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IEEE CONTINUING EDUCATION ON DEMAND

2013-2014

"The purpose of IEEE Houston Section Continuing Education on Demand is to provide modern practical industrial power application topics that supplement the daily work activities of
the practicing graduate electrical engineer. The seminars are intended to stimulate further study and discussion for learning continuance throughout the working career. Topics apply
to electrical power systems as relates to oil and gas, petro-chem, co-gen, marine offshore, etc. Instructors are application engineers, manufacturing specialists and expert consultants
who provide a blend of diverse engineering perspectives."

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Seminar
HV Transformers
This technical presentation will be focused on key elements of HV power transformer
design, fabrication, testing, installation procedures and maintenance.

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Date

505

Oct 8/9

201

Oct 22/23

401

Nov 5/6

204

Nov 19/20

806

Jan 28/29

304

Feb 11/12

603

Feb 25/26

705

Mar 11/12

214

Mar 25/26

506

April 8/9

Amount

Presenter: Dr. Waldemar Ziomek (CG Power Systems Canada)

Petro-Chem System and Plant Grounding


This seminar shall reviews system grounding applications and equipment grounding
theory and requirements.
Presenter: Jim Bowen, P.E, FIEEE (Aramco Services)

General Information
Cost IEEE Member $85.00
NON Member $200.00
Time 6:00-8:30PM
Buffet Meal 5:00-6:00PM
Location Jacobs Engineering, Tower Two
5985 Rogerdale Road
Houston, TX. 77072
Cancellation Nick Nichols 281-435-4968

nnichols@pointeightpower.com
Inquiries John Stadler 281-881-9615
Paul Barrett 713-598-0790
Mail the registration form with check to:
IEEE CED SEMINARS Nick Nichols
Point Eight Power
2523 Hollow Hook
Houston, TX 77080
Make the check payable to:
IEEE CED SEMINARS
Payment must be received the Friday before the
seminar. Pay at the door is discouraged due to
numerous no-shows. Upon completion a receipt of
registration & certificate for (5) Professional
Development Hours is provided. Refund/Cancellation
requests must be made the Friday before the seminar.
Minimum class size is 20 and seating is limited and filled
on an as received basis. Check the IEEE Houston
Section website for the latest schedule and course
information.

http://www.ieee-houston.org

MV VFD and Soft Start Technology


Advanced VFD architecture and innovative drives topology. Night 2 examines
application and design related MV solid state soft starts.
Presenter: Tom Lemak (Curtiss-Wright Benshaw)

Industrial Modern Relay Protection


Basic concepts and methods of protection related to line, transformer, bus, and
rotating equipment in industrial power systems.
Presenter: Derrick Haas (SEL)

Project Engineering Requirements


How to successfully implement small projects and upgrades in existing facilities.
Focus on the studies required and the documentation that should be revised.
Presenters: Mark Leyton (BP) & Dominik Pieniazek, P.E. (HV Engineering, LLC)

Intelligent MCC and DCS


This seminar will explore the new intelligent MCC concept, its capabilities and critical
application considerations for successful projects.
Presenter: Sergio Gama (Rockwell Automation)

Industrial Power Management


Advances in power management as these systems are used by the industrial
customer
Presenter: Derrick Haas (SEL)

Wind and Solar Projects


Current Wind & Solar Farm technology. Basic engineering considerations, tech specs
and components for Wind Farm or Solar plant. History and case studies.
Presenter: Betty Rosen (Burns & McDonnell)

2014 NEC Changes for the Industrial Applications


This seminar will explore the new revisions of the NEC with a focus on industrial
users.
Presenter: Eddie Guidry (Fluor)

GIS Substation Design and Execution


HV and EHV GIS application and design considerations, SF6 safety concerns, FAT,
onsite commissioning, testing, maintenance & monitoring.
Presenter: Clarence Wallace (Alstom)

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