2013 Industrial Power Systems Workshop
Date and Location: October 1-4, 2013 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Description: This course focuses on the application considerations of the apparatus found in the typical industrial electrical power system. It is important that all of the components of the system be applied properly to insure the optimum operation, reliability, and safety of the system from the programmable controller to the largest power transformer. The participants will work example problems based upon the concepts discussed in the workshop, with special emphasis on practical system considerations. There will be homework assigned each day. It is important to bring a calculator. This course is equivalent to 28 PDH.
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Power Factor and Passive Filter Application Seminar
Description: Placing power factor correction and passive harmonic filtering equipment on a system needs to be properly designed. Proper design begins in understanding your system, what your needs are and the optimum solution.
If a study is required you should understand the different types of studies available so you can make a wise decision on what is required to obtain the data needed. The study should include a proper design of the equipment.
This seminar will provide many topics essential, and details normally neglected, in purchasing these types of equipment. It will help you to understand what is needed to properly apply the equipment to your system.
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