Transformer specification course - e-lesson #5

E-lesson: Transformer specification course – e-lesson #5: Power transformer specification requirements based on the applications and standards

This is the lesson #5 in the Transformer specification course, authored and hosted by Mr. Marcos Ferreira - electrical engineer experienced in designing, managing, and coordinating projects relating to transmission, distribution, and communications. Here you can save your seat.

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You will learn the following:

  • How to apply a ‘Scope’ based on applications and standards (e.g., IEEE, IEC, and Cigré)
  • Important things as part of building specification: (e.g., environment conditions and special considerations)
  • Documents should be part of specifications: (e.g., nameplate, instruction manuals, physical dimensions drawings, and factory testing reports)
Marcos Ferreira

Marcos Ferreira is an electrical engineer experienced in designing, managing, and coordinating projects relating to transmission, distribution, and communications. He works on installation and replacement of HV substation equipment based on standard design including system protection and commissioning. His areas of expertise also include interpreting and applying the National Electrical Codes (NEC) as a project manager (including scoping a project based on PRD – Project Requirement Diagram, Chapter 9 Tables & Annex C), as well as maintaining and testing substation HV equipment and providing technical support for planning and operation groups.

Marcos Ferreira

Juan Albiger 300 x 300

Juan Albiger is an electrical engineer with over ten years of experience in power transformer procurement process.
He is specialized in HV substation equipment: preparing technical specifi cations, performing factory inspections, and managing commissioning and maintenance.
Mr. Albiger is the Head of Department responsible for ensuring the procurement and commissioning of high voltage substation equipment, power transformers and reactors that are fit for purpose.

Juan Albiger

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