ETAP Training

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  • Course Code: PGETAP
  • Affilaited: Govt Of India
  • Duration: 30 Days
  • Projects : Yes
  • Skill Level: All
  • Languages: English
  • Softskill: Mandatory
  • Assessments: Self
  • Regular Batch: Mo - Fr
  • Weekend Batch: Sat & Sun


Today’s highly increasing competitiveness over the industry demands high quality and most consistent products with a competitive price. To address this challenge number of industries considering various new product designs and integrated manufacturing techniques in parallel with the use of automated devices.

Automation takes a step further mechanization that uses a particular machinery mechanism aided human operators for performing a task. Mechanization is the manual operation of a task using powered machinery that depends on human decision making.

One of the remarkable and influential moves for getting the solutions of above mentioned challenge is the industrial automation. Industrial Automation facilitates to increase the product quality, reliability and production rate while reducing production and design cost by adopting new, innovative and integrated technologies and services.

Course Objectives

  • Complete knowledge of ETAP Software.
  • Able to Program, Testing & Commissioning of Hardware.
  • Able to analysis, simulation, monitoring, control, optimization, and automation of electrical power systems.
  • Able to work in Electrical Industries, Substation, ,Oil & Gas, Power Plant etc.
  • Real-time Projects Execution.


Training Highlights

  • 100% Hands-On Practical Oriented Training
  • Industrial experienced faculties
  • Fully Equipped Updated Software and Hardware facility
  • 100% Placement Assistance Track record Till Date
  • Individual Focus
  • Frequent accessibility to Industrial leadership
  • New generation Hardware
  • Free Soft Skills Training


The primary and overall objective of this course is to give a hands-on experience of Software Interface, analysis, simulation, monitoring, control, optimization, and automation of electrical power systems.

  • Lecture 1.1:

    ETAP : Software

  • Lecture 1.2:

    Introduction about ETAP, Shunt-Series Compensation, Surge Impedance Loading

  • Lecture 1.3:

    Load Flow Analysis Load Flow Analysis & Objective for Industrial system usingPower Factor Correction

  • Lecture 1.4:

    different scenarios - Transformer Tapping Calculation, Types of Loads & Calculations

  • Lecture 1.5:

    Case Studies for Industrial Systems

  • Lecture 1.6:

    Generator Modelling, Control Mode & Emergency, Diesel Generator

  • Lecture 1.7:

    Short Circuit Analysis – Introduction & Objective

  • Lecture 1.8:

    Balanced & Unbalanced Faults Calculations, Modelling of Circuit Breaker

  • Lecture 1.9:

    X/R Ratio Case Study & Selection of Transformer Impedance

  • Lecture 2.0:

    Motor Starting Analysis – Introduction & Objective, Static Motor Starting, Dynamic Motor Starting

  • Lecture 2.1:

    Protection & Relay Co-ordination Studies -Introduction & Objective

  • Lecture 2.2:

    Relays – Non directional Phase overcurrent relay Non Directional Earth Overcurrent Relay, Directional Phase Overcurrent Relay, Directional Earth Overcurrent Relay

  • Lecture 2.3:

    Relay Co-ordination using LVCB

  • Lecture 2.4:

    Release – Thermal, Magnetic, Long, Short, Transient Stability – Introduction & Objective

  • Lecture 2.5:

    Generator Relative Angle , Generator Outage, Modelling of AVR & Governor

  • Lecture 2.6:

    Harmonic Analysis – Introduction & Objective

  • Lecture 2.7:

    Non Linear Loads & Filter Sizing

  • Lecture 2.8:


  • Lecture 2.9:

    Introduction to DIALUX & Introduction About Components Selection

  • Lecture 3.0:

    Indoor Lighting modelling and Calculation & Outdoor Lighting and Calculation

  • Lecture 3.1:

    Street Lighting and Calculation

  • Lecture 3.2:

    Power Plant

  • Lecture 3.3:

    Coal and Thermal Power Plant - Ranking Cycle, Layout of Modern, design of boilers, design of condensers, design of cooling water , FBC Selection of Materials, Layout of power plants, Super Critical boilers and EPC, Optimization components.

  • Lecture 3.4:

    Gas and Diesel combined Power Plant

  • Lecture 3.5:

    Nuclear Power Plant

  • Lecture 3.6:

    Renewable Energy Power Plant

  • Lecture 3.7:

    Design of Transmission and Distribution

  • Lecture 3.8:

    Structure of Power System

  • Lecture 3.9:

    Modeling of lines, GMD Calculations, Modeling of EHV Lines HDVC, EHVAC and FACTS

  • Lecture 4.0:

    Control of Power Lines

  • Lecture 4.1:

    Classification of Lines, Surge Control, Control of Real and Reactive Power, Plant Level Control

  • Lecture 4.2:

    Choice of Generators, Excitation control SVC, SATCOM and FACTS Transient Control

  • Lecture 4.3:


  • Lecture 4.4:

    Types of Cables, Surge Control, Selection of Cables

  • Lecture 4.5:

    Selection of BusBar and BusDucts

  • Lecture 4.6:

    Selection of Tower

  • Lecture 4.7:

    Design of Wire & Design of DB

  • Lecture 4.8:

    Projects , Assigments & Test

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