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Diagnosis of electrical faults course

Course Duration: 5 Days

Duration (Hrs) 34 Hours/Hours

Course Mentor: Higher Engineering Sciences Institute for Training

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Overview

Electrical equipment plays an important role in the distribution of electricity. This equipment must be operated and maintained in a safe manner to ensure continuity of current for customers and consumers, and at the same time, it remains safe and reliable at all times so as not to be a source of danger to workers in the field of electricity. This course includes the diagnosis and repair of faults for most electrical devices used in water treatment and control plants and sewage treatment plants, the theoretical aspect of the electrical system, equipment and electrical components, troubleshooting common faults and some unfamiliar faults. It will also provide participants with an overview and understanding of a variety of different electrical equipment and systems that will help avoid hazards. The course will also focus on electrical hazards and international safety requirements

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, participants will be able to:
 Increasing awareness of the skills needed to conduct periodic examination.
 The ability to diagnose faults.
 Ability to troubleshoot and fix faults
 Learn about the latest technologies to detect faults in the shortest possible time and repair them with high efficiency.

Target Audience

 Electrical Engineers.
 Electrical Supervisors.
 Electricians.
 Professionals responsible for operation, maintenance and fault finding techniques.
 Employees whose scope of work includes limited electrical maintenance.
 New electrical personnel who need to acquire new skills in troubleshooting and repairing electrical equipment.
 Those who wish to know the basics of diagnosing and repairing faults from the beginning.

The Main Topic of the Course

 General introduction to electrical systems.
 Accurately identifying and controlling the electrical equipment used in water treatment plants and sewage treatment plants.
 Identifying and clarifying a variety of electrical faults in water treatment and control equipment and wastewater treatment equipment.
 Discussing procedures for detecting electrical faults.
 Learn about various maintenance programs and monitor the condition of electrical equipment.
 Describe the function of electric generators and electric motors.
 Emphasizing the need for an effective grounding system and effective protection systems.
 Identify the dangers of electricity and safety methods and procedures.
 A review of the operation and control circuits of electric motors and methods of fault detection.
 Familiarity with electrical cables and techniques for searching for their faults.

Course Outlines and Training Plan

Electrical system and security and safety instructions

 Electrical systems (network) and its constituent electrical equipment
 Electric Power Distribution Networks
 Electrical hazards and preventive measures
 Safe work practices and isolation procedures
 Types of faults in electrical networks and factors affecting fault diagnosis
 Introduction to the maintenance of electrical equipment
 Reading, tracking and applying electrical diagrams and using them to discover and repair faults

Different types of maintenance and maintenance planning

 Maintenance of recommended electrical equipment
 Predictive maintenance and early detection of faults before they occur
 Preventive maintenance and maintenance scheduling
 Factors affecting periodic maintenance
 Interactive maintenance and troubleshooting
 Monitoring and controlling the status of electrical equipment online
 Electrical maintenance planning

Diagnose faults in electrical equipment

 Diagnosing generator malfunctions and repairing them.
 Diagnosis of electrical motor faults and repair of faults.
 Diagnosing electrical cable faults, testing and repair methods.
 Diagnosing faults with electrical panels, testing them, and methods of repairing them.
 Power electronics, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and batteries.
 Control devices and circuits in electric motors.
 Modern methods and techniques in diagnosing faults.
 Devices used to diagnose faults.

Control, protection and troubleshooting of electrical circuits

 Electrical switches and types of maintenance used
 Electrical protection and its importance to maintain electrical equipment
 Variable speed motors, harmonics and methods of treatment