Invitation: Power Station Generator and Induction Motor Protection 2016

Generator and Power Station Protection

A Comprehensive Consideration of Power Station Generator and Induction Motor Protection, Plus Over Current and Different Protection of Ancillary Plant

13 – 15 JULY 2016 * SINGAPORE

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Why You Should Attend?

This practical and step by step approach is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of power station protection to less experienced engineers and technicians while still meeting the needs of more experienced professionals.


Delegates will learn the principles of power station protection schemes, the art of scheme selection and the generic process associated with determination of optimal settings and configurations for the protection relays and schemes associated with all power station equipment.

What You Can Achieve From Attending This Class:

  • DEVELOP an appreciation of the implications of protection scheme security, reliability, discrimination and speed; and the associated applications and implications of duplicate and back-up protection functionality
  • GAIN an understanding of sequence components, especially with respect to implications on transformer, induction motor and generator protection
  • LEARN how to coordinate and grade over current protection of power station ancillary plant
  • BUILD an understanding of busbar protection, both with respect to high impedance differential and low impedance differential protection schemes


Seats Are First Come First Serve Basis  – Reserve YOURS Today!

Interested, kindly email to or with the event name, trainer’s profile, dates and location, we will share our brochure with you. In case you do not get any responds from us, do call (+65) 6535 2358 for further assistant.



If you have a group of 10 – 15 participants but not able to send them for our public courses, contact us for in-house training today! YF Asia can conduct courses at your preferred location and dates. Simply email to for more details.

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