Air Insulated Substation Design Part 3

Part 3 of this course will look at some more features of air insulated substations
Air Insulated Substation Design Part 3
File Size :
1.24 GB
Total length :
2h 37m



Stephen Brooks


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Air Insulated Substation Design Part 3

What you’ll learn

Learn what type of panels we use in a substation and what goes inside them
Understand all about DC systems and how we design and operate them
Learn all about current and voltage transformers and how they are used to keep the substation safe and operational
Understand how to implement interlocking systems on adanced substation designs

Air Insulated Substation Design Part 3


There are no pre-requisites for this course


Air insulated substations are the most common type of substation that you will find on the electrical network, due to their cost effectiveness and simplicity.In part 3 of this course we will look at some additional features of this type of substation. Most substations use DC to supply the protection and control systems, so that when the main AC supply fails we can continue to monitor and control the electrical network, In this course we will look at all of the DC systems that you will come across inside a typical transmission level substation.In part 2 of this course we looked at basic interlocking, in this course we introduce some more advanced principles of this important system featureProtection panels are used to house all of the protection and control equipment’s that we use, and it is interesting to study how they are constructed, and look at some of the equipment’s that they contain, some of which only appears in protection systems.Current transformers are used in the substation to measure the magnitude of the current, in this course we will show all of their key features and how they operate during normal and fault situations, this will allow you to understand all of the parameters that you will find on a CT rating plate.In the same way as we looked at current transformers we will learn how voltage transformers operate and how they should be connected to the secondary protection system.By the end of the course you will have a better appreciation of all of these key substation systems.


Section 1: Air Insulated Substation Design Part 3

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Panels part 1

Lecture 3 Panels part 2

Lecture 4 Control cabling part 1

Lecture 5 Control cabling part 2

Lecture 6 Control cabling part 3

Lecture 7 Control cabling part 4

Lecture 8 Substation DC Systems Part 1

Lecture 9 Substation DC Systems Part 2

Lecture 10 Advanced Interlocking Part 1

Lecture 11 Advanced Interlocking Part 2

Lecture 12 Current Transformer Theory

Lecture 13 Current transformer installation

Lecture 14 Voltage transformers

Anyone interested in the power industry

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 2h 37m | 1.24 GB
Created by: Stephen Brooks

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