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October 2017

The EMP Vulnerability of and Protection of the Electrically Powered Infrastructure

Co-sponsored by: Ken Oexle The EMP Vulnerability of and Protection of the Electrically Powered Infrastructure Overview, EMP vulnerability of the electric grid and dependent critical infrastructures Space Weather (Solar Storm) induced current surges EHV transformer failure modes and mechanisms High Altitude Nuclear Detonation and the resulting EMP Portable weaponized EMP generators SCADA and other electronics vulnerability How to prevent (or at least reduce) EMP damage Government initiatives regarding an EMP The roles of NERC and FERC Speaker(s): Melvin Lewis ,…

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November 2017

The Threat to the United States Critical Infrastructure from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)

Co-sponsored by: Ken Oexle Who’s afraid of the big bad pulse? This question will opened the IEEE conference Monday, November 6th. Terry Murch of Technical Sales Solutions, LLC (TSS) will lead-off the session panel, which included EMP/HEMP/IEMI experts Paul Currie (MPE-USA), Bruce Benwell (Directed Energy Technologies), and Randy White (Jaxon Engineering and Maintenance). Their presentation, “The Threat to the United States Critical Infrastructure from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)”, will provide an overview of EMP/HEMP and IEMI as very real threat, placing…

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Panelboard vs. Switchboard – Eaton

Co-sponsored by: Ken Oexle Panelboard vs Switchboard History Major Components Equipment Selection Criteria Value-added Options UL67 & UL891 Code Standards Switchboard Hybrid Design Leading-Technology Today Q&A Speaker(s): Joe Bahnatka, Agenda: The seminar fee includes lunch, refreshments and handouts.  Non-members joining IEEE within 30 days of the seminar will be rebated 50% of the IEEE registration charge. Four hours of instruction will be provided.  If desired, IEEE Continuing Education Units (0.4 CEUs) will be offered for this course - a small…

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