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Training course on Overhead Lines (OHL)

Two day training course providing a high level of insight and knowledge to overhead line design, covering all aspects of the latest technologies involved - electrical, mechanical, structural and civil.

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  • Duration:

    2 days

Course planning

Date
Location
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Fee
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Date
22 & 23 November 2018 - course will definitely run
Location
Arnhem, the Netherlands
Language
English
Fee
EUR 1700 (early bird fee EUR 1600)
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When end users demand more power, it is necessary to increase the transmission capacity of existing power links or build new high voltage power links. As an expert player in this field and involved in numerous projects every year, DNV GL offers this training course on Overhead Lines (OHL). 

The course provides a high level of insight and knowledge to overhead line design, covering all aspects of the latest technologies involved – electrical, mechanical, structural and civil. Electrical aspects include insulation coordination, earthing, EMF and EMC. Tower types and tower families and structural aspects such as tower strenghts and stiffness are addressed, as well as foundation design, insulators and different conductor types and their behavior under climatic loading. 

For more information and for registration, please refer to the leaflet and 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. 

Subjects:

  • Introduction
  • Tower types and tower families
  • Tower loadings and tower design
  • Insulation coordination
  • Lightning performance
  • Foundations
  • Earthing
  • Conductors
  • Insulators and surge arresters
  • EMF & EMC
Target Audience:
Anyone who is of will be involved in overhead lines in the course of their daily work. It is recommended - but not a requirement - that the participants have at least a Bachelor of Engineering degree or some prior knowledge of designing overhead lines.