Power plants Course for Electrical Engineers

Course fee: 30, 000/-     Duration: 3 Months

(Thermal Power plants course, Combined Cycle Power plants Course)

Why this Power plants course?

This is the best job oriented course for Electrical engineers in India. It covers both project technologies and Plant technologies of coal fired power plants and combined cycle Power plants. This Course comprises of 8 modules. It includes Design basis and philosophy of the Power plant. It covers the complete scope of procurement and installation of the Electrical systems, Mechanical systems and the Balance of plant. This course also covers contracts, project management, Instrumentation and Controls.

The aim of the course is to make understand the global requirements of energy sector and its recent developments. As a part of the curriculum, the students will be trained on Integrated Energy Plan, Environmental impact and sustainability, Renewable energy resources, Energy efficiency and Economics of power generation.

 

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Coal fired Power plants – Syllabus

  • Introduction to Coal fired power generation (Conventional power plants & Super critical power plants)
  • Major equipment – Boiler, Turbine, Generator
  • Balance of the plant
  • Switch yards, Substations, Transformers
  • Transmission and Distribution methodologies
  • Design basis & philosophy
  • Procurement of equipment
  • Tenders, bidding, Contracts management
  • Project Planning
  • Installations & Commissioning
  • Plant Automation, PLC & SCADA
  • Emergency electrical supplies
  • Earthing and Safety Engineering

Gas fired Power plants – Syllabus

  • Introduction to Power generation technologies
  • Simple cycle & combined cycle power plants
  • HRSG technologies
  • Major equipment – Gas Turbine, Steam turbine, Generator, LV & MV switch gear, transformers
  • Procurement of equipment – codes, specifications & standards
  • Balance of the plant (condensers, compressors, ventilation system, pipelines, cooling towers, Engines, radiators, water treatment plant, switch yards, substations)
  • Design basis & philosophy
  • Project Planning
  • Installations & Commissioning
  • Transmission and distribution methodology
  • Instrumentation and controls in a power plant
  • Plant Automation, PLC & SCADA
  • Operations, Maintenance, troubleshooting of the plant
  • Complete plant simulation training
  • Emergency electrical supply, earthing & Safety Engineering

Electrical System – Syllabus

  • magnetic amplifier, Main transformer, unit transformer and station reserve transformer, commissioning tests of alternators and transformers.
  • Choice of size and number of generating units: Review of the terms maximum demand, load factor, diversity factor, plant capacity and use factor, load & load duration curve and their effect on the generating capacity.
  • Reserve units (hot, cold and spinning- reserve),
  • Effect of power-factor on the generating capacity and economy, Different types of power tariffs,
  • Brief idea about national grid and its operational problems.

What type of jobs available after the completion of the Power plants course?

After this training, students are eligible to work as site engineers. Their job profile generally include installation and commissioning of electrical systems. Knowledge in Sub stations, Switch yards, Water treatment plants etc offer plenty of opportunities for electrical engineers. Every equipment in a power plant, whether it may a boiler, turbine or generator or it may a valve or motor, all the equipment will have its own electrical system. So, our course make students eligible for all these jobs