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On October 3rd 2013, the Department of Electrical Engineering at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) hosted a free one-day seminar on substation grounding presented by OMICRON with over 200 in attendance.


Topics covered:

  •     Industry Standards Review – OSHA, IEEE
  •     Objectives of Good Design
  •     Understanding the Soil Model
  •     Ground Potential Rise (GPR)
  •     Lightning Design Considerations
  •     Case Studies – Improper Designs
  •     Testing & Evaluation
  •     Line Impedance and k-factor Measurement


To watch the recordings, click here.

DOE SEMINARS, SHORT COURSES, and 1-HOUR PRESENTATIONS

DATE

EVENT NAME/LINK

EVENT TYPE

LOCATION

ATTENDANCE

2010

9/21/2010

 Advancement in Power Industry Meeting

     

11/2/2010

Smart Grid

Seminar (8 hrs)

UTC

109 + 41 Online

2011

June 21-24, 2011 Omicron Transformer Workshop Short Course ( 8 hrs) UTC
67 + 8 Online
  Smart Grid Awareness   UTC  
10/12/2011 Smart Grid Workshop Seminar (8 hrs) UTC 153

2012

2/29/2012 Energy-Saving Retrofit for Commercial A/C Units 1-Hour UTC 24
4/18/2012 Grid Protection Allowance Talk 1-Hour UTC 27
4/30/2012 Distribution Automation Seminar Seminar (8 hrs) UTC 67
6/25/2012 Transformer Diagnostics/ Relay Testing Seminar (8 hrs) UTC 22
8/16/2012 TVA's Transformer Seminar Seminar (8 hrs) UTC 156
10/3/2012 Smart Grid Seminar Seminar (8 hrs) UTC 252

2013

January, 2013 Presentation by Dr. Rubaai at IEEE Meeting 1-Hour Chattanooga 25
4/10/2013 EPB's Demand Response 1-Hour UTC 18
June 3-5, 2013 Omicron Short Course UTC 9
10/3/2013 Omicron Substation Seminar Seminar (8 hrs) UTC 150
11/19/2013 Dynamic Underfrequency Load Shedding Seminar 1-Hour UTC 19
         

 

 

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