ELECTRICAL TRAINING 7 DAYS D.C. 1.0 Electron Theory, Voltaic Cells. And Electromagnetism. Materials 3.0 Resistances In Series And Parallel.

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1 Num TITLE TABLE OF CONTENT OBJECTIVES DURATION UNIT E-01 FUNDAMENTALS OF 1.0 Electron Theory, Voltaic Cells Describe The Atomic D.C. And Electromagnetism. Structure And Its Influence 2.0 D.C. Circuits & Principles Of On Electrical Properties Of D.C. Measurement. Materials 3.0 Resistances In Series And Parallel. Explain The Properties Of 4.0 Inductance. Primary And Secondary Cells 5.0 Capacitance. State The Basic Laws Of 6.0 D.C. Power. Magnetism And 7.0 Principles Of D.C. Measurement Electromagnetism. Explain The Phenomenon Of Electromagnetic Induction State The Ohm s Law Solve The Circuits Consisting Of Resistances In Series And Parallel Define The Inductance And Describe Its Effects In D.C. Circuits Define The Capacitance And Describe Its Effects In D.C. Circuits Solve D.C. Circuits Consisting Of Resistances, Inductances And Capacitances Define The Electric Power And State Its Formula For D.C. Circuits Describe The Operating Principles Of Basic D.C. Measuring Instruments

2 UNIT E A.C. CIRCUITS & 3- PHASE SYSTEMS 1.0 Principles Of A.C. Generation. 2.0 Basic A.C. Generator. Explain The Faraday s Law Of Electromagnetic Induction 7DAYS 3.0 Alternating Quantities. And Its Application 4.0 Phase A.C. Generators. Explain The Operation Of A 5.0 Phase Connections. Simple A.C. Generator 6.0 Mathematical Operations With Describe The Principles Of 3- A.C. Quantities. Phase A.C. Generation 7.0 Vector Diagrams. Describe And Draw The Most 8.0 Principles Of Alternating And Common (Star And Delta) 3- Rotating Magnetic Fields. Phase Connections 9.0 Current And Voltage In A.C. Circuits. Alternating And Rotating 10.0 Inductive And Capacitive Magnetic Fields Reactance. State The Phase Relationship 11.0 Impedance And The Ohm s Law Between Current And For A.C. Voltage In An A.C. Circuit 12.0 Power In A.C. Circuits. Define The Inductive And 13.0 Power Factor. Capacitive Reactance 14.0 Phase Power. Define The Impedance And 15.0 Principles Of A.C. Measurement. State The Ohm s Law For An A.C. Circuit State The Expressions For Active, Reactive And Apparent Power In Single- Phase And 3-Phase A.C. Circuits A.C. Measurement And The Operation Of Moving-Iron, Moving-Coil, Dynamometer And Induction Instruments

3 UNIT E SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES & 1.0 SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES. Describe The Operating Principles Of Semiconductor RECTIFIERS 2.0 PRINCIPLES OF Devices Such As : Diode, RECTIFICATION. Transistor, Thyristor, Triac 3.0 SINGLE PHASE RECTIFIERS. And Fet 4.0 THREE-PHASE RECTIFIERS. 5.0 RIPPLE AND HARMONICS Rectification Using Diodes FROM A RECTIFIER. And Thyristors Describe The Most Common Single And Three-Phase Rectifier Circuits Explain The Differences Between The Uncontrolled, Half-Controlled And Fully Controlled Rectifiers Explain The Influence Of Ripple And Harmonics On The Rectifier Output UNIT E-03 A.C. GENERATORS 1.0 A.C. Generators. Describe The Construction 2.0 Insulation And Cooling. And Basic Operating 3.0 Generator Excitation. Principles Of A.C. Generators 4.0 Automatic Voltage Regulators Describe The Various (Avr). Generator Excitation Methods 5.0 Generator Speed Control. Explain The Purpose And 6.0 Generator Protection And Operation Of Automatic Testing. Voltage Regulators (Avrs) 7.0 Diesel Generator Sets. Explain The Methods Of Generator Speed Control Describe The Basic Testing And Protection Of A.C. Generators

