A master class for non-legal managers and executives
Target audience are mostly professionals in the areas of transformer distribution, electrical utilities, students of secondary technical schools, etc.
Although transformer design has been described in many excellent papers and books, each power transformers manufacturer has developed internal tools for adapting physical models in order to calculate their transformer as accurately as possible. This series of lectures will attempt to closely describe to a wider audience the design challenges in meeting all the necessary requirements and their importance to transformer reliability. The course is intended for: 1. Utility engineers supporting maintenance or procurement. 2. Manufacturers of transformers (design engineers; procurement, service, test, PM engineers). 3. Manufactures of transformer components. 4. Students who want to understand transformer design practice and application. To see the entire syllabus, stay tuned because the brochure will soon be available.
Students will understand the new principle of the correct DGA diagnosis from an insight view of a chemist, users, and analyst on this field.
This course will serve anyone who is invloved in the decision making processes in the transformers industry, substation management and to high-level tech experts such as foremen, job leaders, etc.
This course is intended for engineers in operation and maintenance of power transformers, utility engineers, manufacturers of transformers, tap changers, substation configurations, test instruments, etc.
This three-lesson professional course is intended for those working in the asset management of an electrical plant, in project management, and design of high voltage substations. It will provide an in-depth knowledge and understanding of moisture phenomenon in large power transformers.
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.
Mr. Neil Malan defines the purpose and objective of the power transformer sourcing team, identifies the sourcing stakeholder group and explains how to set up the power transformer sourcing governance approach. Basic level of this course will answer some of the most essential questions, such as: What is power transformer sourcing, why do we need it and how do we implement it. Intermediate and advanced level will give you the opportunity to go into the depths of this topic and to get certified. Stay tuned to see the entire course syllabus, because the brochure will soon be available.
The first course on transformer oils with absolutely no commercial axe to grind since it is delivered by an independent professional consultant. This course is also the first of its kind to highlight and discuss most of the critical areas of interest to the targeted audience.
This unique course is authored and presented by the two experts - Juan Albiger and Marcos Ferreira. Here you will find knowledge and information exceeding the one available in the electrical engineering books. The authors provide instructions for becoming a true expert, regardless of your previous level of experience; all you need to have is the will to learn. The target audience are utility engineers, especially those responsible for the power transformers procurement process, manufacturers and salespeople / sales representatives, students and everybody who wishes to understand the basic principles of ensuring that power transformers are fit for their purpose.