IRIS POWER

Partial Discharge Course November 12-14, 2024 – Iris Power, Toronto, Canada

November 12-14, 2024 Iris Power, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Price: $1675.00 USD

About The Course

The objective of this Partial Discharge Seminar is to understand basic PD theory as well as stator winding insulation systems and why they deteriorate. To learn how PD detection devices work and interpret the test data collected and relate the data to specific failure mechanisms, to enable you to plan stator winding maintenance.

The course is designed for engineering and maintenance personnel who either purchase, install, test, maintain and/or repair motors and/or generators. Consultants, manufacturers and repair shop personnel would also benefit from this course. The course is mainly intended for those involved with motors or generators rated 3kV and above.

Topics covered in this course include:

Motor & Generator Stator Windings

PD Theory

PD Detection

Interpreting Test Results

 

Course hours:

Cost: $1595.00 US
Registration includes lunch and coffee breaks daily and a complete set of notes
Price does not include accommodation
10 Seats Available

Registration Opening soon


Venue:

Iris Power
3110 American Dr
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada, L4V 1T2

HOTEL
Four Points Sheraton, Toronto Airport
6257 Airport Rd,
Mississauga, ON
Canada, L4V 1E4
(905) 678-1400
Room rate: $169.00 CAN  Book room

Instructor:

Dr. Howard Sedding graduated with a BSc in electrical and electronic engineering at the University of Strathclyde and then acquired MSc and PhD degrees.  Most of Dr. Sedding’s career was spent working at the Research Division of Ontario Hydro, later known as Kinectrics. Howard was involved in, or responsible for, numerous projects related to the specification, testing, monitoring and maintenance of solid, liquid and gaseous electrical insulation systems in a wide range of high voltage electrical equipment.  He is an active member of numerous technical committees, and has contributed to many IEEE and IEC standards concerned with electrical insulation.  Specifically, he is the Chair of the Canadian committee for IEC TC112 (Evaluation and qualification of electrical insulating materials and systems), the International Secretary of IEC TC42 (High voltage and high current test techniques) and is the Canadian representative for Cigre SC A1 (rotating machines). Howard has authored and co-authored more than 150 technical papers. Currently, Howard is employed as an Insulation Engineer at Iris Power

For more information contact Sim Singh, sim.singh@qualitrolcorp.com

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