Electrical Supervisor Course in Pakistan

Electrical Supervisor
 Burraq Engineering Solutions is offering his services in all Electrical Supervisor  Training Courses. We are offering physical classes of all professional courses for electrical engineers in Lahore and online training of short electrical courses in all over the Pakistan with certificate. We are offering our professional services in all job-oriented courses from last 8 years in the field of Automation & Electrical Engineering. BES is best training institute which is offering its services from last years with 5000 +  students. Due to rapid increase in online education we launched a platform Lyskills where you can get training of electrical supervisor training.

Fee: 25,000

Duration: 4 Weeks

Timing: 9AM-11AM, 11AM-1PM, 1PM-3PM, 3PM-5PM, 5PM-7PM, 7PM-9PM

Electrical Supervisor Course Outline

  • Different methods of generating electromotive force.
  • Voltage with chemical reaction. E.g… Different types of batteries.
  • Voltage with heating junction of two diff, mettles. E.g… Thermocouple.
  • Voltage with friction. E.g.. Static electricity.
  • Voltage with pressure or tension in crystals. E.g. quartz.
  • Voltage from light, e.g. solar panel.
  • Voltage from moving conductor in magnetic field. E.g. generators.
  • Magnetism.
  • Natural magnet.
  • Properties of magnet, magnetic induction.
  • Magnetic poles and their properties.
  • Line of forces, their path and properties.
  • Magnetic field in electrical supervisor
  • Flux, flux density.
  • Magnetic materials and Permeability.
  • Electricity generation by magnetism. Faraday Law of generating EMF.
  • By rotating conductor in a magnetic field.
  • By rotating magnetic field around a conductor.
  • Keeping conductor in a changing magnetic field.
  • Sino sidle wave form.
  • Commutation.
  • Turns and voltage relation in electrical supervisor
  • Voltage regulation in generators in electrical supervisor
  • Different types of DC generators.
  • Type regarding excitation.(Separately and self-excitation)
  • Type regarding Connections.
  • Dc Series generator and its characteristics.
  • Dc Shunt generator and its characteristics.
  • Dc Compound generator and its characteristics.
  • Short shunt compound generator in electrical supervisor
  • Long shunt compound generator.
  • Over compound generator characteristics.
  • Differential compound generator characteristics.
  • Level compound generator characteristics.
  • Construction and winding of an armature.
  • Calculations of power generation in watts, kilo watts and bigger units.
  • Direct current motors.
  • Excitation vs. speed control principle.
  • Dc Series Motor, its characteristics and use.
  • Dc Shunt Motor its characteristics and use.
  • Dc compound Motor its characteristics and use.
  • Generation AC electricity.
  • Generation AC and Sino sidle wave form.
  • Relation between RPM, poles and frequency.
  • Types and construction of AC generators.
  • Single phase Generator.
  • Two phase generator.
  • Connections of two phases with neutral.
  • Three phase generation.
  • Generator winding and relevant calculations.
  • Brush less generator its, construction, major parts and working details.
  • Generator rating and necessary calculations.
  • Synchronizing of two generators.
  • Synchronizing conditions.
  • Synchronizing methods.
  • Shifting load in KW from one to other Gen.
  • Shifting load in KVAR from one to other Gen.
  • Transformer.
  • Types of transformer.
  • Core material and types of core.
  • Calculations of power for designing transformer.
  • Primary turns calculations
  • Turn ratio between primary and secondary windings.
  • Three phase transformer.
  • Star and delta connections and comparison.
  • Percentage impedance.
  • Auto transformer.
  • Transformer parts and assembly.
  • AC power calculations.
  • Inductor and behavior of current in a inductor.
  • Lagging current and loss of power due to lagging current.
  • Condenser, capacitor charge and behavior of current in capacitor.
  • Leading current and loss of power due to leading current.
  • Power factor.
  • Calculations of AC power. 
  • Improvement of power factor connections and setting of C/K value.
  • Calculation of power factor from electricity bill.
  • Alternating current Motors.
  • Working principle of an alternating current Motor.
  • Types of AC single phase motors.
  • Commutator type AC Series motor.
  • Commuters type AC repulsion motor.
  • Shaded pole motor.
  • Split phase motor.
  • Capacitor type motor.
  • Single phase motor power calculations.
  • AC three phase motors.
  • Three phase Squirrel cage induction motor.
  • Three phase Wound rotor / slip ring motor.
  • Three phase Synchronous motor
  • Stator winding in single and three phase motors.
  • Three phase Motor power calculations.
  • Protections of electrical machines.
  • Fuses, types of fuses.
  • Over current protection. I.e.. Inverse time definite time, Long time, short time, instant.
  • Earth fault protection.
  • Differential protection.
  • Reverse power protection.
  • Phase sequence protection.
  • Phase rotation protection.
  • Over and under voltage protection.
  • Over and under frequency protection.
  • Winding over temperature protection.
  • Bochholz protection.
  • Oil temperature and level protection.
  • Fire protection.
  • Earthling and grounding.
  • Installation of deep ear-thing electrode.
  • Installation of plate type ear-thing electrode.
  • Double ear-thing of machines.
  • Lightening protection and protected area.
  • Function of ELCB.
  • Cable, wires and conductor.
  • Types of cables regarding conductor. (Copper, aluminum, flexible, stranded and solid).
  • Types of insulation and use. (PVC, VIR, TRS, Teflon, Rubber, XLP)
  • Popular sizes of cables.
  • Current density and current carrying capacity of cables.
  • Voltage drop in cables.
  • Cables and tables.
  • To calculate size of cable for some load and distance.
  • Cable, wires specifications.
  • Winding wires and their insulation. (SCC, DCC, SSC, DSC, Enamel, Super enamel, Pignum).
  • Voltage Regulation.
  • Potential difference and voltage drop.
  • Voltage regulation with resistance, inductance, capacitance, autotransformer.
  • Current regulation.
  • Regulation with resistance, inductance,
  • Regulation with variable core inductor.
  • Regulation with magnetic shunt.
  • Regulation with saturable core inductor.
  • Motors starting methods.
  • Locked rotor motor conditions analysis and how to decrease starting current.
  • With series line resistance method.
  • With series line reactance method.
  • With auto transformer method.
  • With rotor resistance method.
  • With star to delta method.
  • Measurement of electrical values.
  • High Voltage measurement in AC and DC supply.
  • High Current measurement in AC and Dc supply.
  • High and low Resistance measurement.
  • Inductance measurement.
  • AC to DC conversion.
  • Diode and its construction.
  • Half wave rectification.
  • Full wave rectification with Centre tap transformer.
  • Single phase Full wave rectifier stack.
  • Three phase half wave rectifier with center tap transformer.
  • Three phase full wave rectifier stack.
  • Silicon controlled rectifier (SCR).
  • DC to AC invertors. Voltage and frequency relation (PWM) method.
  • Introduction to Proximate SW. Limit SW, Temp. SW, Pr. SW, Speed SW, Vibration SW. Flow SW.
  • Electrical tools and instruments. (See list of tools and instruments).
  • Short note on winding. (DC Armature. Single and three phase motors).
  • Applied electricity.
  • Safety in electricity.
  • Question answer session.

