Power & Energy

28
Jun
2017

28-06-2017 9:00 am - 30-06-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.17,250.00
INTRODUCTION
 
Heat transfer from one fluid to another fluid is one of the most important process activities in all industries including power plant and process industry. Heat Exchangers constitute a vital class of equipment which bring about energy transfer from one fluid to another fluid on continuous mode. Sizing of heat exchangers is a very important design activity which shall ensure the required heat transfer capacity and also smooth operation of the equipment. Heat exchangers also contribute a great deal to improve energy efficiency by economizing energy use in Power Plants and process industry. In many industries, the heat exchangers also handle hazardous fluids which exchange heat energy as part of process requirement. Various types of heat exchangers constructed in wider variety of materials are in use in industry. Mechanical integrity of the heat exchangers is of paramount importance, as any breach in the exchanger not only interrupts the plant operation involving production losses but also may lead to release of hazardous fluids in to environment. Review of basic knowledge vis-à-vis recent developments of such important process-equipment is very useful for the working engineers of power plants and process industry. This program takes the participants through construction features of various types of heat exchangers, selection and sizing of heat exchangers, engineering design guide lines, testing and performance evaluation, networking of heat exchangers for better energy efficiency, failure modes with case studies.
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04
Jul
2017

04-07-2017 9:00 am - 07-07-2017 5:15 pm
Rs.23,000.00

INTRODUCTION

Solar Energy is a readily available source of the energy. It is also the most important of the non-conventional source of energy as it is non-polluting and therefore helps in reduction of Green House Gases. The National Solar Mission aims at 20,000 MW solar energy by 2020. This would mean installation of new solar energy capacity of 2000MW per year. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) New Delhi, India has formulated a programme to have Solar Energy in more than a million households in next few years. This has created a huge demand for technical manpower in solar energy field. It is also necessary to have an interaction with grid to evacuate the power generated and also meeting the Electricity Regulatory Commission guidelines. Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI) a premier institution of training plans to conduct “Renewable Energy and Integration with grid”. 

Rs.23,000.00 49
11
Jul
2017

11-07-2017 9:00 am - 13-07-2017 5:15 pm
Rs.17,250.00

INTRODUCTION

Metering, over the years, has played a very important role as means of revenue collection driven by the new imperatives in power generation, conservation and utilization and tariff structures, etc. Metering is today emerging as a major subsystem within utilities operational framework. The driving force within metering is the rapid advances in metering technology, which today provides the tools to do things hitherto not possible in metering function. Metering today is not limited to revenue collection but entered into areas of load control, system planning, tariff structuring, reduction in T&D losses, etc. A system approach is, therefore, needed to metering to achieve these applications. A combination of state - of – art technologies in metering, information technology can provide an integrated solution to many problems faced by utilities. The advent of information technology helps in finding proper solutions to the management and interpretation of large masses of data. The static and digital energy meters representing a good solution for all the application when an increased accuracy is required.

Rs.17,250.00 50
18
Jul
2017

18-07-2017 9:00 am - 21-07-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.23,000.00

INTRODUCTION

Thermal Power Generation contributes a major share of the total electricity generated in the country. In a thermal power plant, corrosion and erosion of components have direct impact on the plant availability, which in-turn affects the plant load factor of the station. Hence maintenance of water chemistry plays a very vital role in this aspect. The performance evaluation reports of thermal power stations annually generated by CEA as well as data available at various thermal power stations highlight problems associated with corrosion and erosion in different components of power plants such as boilers, condensers, Deaerators, coal and ash handling plants, etc. There is still large scope to increase the availability and out-put of the existing coal based thermal power plants by reducing the down time by following “Essential Boiler Water Chemistry for O&M Engineers”.

