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Measuring techniques for high-voltage systems

The course teaches participants how to carry out measurements on high-voltage systems, focusing on various external factors which could affect the results. Participants also learn how to document results.

Week Date Place Language Avail. Price
39 26. Sep 2019 Tønsberg Norwegian 7 5 400,-
43 24. Oct 2019 Tønsberg Norwegian 7 5 400,-
47 21. Nov 2019 Tønsberg Norwegian 7 5 400,-
50 13. Dec 2019 Tønsberg Norwegian 7 5 400,-

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Course information

Course name: Measuring techniques for high-voltage systems
Duration: 1 day
Price: NOK 5 400,-
Language: Norwegian English

Goal:

The course teaches participants how to carry out measurements on high-voltage systems, focusing on various external factors which could affect the results. Participants also learn how to document results.

Target group:

Operational and maintenance personnel, fitters from electricity boards, power stations and industry.

Course subjects:

●   Discussion of traditional measuring techniques, possibilities and limitations
●   Leakage currents
●   Important parameters for verifying the overall insulation quality
●   Measurement methods
●   "Spot test"
●   "Step-voltage test"
●   "Dielectric absorbtion"
●   "Polarisation index for motors"
●   "Polarisation index for other windings"
●   "The Faust Rule principle"
●   "Dielectric discharge test"
●   "Guard point" measuring
●   Choice of measuring method for various types of test objects
●   Discussion of testing instruments available on the market
●   Procedures when taking measurements on high-voltage cables and windings
●   Discussion and analysis of data


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