This computer-based training course consists of 14 lessons. The first 7 lessons establish a clear understanding of the concepts of controlling generation on the Bulk Electric System. Topics covered in this portion of the course include: generation equipment, steam plants, environment and water systems, turbines, generators, generation control, and system operators and dispatching. The final 7 lessons step through various NERC standards related to generation control.
- Lesson 1: Generation Equipment
- Lesson 2: Steam Plants
- Lesson 3: Environment and Water
- Lesson 4: Turbines and Generators
- Lesson 5: Other Generators
- Lesson 6: Generation Control
- Lesson 7: System Operations & Dispatching
- Lesson 8: BAL-001-0.1a: Real Power Balancing Control Performance
- Lesson 9: BAL-002-0: Disturbance Control Performance
- Lesson 10: BAL-003-0.1b: Frequency Response and Bias
- Lesson 11: BAL-004-0: Time Error Correction
- Lesson 12: BAL-005-0.1b: Automatic Generation Control
- Lesson 13: BAL-006-2: Inadvertent Interchange
- Lesson 14: EOP-002-2: Capacity and Energy Emergencies
Each lesson in this course is culminated with a review and a quiz. Upon completion of the 14 lessons, there is a final assessment that consists of 30 questions. Individuals must attain a passing grade of 70% on the final assessment in order to be awarded the appropriate NERC CEHs.
This class is intended for: new operators to the system that will have the responsibility of generation control; transmission operators who want to expand their knowledge of generation control; individuals who desire the overall philosophy of controlling generation and its impacts to the Bulk Electric System; and those individuals trying to understand generation control as part of NERC Certification Preparation.
NERC Continuing Education Hours:
TOTAL: 12.5 CEHs
Standards: 5.0 CEHs
Ops Topics: 12.5 CEHs
Sim: 0.0 CEHs
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