New Delhi: The national-grid operator Power System Operation Corporation Limited (POSOCO) is organising a two-week training program on ‘Power System Modelling and Simulation’ from April 18 to 29, 2022. The training program is being attended by participants from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka in New Delhi. The workshop is being organised in close association with The Integrated Research and Action for Development (IRADe). The programme was inaugurated by the Ministry of Power's Secretary Alok Kumar.
The program is being delivered by engineers from POSOCO and it would include self-assessment tests on major functional areas covered in the course followed by interactive sessions with senior executives and industry experts. The participants would get an opportunity for field visits to the world’s first multi-terminal HVDC station at Agra.
The Power System Modeling and Simulation training program is designed to familiarize participants from the basics to the advanced levels of the power systems. This course has a theory as well as hands-on sessions on the power system, per unit system, modelling of power system elements, steady-state load flow studies, fault analysis, dynamic modelling and simulations, reactive power studies, transfer capability assessment and optimal power flow.
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