Power & Energy

01
Mar
2017

01-03-2017 - 03-03-2017
Rs.17,250.00
INTRODUCTION
The major difficulty faced by the Indian Power Utilities today is the menace of high T&D losses. Further, the Indian Power System is characterized by generation capacity shortages, ever increasing demand for energy utilization leading to poor operational efficiency. Unless the Electric utilities adopt more efficient techniques for energy management system and for reduction of Technical and Commercial Losses there is little hope of running them efficiently at reasonable cost. System improvements are to be carried out by introduction of new technologies in different areas and reducing the losses by accurate assessment of the losses by innovative methods. The aim of providing quality power at an affordable cost to the consumer only remains a slogan until the T&D losses are fully contained.
In the new environment the power utilities are looking to change their business structures to meet the challenge through use of new technologies in revenue management and loss reduction.
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01
Mar
2017

01-03-2017 9:00 am - 03-03-2017 5:00 pm
Rs.17,250.00

INTRODUCTION 

Power Plants and Process Industry constitute an important element of industrial sector that contributes a great deal to the national GDP. Management of physical assets particularly those of capital intensive ones such as power plants and process industry, plays a vital role in deciding their safe operation, business performance, profitability, and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements, etc. Further, the management of non-physical assets such as sustenance of brand value, reputation, assurance of customer delight through technical excellence etc. need to be taken care of since these can also significantly influence organisational performance outcomes positively and negatively. The entire framework of processes and sets of activities in power plants and process industry, which ensure operational effectiveness, efficiency, safety and elimination / minimisation of risks associated with the assets not only when they are new but also throughout the various stages of their life cycle is called Asset Integrity. Asset integrity is influenced through the entire life-cycle activities such as appropriate design, engineering, procurement, installation, commissioning, workforce training-development-retention, supplier development and partnering, operation, maintenance, remnant life analyses, refurbishment, life extension and disposal. The Asset Integrity Management Plan provides a structured method of translating overall organisational strategic objectives into their achievement in alignment with the requirements of Asset Integrity. The recently introduced ISO 55001 Standard For Asset Integrity Management (AIM) provides a structured approach for organisations to demonstrate their commitment to Asset Integrity and the introduction, reinforcement and continuous improvement of Asset Integrity Management Plans and related processes, through periodic audits by certified independent third party agencies. 
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08
Mar
2017

08-03-2017 9:00 am - 10-03-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.17,250.00
INTRODUCTION
With the Indian economy growing year by year, the target of providing reliable power supply to consumers is being increasingly important. To meet this challenge new power station are being added and substation are continuously being strengthened.
As you know, transformer and switchgear are the most important and vital asset in power system. Reliability and availability of such assets plays an important role in the operation of a power system.
The largest number of transformers failure occurred in the Utility Substation sector, but the highest among them is Generator Step-Up transformers. If the extraordinary Business Interruption loss is ignored, the generator step-up transformer is still significantly higher than any other category. (This is to be expected due to the very large size of these transformers.)
Switchgear is an important link in any power system network, including transmission and distribution systems. These days, increased emphasis is being given to condition monitoring of circuit breakers and high lights the role it plays along with associated systems, in power system network
The rapid expansion of power systems, and utilities unable to spare the transformers for maintenance and coupled with shortage of skilled personnel in maintenance has aggravated the situation. So it is time to train and retain engineers in Condition Monitoring and Preventive maintenance techniques.
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14
Mar
2017

14-03-2017 9:00 am - 16-03-2017 5:00 pm
Rs.17,250.00

INTRODUCTION

“Supercritical” is a thermodynamic expression describing the state of a substance where there is no clear a pressure above 22.1MPa. (Mega Pascal). Up to an operating pressure of around 19 MPa in the evaporator part of the boiler, the cycle is sub-critical. This means, that there is a non-homogeneous mixture of water and steam in the evaporator part of the boiler. In this case, a drum-type boiler is used because the steam needs to be separated from water in the drum of the boiler before it is superheated and led into the turbine. Above an operating pressure of 22.1 MPa in the evaporator part of the boiler, the cycle is supercritical. The cycle medium is a singlephase fluid with homogeneous properties and there is no need to separate steam from water in a drum. Once through boilers are therefore used in supercritical cycles.

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21
Mar
2017

21-03-2017 9:00 am - 23-02-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.17,250.00
INTRODUCTION
The present Electrical Power system has grown over many years. Electronic or intelligent components, Automation in the form of SCADA, IT for Metering, Billing& Collections, remote meter reading are introduced to improve operational easiness, better performance etc as well as to manage the growing consumer base. But the power sector continuously finds itself unable to meet the required demand. The SMART GRID is expected to help in realizing better management of power system operations with participation of all Stakeholders.
The Smart Grid aims to modernize today’s grid which is aging, unreliable, susceptible & silent to all forms of disturbances The smart Grid concept offers several characteristics (I) Self healing and adaptive. (II) Distributed Generation (III) Interactive with consumers (IV) Optimized to make best use of resources and equipment (V) predictive rather than reactive.
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