Competency Based and Hands On Training On Power Quality and Harmonics
The distribution code defines power quality as the quality of the voltage, including its frequency, and the resulting current, that are measured in the Distribution System during normal conditions. Since Power Quality issues affects every consumer in the Grid, the Code dictates standards that to be followed and measured at the point of common
The increasing demand and applications of non-linear load in industries nowadays greatly affects the quality of the
power system. Unfortunately, most of the older electrical designs of industries have no anticipation for these kinds
of loads. Nuisance tripping and unplanned downtimes in industrial and commercial establishments greatly affect
production and contribute a great economical loss.
The stability of power system and mitigations of power quality problems now lies on the hands of Engineering
Team and Maintenance personnel. This technical training will guide maintenance engineers and improve their
technical know-how on how to deal with the power quality issues.
OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAM:
At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:
• Familiarize with the different power quality issues and perspectives.
• Identify different power quality problems.
• Specify solutions for a particular power quality problem.
• Understand the cause and effect of harmonics to electrical system.
• Identify the ways to mitigate the effects of harmonics.
• Design a harmonic filter.
• Specify the transformer K factor rating.
• Understand the usage of power quality analyzer
includes snacks, workbook, CPD points, training materials and certificate of attendance
Who Should Attend?
This course will enhance the understanding and increase competencies for:
• Electrical Engineers
• Engineering department staff
• Test engineers
• Cadet engineers
• Substation engineers
• Engineering faculty members
Facilitators & Technical Speakers
DAY 1 (8 hours)
Power Quality Problem
Voltage Limits Allowed by ERC
Power Quality Issues
Equipment Manufacturer’s Concern
Ideal Voltage or Current Waveform
Voltage or Current Deviation
B. POWER QUALITY PROBLEMS
Sustained Power Interruption
Momentary Power Interruption
Short Duration Power Interruption
Voltage Variation Computation
Voltage Unbalance Computation
C. SOLUTION TO POWER QUALITY PROBLEMS
Motor Generator Sets
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Ferroresonant Transformers Or Constant Voltage Transformer
Dynamic Voltage Restorer
Static VAR Compensator
Isolation Transformers and Reactors (chokes)
Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor (TVSS)
Line Voltage Regulators
Power Quality Meter
Power Quality Analyzer
DAY 2 (8 hours)
A. POWER SYSTEM HARMONICS
Definition of Terms
Sources of Harmonic Currents
Effects of Harmonics
System Response Characteristics
Control of Harmonic Currents
Design of Harmonic Filter
Derating of Power Equipment
Power Failures Due To Harmonics
K Factor Rating of Transformer
B. HANDS-ON ON POWER QUALITY HARMONICS
January 14 2020
February 19 2020
March 25 2020
April 15 2020
May 14 2020
June 16 2020
July 16 2020
August 10 2020
September 1 2020
October 1 2020
November 12 2020
December 10 2020
Engr. Eduardo M. Pabuna, Jr. REE
Engr. Pabuna has 15 years of experience in electrical design simulations, power system studies and substation testing, that makes Engr. Pabuna an experienced electrical professional and facilitator for this program. He is also a resource speaker for various international and local conferences/seminars such as IIEE, Meralco and ABB to name a few. His engineering practice also involves supply, installation, testing and commissioning for major clients like National Power Corporation, Cebu-Mactan Interconnection project, Lafarge Cement, Clark Substation NGCP Project, San Miguel Corporation and various electric cooperatives. Engr. Pabuna is currently the Engineering Head of WESTCO Electrical and Equipment Corp.
Engr. Alex Castro, REE
Engr. Castro’s exposure to testing of substation apparatus such as power transformers, potential transformers, current transformers, circuit breakers, disconnect switches and surge arresters equip him with the technical knowledge and experience to share in his seminars. His experience also
comes from Meralco Industrial Engineering Services Corp. as a Project Supervisor. He is currently the Section Head of the Engineering department for WESTCO Electrical and Equipment Corp.
Vincent Jason V. Peñalosa Certified Infrared Thermographer Level 1 No. 2012PH19N013
Vincent Peñalosa, also known as Jek received his Level 1 Certification on Thermography thru Infrared Training Center of Sweden, Stockholm. He has provided his expertise and consultation for companies like TV5 Reliance, Wyeth Philippines, US Embassy Manila, Glaxo-SmithKline, PiLMICO, The Medical City, St. Lukes Global City, Nestle Philippines, and Purefoods to name a few.
Vincent also serves as the Sales & Marketing Manager for WESTCO Electrical & Equipment Corp., a technical services company dealing with power asset maintenance, testing, engineering, power quality, and electrical safety solutions. He graduated top of his class in the 14th Marketing Diploma Program at the Ateneo CCE in 2013.
Before joining WESTCO, Vincent was lecturer and consultant for ABS-CBN, TV5, and GMA 7 for the pre and post-production. He is a Digidesign Certified Pro Tools Music Operator, and a Digidesign Certified Pro Tools Post Production Operator. This certification is one of only 4 in Asia, the 1st in the Philippines, and only one of 200 certified all across the globe.