4 UNIT E-04 POWER 1.0 TRANSFORMER THEORY DAYS TRANSFORMERS AND PRINCIPLE OF Electrical Power OPERATION. Transformation 2.0 AUTO-TRANSFORMERS. Describe The Operation Of 3.0 ISOLATING Auto Transformers, Isolating TRANSFORMERS. Transformers And Instrument 4.0 PHASE TRANSFORMERS. Transformers 5.0 INSTRUMENT Describe The Principal Types TRANSFORMERS. Of Power Transformers, 6.0 CONSTRUCTION OF Their Construction And POWER TRANSFORMERS. Accessories 7.0 TAP CHANGING. Describe The Insulation And 8.0 INSULATION. Cooling Of Power 9.0 COOLING. Transformers 10.0 TRANSFORMER TESTING. Explain The Process Of On TRANSFORMER Load And Off-Load Tap PROTECTION. Changing Describe The Typical Transformer Tests UNIT E-05 CIRCUIT BREAKERS 1.0 Circuit Breakers. & SWITCHGEAR 2.0 High Voltage Switchgear. D.C. And A.C. Interruption 3.0 Low Voltage Switchgear. Describe The Construction 4.0 Switchgear Testing. And Operation Of Various Types Of Circuit Breakers Describe The Operation Of High And Low Voltage Switchgear Describe The Construction Of Low Voltage Switchboards Describe The Main Tests And User Checks Of Switchgear

5 UNIT E-06 3-PHASE MOTORS 1.0 Synchronous Motor. 2.0 Induction Motors. 3.0 Enclosures. 4.0 Cooling. 5.0 Power For Induction Motors. 6.0 Power Factor Correction. 7.0 Direct-On-Line (Dol) Starting. 8.0 Reduced Voltage Starting. 9.0 Motor Operation At Reduced Voltage Motor Testing Motor Failures. Describe The Construction, Characteristics And Operation Of A Synchronous Motor Describe The Two Types Of Induction Motors (Squirrel- Cage And Wound Rotor) Describe Motor Enclosures And Cooling Explain The Methods Of Starting The Induction Motor Explain The Effects Of Reduced Voltage On Operation Of Induction Motors Explain The Practice Of Power Factor Correction Describe The Basic Motor Tests Describe The Most Common Motor Failures UNIT E-07 MOTORS & MOTOR Phase Motors. Describe The Construction CONTROL CIRCUITS 2.0 Motor Starting And Protection. And Principle Of Operation 3.0 Introduction To Motor Control. Of 3-Phase Motors List The Most Common Faults Of 3-Phase Motors And Their Causes Describe The Different Starting Methods Used For Induction Motors List The Basic Motor Circuit Protection Methods

6 Read The Motor Control Circuit Drawings And Ladder Diagrams Describe The Use Of Relays In Motor Control Circuits Describe The Simple 3-Wire And 2-Wire Motor Control Circuits UNIT E SINGLE-PHASE MOTORS 1.0 Single-Phase Motors. 2.0 Types Of 1-Phase Motors. 3.0 Construction Of A Single-Phase Explain The Principle Of Operation Of Single-Phase Motors Induction Motor. Describe The Construction 4.0 Split-Phase Motor. Of Different Types Of Single- 5.0 Capacitor Phase Motors 6.0 Repulsion Motors. Explain The Methods Of 7.0 Shaded-Pole Motor. Starting Of Single-Phase 8.0 Synchronous Motor. Motors 9.0 Single Phase Motor Interpret The Motor Characteristics. Nameplate Information 10.0 Motor Enclosures. Identify Different Types Of 11.0 Machine Rating. Motor Enclosures Explain The Concept Of Machine Rating Diagnose The Basic Faults Of Single Phase Motors

