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Presentation of Forensic Investigation Case Studies

 

Review the forensic investigations that were completed subsequent to the failure of components found in substations, power generating plants and industrial facilities. Case studies and discussion will help you prepare yourself for potential equipment failures at work.

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Understand why problems occur, such as why fusible elements might open or cable insulation might degrade
  • Uncover failure modes and explanations of delayed rest
  • Study heat migration and impacts

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Course Outline/Topics

The results of forensic investigations of a variety of failed electrical components will be presented. This includes discussion of case studies for:

  • Low Voltage Fuses – Why the fusible element opened
  • DC Power Cable – Why cable insulation degraded
  • 230 KV CCVT – Failure modes that were uncovered
  • Electromechanical Control Relay – Explanation of delayed reset
  • Connectors – Explanation of heat migration and impacts

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This program can be applied toward the:

Electrical Equipment Aging Spring Combo
$1395 (Save $290.00) - Register for Electrical Substation Equipment Aging, Introduction to Materials Used in Electrical Equipment and Presentation of Forensic Investigation Case Studies. Registration Deadline: May 5, 2014.

  Sessions  
Fri., May 23
8am-12pm
Location: UWM School of Continuing Education (Click link for directions)
Instructor: Anthony F. Sleva, P.E., Adjunct Faculty
Fee: $195
CEUs: 0.4/PDHs: 4
Program No. 4830-6048
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  Related Courses  
Electrical Substation Equipment Aging
Introduction to Materials Used in Electrical Equipment
 
For more information, contact:
Murali Vedula, mvedula@uwm.edu, 414-227-3121
Marcia Gabriel, gabrielm@uwm.edu, 414-227-3378
 

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