It is important that you understand how to apply knowledge from your course work to real-world scenarios. Understanding how to properly apply your knowledge will enable you to carry out successful and safe operations. Safety is the top priority during any operation. The table-top scenarios provided throughout this course will help you develop safe practices in carrying out emergency and restoration operations. The table-top exercises use a simulated AGC system to introduce various system events to create an emergency response situation similar to those that occur in actual workplaces.
"Terminal Objective: The trainee shall demonstrate ability to mitigate loss of AGC Frequency input to a BA AGC system. BAL-001, BAL-003, BAL-005
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall demonstrate understanding of AGC modes (TLB, CF/FF, CT/FT).
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall demonstrate understanding of effect encountered upon loss of frequency source upon control.
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall explain how frequency bias impacts AGC in NERC ACE algorithm.
Terminal Objective: The trainee shall demonstrate ability to mitigate loss of dynamic schedule in AGC control scheme.
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall demonstrate knowledge of how dynamic transfer impacts associated BA areas.
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall make any corrective action necessitated by cited occurrence.
Terminal Objective: The trainee shall demonstrate ability to mitigate voltage and reactive emergency. VAR-001
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall take corrective action upon multiple line loss and voltage degradation to an electric utility with transmission, distribution, and embedded generation, which also serves as the BA.
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall correctly select and initiate corrective action with existing reactive resources.
Terminal Objective: The trainee shall demonstrate ability to mitigate transformer bank fault at a key grid facility.
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall recognize and correctly identify the relay protection that operated.
- Enabling Objective: The trainee shall take appropriate action to switch and clear the cited transformer.
9500 Exercise Instructions
Scenario 1: Table-Top Emergency Response Drill
Scenario 2: Table-Top Emergency Response Drill
Scenario 3: Table-Top Emergency Response Drill
Scenario 4: Table-Top Emergency Response Drill
9501 Emergency Table Top Drill, Part I - North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)
- North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC)
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