It is recommended that the participants hold at least a Bachelor of Engineering degree or have a certain foreknowledge of power cables. The Power cables in general course is a recommended preparation, but not a requirement.
Most medium voltage cables are exposed to low current loads and can achieve a significant lifespan without causing major problems. Things are quite different when cables are subjected to high current loads and when accessories regularly fail, or when the cable itself is called into question in terms of its residual life. The influences of current load-carrying capacity and moisture are of significant importance for cables. This course is designed to demonstrate that with the proper knowledge and with the proper use of tools, it is possible to manage the acquisition of insight into the residual life of cables. This insight in turn becomes input for the replacement or maintenance policy. Both future failure behavior and future investments are linked to this.
This in-depth practical two-day training course is part of a series of courses on power cables, consisting of a general three-day course, Power cables in general and several in-depth two-day courses, providing more detailed information on the following topics:
- Ampacity and engineering aspects of power cables
- Ageing, quality assurance, testing, diagnostics and failures of power cables
- Asset management, maintenance and remaining life of MV cables
- Asset management, maintenance and remaining life of HV and EHV cables
On request, Energy can also provide an in-house training course in English or Dutch (content, location and duration of the course can be adapted to the client’s wishes). Please contact us for more information.
- Asset management
- Cable types and accessories
- Types of faults
- Ageing processes
- Diagnostic methods
- Remaining life
- Practical exercises
Anyone involved (or to be involved) with power cables in the course of their daily work. It is recommended that the participants hold at least a Bachelor of Engineering degree or have a certain foreknowledge of power cables. The Power cables in general course is a recommended preparation, but not a requirement.