Most electrical power transmission involves a 3-phase HVAC system. The reasons for choosing HVDC rather than HVAC in a specific case are very complex. Through this modular four-day online HVDC training course, DNV GL responds to the need for more knowledge and understanding regarding this subject.
The online course covers 4 days of 4 hours training each day (08:30-13:00 hours CET), including short breaks. The first part starts with an introduction to why HVDC is increasingly applied in power systems. HVDC LCC technology and its main applications are explained, including the controls and associated DC and AC equipment. In the second part, the substation part is followed by VSC technology with a control system module for VSC and associated AC and equipment specification, including commissioning and failure investigations. The equipment technology session leads on to the case study workshop focusing on a practical project example. Coming immediately after our HVDC converter training, this technologies course completes the overview HVDC systems.
After this course participants have gained in-depth understanding of the various building blocks, types of HVDC technologies, their typical applications and the methods that can be used to ensure the quality of your HVDC projects. You will understand how HVDC converter stations are specified and designed and which developments can be expected in the future.
For more information, please refer to the brochure or the registration form.
On request, DNV GL can also provide in-house training (content, location and duration can be adapted to you specific wishes). Please contact us for more information.
- Introduction to HVDC
- HVDC LCC technology
- HVDC VSC technology
- Quality Assurance and Related Equipment
- HVDC Control and Interoperability
- Q&A session
The course is intended for employees of TSO's, engineering and construction companies and manufacturers, but can also be of interest to wind project developers, consultants, managers or others who require knowledge about the building blocks of HVDC. A background in electrical power engineering is required.
For those interested in HVDC cables, please note that we also offer an online HVDC power cable training course providing a holistic view and sound understanding of HVDC cables and its accessories.