Course on ETAP

ETAP is the most powerful software in the area of Electrical Power systems. Using this software you can design and analyze your power system from the source of power all the way to the loads connected to it. It offers an integrated and interactive software solution for modeling, design, analysis, simulation, operation, control, optimization and automation of electrical power systems.

Power system experts trust ETAP for their most demanding projects. Only ETAP enables users to successfully and cost-effectively conduct power system monitoring and predictive simulations, using their original ETAP design model and combining it with real-time data

Course Objectives

ETAP is used as an analysis platform for the designing, simulating, operating and automation of generation and distribution of industrial power systems.

It is fully interactive and allows you to make changes to the one-line diagram, run system studies, and graphically review study. It gives you the opportunity to explore the many features and capabilities of ETAP including Load Flow, Short-Circuit, Motor Acceleration and many more

Course Highlights

The course comprises of several modules to help candidates master their skills in the ETAP tool and its rich features. Some of these modules are as under:

  • Generating Stations / Power Plants

  • Constructing SLD

  • Load Flow Analysis

  • Short Circuit Analysis

  • Motor Acceleration

  • Transformer Sizing

Job Prospects

ETAP is used across several Power Plants and Substations. The application is used as a powerful engineering model to create, document and print models. Having being used across the Power Plants, ETAP certified professionals are high in demand.

Ideal for

  • Those students pursuing or completed Electrical  Engineering.
  • Those students pursuing or completed Diploma or certificate courses in Electrical Engineering.
  • Anybody interested to get entry into Power Plant, Substation Design.





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