Course Description:
This course is intended to prepare the targeted persons with the following:
 Knowing the steps of Lightning Protection System Design Process,
 Knowing the definitions of Main Terms in Lightning Protection System Design Process,
 Knowing IEC 623052 method of Risk Assessment Study,
 Knowing NFPA 780 method of Risk Assessment Study,
 Knowing Software Method For Performing The Risk Assessment Study,
 Knowing Online Calculators Method For Performing The Risk Assessment Study,
 Know how to size Air Termination System Components,
 Knowing different methods for the Best Positioning of Air Terminals,
 Know how to Determine The Number Of Down Conductors,
 Know how to design earth termination system,
 Know how to write specifications for the designed LPS.
The targeted Persons:
Design engineers, New graduate engineers, under graduate engineering students.
Skills Development:
On completion of this course the target person will be able to:
 Apply all the steps for Lightning Protection System Design Process,
 Perform the Risk Assessment Study,
 Size Air Termination System Components,
 Apply methods for the Best Positioning of Air Terminals,
 Determine the Number Of Down Conductors,
 Design earth termination system,
 Write specifications for the designed LPS.
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