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NAVAL MARINE ELECTRICAL GROUNDING

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DAY ONE

Program Outline

NAVAL MARINE GROUNDING COURSE

Session 1: Electrical Grounding Overview

  • Grounding- Definitions
  • Grounding methods
  • System Grounding
  • Single Point Grounding
  • Solid Grounding
  • Impedance Grounding
  • Resistance Grounding
  • Ground Faults
  • Why Ground Circuits and Systems
  • Grounding Systems
  • Grounded Systems

Session 2: Classification of Various Grounding Standards. Codes and Rules

  • FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS
  • DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SPECIFICATIONS
  • DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARDS

    MIL-STD-464 Electromagnetic Environmental Effects, Requirements for Systems

    MIL-STD-2003-5 Electric Plant Installation, Standard Methods for Surface Ship and Submarines

    MIL-STD-2169 High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) Environment

  • NON-GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS

    AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE (ANSI)

    ANSI/IEEE

    Session 3: ELECTRODE System

  • Grounding Theory
  • Parameters, Measurements and Calculations
  • Electrical Grounding and Corrosion
  • Installation and Protection
  • Sizing the Grounding Electrode Conductor
  • General requirements for:
  • Shipboard Grounding, Bonding, & other techniques for EMC, EMP & Safety
  • Ground potential and ships ground plane
  • Ground potential for metallic hull ships
  • Ground potential for nonmetallic hull ships
  • Electrical safety
  • Bonding and grounding of composite structures
  • Hull-generated EMI prevention.

    Session 4: CIRCUIT GROUNDING

  • CIRCUIT GROUNDING
  • Ships source of electrical power
  • Grounded Conductor
  • Direct-Current Systems
  • Alternating-Current System
  • Rigging Shore Power
  • External source through shore power cables
  • Unrigging Shore Power

    Session 5: EQUIPMENT GROUNDING & BONDING

  • EQUIPMENT BONDING & GROUNDING
  • Major Requirements:
  • Identification of the Bonding Conductor
  • Bonding/Grounding and electric Shock
  • Ship’s Bonding installation
  • Hardware for C bonding
  • Bonding straps, Type I,II, III, IV & V
  • Equipment cabinets and hardware items
  • Shock-mounted
  • Bond strap and grounding wire routing
  • Joiner/false/honeycomb bulkhead mounted equipment

    Session 6: Stand-by/Emergency Generators

  • Main Bonding Jumper
  • Portable generators
  • GROUNDING A generator
  • Separately Derived System
  • Three Pole ATS Generator
  • Four Pole ATS Generator DAY TWO

    Session 7: OFF-SHORE & SHIP’S GROUNDING SYSTEM

  • System Reference Zero
  • Detection of a Faulty Neutral-Ground
  • System Sizing Wiring to Meet Computer Industry Standards
  • Grounding Line Treatment Devices
  • Transient Overvoltage Protector Grounding
  • Gas Tubes Metal Oxide Varistors Silicon Avalanche Diodes
  • Ship’s Computer Grounding System
  • Ship’s Ground plane(s)/Elements of the ground plane
  • Superstructure, equipment foundations and racks
  • Shielded room(s)

    Session 8: HULL-GENERATED EMI PREVENTION

  • Portable and removable metallic deck hardware
  • Nonmetallic topside material
  • Bond topside metal-to-metal contact junctions
  • Cable and hull penetration EMI control
  • Topside cable installations
  • Shielded cable
  • Unshielded cable

    Session 9: ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT GROUNDING (EMI/ESD/RFI)

  • Introduction and Definitions
  • Computer and Electronic Equipment Grounding
  • Telecommunication Rooms and Closets
  • Data Processing Equipment
  • Grounding Electronic Security Equipment Grounding
  • RF tuned receiver front-end stages
  • LF-MF receiver(s), but no in-band transmitter(s)

    Session 10: Telecommunications Equipment Protection

  • Telecommunication Site Grounding
  • Grounding Subsystems
  • Exterior Ground Ring
  • Interior Ground Ring –
  • Halo Ground
  • Low-Frequency Networks
  • High frequency Networks

