I. SHIPS’ ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • Interpretation of a ship’s electrical layout Diagrams • Understanding the distribution of power from the main generators, 440V switchboards, transformers, 220V/110V switchboards, distribution panels, emergency generators, shore connection, down to the utilization equipment. • Use of layout diagrams and fault finding techniques to guide engineers in locating faults(earth faults, short circuits, loose connections) in the system
II. MEASURING INSTRUMENTS • Proper use of basic electrical measuring instruments such as multi testers, live-line testers, insulation tester, clampmeter, tachometer, phase- rotation tester, wattmeters, • Insulation testing of feeders, branch circuits, and transformers.
III. ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM • Power distribution system • Insulated and Earthed Neutral systems • Switchboards, circuit breakers, transformers • Electric cables
IV. GENERATORS and MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKERS • Main generator construction • Automatic Voltage Regulators • Governors
• Synchronization methods • Emergency generators • Generator protection • Power management system • Generator maintenance
IV. ELECTRICAL SAFETY • The myths and facts of electrocution • Special provisions for High Voltage systems, • Personal Protective Equipment, • Hazardous Locations (Class and Divisions) • Explosion Proof panels, glands, fittings, used in hazardous locations,
V. ELECTRIC MOTORS • Construction, connection, speed control and direction control • Troubleshooting and maintenance of electric motors • Insulation testing of motors and locating grounded windings • Interpretation of high-current and unbalanced current readings • Motor protection schemes using motor relays
VI. MOTOR CONTROL DEVICES • Starters, relays, timers, protective devices, contactors, switches (involves understanding of operation, application and basic testing)
VII. ELECTRICAL CONTROL CIRCUIT • Laboratory Exercises: Interpretation and connection of electrical control diagrams using actual electrical diagrams from ships such as START/ STOP circuit, TWO-STATION CONTROL, FORWARD/REVERSE control, TWO-SPEED control, WYE-DELTA starter, and other motor control circuits • Advanced Motor Control Technology – Drives and Soft starters
Upon successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:
A. Interpret a ship’s electrical system by understanding the layout of main and emergency generators, shore connection, main and emergency switchboards, transformers, down to major electrical loads and auxiliary and ancillary electrical system.
B. Find faults in the electrical system by employing systematic procedure in troubleshooting.
C. Practice safety during electrical maintenance and troubleshooting works by using proper PPE, employing Electrical Permit-to-Work (EPTW) and Lock-out, Tag-out (LOTO) systems.
D. Use common electrical measuring instruments in electrical maintenance and troubleshooting activities.
E. Perform troubleshooting and maintenance works on generators, cables, circuit breakers, lighting systems, motors and starters, batteries and UPS systems.
F. Troubleshoot motor starters and control circuits (requires interpretation of schematic diagrams). g. Understand special electrical practice (using explosion protection or Ex) for hazardous locations.
Knowledge in practical electricity
|Training Start||Training End||Schedule||Venue||Enroll|
|Dec 14, 2019||Jan 18, 2020||Saturday 08:00 AM-05:00 PM||Room 204 - 2240 MFI Building, Taft Avenue, Pasay City|
|Dec 16, 2019||Dec 26, 2019||M, T, W, TH, F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM||Room 504 - 2240 MFI Building, Taft Avenue, Pasay City|
|Jan 06, 2020||Jan 14, 2020||M, T, W, TH, F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM||Room 504 - 2240 MFI Building, Taft Avenue, Pasay City|
|Feb 29, 2020||Apr 04, 2020||Saturday 08:00 AM-05:00 PM||Room 504 - 2240 MFI Building, Taft Avenue, Pasay City|
|Apr 06, 2020||Apr 14, 2020||M, T, W, TH, F 09:00 AM-05:00 PM||Room 504 - 2240 MFI Building, Taft Avenue, Pasay City|