Electrical System Reliability: Infrastructure Planning & Resilience
This presentation covers how electrical reliability studies are performed and how to optimize relative investments in generation, transmission and distribution systems.
Reliability studies can easily pay for themselves by improving production and ensuring resilience to lessen the financial impact from unexpected power outages. Moreover, you may already have the tools to perform reliability studies using your existing modeling software.
In spite of this, electrical reliability is frequently overlooked in infrastructure and production planning at many facilities. System reliability can be evaluated to verify the availability of critical power and safeguard the system to minimize loss of production.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How reliability studies can help you manage your infrastructure more efficiently and cost effectively
- How to develop an electrical model to perform reliability studies using you existing modeling software
- What initial design or system modifications can be made to ensure the highest possible availability of power without interruption
Continuing education credits available.
Date and Time
Wednesday, August 26, 2020
2 PM CST
About Our Presenter
Sid A. Gaudet, IV, P.E.
Senior Electrical Engineer, M S Benbow & Associates
Sid has been a consultant electrical engineer since 2007 in various markets including upstream, midstream, refining, power utility, commercial, and municipal. He has extensive experience with power system modeling software with focus in arc flash, coordination, harmonics, duct bank design, and reliability calculations. Sid holds a professional engineering license in Louisiana and Texas. As a consultant, Sid has specialized in providing technical solutions to improve electrical efficiency, reliability and safety for many projects across the country.
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A Continuing Education Certificate will be provided to all confirmed attendees.