Tutorial on I&C Cabinet Power Systems: Application and Selection of Circuit Breakers

Room: CR 176A, Bldg: Westinghouse HQ Building

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Bio: Jack CoghlanProduct Specialist Surge and Overcurrent ProtectionPhoenix Contact USA, Inc.  Jack Coghlan is one of Phoenix Contact, USA’s Product Marketing Specialists for their TRABTECH (Surge and Overcurrent Protection) products. USA. He has served in several different capacities within the surge protection industry for nearly three decades. He has practiced his trade in four different continents over the years and several of his published magazine articles and white papers continue to be used as technical reference materials throughout the industry. Date:               Wednesday, August 17, 2016Light Dinner:   6:00 PMTutorial:          6:45 PM through 8:30 PMLocation:         Westinghouse Electric Corporation Headquarters Cranberry Township, PA  *** Attention!  Visitor Access Paperwork is Needed for New IEEE Meeting Visitors at Westinghouse HQ Cranberry. If you have not filled out the Visitor Access Paperwork within the last year; Please see below: ***  Abstract: This tutorial will cover the application of small (or miniature) circuit breakers for industrial applications. The training session agenda will focus on the following topics:  Circuit Breaker Basics:   Definitions   Overcurrent vs Overload   Inrush Current   Introductions   Branch Circuit Protectors vs   Supplementary Protectors     Circuit Breaker Types:        Thermal        Magnetic        Hydraulic Magnetic        Electronic  Circuit Breaker Technology:    Thermal    Thermal Magnetic    Hydraulic Magnetic    Electronic  Trip Curves Explained:    Trip Curve differences        B Curve vs C Curve vs D Curve     Custom Trip Curves        M1, F1, SFB Circuit Breaker Application:    UL 489 Circuit Breaker Applications    UL 1077 Circuit Breaker Application    Hydraulic Magnetic Circuit Breaker Application    Electronic Circuit Breaker Application  Other Considerations:    Circuit Breaker Temperature De-Rating Factors    Circuit Breaker Series Ratings    Circuit Breaker Coordination Ratings    Calculating Cable Lengths  If time permits, there may be some discussion on fuse applications for I&C cabinet/industrial applications Contacts:   Steven P. Dobos      Vice-Chair, PES/IAS Chapters      IEEE Pittsburgh Section      (412) 374-6039 work      (412) 559-0235 mobile      email: [email protected]    David J. Vaglia, P.E.      Chair, IAS/PES Chapters      IEEE Pittsburgh Section      (412) 374-6513 work      (412) 491-6944 mobile      email: [email protected]: Don't Forget to Register for this meeting at the "Register Now" button below by August 16th, 2015 - 2nd: Please fill out the Visitor Access Paperwork per instructions below if you are a new visitor to Westinghouse HQ Cranberry.  All are invited including our CMU, Pitt, and WVU students! At our last tutorial sponsored by Phoenix Contact, They provided Professional Development certificates via email after the tutorial.  Contact Dave Vaglia ([email protected]) for additional details.  *************** Visitor Access Paperwork Needed for Westinghouse HQ IEEE Meeting Visitors, Please see below:New visitors to Westinghouse HQ will have to fill out escort access paperwork before access is granted to the Westinghouse HQ grounds.  Westinghouse employees or previous visitors that have filled out the HQ escort access paperwork at Westinghouse HQ within the last year, do not need to sign up again.  This escort access paperwork is located on the IEEE Pittsburgh Joint IAS/PES webpage under the files tab, or at the following link: "Escort Required Visitor Access Agreement" .  A “Property Entry Restrictions” page located at the same link will pop up first -please read this then proceed to fill out the escort access paperwork completely "with hand written signature" and email it back to Steve Dobos ([email protected]) 412-559-0235 and David Vaglia ([email protected]) before Fri-12AUG16.  Be sure to bring your photo ID on the day of the meeting too. On the day of the meeting, non-Westinghouse personnel will receive a visitors badge from security. At the end of the meeting, please turn in your visitors badge to security before you leave. If you are not a US Citizen and will be attending the meeting, you will need to fax in your current Passport or Visa information along with the filled out and hand signed escort access paperwork to 724-720-0863, unless you have done so within the last year at HQ.  *************DIRECTIONS TO WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANY, CRANBERRY   Directions from the South: Take 79 North to the route 228 east exit. Stay in right lane and drive by Marriott Hotel (on right). Turn right into Cranberry Woods facility and stay in left lane. Make first left into Westinghouse Headquarters and drive straight through roundabout. Please park in the visitors parking places that are located on either side of the entry road.  Directions from the East: Take the PA Turnpike (I-76) West following signs for Ohio / I-76 W. Take Exit 28 and follow I-79 N toward Erie. Stay in the entrance lane (right lane) and immediately take Exit 78, PA-228 Cranberry/Mars. Turn right onto PA-228 E toward Mars. Turn right onto Cranberry Woods Drive. Take immediate left at Westinghouse sign and drive straight through roundabout. Please park in the visitors parking places that are located on either side of the entry road. Speaker(s): Jack Coghlan, Agenda:     Location: Room: CR 176A Bldg: Westinghouse HQ Building 1000 Westinghouse Drive Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066

