This 4-hour online course is designed for engineers and technicians who are seeking knowledge in the area of high speed protection and end-to-end testing.
The content of this online session, which is geared towards engineers and technicians, is as follows:
- Overview of distance protection including step distance
- Basis for high speed protection
- Different types of channels in use
- High speed protection – DCB, POTT
- Overview of line current differential including alpha plane
A detailed procedure for running an end-to-end test using state simulation and COMTRADE files will be provided. Test plans will be created and these tests will be used to verify a POTT and a DCB scheme.
End-End testing to verify the performance of line current differential will also be presented.
Ed Khan has been with Doble for over 6 years working in various capacities including product manager for protection tested related instruments. Currently, he is the Director of Protection R&D and Training at Doble.
Prior to Doble, Mr. Khan has worked for GE, ABB, SEL, KEMA and others in various capacities. He has 33 years of experience in system studies, protection applications, relay design, teaching and product management. He has a thorough knowledge about product development, protection, harmonic analysis, harmonic filter design, stability studies, Real Time Digital Simulations and more. He has presented courses on behalf of Doble in US and overseas and has been an invited speaker for utilities and industrial customers in Southeast Asia, Middle East, Mexico, India and China.
Katherine George is a Training Specialist and has been with Doble for over two years. She provides customer training and consulting services for implementing and using RTS software. In addition, Ms. George is responsible for maintaining and updating the RTS User Guides and training materials. Before joining Doble, she was a professional services consultant and trainer with TMA Systems, where she was responsible for customer implementations, training and database management.