Electrical Power System Analysis


 Description & Objectives  DescriptionA Power System is predominantly in steady state operation or in a state that could with sufficient accuracy be regarded as steady state. In a power system there are always small load changes, switching actions, and other transients occurring so that in a strict mathematical sense most of the variables are varying with the time. However, these variations are most of the time so small that an algebraic, i.e. not time varying model of the power system is justified.

The purpose of this course is to develop a thorough understanding of power system analysis and design as well as the overall capabilities of Power Station. Class room discussion, and problem-solving has been designed to provide the analytical techniques necessary to solve a wide variety of practical problem



  • Verifying the adequacy of the power distribution system and it’s components.
  • Recognize coordination related disturbances and outages.
  • Collect the required data to perform a detailed coordination study.
  • Derive complete protective device settings for some of the simpler electrical power systems that are consistent with NEC requirements.



 Course Content 
  1. Introduction to Industrial Power Systems
  2. Short Circuit Theory and Terminology

v  Effects of Short Circuits

v  Fault Current Sources

v  Machine Reactances

v  Fault Current Characteristics

  1. Electrical Equipment Ratings

v Fuses

v Circuit Breakers

v Motor Starters

v Conductors and Bus

  1. Balanced Fault Calculations
  2. Coordination Fundamentals

v Procedures

v Data Collection

v Scaling Factors

  1. Plotting Time/Current Curves

v Circuit Breakers

v Fuses

v Time Delay/Instantaneous Relays

v Relay Coordination Intervals

  1. Equipment Protection and Coordination

v NEC and ANSI/IEEE Criteria

v  Conductors (Low and Medium Voltage)

v  Transformers

v  Motors e. Conductors (Low and Medium)



Instructor Tugino, ST, MT(expert in Electrical Power System Analysis and Instrumentation) 
Who Should Attend This course is intended for anyone who must perform calculations, provide settings or approve the work performed by others. The trainee should be a graduate engineer or have the equivalent practical work experience in electrical power systems.
Method Presentation, Discussion, Simulation, Case Study, and Evaluation
Time & Venue Training will be held on :

  • March 27th – 30th 2012

At Grand Aston Hotel, Yogyakarta (**** )

 Course Fee 



IDR 8.500.000,- / participant (non residential)

Special rate IDR 8.000.000,- / participant (non residential) for minimum 3 participants from the same company.




  • Convinience meeting room at Grand Aston Hotel, Yogyakarta ( *****)
  • Free drop and pick-up services to and from the airport
  • Transportation during training
  • Training Kit
  • 2x Coffee break & Lunch
  • Certificate
  • Souvenir


Registration should be made 5 days prior to the implementation of training.

Number of attendees must be in accordance with the number of participants registered. If the number of attendees does not match with the number of participants registered, then the company must pay the training cost as much as the number of participants that are registered in the enrollment form that has been sent to us.


Payment can be made at the time of registration or via bank transfer to acc:

PT Bank Mandiri Cabang KH Ahmad Dahlan Yogyakarta

Acc. No.  137-00-0786993-2



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