Tutorial on I&C Cabinet Power Systems: Application and Selection of Circuit Breakers

Room: CR 176A, Bldg: Westinghouse HQ Building

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Bio: Jack CoghlanProduct Specialist Surge and Overcurrent ProtectionPhoenix Contact USA, Inc.  Jack Coghlan is one of Phoenix Contact, USA’s Product Marketing Specialists for their TRABTECH (Surge and Overcurrent Protection) products. USA. He has served in several different capacities within the surge protection industry for nearly three decades. He has practiced his trade in four different continents over the years and several of his published magazine articles and white papers continue to be used as technical reference materials throughout the industry. Date:               Wednesday, August 17, 2016Light Dinner:   6:00 PMTutorial:          6:45 PM through 8:30 PMLocation:         Westinghouse Electric Corporation Headquarters Cranberry Township, PA  *** Attention!  Visitor Access Paperwork is Needed for New IEEE Meeting Visitors at Westinghouse HQ Cranberry. If you have not filled out the Visitor Access Paperwork within the last year; Please see below: ***  Abstract: This tutorial will cover the application of small (or miniature) circuit breakers for industrial applications. The training session agenda will focus on the following topics:  Circuit Breaker Basics:   Definitions   Overcurrent vs Overload   Inrush Current   Introductions   Branch Circuit Protectors vs   Supplementary Protectors     Circuit Breaker Types:        Thermal        Magnetic        Hydraulic Magnetic        Electronic  Circuit Breaker Technology:    Thermal    Thermal Magnetic    Hydraulic Magnetic    Electronic  Trip Curves Explained:    Trip Curve differences        B Curve vs C Curve vs D Curve     Custom Trip Curves        M1, F1, SFB Circuit Breaker Application:    UL 489 Circuit Breaker Applications    UL 1077 Circuit Breaker Application    Hydraulic Magnetic Circuit Breaker Application    Electronic Circuit Breaker Application  Other Considerations:    Circuit Breaker Temperature De-Rating Factors    Circuit Breaker Series Ratings    Circuit Breaker Coordination Ratings    Calculating Cable Lengths  If time permits, there may be some discussion on fuse applications for I&C cabinet/industrial applications Contacts:   Steven P. Dobos      Vice-Chair, PES/IAS Chapters      IEEE Pittsburgh Section      (412) 374-6039 work      (412) 559-0235 mobile      email: [email protected]    David J. Vaglia, P.E.      Chair, IAS/PES Chapters      IEEE Pittsburgh Section      (412) 374-6513 work      (412) 491-6944 mobile      email: [email protected]: Don't Forget to Register for this meeting at the "Register Now" button below by August 16th, 2015 - 2nd: Please fill out the Visitor Access Paperwork per instructions below if you are a new visitor to Westinghouse HQ Cranberry.  All are invited including our CMU, Pitt, and WVU students! At our last tutorial sponsored by Phoenix Contact, They provided Professional Development certificates via email after the tutorial.  Contact Dave Vaglia ([email protected]) for additional details.  *************** Visitor Access Paperwork Needed for Westinghouse HQ IEEE Meeting Visitors, Please see below:New visitors to Westinghouse HQ will have to fill out escort access paperwork before access is granted to the Westinghouse HQ grounds.  Westinghouse employees or previous visitors that have filled out the HQ escort access paperwork at Westinghouse HQ within the last year, do not need to sign up again.  This escort access paperwork is located on the IEEE Pittsburgh Joint IAS/PES webpage under the files tab, or at the following link: "Escort Required Visitor Access Agreement" .  A “Property Entry Restrictions” page located at the same link will pop up first -please read this then proceed to fill out the escort access paperwork completely "with hand written signature" and email it back to Steve Dobos ([email protected]) 412-559-0235 and David Vaglia ([email protected]) before Fri-12AUG16.  Be sure to bring your photo ID on the day of the meeting too. On the day of the meeting, non-Westinghouse personnel will receive a visitors badge from security. At the end of the meeting, please turn in your visitors badge to security before you leave. If you are not a US Citizen and will be attending the meeting, you will need to fax in your current Passport or Visa information along with the filled out and hand signed escort access paperwork to 724-720-0863, unless you have done so within the last year at HQ.  *************DIRECTIONS TO WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANY, CRANBERRY   Directions from the South: Take 79 North to the route 228 east exit. Stay in right lane and drive by Marriott Hotel (on right). Turn right into Cranberry Woods facility and stay in left lane. Make first left into Westinghouse Headquarters and drive straight through roundabout. Please park in the visitors parking places that are located on either side of the entry road.  Directions from the East: Take the PA Turnpike (I-76) West following signs for Ohio / I-76 W. Take Exit 28 and follow I-79 N toward Erie. Stay in the entrance lane (right lane) and immediately take Exit 78, PA-228 Cranberry/Mars. Turn right onto PA-228 E toward Mars. Turn right onto Cranberry Woods Drive. Take immediate left at Westinghouse sign and drive straight through roundabout. Please park in the visitors parking places that are located on either side of the entry road. Speaker(s): Jack Coghlan, Agenda:     Location: Room: CR 176A Bldg: Westinghouse HQ Building 1000 Westinghouse Drive Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066

