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Features Overview

ETAP is the leading software used by Electrical engineers for modelling of Electrical equipment in power plants, FPSOs, Transmission and Distribution stations to name a few. Being the leading software in the industry, knowledge of ETAP has become a SKILL for Electrical engineers of today. 

ETAP is a program developed for the Microsoft® Windows operating systems. It is fully interactive and allows you to make changes to the one-line diagram, run system studies, and graphically review study. It gives you the opportunity to explore the many features and capabilities of ETAP including Load Flow, Short-Circuit, Motor Acceleration and Arc Flash and many more.

During the training, comprehensive course notes will be provided with practical hands on examples.

PREREQUISITES:
Basic knowledge of Electrical principles, symbols, equipment and design.

TRAINING MODULE:
In this training manual, you will Learn how to:
•    Creating One-Line Diagrams, (adding elements, connecting elements, creating networks etc)
•    Editing Element Properties (Generators, Motors, Cables, Transformers, Lumped Loads etc)
•    Protective Device Coordination and Selectivity
•    Load Flow Analysis (Normal and Unbalanced)
•    Short Circuit Analysis (IEC and ANSI)
•    Arc Flash Analysis (Quick Incident Energy and Global)
•    Motor Acceleration Analysis (Static Motor and Dynamic Motor)
•    Panel Systems
•    Transient Stability
•    Other modules based on attendees request and time permitting. 
•    Complete Project Assignment

OBJECTIVES
At the end of the course, you should be able to:
•    Build system single line diagrams using IEC standards and ANSI standards.
•    Interpret and analyze Electrical study reports such as Load Flow report, Short Circuit report etc.
•    Size protective devices; understand the principle of electrical protection and Transient Stability.
•    Read and interpret TCC curves, Understand Arc Flash analysis, and recent IEEE and IEC regulations.

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