7 UNIT E D.C. MACHINES 1.0 Construction Of Direct Current Machines. Describe The Constructive Parts Of A D.C. Machine 2.0 Parts Of A D.C. Machine. And Their Function 3.0 D.C. Motors. Explain The Principle Of 4.0 D.C. Generators. Operation And Describe The Different D.C. Motor Types Explain The Principle Of Operation And Describe The Different D.C. Generator Types List The Possible Causes Of D.C. Generators Failing To Generate Calculate The Terminal Voltage Of A D.C. Machine UNIT E-09 ELECTRICAL CABLES 1.0 Electrical Cable Types. 2.0 Identification Of Conductors. 3.0 Construction Of Power Cables. 4.0 Construction Of Control Cables. 5.0 Mineral Insulated Cables. 6.0 Selection Of Power Cables. 7.0 Method Of Specifying Cables. 8.0 Cable Installation. 9.0 Cable Tests. Describe the most common uses of electrical cables Identify the conductors in an electric cable Describe the construction of electric power cables Explain the criteria for selection of power cables Describe the principal cable installation methods Name the basic tests performed on cables

8 UNIT E-10 SYSTEM & FIXED 1.0 Unearthed Systems. Explain The Reasons For System EQUIPMENT 2.0 Earthed Systems. And Fixed Equipment Earthing EARTHING 3.0 System Earthing Methods. Explain The Difference Between 4.0 Solidly Earthed Neutral. Unearthed And Earthed Systems 5.0 Low-Resistance Earthed Neutral. Describe The Basic System 6.0 High-Resistance Earthed Neutral. Earthing Methods, Their 7.0 Equipment Earthing Methods. Advantages And Disadvantages 8.0 Earth Resistance Measurement. Describe The Earthing Of 9.0 Static Electricity Earthing. Electrical And Other Fixed 10.0 Earthing Of Fixed Equipment. Equipment In A Process Plant. UNIT E-11 MEASUREMENT & 1.0 A.C. Measurement. PROTECTION 2.0 Direct Measurement. Direct And Indirect 3.0 Protective Devices. Measurement 4.0 Relay Protection. Describe The Use Of Voltage 5.0 Relays. And Current Transformers 6.0 Sprotection Of Electrical System Describe The Construction, Component. Operation And Applications 7.0 Motor Protection. Of Relays Explain The Use Of Circuit Breakers And Fuses As Protective Devices Describe The Coordination Of Relays And Other Protective Devices Over-Current And Earth- Fault Relay Protection

9 UNIT E-12 POWER 1.0 Electrical Power Generation. Explain The Concept Of GENERATION & 2.0 Power Plants. Power Demand And Its DISTRIBUTION 3.0 Emergency And Standby Power Variation Generation. Describe The Most Common 4.0 Electrical Power Transmission Power Plant Types And Their And Distribution. Operating Principles 5.0 Transmission. Describe The Various 6.0 Distribution. Emergency And Standby 7.0 Substations. Power Systems Describe The Operation Of Gas Turbine And Its Use In The Industrial Power Generation Describe The Use Of Diesel Generator Sets For Standby And Emergency Power Generation High-Voltage A.C. And D.C. Transmission Describe The Concept Of Electrical Distribution And The Most Common Distribution System Configurations Describe The Various Types Of Substations Recognize The Substation Equipment And Its Function

