1 Course Description:
This course is intended to prepare the target persons with the ability to perform all electrical grounding system design for Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Facilities and AC Substations.
2 The targeted Persons:
Design engineers, new graduate engineers, under graduate engineering students, site field engineers, maintenance engineers and technicians.
3 Skills Development:
On completion of this course the target person will be able to:
 Know all the grounding system terminology,
 Distinguish between different types of grounding systems,
 Specify the different components of grounding systems,
 Know design steps for grounding systems,
 Know the required field data for grounding systems design,
 Determine grounding requirements from soil resistivity results,
 Analyze field and tests Data that will be used for grounding systems design,
 Distinguish the different grounding systems included in Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Facilities,
 Performing grounding design calculations by (6) different methods for Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Facilities,
 Know the grounding design procedure for AC Substations,
 Performing grounding design calculations for AC Substations,
 Use the excel spreadsheets for grounding system design for Domestic, Commercial and Industrial Facilities and AC Substations.
4 Course Outline:
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Earthing System Components (Part One) (Part Two) (Part Three)


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Third Step: Grounding Design Calculations:



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The building interior bonding (Part One) (Part Two) (Part Three)



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