Standby Diesel Generator
Who Should Attend
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This course covers the design techniques for the selection and sizing of standby diesel generators for low voltage distribution systems within a Building Services Environment.
It also covers the following areas:
- Fault level analysis, selection of alternators / governors, selection of circuit breakers
- Understanding decrement curves and capability curves and the impact of leading power factors and harmonics
- Practical approach to generator fault level analysis and use of decrement curves
- Understanding fault level classifications and withstand capability of circuit breakers
- Impact of leading power factor on generators and understanding capability curves
- Sizing of standby diesel generators and what to consider
- Capability of alternators / governors
- Generator earthing and calculations
Ability to size and select standby diesel generators and understand their effect on the electrical distribution system.
Who Should Attend
The course is primarily aimed at consultants, engineers, developers, architects, building energy managers, building services Engineers and Facility Maintenance Managers.
Start Time: 09:30
Latest Finish: 17:00
- Standard Rate: £335 + VAT
- Members Rate: £285 + VAT
In-house training at your site
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