Webinar: Solving Drive Input Power Quality Issues for Oil and Gas Industries
Program for Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021:
» 11:45 Webinar open
» 12:00 IEEE South Alberta announcements
» 12:05 Presentation
» 13:15 Q&A
» 13:30 Webinar close
The webinar will introduce the basic principles of input power quality issues related to VSDs with various topologies utilized in LV and MV VSD’s designs commonly used in the oil field industry. The input power quality issues (system side power quality) will be investigated: line-side voltage & current harmonics, voltage input range and regulation, voltage disturbance (transients, sags, swells, interruptions), voltage waveform notching. Special attention will be given to system grounding methods and equipment grounding. The presentation also considers the impact of the VSD on increased generator loading, reduced power factor, and overheating of cables and transformers. Present day solutions based on input filtering will be described. It will be shown these input power quality issues will increase equipment failure, or at least tripping of equipment, as well as increasing operating costs. The webinar will include filter design techniques reviewing various input drive harmonic mitigation solutions such as line reactors (chokes), phase-shifting drive transformers, and drive input filters (passive or active). A variety of real-world examples will be shared to illustrate these concepts, symptoms and solutions.
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Date and Time
- Date: 22 Sep 2021
- Time: 11:45 AM to 01:15 PM
- All times are Canada/Mountain
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- Co-sponsored by Eaton Electrical Services & Systems
- Starts 03 September 2021 12:07 PM
- Ends 21 September 2021 11:00 PM
- All times are Canada/Mountain
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Thomas Dionise, P.E., IEEE Fellow of Eaton Corporation
Thomas J. Dionise, PE, (S’79-M’82-F’19) B.S.E.E. degree from The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, in 1982, and the M.S.E.E. degree with the Power Option from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, in 1984. He is currently an Advisory Engineer in the Power System Engineering Department, Eaton Corporation, Warrendale. He has over 39 years of power system experience involving analytical studies and power quality investigations of industrial and commercial power systems. In the metals industry, he has specialized in power quality investigations, harmonic analysis and harmonic filter design for electric arc furnaces, rectifiers and VSD applications. He has co-authored 40 papers, several of which received IAS Transactions, Magazine and conference Prize Paper Awards. Mr. Dionise is the past Chair of the IEEE Metal Industry Committee and member of the Generator Grounding Working Group. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania.
Tamer Abdelazim Mellik, Ph.D., P.Eng., SMIEEE of Eaton Corporation
Tamer Abdelazim Mellik, P.Eng., Ph.D., (S’02-M’06-SM’14) received the Ph.D. degree from the University of Calgary in 2005. He has over 25 years of power system experience involving modeling, simulation, and R&D/algorithm design of 400 industrial and utility power systems. He has co-authored 40 papers in international journals and conferences and is the recipient of several awards, including the 2019 IEEE Southern Alberta PES/IAS Chapter Outstanding Engineer award, the 2018 IEEE IAS PCIC 2nd Best Paper award, and the 2005 University of Calgary ENEL Best Teaching Assistant award. He is currently ranked the 2nd on the PSCAD Q&A official forum, and he was the IEEE I&CPS 2019 conference technical chair. His countries of work experience include the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, Brazil, the Netherlands, Japan, Egypt, Puerto Rico, Kuwait, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the provinces of Alberta and Manitoba. He is interested in power quality solutions, electromagnetic transients and power system transient analysis, and renewable energy studies.