10 UNIT E-13 UPS, ASD & STATIC 1.0 Battery Supported A.C. And D.C. Describe The Basic SWITCHES Systems (Ups Systems). Components And Operation 2.0 D.C. Supply Systems. Of Uninterrupted Power 3.0 Adjustable (Variable) Speed Supply (UPS) Systems Drives. Describe The Use Of 4.0 Background & Selecting Drive Adjustable Speed Drives With Applications. Induction And Synchronous 5.0 Low Voltage Induction Motor Motors Asds. Explain The Criteria For The 6.0 Medium Voltage Induction Application Of An Adjustable Motor Asds. Speed Drive (ASD) 7.0 Control Methods. Describe The Principles Of 8.0 When To Apply An Asd. 9.0 Static Switch. Operation Of Single-Phase And Three-Phase Static Switch UNIT E-14 BATTERIES & 1.0 Battery Fundamentals. Explain The Difference CHARGING 2.0 How A Battery Works. Between The Primary And 3.0 Primary Cells. The Secondary Cell 4.0 Secondary Cells. Explain How Cells Are 5.0 Connection Of Cells. Connected In Series, Parallel 6.0 Internal Resistance Of A Cell. And Series-Parallel. 7.0 Torage Battery Types. Define And Calculate The 8.0 Battery Maintenance. Internal Resistance Of A Cell And Of A Battery Of Cells Explain, In Detail, The Workings Of A Lead/Acid Cell. Explain, In Detail, The Workings Of An Alkaline Cell. Discuss The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Lead/Acid

11 And Alkaline Cells. Calculate The Charge Or Discharge Rates, Capacity And Efficiency Of A Cell. List The Applications Of A Storage Cell. Explain Chemical Reactions In A Cell During Charge And Discharge. Test Lead/Acid Batteries Using A Hydrometer To Determine Specific Gravity. Perform A Voltage Test On A Lead/Acid Battery. Measure The State Of Charge Of An Alkaline Battery. Battery Charging And The Operation Of Charging Circuits Use The Correct Methods For Charging Lead/Acid Batteries. Use The Correct Methods For Charging Alkaline Batteries. UNIT E-15 LIGHTING 1.0 Common Lighting Terms. 2.0 Illumination Law. 3.0 Measurement Of Illuminance (Illumination). 4.0 Light Sources 5.0 Incandescent Lamps. Use Common Lighting Terminology Such As Luminous Intensity, Luminous Flux, Luminous Efficacy Etc. And Know The Symbol For Each.

12 6.0 Discharge Lamps. Be Able To Calculate 7.0 The Basic Fluorescent Circuit. Illuminance According To 8.0 Switchless-Start Circuits. The Inverse Square Law Of 9.0 Stroboscopic Effect. Illumination High Pressure Mercury Vapour List The Main Types Of Lamp. Incandescent And 11.0 Emergency Lighting Illuminescent Lighting. Describe The Construction And Operation Of General Service Lamps, Tungsten Halogen Lamps, Discharge Lamps And Fluorescent Lamps. Describe The Basic Fluorescent Circuit And The Four Main Parts Of The Fluorescent Fitting. Describe The Operation, Construction And Characteristics Of High Pressure Mercury Vapour Lamps, Low And High Pressure Sodium Lamps. Emergency Lighting, Describe The Systems Available And Have A Knowledge Of The Locations Where Emergency Lighting Is Required By Law. UNIT E-16 CATHODIC 2.0 Nature Of Corrosion And Describe The Phenomenon PROTECTION Principles Of Cathodic Protection Of Corrosion And The 2.1 Factors Affecting Corrosion. Factors Affecting It

13 2.2 Cathodic Protection Execution. 2.3 Potential Measurement 3.1 Protection By Sacrificial Anodes 3.2 Protection By Impressed Current Coatings And Cathodic Protection 4.0 Insulating Flanges And Resistance Bonds 4.1 Electrical Interference Effects The Process Of Absorption 4.1. Monitoring Of The Cathodic Protection System 4.2 Protection Of Buried Pipelines 5.0 Gas Dehydration By Glycol Contacting 5.1 Protection Of Underground Tanks Explain The Basic Principle Of Cathodic Protection Describe The Most Common Methods Of Cathodic Protection Describe The Procedure Of Potential Measurement Explain The Protection By Sacrificial Anodes And List The Materials Used Explain The Protection By Impressed Current Describe The Influence Of Coatings On Cathodic Protection Describe The Use Of Insulating Flanges And Resistance Bonds List The Most Common Electrical Interferences Affecting The Protection System Describe The Monitoring Of Different Protection Systems Explain The Methods Of Protection Of Buried Pipelines And Underground Tanks UNIT E-17 EXPLOSION PROOF 1.0 Basic Principles And Definitions Upon The Completion 7 Days EQUIPMENT Of Explosion Protection. Of This Module The Trainee 2.0 Statutory Regulations And Will Be Able To:

