PSCAD Training for protection engineers

Have you ever been looking for comprehensive and up-to-date training, but you get confused by not useful resources?

Don’t worry because we care about your time and we have collected and attached 5 hours of helpful videos to this course. So it is recommended to watch the attached videos first then start the PSCAD training pack.

  • Language: English
  • Total length: 4 hrs
  • Format: Recorded Video
  • Trainer: Dr. Saeed Roostaee (Profile on Linkedin)
  • The training link and activation number will be sent to your email immediately after payment

Pack Details:

Attached videos to the PSCAD training course

Part 1: This part consists of 4 sections and the total length is 40 minutes. In this part, a simple three-phase AC system is simulated. Different elements and their parameters are explained in detail.

Part 2: In this part, a distance protection scheme is presented in detail. This part consists of 4 sections and the total length is 41 minutes.

Part 3: This part presents the Digital fault recorder in PSCAD and how to config the recorded signals in a fault analysis tool (SIGRA). This part consists of 2 sections and the total length is 32 minutes.

Part 4: This part presents several relay study cases. This part consists of 2 sections and the total length is 16 minutes.

Part 5: This part presents the impedance-based fault location function and how to test this function in a relay. Both single end and double end methods are explained and the process of testing this function using PSCAD, SIGRA are presented in detail. An experimental study has been carried out where several faults in different locations are simulated in PSCAD, The Comtrade file of each is loaded in the Omicron test universe and the associated voltage and current are injected to the SEL 421 (Distance relay) to test the relay fault location. This part consists of 5 sections and the total length is 92 minutes.

Standard Tower is selected and modeled in the PSCAD
Standard conductors are selected
line parameters are calculated with different methods
Testing of a relay fault location is presented
Single end and double end fault location methods are presented
Modeling of a simple distance protection scheme is presented