Course: Partial discharge measurement for power transformers

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The main difference between this course and many others that exist in the web market today is the detailed description of fundamentals and the neutral and multivendor presentation of PD measurement techniques.

The course is intended for utility engineers, manufacturers of transformers, transformer components, monitoring systems, sensors, etc., students and anyone wishing to understand the scientific foundation of PD measurement, anyone interested in a deeper awareness of partial discharge measurement and interpretation, staff who are responsible for transformers and want them to be more operational and efficient. Choose the course level which suits your needs best.

To see the entire syllabus, take a look at the Course brochure.

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Stefan Tenbohlen received his diploma and Ph.D. in Engineering from the Technical University of Aachen, Germany, in 1992 and 1997, respectively. In 1997, he joined ALSTOM Schorch Transformatoren GmbH, Mönchengladbach, Germany, where he was responsible for basic research and product development. From 2002 – to 2004, he was the Head of the Electrical and Mechanical Design Department. In 2004, he was appointed Professor and Head of the Institute of Power Transmission and High Voltage Technology of the University of Stuttgart, Germany. In this position, his main research fields are high voltage technique, power transmission, and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Prof. Tenbohlen holds several patents and has published more than 500 papers. He is a member of the IEEE, CIGRÉ, German committees of A2 (power transformers, D1 (emerging technologies), C4 (system technical performance), and several international working groups.

Stefan Tenbohlen