Saturday, 21 November 2015

IET Event 25th November 2015, Glasgow – “Electrical Condition Monitoring using EMSA

 IET Event 25th November 2015, Glasgow – “Electrical Condition Monitoring using EMSA”
The IET SW Scotland is delighted to invite you to join us for the November 2015 Lecture, when we will welcome Alan Nesbitt BSc (Hons), MSc, CEng, MIET and Professor Brian Stewart BSc(Hons), PhD, BD, CEng, MIET, MIEEE give a Seminar/Presentation on,Electrical Condition Monitoring using Electromagnetic Signature Analysis” .

Electromagnetic signature analysis (EMSA) is the process used to evaluate the electromagnetic interference (EMI) generated by abnormalities in almost any energised power plant equipment. EMSA can be used to monitor a wide variety of electrical machines - from cable connections to stator insulation problems in a motor and generator step-up transformers.  By monitoring all of the electrical activity from 30 kHz to 100 MHz, a great deal of information can be obtained.  EMSA will detect any defect that involves EMI, noise, arcing, corona, partial discharge, gap discharge, sparking or microsparking, or any combination of these.
The presentation will explore the technique and present case studies related to power generation applications and subsea cable and will be of particular interest to those who make informed predictive maintenance decisions or have general interests in condition based maintenance systems.

Date: Wednesday 25th November 2015.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology

Teacher Building, 14 St Enoch Square,
Glasgow, G1 4DB

The Programme begins at:
17:45 to 18:15: Tea, coffee and light refreshments in the Laphroaig Lounge
18:15 to 19:15: Seminar 
19:15 to 19:45: Q&A

Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute 1 hr towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.
Registering for attending the event

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