Learn and Design Capacitors' Panels for Electrical Networks

Learn and Design Capacitors' Panels for  Electrical Networks

Learn and Design Capacitors' Panels for Electrical Networks
Video: .mp4 (1280x720, 30 fps(r)) | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2ch | Size: 765 MB
Genre: eLearning Video | Duration: 13 lectures (2 hour) | Language: English
Improving power factor for electrical loads, MV and LV networks, and design capacitor panels required for installations.

What you'll learn

The concept of power factor and its impact on electricity networks
The influence of the power factor on induction motors and how to improve it
The influence of the power factor on the electrical transformers and how to improve it
Designing the necessary capacitor banks for each component of the electrical networks
Method of installing power capacitors
Advantages of improving power factor in electrical systems


The ability to design capacitors panels for every factory, institution or building
The ability to improve power factor in Medium Voltage and Low Voltage networks
The ability to set the necessary values for the capacitors needed to compensate with every voltage on the network
The ability to determine the extent of benefit from reducing technical losses in cables, lines and distribution transformers
The ability to check faulty capacitor panels for installations using a power analyzer device
Calculation of capacitor values needed to compensate for homes (1 phase - 3 phases ) in winter and summer seasons


This course focuses on the analytical and design aspects of improving the power factor in all electricity networks and how to apply practical examples to give you the skill side in your design. Through hands-on experience in testing capacitor plates, I provide you with a desalination plant that I have tested and identified malfunctions.

In addition to the design of capacitor plates that need to be placed on electrical distribution transformers and network elements that operate at a voltage of 22 / 0.4 kV and the extent to which the technical losses are reduced by the power factor.

Who this course is for:

Students who are studying Electrical Engineering and Power systems
Electrical Engineers who work at electricity distribution companies

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