Utility-Scale Transformer Workshop

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Upon completion of the workshop, participants will recieve a certificate for 7 or 14 PDHs.


Utility-scale transformers are custom designed-built for specific transmission and distribution system requirements. There are many different design approaches, materials and manufacturing processes that can be used to produce utility-scale transformers. These differences can result in varying levels of system performance, power transfer efficiency, fault tolerance, equipment life, cost and the like.  This two-day workshop will provide instruction on the many options available for the design and manufacture of utility-scale transformers. It will cover TAPS, Quality Assurance inspection (Pre-tanking and FAT Test) and receiving, assembling, install and test of transformer at site. It will also provide insight into specifying the design and manufacture of transformers that are most appropriate for specific system requirements.

The workshop fee includes breakfast, morning refreshments and lunch.



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  • Start time: 16 November 2016 07:30 AM
  • End time: 17 November 2016 04:30 PM
  • All times are US/Eastern
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  • Central Hudson Gas & Electric
  • 284 South Avenue
  • Poughkeepsie, New York
  • United States 12601
  • Building: Human Resources
  • Room Number: North Auditorium
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  • 284 South Avenue, Poughkeepsie NY 12601

    (845) 485-5235

  • Co-sponsored by Central Hudson Gas & Electric
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  Speakers

Ronnie Minhaz
Ronnie Minhaz of Transformer Consulting Services Inc.

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Utility-Scale Transformer Workshop

Utility-scale transformers are custom designed-built for specific transmission and distribution system requirements. There are many different design approaches, materials and manufacturing processes that can be used to produce utility-scale transformers. These differences can result in varying levels of system performance, power transfer efficiency, fault tolerance, equipment life, cost and the like.  This two-day workshop will provide instruction on the many options available for the design and manufacture of utility-scale transformers. It will cover TAPS, Quality Assurance inspection (Pre-tanking and FAT Test) and receiving, assembling, install and test of transformer at site. It will also provide insight into specifying the design and manufacture of transformers that are most appropriate for specific system requirements.

Biography:

Ronnie holds B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Manitoba, Canada. Before founding his own company “Transformer Consulting Services Inc (www.tc-servicesinc.com)”, Ronnie worked as Transformer Designer at Pauwels Canada (Manufacturer), as Equipment Engineer at SNC Lava Lin (EPCM) and Enmax Power (Utility), as Substation Lead Engineer at McGregor Construction (Substation Construction). Ronnie is a registered professional engineer in the province of Alberta, Canada and an IEEE Senior member. He held various leadership positions at IEEE Section level and a regular member of IEEE PES society. He is a member of several working groups and task forces in the IEEE Transformers Committee.

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Agenda

Day 1: November 16, 2016

P1: Electrical & Mechanical Design

P2: Taps

P3: Transformer Manufacturing Process

Day 2: November 17, 2016

P4: Pre-tanking Inspection

P5: Factory Acceptance Test Inspection

P6: Recieving, Assembling, Install & Test

P7: Transformer Specification Preparation



If you have any questions or need any additional information about the workshop, please contact Brett Arteta at barteta@cenhud.com or (845) 486-5235.

All cancellation an refund requests must be submitted in writing an recieved by email (barteta@cenhud.com) prior to November 11, 2016. There will be a 20% processing fee charged for all refunds.