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EEE 126 - 66&11 kV OHTL Design Using PLS-CADD (10 Days)

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
EEE 126 01 July 2018 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
EEE 126 26 August 2018 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
EEE 126 23 September 2018 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
EEE 126 21 October 2018 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
EEE 126 18 November 2018 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link
EEE 126 23 December 2018 10 Days Istanbul $ 5900 Registration Form Link

 

Course Description

The purpose of this course is to teach you how to use the PLS-CADD computer program. This computer lab course includes background theory and hands-on computer modeling. Lectures will present the basic concepts, and computer exercises will illustrate them. Numerous case studies will provide a range of real-life examples.

Course Objectives

  • Apply and gain a good working knowledge on 66&11 kV OHTL design using PLSCADD.
  • Recognize terrain modeling covering the various aspects including organizing. project files, viewing commands, opening of windows and viewing of phases and sags.
  • Prepare a terrain model, generate and edit features codes data and import XYZ terrain models.
  • Create alignments, profiles and side profiles, multiple alignment options, TIN terrain models and break lines.
  • Identify where to get conductor data and the design criteria to limit the Aeolian vibration
  • Determine conductor design and modeling and identify the various conductor types, permanent deformation from overloading and creep, effects of high temperature on creep and strength reduction, aluminum in ACSR conductors, conductor model in PLS-CADD 4 and stress strain charts.
  • Illustrate structural design of poles, towers and frames of different materials and apply structures modeling by allowable spans, sag and tension calculation and optimum structure spotting.

Who Should Attend?

  • Structural engineers
  • Consulting engineers
  • Design and drafting technicians
  • Construction engineers

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Integrated and computerized aspects of line design
  • PLS-CADD system
  • PLS transmission structure programs
  • The specific functions of PLS-CADD

Day 2

  • List the three dimensional engineering model
  • Terrain modeling covering the various aspects
  • The necessary data needed for terrain modeling
  • Perform proper surveying techniques

Day 3

  • Prepare a terrain model
  • Generate and edit features codes data
  • Import XYZ terrain models
  • Create alignments side profiles

Day 4

  • Multiple alignment options
  • TIN terrain models and break lines
  • Differentiate XYZ and user-defined data
  • Filter XYZ data

Day 5

  • Attach DXF and bitmaps to plan
  • Generate, edit or import PFL terrain models 
  • Illustrate line routing and design 
  • Conductor design and modeling 

Day 6

  • The various conductor types
  • Permanent deformation from overloading and creep
  • Effects of high temperature on creep and strength reduction
  • Aluminum in ACSR conductors

Day 7

  • Conductor model in PLS-CADD 4
  • Stress strain charts
  • Get conductor data 
  • Design criteria to limit the Aeolian vibration.

Day 8

  • Temperature, ampacity and line thermal rating
  • Constructions documents
  • Structural design of poles, towers and frames of different materials
  • Apply structures modeling by allowable spans

Day 9

  • Sag and tension calculation and optimum structure spotting.
  • Complete and detailed profile and plan drawings, 
  • Modeling existing lines, assessment and refurbishing, automatic optimum spotting 

Day 10

  • Steel latticed tower analysis and design.
  • Apply hands-on training 
  • Implement the design principle using PLS-CADD software