Basics on Switchboards their General Arrangement drawings

MCC Electrical Panel – Basics & considerations for general arrangement (GA) drawings for Switchboard / control panel
Basics on Switchboards their General Arrangement drawings
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1.06 GB
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2h 3m

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Iconic Educademy

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10/2022

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Basics on Switchboards their General Arrangement drawings

What you’ll learn

Basics about Switchboards / Control Panels
Basics about GA (General Arrangement) Drawings for Switchboard – Read and understand GA’s
Various Feeder types – Incomer / Outgoing / Transformer / Bus PT etc.
Key switchgears that affect the module / feeder sizing or feeder placement – Like ACB’s, MCCB’s , Door mounted components etc.
Ingress Protection
Learn about various IP’s applicable for MCC’s & PCC’s
How IP protection impact GA drawings
Form of Segregation
Various Panel design / Executions
Understand Diversity Factor
As a designer, students will be able to create technically correct general arrangement drawings
As consultants, students will be able to evaluate / read and understand general arrangement drawings
It can help the contractors to decide the control room size based on the GA layout of panels
Optimize the system / general arrangement drawings

Basics on Switchboards their General Arrangement drawings

Requirements

Should have a basic knowledge or degree in Electrical Engineering – B tech, B.E., Diploma or any similar relevant educational background

Description

Electrical Control panel – Basics & considerations for general arrangement (GA) drawings for Switchboard / control panel /Electrical PanelsElectrical Switchboard / control panel designBasics on Switchboards & their General Arrangement drawings is a basic course to start learning about switchboard or their general arrangement drawings. We have covered various concepts that are required to design general arrangement drawings for switchboards. We start with very basics and eventually build on it. This course is even suitable for students who want to learn about the switchboards or control panels.Some of the topics that you will come across are: 1) Basic details on Switchboards & GA Drawings What is GA drawing? Where is it used ?Why is it needed? What are the inputs required to draw a GA drawing? Variations in GA drawings Basic Building blocks of a Switchboard or GA drawings. 2) Feeders / Modules/ Functional Units Basics on feeders / modules /functional units. Different feeder types : Incomer / Bus-coupler / Outgoings / Motor Feeders etc. Basic considerations for feeder sizing / module sizing Basic considerations for feeder placement 3) Switchgear – ·ACB’s, MCCB’s, Other plate mounted components, door mounted components, Heat generating equipments etc. How they affect the feeder sizing and, in turn, affect the placement in Switchboards Consideration for din-rail mounted components Consideration for mounting and placement of CT’s & PT’s Heat generating equipments How interlocks affect feeder placement4) IP Protection What is IP protection?Why is it important?How is it important for Electrical Switchboards?What is the significance of the 2 digits in IP rating?IP’s Applicable for Electrical Switchboards – Motor Control Centers and Power control centersWhat various IP’s mean: IP 42, IP 54, IP 55 etc.How IP protection impacts ventilation arrangement  5) Form of Segregation What form of segregation is?Why segregation is required ?What are the various forms of segregation?6) Different variations of panel design and how they define the GA drawing Single unit panelsMulti unit panelsOn what basis is a particular design of panel selected?Full height feeders7)  Vertical dropper rating and sizing & diversity factor. And lastly Practice ExerciseHow vertical dropper rating is decided.What is diversity factorSUP’s & MUP’s – Various possibilitiesWhy a certain design is selectedTotal vertical count Optimum feeder placement

Overview

Section 1: Introduction and Concept Building

Lecture 1 Introduction and Course Flow

Lecture 2 Basic Details about GA

Lecture 3 Contd. Basic Details about GA

Lecture 4 Various Types of GA Drawings

Lecture 5 Building Blocks of GA Drawings

Lecture 6 Contd. Building Blocks of GA Drawings.

Lecture 7 Contd. Building Blocks of GA Drawing

Section 2: Feeder Placement & Understanding Module Sizing

Lecture 8 Basic Details on Feeder

Lecture 9 Types of Feeder

Lecture 10 Contd. Types of Feeder

Lecture 11 Basics on Feeder Sizing

Lecture 12 Basics on Feeder Placement

Section 3: Mounting and Placement considerations for switchgears

Lecture 13 Basic Details on ACB

Lecture 14 Basic on Placement & Sizing of MCCB/ FSU/ Isolator Feeder.

Lecture 15 Basics on placement on Contactor and Other plate mounted components.

Lecture 16 Basics on placement of door mounted component and their impact on feeder sizing

Lecture 17 Basic on placement and mounting consideration for CT’s & PT’s

Lecture 18 Basics on placement of Heat generating equipments & Consideration for interlocks

Section 4: IP protection and Forms of Segregation

Lecture 19 IP protection

Lecture 20 How does IP protection impact GA drawings

Lecture 21 Forms of Segregation

Section 5: Panel Designs

Lecture 22 Basics of panel design

Lecture 23 cont. basic on panel design

Section 6: Other considerations and Practice

Lecture 24 Some other considerations like Diversity factor & Vertical dropper sizing

Lecture 25 Practicing designing GA drawings for SUP

Lecture 26 Practicing designing GA drawings for MUP

Final year engineering electrical / mechanical – B Tech, B.E., Diploma, ITI,Anyone planning to work in LV/ MV Switchboard Manufacturing Companies,Students who want to pursue a career in electrical automation companies,Planning career in electrical contracting and consultant companies,Who want to understand various concepts about mechanical assembly, arrangement of feeders, forms for segregation.

Course Information:

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Created by: Iconic Educademy

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