A seminar offering participants theoretical and practical knowledge for cable fault location.
- History and construction of cables
- Fault types, electrical and physical characteristics
- Analyzing the fault, series or shunt fault, flashover fault, open circuit fault, ground contact fault, ingress of moisture
- Principles of cable fault location
- Safety issues about cable fault location
- Cable fault prelocation:
- Time Domain Reflectrometry (TDR)
- Arc Reflection Method (ARM)
- Impulse Current Measurement (ICE)
- Decay measurement
- other advanced methods and their application
- Pinpoint location of cable faults
- high resisitive faults
- low resistive faults
- Sheath testing and fault location
- Line tracing
- Cable and phase identification
- Cable test vans and systems
- Different maintenance strategies
- Cable testing and diagnostic methods for different cable types
- Practical exercises
General technical knowledge of electrical power systems.
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