14 Standards. 3.0 Zone Classification. 4.0 Explosion Groups And Temperature Classes. 5.0 Types Of Protection. 6.0 Dust Explosion Protective Systems. 7.0 Application Of Increased Safety ( E ) Type Of Protection. 8.0 Application Of Flameproof Enclosure ( D ) Type Of Protection. 9.0 Duties Of Installer, Manufacturer And Operator Methods Of Installation. State The Conditions Needed For An Explosion To Occur Primary And Secondary Explosion Protection Name The Main Directive That Regulates The Use Of Equipment In Hazardous Areas Describe The Marking Of Explosion-Proof Equipment Explain The Method Of Zone Classification And The Properties Of Each Zone Name The Explosion Groups And Temperature Classes; Describe Their Properties Name The Different Types Of Explosion Protection, For Both Gas And Dust-Produced Explosive Atmospheres, And Explain Their Operating Principles Describe The Application Of Most Common Protection Types ( D, E And I ) Explain The Two Methods Of Isolation Between Intrinsically-Safe And Non Intrinsically-Safe Circuits

15 Describe The Basic Wiring Installation Methods For Explosion-Proof Equipment Describe The Basic Inspection, Maintenance And Repair Principles And Procedures UNIT E-18 ELECTRICAL SAFE 1.0 Electrical Hazards. State The Most Frequent WORK PRACTICES 2.0 Preventive Measures And Electrical Hazards In The Protective Systems. Industrial Environment 3.0 Standards For The Operation Of Describe The Most Electrical Installations. Common Preventive 4.0 The European Standard. Measures And Protective 5.0 Introduction To Electrical Safe Systems Work Practices. Describe The Standards 6.0 Managing Safety. That Regulate The Operation 7.0 Personnel Qualifications. Of Electrical Installations And 8.0 Job Planning. Explain The Basic Work 9.0 Proper Work Environment. Procedures, As Defined In 10.0 Electrical Safety And Work The Standards Permits Practice. Apply The Basic Electrical Safe Work Practices Plan Work Tasks And Follow Written Job Plans And Procedures Describe The Basic Risk And Hazard Factors Involved In Electrical Work UNIT E FIELD COMMISSIONING 1.0 General 2.0 Testing And Commissioning Describe The Testing And Commissioning Methods

16 Methods. 3.0 Testing And Commissioning Procedures. Used For Various Types Of Electrical Equipment Perform The Commissioning Of Electrical Equipment By Following Proper Procedures And Using Applicable Checklists UNIT E ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE 1.0 Electrical Equipment In Hazardous Areas. Describe The Maintenance Procedures Used 2.0 Electric Motors And Generators. For Various Types Of Electrical 3.0 Switchgear. Equipment Used In Industry 4.0 Protection Systems. State The Proper 5.0 Cables And Power Transformers. Maintenance Intervals For 6.0 Power Electronics. Specific Type Of Equipment 7.0 Lighting. 8.0 Earthing. 9.0 Buildings Emergency And Standby Systems Portable Electric Tools And Equipment High Voltage Overhead Lines. UNIT E-20 ISSOW: ENERGY ISOLATION, LOCKOUT AND TAGOUT (ELECTRICAL) 1.0 Purpose. 2.0 Scope. 3.0 Definitions And Abbreviations. 4.0 Roles And Responsibilities. 5.0 Procedure. 6.0 Lockout And Tagout Procedure. Our Goals are simply stated: No accidents No harm to people No damage to the environment 7 Days 7.0 General Guideline For Use Of Lockout Tagout. 8.0 Regulatory And Standard Regulation.

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