About this training course

In an ideal electrical power network, electrical power is expected to be delivered with

  • A purely sinusoidal voltage of constant nominal magnitude
  • The three phase voltages at identical magnitudes and identical phase-phase angles, and
  • The load currents aligned with the respective voltages - that is with purely active power load.

This is rarely the case in reality. Electrical power networks often experience problems with voltage magnitude fluctuations, harmonics, unbalance between the three phase voltages, and reactive power. Power Quality is an electrical engineering field which looks at causes, effects, and remedies associated with these issues.

Power quality studies aim to determine the effect the customer loads have on the supply grid, and to ensure that the customer load network connection does not negatively impact the grid network. The Power Quality Studies typically focus on Reactive power, Harmonics, Unbalance and Flicker. The power quality studies are therefore a critical part of the negotiations between the customer and the grid authority and are typically conducted whenever a new connection is established, or when an existing connection is augmented.

This training is intended to cover HV and MV with voltage levels from 11kV to 330kV.

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