Electrical Transformers: Testing and Diagnostics
- 4 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- What Causes Transformer to “Age”?
- Problem Solving and Failure Analysis
- Insulation Degradation
- Manufacturer Transformer Testing
- Ratio, Polarity And Phase Relation Test
- Insulation Condition
- Dielectric Withstand
- High Frequency Transient Dielectric Tests
- Low Frequency Transient Dielectric Tests
- No Load And Load Loss Measurements
- Short Circuit Withstand Test
- Winding Resistance
- Partial Discharge
- Dissolved Gas Analysis (DGA)
- Online Monitoring
- Fundamental Electrical Transformer Knowledge
Electrical Transformers: Testing and Diagnostics is an intermediate video course where you will learn all about electrical transformers troubleshooting that are essential in working within this industry; from general failure investigation methods to specific transformer tests such as Dissolve Gas Analysis (DGA).
I have handcrafted this course to allow students to acquire fundamental troubleshooting skills on electrical transformers as well as how to apply it in the utility industry.
If you are currently or working towards a career where you need to manage/maintain/troubleshoot transformers, you will find this course of great help to get the foundations you need to kick start your professional career. If you work on the vendor/supplier side, this course will provide you with the tools to effectively and efficiently find out the root cause and to answer basic transformer issues for your clients.
Please note, this is not a Fundamentals Course! I would assume that you already have foundational knowledge on transformers. Please enroll in my “Electrical Transformers Fundamentals” to gain fundamental knowledge of Electrical Transformers if you doubt your own knowledge and experience.
So let's get started! Let's start your fulfilling journey and mark an important point of your phenomenal career!
- Engineers or engineering students who are going to design, maintain and/or troubleshoot transformer issues
- Professional who work in the Transformer supplier/vendor side and want to know what to look out for when their clients phone them with transformer issues