    Session 10: EMI ON ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS

  • Susceptibility - Immunity
  • Cable Shielding and Grounding
  • Losses by Absorption and reflection
  • Grounding Low- and High-Frequency Shielding
  • Grounding High-frequency Shielding
  • Coaxial Cables
  • Superficial Resistivity
  • Resonance and Skin Effect

    CASE HISTORIES

    REFERENCES

      National Electrical Code/IEEE Standards/ANSI Stds, Industry STDS
    • Communications:
    • Canadian Standards Association
    • TIA/EIA - 568: Commercial Building Telecommunications Cabling Standard
    • TIA/EIA - 607: Commercial Building Grounding and Bonding Requirements for Telecommunications
    • ISO/IEC IS 11801: Generic Cabling for Customer Premises
    • BICSI: BICSI Telecommunications Cabling Installation Manual
    • BICSI: BICSI Customer-Owned Outside Plant Design Manual (CO-OSP)

    Earn Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Credits

    Successful completion of this course qualifies participants to receive a certificate of course completion with indicated CEUs. CEUs are granted by either "North Idaho College", "Gonzaga University", "IEEE" or the Engineering Institute of Canada. One CEU is equivalent to 10 professional development hours of instruction. The following course earns 1.4 CEUs.

    COURSE BENEFITS

    It has been determined that over 70 per cent of all electrical problems in industrial, commercial and institutional power systems are due to poor grounding and wiring errors. Without proper grounding, sensitive electronic equipment is subjected to destruction of data, erratic equipment operation, and catastrophic damage.
    This electrical grounding seminar will give participants a comprehensive understanding of practical applications of proper grounding and wiring practices.

    Increase Your Knowledge
    · Focus on specific electrical grounding problems and consequences relating to fires, safety of personnel, and damage to equipment
    · Participate in discussion of electrical grounding problems and how to overcome or avoid them
    · Gain a firm foundation of knowledge for your next project involving electrical grounding
    · Develop your knowledge of theory and practice

    Learn About

    · The requirements of the National Electrical, CEC in Canada and NOM 001 in Mexico.
    · Specific grounding problems, installations and code requirements
    · Testing procedures for residential, industrial, commercial and institutional electric power grounding systems
    · Practical solutions to grounding problems

    After Attending, You Will

    · Work more safely and efficiently
    · Have a better understanding of Article 250 in the 2005 N.E.C.®
    · Be more aware of the benefits of good grounding systems
    · Be better prepared to design your next grounding system

    Who Should Attend

    This electrical grounding course is a must for electrical engineers, design engineers, electrical engineering managers, project managers, power quality specialists, maintenance managers, consultants and technologists responsible for the design, construction, installation, inspection, operation, or maintenance of electrical systems, designers, contractors, and electrical technicians, inspectors, safety personnel and other employees responsible for the operation and maintenance of electrical grounding systems in a commercial, industrial, institutional or utility setting.

    Effects of Poor Grounding

    Without good grounding, sensitive electronic equipment is subjected to destruction of data, erratic equipment operation, and catastrophic damage.
    Inductive effects of lighting including transients, wiring errors, and code violations cause damages estimated at about $20 billion dollars in the US and Canada each year.

    The economics:

    Loss of sales, Loss of production, Loss of work in process.

    The knowledge acquired in this course will enable the participant to apply correct electrical installation procedures (CEC/NEC), effective cabling and state of the art technologies available for the protection of equipment and circuits. Code violation poses the greatest hazards to human life.

    Other considerations:

    Sometimes a system shut-down can cause a telecommunications company thousands of dollars per hour. To a petrochemical company, an unplanned shut down can cost millions of dollars.
    With the practical application of the Electrical Code (CEC) and electrical grounding practices, which minimizes errors and loss of equipment, the cost of the course will be amortized many times over.
    Other considerations are Warranties and Guarantees. For insurance validation, these warranties/guarantees are based on compliance with the Electrical Code (learned in this course).

    CONTACT US: pablodiaz@gstgrounding.com



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