What is an electrical supervisor?

The electrical supervisor is responsible for a wide range of tasks and is in great demand on the job market. Because the number of technical applications that we use in our everyday life is increasing continuously. The electrical supervisor participates in the development and construction of electrical equipment and systems and performs tasks in production and assembly.

Here to electrical supervisor find employment in such diverse fields. B. in the electrical industry with manufacturers of electric motors or industrial process control devices, in companies that generate and distribute electricity, in mechanical and plant engineering, in the manufacture of precision mechanical and optical products, at broadcasters or in electrical installation companies

What tasks does an electrical engineer have?

The field of activity of the electrical supervisor varies depending on the focus and industry. In principle, he develops system components for automation technology, building and supply technology, energy generation and information and communication technology. He prepares technical drawings, programs electrical components, carries out tests, creates measurement reports, analyzes errors and develops proposed solutions. In addition, he organizes and monitors the production, assembly and commissioning of electro-technical systems.

The tasks and activities of the electrical supervisor in detail

  •  Participation in the development of technical procedures and processes, assemblies and, if necessary, digitally networked electrical engineering machines
  •  Participation in the construction and project planning of assemblies, devices and, if necessary, networked components of electrical engineering
  • Ensuring work preparation in production
  • Monitoring of the production and assembly process, planning and implementation of quality assurance measures
  • Installation, maintenance and repair of systems, plants and devices
  • Takeover of sales tasks, e.g. B. Acquisition, technical offer processing, project management and customer care
  • Organization of materials management
  • Creation of the technical documentation

What skills does an electrical supervisor need?

The electrical supervisor should have knowledge of physical laws and relationships. Mathematical knowledge should also not be missing so that the electrical supervisor can calculate switchgear, control and protection devices for electrical machines and systems in his everyday work. In addition, the electrical engineer needs knowledge of technical drawing in order to be able to make sketches and drawings of circuit systems, for example.

In addition to these technical skills , the electrical supervisor should be able to work independently, precisely and responsibly. A willingness to perform and work is also required of him. The electrical engineer should have a certain willingness to learn, as he has to keep himself up to date with the latest developments in electrical engineering. Teamwork and leadership skills round off his profile, as he assigns tasks to employees depending on their qualifications and has to guide and motivate them.

How do you become an electrical supervisor?

In order to be able to work as electrical supervisor, prospective professionals must have completed training in a relevant area, such as electronics technicians, electrical systems fitters, industrial mechanics or mechatronics technicians.

The subsequent further training to become an electrical supervisor at a technical college takes about two years and is offered with a focus on information and communication technology or energy and automation technology.

The training can also be completed part-time as a part-time job. Depending on the chosen focus, the contents differ massively from one another. In the field of energy and automation technology, however, the following content is on the curriculum, for example:

  • Automated manufacturing
  • electric energy supply
  • Measurement, control, regulation and drive technology
  • Energy Technology
  • News and information technology
  • Practical knowledge of electrical machines and systems
  • Operational management
  • Quality and project management

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