Rs.23,000.00 50
25
Jul
2017

25-07-2017 9:00 am - 28-07-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.23,000.00
INTRODUCTION
 
With rapid development of urban power networks, ensuring reliability of power supply and meeting the load demand in heavily populated cities has become a challenging task. Higher concentrated load in these areas demands higher quantum of power and the use of overhead transmission systems face serious challenges by way of right of way problems, safety considerations aesthetics having impact on the scenic beauty of the cities. This places a special demand on underground cables for providing reliable power supply.
Technologies used in the manufacture of cables have also evolved from the paper insulated and PVC cables to the Present day XLPE cables which are regarded as far superior to the earlier generations. Presently under ground cables are available from 11 KV to 400 KV and selection of these cables requires suitable choice in the manufacture, laying, maintenance and protection.
As system strengthening works in urban areas are contemplated in a large way to bring down losses by way of erection of additional substations with cable networks under R-APDRP schemes. ESCI considered it appropriate to design a 4 day course on this subject.
 
Rs.23,000.00 50
01
Aug
2017

01-08-2017 9:00 am - 03-08-2017 5:00 pm
Rs.17,250.00

INTRODUCTION 

Power system in India has witnessed a phenomenal growth during the last few decades. Adhoc expansion of distribution network to meet the village electrification has resulted in high distribution system losses. Reduction of losses is an important agenda for any transmission and distribution companies.
Rs.17,250.00 50
09
Aug
2017

09-08-2017 - 11-08-2017
Rs.17,250.00

INTRODUCTION

 Process industries and power generation industry needs large amounts motive power for different applications, these drives need to be rugged and energy efficient to provide the needed reliability of service. Induction motors typically meet the heavy duty needs of the industry in a very effective manner. To ensure that these motors operate effectively, the health of the motors needs to be verified through condition monitoring techniques to avoid interruptions. Condition Monitoring of motors is a must for economical and reliable plant operation. Variable speed drives are another class or drives required for industrial application. To cater to the needs of larger segment of industries including newclear power plants, we have added new topics of coverage 
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28
Aug
2017

28-08-2017 9:00 am - 01-09-2017
Rs.29,325.00

INTRODUCTION

The installed generating capacity in the Indian Power System is above 2,28,000 MW at present and new capacity is continuously added. In spite of such capacity addition, failure of electrical equipment cause wide spread damage, disorder and chaos. Enquiry committees are often appointed to enquire into the root causes of such occurrences. A quick glance through the findings of such committees make it amply clear that in majority of these cases the cause is identified as, “faulty manufacture”, or “Defective erection and commissioning”. Power system experts had always stressed the importance of systematic approach to the process of commissioning the power equipment, as it provides the last opportunity to detect defects and to take corrective steps. And yet, It is globally seen that full advantage of the “the last opportunity” is not taken. Hence all the causes elaborated above can be summarized as “commissioning Lapses”. The power system is expected to grow further in coming years to meet future demands. In order to build such magnitude of power system precise planning, proper erection and Commissioning would be required. In meeting these challenging tasks, it is required to have trained personnel in “Testing and Commissioning of Electrical Equipment in Power Utilities”.

Rs.29,325.00 50
05
Sep
2017

05-09-2017 9:00 am - 07-09-2017 5:00 pm
Rs.17,250.00

INTRODUCTION

Over the past few years, there has been a significant increase in the use of Information Technology (IT) and new operational Technologies (OT) in the power sector in India. The increase in the use of IT in public sector Discoms has been driven primarily by R-APDRP. The greater use of OT has also been made possible by funding from various government programs. The private Discoms too have been implementing these technologies driven by the need to reduce their technical and commercial losses and improve performance levels Historically, IT and OT have occupied separate realms in the power sector. However, in order to realize their full potential, utilities need to integrate operational technologies such as Supervisory control and Data acquisition (SCADA), Distribution management system (DMS), Outage management system(OMS), and remote terminal units(RTU) with IT systems that support metering, analytics, customer information system, etc. This will lead to optimized business processes, better information for decision making, more effective network management and improved customer service. While IT-OT convergence is not entirely new, there are more business and technology reasons now than in the past, which are driving the integration of the two technologies.

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