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Experience has taught us that growth must be constant. With this premise we have designed short courses tailored to our clients. Below are the courses that we current have in our portfolio, being able to request quotes for additional specific courses.

Our training courses

Power losses study on electrical grids

  • Focussed on power losses
  • Input data required
  • Statistical methodology using scenarios
  • Indicators for power losses estimation
  • Softwares and process automation
  • Global losses estimation
  • Data Processing and filtering
  • Categorization of critical components
  • Losses reduction recommendations
  • Methodology used for loss reduction in an electrical grid

Wind farms and photovoltaic plants model analysis for digital simulation softwares

  • Simulation environments, package versions to be installed and incompatibilities found in recent years
  • Previous installation guide
  • Historical process review
  • Model scopes for:
    • Power flow
    • Short circuits
    • Electromechanical transients
    • Electromagnetics transients
  • Concept of “user models”, admissible, open and secret libraries.
  • Detailed analysis of available documentation:
    • Use Agreements
    • Requirements
    • Validation
  • Validation criteria. Practical examples
  • Results for simulations of interest
  • Approval methodology
  • Personalized workshops

Power quality

  • Current and voltage harmonics
  • Flicker
  • Voltage variations

Python programming for engineers

  • Python introduction, comparison against other programming languages
  • Versions and compatibility with load flow and stability softwares
  • Installation of parallel versions, proper use of computers and software. Virtual environments
  • Libraries installation for Windows and management of packages with PIP. Linux and Mac packages
  • Python fundamentals for programming and practical exercises:
    • Syntax
    • Comments
    • Variables (data types, int, float, string, lists, tuples, sets, dictionaries)
    • Operators
    • Conditions (if statements)
    • While loop
    • For loop (reversed(),enumerate(), etc.).
  • Definition of subroutines and functions.
  • Use of additional modules:
    • Datetime
    • Math
    • numpy
    • Scipy
    • Matplotlib
    • Shutil
    • Globe
    • Os
    • Xlrd
    • Panda
  • Object-oriented programming. Practical exercises
  • Applications in load flow and short circuit studies. Practical exercises
  • Applications in dynamic studies. Practical exercises

PO-TRA-SL-001/02 - Carrying out works in electrically safe conditions

  • Work on installations with nominal voltage equal to or greater than 1000V
  • Work in the proximity of facilities with nominal voltage equal to or greater than 1000V

Methodology for inertia estimation on electrical grids

  • Introduction to field challenges
  • International relevance
  • Non conventional renewable energy and negative relationship with inertia in electrical grids
  • Study automation process
  • Inertia calculation from field measurements
  • Error analysis 
  • Final Conclusions
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