Transmission and Distributions

Every year, technology grows and “transforms” the way we think, live, and do business. Whether the economy is good or bad, the speed is countinusly  increasing. Virtual infrastructure has taken the place of hardware and software. This wave affects every industry. BES Instittute is dedicated to chronicling the path and trajectory of how technology is reshaping specific industries, in both dollars and sense, across many sectors of the economy. These solutions may include developing new transmission and distribution infrastructure, upgrading existing infrastructure, and implementing advanced technologies to improve the efficiency and reliability of the power grid. 

Transmission means the process of transferring electrical energy from generating stations to substations. , which are located near population centers. This is done through high-voltage transmission lines. 

Distribution refers to the process of Distributing electricity from substations to individual customers through a network of low-voltage distribution networks. Both Transmission and distribution systems are necessary for the supply of electricity to end users.

  • Introduction to Generation, transmission and distribution technologies, HVDC Transmission
  • Transmission lines, structure, design, installations and maintenance, Gas insulated transmission
  • lines
  • Overhead, underground & submarine transmission line
  • Transmission lines planning, procurement, material management and stores
  • Transmission line parameters, Sag and Tension of Conductor, Corona and Noise, Geomagnetic
  • Disturbances
  • Electric load, EMF, Insulators, Interconnection, Lightning Protection,
  • Reactive Power Compensation, Transmission Line Reliability Methods, High-Voltage Direct
  • Current Transmission System
  • Substations and Switchyards, Transformers, reactors, design, erection and maintenance
  • Codes, specifications, rules and regulations, Standards
  • Power System Loads, Distribution System Modeling and Analysis,
  • Power Distribution System Operation and Control, Distribution System Characteristics and
  • Protection
  • Electric power utilization, power quality,
  • Grid technologies, Policies, mechanism and operations

Transmission and Distributions

  • Course Fee: 40,000/-
  • Duration; 2 Months
  • Timings: 9AM-11AM, 11AM-1PM, 1PM-3PM, 3PM-5PM, 5PM-7PM, 7PM-9P
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