Contact us for the pass to open the link)
  • The course is still being recorded and new sessions will be added over time
  • The course is licensed and you need a Windows computer to view the videos

Prerequisite Training packages

DIGSI 4, DIGSI 5, PSCAD, ABB PCM600, Micom relay

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Part A (50 mins):

  • Introduction
  • Strat page (Omicron)
  • General settings (Omicron)
  • Strat page (Vebko)
  • Phasor view, Impedance view (Omicron)
  • Phasor view, Impedance view, differential veiw (Vebko)
  • Hardware connection
  • Practical section with Omciron 256 plus, SEL 421

Part B: Overcurrent and Directional Overcurrent Functions (67, 67N, 50, 51, 50N, 51N)

  • Practical Sections (2.5 hrs)

Part C: Differential Protection Functions (87G, 87T, 87L)

  • Diff protection principal
  • Diff parameters
  • Diff RIO block
  • Diff configuration
  • Diff Operating Characteristic
  • Diff Trip Time Characteristic & Diff Harmonic Restraint

Part D: XRIO and PTL(50 mins)

  • RIO and XRIO history and the reason we use this format for relay testing, RIO structure, XRIO structure, Differences between RIO and XRIO files, XRIO features & benefits, LinkToXRIO.
  • XRIO template, Import Relay Settings, How to find a proper XRIO template and filter based on the relay
  • Common issues while loading the relay settings into a template and how to solve the issues, XRIO template based on the relay versions
  • A case study XRIO file
  • Modify a case study XRIO file
  • Modify the XRIO template, RIO blocks

Part E: Impedance Protection Functions (80mins)

  • Distance RIO block
  • Advance Distance Test Module settings
  • Distance protection function principal, Impedance View
  • Analysis of server faults visually in the impedance view
  • Analysis of several distance relays (RAZOA, ABB REL670, SEL421, Siemens 7SA8x, MiCOM P442, NR PCS 931S, Protecta)
  • Distance Test Module settings
  • Preparing XRIO file for testing of impedance protection functions

Part F: Autoreclosure Function (ANSI 79, 40 mins )

  • Autoreclosure Description, auto reclose process, Autoreclose timing diagram
  • Autoreclosure settings
  • Deadtime 1, Deadtime 2, Deadtime 3, Reclaim time, Reclose time-delay, Discrimination time, A/R Inhibit window
  • Autoreclose Logic
  • How to test AR in sequencer
  • How to test AR in Autorecoser test module

Part G: Voltage and Frequency Protection Functions (28 min)

  • Ramping test modules
  • Testing of the Over/Under frequency (81O/ 81U)
  • Testing of the Over/Undervoltage (59, 27)

Part H: Study and review of different relays (24 min)

  • H 01: SIPROTEC 7UT6 setting description and configuration
  • H 02: Testing differential function in SIPROTEC 7UT6, No combined characteristic feature, Automate testing with creating SIEMENS 7UT XRIO file

This course will be completed over time and will cover all topics and details. The price of this course will increase over time, so get this course soon to not only to save money but also to access the course and start learning at the earliest.

If you have any technical questions about this training package, please let us know. Our support team will record the answer to your question in video and add it to this package so that other users can also benefit from it.

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MiCOM Relays Training Package

MiCOM has different protection relays. In this 4 hours course, we try to help you learning work and config the MiCOM P123, and MiCOM P441 relays.

Besides the main course, 4 hrs videos on google drive, software, and data models, PDF files are attached to the package.

  • Online video training (reserve your seat now)
  • Trainer: Dr. Saeed Roostaee (Profile on Linkedin)
  • For more info, please contact us on WhatsApp: +989129613659

Part 01: MiCOM relays range, naming, and application is presented.

Parts 2-7: These parts present exercises with MiCOM P123 and AMT105 setup. Three-phase signals are injected into the relay to test hardware connection and protection functions.

Part 8-17: These parts present exercises with MiCOM P441 and AMT105 (configuration and PSL, event and disturbance recorder, overcurrent protection, voltage protection, negative sequence protection, and distance protection parameters).

Supplementary files attached

  • 01 start working with Easergy Studio in online mode
  • 02 MiCOM Relay Measurements, Event Logs & Disturbance Records
  • 03 Input naming in the Micom relays
  • 04 Communicate with MiCom P139
  • 05 Communicating with MICOM P139 checking the parameters from the front panel
  • 06 Binary input test from MICOM P139 front panel
  • 07 Binary input test from MICOM P139 front Easergy studio
  • 08 Function Parameters in the MICOM P139
  • 09 Overcurrent Function test in the Micom P139
  • 10 Inverse time overcurrent function IDMT test in the MiCOM P139
  • 11 CBF function config and parameters in the Micom P139
  • 12 Autorecoser function config in the MiCOMp139
  • 13 Autorecoser function test in the MiCOMp139
  • 14 Autorecoser function test in the MiCOMp139 By FREJA
  • 15 Under and Over Voltage protection function parameters and testing in the MiCOM P443
  • 16 Overcurrent and Earth Fault protection function parameters and testing in the MiCOM P443
  • 17 DEF protection function parameters and testing in the MiCOM P443
  • 18 Auto recloser function test in the MiCOM P546
  • 19 Trip Scheme in the Micom P546
  • 20 SOTF in the Micom P546
  • 21 MICOM P546 Differential protection test.
  • 22 MICOM P546 Syncro Check

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Our other courses:

PSCAD Training for protection engineers

PSCAD is the abbreviation for Power systems computer-aided design which is used to design and simulate power systems. The master library in the PSCAD contains many molding of the electrical power system which we use in our projects. This package Includes collected videos from different resources that save you a lot of time.

  • Language: English
  • Total length: 4 hrs
  • Format: Recorded Video
  • Trainer: Dr. Saeed Roostaee (Profile on Linkedin)
  • The training link and activation code will be sent to your email immediately after payment

Pack Details:

Part 1 (40 min, 4 sections):

  • Simulation of a simple three-phase AC system.
  • Different elements and their parameters are explained in detail.

Part 2 (41 min, 4 sections):

  • Distance protection scheme in detail

Part 3 (32 mins, 2 sections):

  • The Digital fault recorder in PSCAD and how to config the recorded signals in a fault analysis tool (SIGRA).

Part 4 (16 min, 2 sections):

  • several relay study cases

Part 5 (92 min, 5 sections): 

  • The impedance-based fault location function and how to test this function in a relay
  • Both single end and double end methods, and the process of testing this function by using PSCAD, SIGRA
  • An experimental study has been carried out where several faults in different locations are simulated in PSCAD, The Comtrade file of each is loaded in the Omicron test universe and the associated voltage and current are injected into the SEL 421 (Distance relay) to test the relay fault location.

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DIgSILENT Relay Library

This document provides the DIgSILENT PowerFactory Relay library of various manufacturers.  

  • ABB DIgSILENT Relay Library
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  • Areva DIgSILENT Relay Library
  • Beckwith DIgSILENT Relay Library
  • Cooper Power Systems DIgSILENT Relay Library
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  • Generic relays DIgSILENT Relay Library
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  • Schweitzer DIgSILENT Relay Library
  • Siemens DIgSILENT Relay Library
  • Sprecher DIgSILENT Relay Library
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  • VAMP DIgSILENT Relay Library
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