Feb. 6, 2018 - Feb. 8, 2018
Date: Feb. 6- 8, 2018
Time: 8:30am - 4:45pm (8:30am - noon on last day)
Embassy Suites Hotel, 150 Anza Blvd.
Burlingame, California 94010
This course is designed for engineers who are using ASPEN OneLiner to perform short circuit and relay coordination studies and wish to become more proficient in using the program. The course material is intended for users of all levels. The class will include hands-on training of System Modeling, Short Circuit Studies and Protective Equipment Studies.
- OneLiner user interface.
- Network modeling: Generators, transmission lines, transformers, MOV-protected series capacitors, zero sequence mutuals, generator models for wind turbines, PV and non-traditional generation sources.
- Short circuit calculations: starting voltage assumptions, outaged and grounded lines, circulating current in wye-wye-delta transformer, phasor probe, simultaneous faults, batch fault simulation.
- Overcurrent, distance relay protections and logic scheme modeling.
- Plotting overcurrent relay curves, and conductor- and transformer-damage and inrush curves.
- Plotting distance relay characteristics.
- Plotting protective-device characteristics on time-distance diagram.
- Importing relay data from SEL 5010, 5030 and other manufacturers' relay data files.
- System-wide relay coordination studies, automatic coordination checking functions.
- Tools for compliance with PRC-023-3, PRC-025-1, PRC-026 and PRC-027.
- Special applications: breaker rating module, acr-flash hazard calculator, stepped event simulation, fault location, export relay test file, boundary equivalent, ground current calculator.
- Network-model and relay-data management.
- Program installation: network keys, file sharing, work group setup.
Sherman Chan received his BS degree from Harvey Mudd College and his PhD degree from M.I.T., both in engineering. He worked at Bonneville Power Administration and at System Control, Inc. before founding ASPEN in 1986. Sherman is a Fellow of IEEE.
Thanh Nguyen received his BS and MS degrees in Nuclear Power Engineering from Moscow Power Engineering Institute in Russia and a PhD degree in power system at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee. Thanh is a member of IEEE.
A block of rooms is reserved under ASPEN TRAINING at the Embassy Suites Hotel (phone number: 650-342-4600) at a rate of $219 plus tax per night. A full breakfast is included. You can also use THIS LINK to make the hotel booking online. Reserve your room by Jan. 19, 2018, in order to obtain the above rate.
The hotel is only a 5-minute drive from the San Francisco International airport (SFO). The hotel provides free shuttle service to and from the airport. The hotel shuttle runs regularly every 20 minutes. Downtown San Francisco (for sightseeing) can be reached by train in 30 minutes. The hotel can arrange a shuttle to take you to and from the train station. A car is optional.
The hotel provides a full breakfast daily. ASPEN will provide lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday, and also dinner on Wednesday.
Class will meet from 8:30am to 4:45pm on Tuesday and Wednesday. Class will meet from 8:30am to noon on Thursday.
You must bring a laptop (with Window 7 or Windows 10) for hands-on sessions. We will send you a link to download the training software 10 days before the class starts. You will need Administrative privileges to install the training software. We recommend that you also bring a full-size mouse, unless you are comfortable with the laptop pointing device. ASPEN will provide program keys.
Group Discount and Cancellation Policy
Call for discounted rate if your company is sending four or more people to this course.
If you cannot attend, another person from your company can come in your place. If you wish to cancel, we will refund the registration fee provided that you notify us by writing by January 9, 2018 (four weeks before the start date of the class).