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Electrical Bootcamp Training Batch 5

Electrical system design is the process of planning, designing, and implementing electrical systems for various applications. These systems can be used in a variety of settings, including residential,...
3 Students
Last updated 2023-06-02
Enrollment: 10
Language: Urdu
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Your Coverages

  • AutoCAD Electrical
  • Low Voltage Panel Design
  • EPLAN P8
  • Building electrical Design
  • ETAP for Power System Analysis
  • Dialux for Lighting Design
  • REVIT for Electrical

    Course Requirements

  1. AutoCAD Software
  2. Design knowledge
  3. EPLAN P8
  4. DIALUX
  5. REVIT Electrical

    Which Students must take this course

  1. Engineers, Designer

Course Content

Lecture 1: How to Read Single Line Diagram
00:34:59
Lecture 2: How to Read Control and Power Drawings
00:42:45
Lecture 3: DOL Starter
00:30:46
Lecture 4: Reverse Forward & Star Delta
00:38:24
Lecture 5: Start Delta Reverse Forward Combine Starter
00:44:34
Lecture-6 AutoCAD Commands Part-1
00:31:14
Lecture-7 AutoCAD Commands Part-2
00:27:27
Lecture-8 AutoCAD Commands Part-3
00:20:46
Lecture-9 AutoCAD Commands Part-4
00:43:57
Lecture-10 Cable Sizing
00:50:54
Lecture-11 MCC Design
00:38:15
Lecture 12: Power Factor Improvement Calculation
00:39:54

ETAP Load Flow Analysis PART -1
00:12:37
ETAP Load Flow Analysis PART -2
00:25:17
ETAP Load Flow Analysis Part-3
00:35:48
ETAP Short Circuit Analysis
00:35:01
Arc Flash and Switching Capacitor Bank
00:56:08
Motor Acceleration Study
00:52:42
Cable Sizing
01:01:19

Single and Building Wiring Rules
01:21:43
Building Wiring Test and Layout Plans
00:56:43
DIALUX CLASS 1
00:45:15
DIALUX CLASS 2
DIALUX CLASS 2
00:50:08
DIALUX 3
00:32:48
Earthing and Grounding
01:05:07
DB Design and How to Size a Tranformer or Generator for any Building
01:01:52
Documents use in Projects
01:15:51

ELAN Interface
00:53:59
Schematic Drawings on EPLAN
00:45:02
2d Panel Layout
01:02:24
3D Panel Layout
00:36:35
3D Panel Layout
00:57:46

Description

Electrical system design is the process of planning, designing, and implementing electrical systems for various applications. These systems can be used in a variety of settings, including residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional settings. The goal of electrical system design is to ensure that the system is safe, efficient, reliable, and cost-effective. The electrical system design process typically involves the following steps: Requirement gathering: In this step, the designer gathers information about the electrical system requirements, including power demand, voltage, current, and other specifications. System design: Based on the requirements gathered, the designer then creates a preliminary design of the electrical system. This may include selecting appropriate electrical components such as transformers, circuit breakers, and cables. Simulation and analysis: The designer may use simulation software to test the design and make sure that it meets the requirements. Documentation: The designer creates detailed drawings and schematics of the electrical system to aid in the installation process. Installation and testing: The electrical system is installed and tested to make sure that it is functioning properly and safely. Maintenance and support: The electrical system must be maintained and supported to ensure that it continues to function properly over time.

Instructor Profile

Usman Saleem Mufti
Usman Saleem Mufti
Automation Engineer
I am Automation Engineer Working in Burraq Engineering Solutions as a Design Engineer. I have 8 Years of Hands-on Experience. I did a lot of projects on Industrial Automation. I have 4 years of Teaching Experience in Different sectors educational as well as Corporate sectors. I as a teacher available for the students for help. The primary and overall objective of this course is to give a novice an understanding of SCADA programming, and the inner workings of a standard HMI (Human-Machine Interface). Students will learn the difference between digital and analog signals and how to bring them into a PLC nd SCADA, process them, and send them back out. Students will be familiarized enough with a sufficient variety of SCADA designs to create a complete SCADA Project from scratch. Students will develop an understanding of alarm and notification programming, and the relevant considerations to safety and operator usability in SCADA. Students will be introduced to HMI development and given a general understanding of how an HMI program works.

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