Grid Dynamics 1103 High Voltage and Power Systems Operations

1103 High Voltage and Power Systems Operations

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  • Course Delivery: On Demand
  • Duration: 2 Hour(s)

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Description

Safety requires a particular frame of mind, a personal commitment, an awareness, and full safety compliance, based upon knowledge, training, and experience. The safety of employees and field personnel, and even the safety of the public, depend upon your conscientious and disciplined use of safe work practices in all of your day-to-day operations.

This course provides an overview of high-voltage power-system operations and will allow you to engage with the material by participating in training exercises requiring the application of system operating knowledge.

  • NERC CEH: 2
  • NERC OPS Hours: 2
  • NERC Standard Hours: 1
  • NERC Simulation Hours: 1
  • NERC PE Hours: 2
  • NERC EO Credits: 2
 

Course Objectives

Terminal Objective: The trainee shall be able to describe safe work practices regarding high voltage transmission elements.

  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how the coordination of work and compliance with safety procedures can impact reliability.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall describe the basic safety considerations for working in the vicinity of energized lines.

Terminal Objective: The trainee shall be able to list the diverse aspects of field operations that relate to system reliability.

  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how coordination of safety and work relate to maintaining reliability.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how communications with others and amongst control center personnel contribute to reliability.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how system monitoring and control relates to maintaining system reliability.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain the ACE algorithm of control per BAL-001.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain inadvertent power flow (BAL-006).
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain the potential impact vegetation management can have on reliability.

Terminal Objective: The trainee shall be able to explain the relationship between power system operations and system reliability.

  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain the key points regarding power system operations that may impact reliability including: (the 7 key points of reliable operation):
  • Basic principles;
  • Production and transfer of energy in power systems;
  • Voltage/reactive control and VAR flows; refer to VAR-001
  • Economic operation of power systems;
  • Communication and telemetering methods impacting reliability;
  • Fundamental power system reliability factors, with EOP-002
  • How power system protection impacts reliability, power system stability, and EHV operation.

Terminal Objective: The trainee shall be able to describe the basics of transmission operations.

  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall define the key terms in EHV operation.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how stability is maintained in BES applications.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall review TOP-006 and TOP-007 regarding IROL and SOL.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain the purpose of SPS and RAS remedial systems.

Terminal Objective: The trainee shall be able to describe the fundamental operations of the 500 kV transmission system with emphasis upon system reliability and safety in daily operations.

  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain the use of the 500 kV shunt reactor and series capacitor.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall describe the function of single-pole CB tripping and an associated three-phase CB trip.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall describe the basic steps in a typical 500 kV line test procedure.

Terminal Objective: The trainee shall be able to describe the purpose of minimum safe working clearances (distances) from various (kV levels) energized conductors.

  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall identify the typical minimum safe working distance from 230 kV conductor.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall identify the typical minimum safe working distance from 345 kV conductor.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall identify the typical minimum safe working distance from 500 kV conductor.

Terminal Objective: The trainee shall make decisions and choices demonstrated in response to specific given conditions.

  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall be able to complete all training exercises in this activity to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of fundamental power system operating skills.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall provide choice of response to outage management.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall provide choice of response to placement of reactive resources.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall provide choice of response to a major path outage.
  • Enabling Objective: The trainee shall provide choice of action to restore after a system blackout with internal resources.
 

Topics Covered

Lesson 1: Power Systems Operations

  • Introductory Quiz
  • Measurement of Basic Electric System Operations Knowledge
  • Safety in Electric System Operations
  • EHV Operations
  • AC EHV Terms
  • EHV DC
  • 500-kV Basics
  • Single-Pole CB Tripping
  • Procedures and Communication
  • Typical 500-kV Line Test Procedure

Lesson 2: Grid Dynamics and System Stability

  • Basics of Grid Dynamics and Power Transfer
  • System Stability
  • Effects of Frequency
  • Table-Top Scenarios

 

 

Regulatory Information

1103 High Voltage, Transmission, Safety, and Power System Operations - North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)

  • Name:
  • North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)
  • Phone:
  • (609) 452-8060
  • Fax:
  • (609) 452-9550
  • Website URL:
  • http://www.nerc.com/
  • Email Address:
  • Address:
  • 116-390 Village Boulevard
  • City:
  • Princeton
  • State:
  • NJ
  • Zip:
  • 08540-5721

1103 High Voltage, Transmission, Safety, and Power System Operations - No Regulator/ 360training.com

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  • No Regulator/ 360training.com
  • Phone:
  • 888-360-8764
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  • http://www.360training.com/
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  • Address:
  • 1381, Burnet Road, Suite 100, Austin, Texas, 78727.
  • City:
  • Austin
  • State:
  • TX
  • Zip:
  • 78727

1103 High Voltage, Transmission, Safety, and Power System Operations - Registered Continuing Education Program RCEP

  • Name:
  • Registered Continuing Education Program RCEP
  • Phone:
  • 202-682-4338
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  • Website URL:
  • https://www.rcep.net/
  • Email Address:
  • [email protected]
  • Address:
  • American Council of Engineering Companies 1015 15th Street, NW.
  • City:
  • DC
  • State:
  • WA
  • Zip:
  • 20005-2605
 

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End of Course Instructions

Upon successful completion of the course and the accompanying survey, you will get your certificate and, if appropriate, have your success reported to the relevant regulatory body.

NERC CE: If you selected this option at the course launch, your credits will automatically be reported for NERC CE through the NERC SOCCED reporting tool. In case of reporting failure, your credits would be manually reported within 48 hours. It is important to provide the correct License Number in order to obtain the completion certificate and get reported. You can also use this Certificate for PDH Reporting and reporting to any other Regulator (example PJM, etc.).

RCEP: If you selected this option at the course launch, you will NOT receive a certificate directly from the training page. Instead, your credits will be reported to RCEP and you would receive a certificate from them through email.

360training: If you selected this option at the course launch, you are seeking NO credit reporting. The training you are taking is for professional development only. You will receive a generic 360 certificate.

 

Quiz Information

You will not be required to pass the knowledge check questions to move on to the next lesson. These will not be counted as a grade, but each question gives you insight into what you should have learned and the sorts of things you'll need to remember moving forward.

 

Exams

The final exam must be passed successfully with 70% or higher in order to receive your certificate of completion.

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