Tutorial on I&C Cabinet Power Systems: Application and Selection of Circuit Breakers

Room: CR 176A, Bldg: Westinghouse HQ Building

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Bio: Jack CoghlanProduct Specialist Surge and Overcurrent ProtectionPhoenix Contact USA, Inc.  Jack Coghlan is one of Phoenix Contact, USA’s Product Marketing Specialists for their TRABTECH (Surge and Overcurrent Protection) products. USA. He has served in several different capacities within the surge protection industry for nearly three decades. He has practiced his trade in four different continents over the years and several of his published magazine articles and white papers continue to be used as technical reference materials throughout the industry. Date:               Wednesday, August 17, 2016Light Dinner:   6:00 PMTutorial:          6:45 PM through 8:30 PMLocation:         Westinghouse Electric Corporation Headquarters Cranberry Township, PA  *** Attention!  Visitor Access Paperwork is Needed for New IEEE Meeting Visitors at Westinghouse HQ Cranberry. If you have not filled out the Visitor Access Paperwork within the last year; Please see below: ***  Abstract: This tutorial will cover the application of small (or miniature) circuit breakers for industrial applications. The training session agenda will focus on the following topics:  Circuit Breaker Basics:   Definitions   Overcurrent vs Overload   Inrush Current   Introductions   Branch Circuit Protectors vs   Supplementary Protectors     Circuit Breaker Types:        Thermal        Magnetic        Hydraulic Magnetic        Electronic  Circuit Breaker Technology:    Thermal    Thermal Magnetic    Hydraulic Magnetic    Electronic  Trip Curves Explained:    Trip Curve differences        B Curve vs C Curve vs D Curve     Custom Trip Curves        M1, F1, SFB Circuit Breaker Application:    UL 489 Circuit Breaker Applications    UL 1077 Circuit Breaker Application    Hydraulic Magnetic Circuit Breaker Application    Electronic Circuit Breaker Application  Other Considerations:    Circuit Breaker Temperature De-Rating Factors    Circuit Breaker Series Ratings    Circuit Breaker Coordination Ratings    Calculating Cable Lengths  If time permits, there may be some discussion on fuse applications for I&C cabinet/industrial applications Contacts:   Steven P. Dobos      Vice-Chair, PES/IAS Chapters      IEEE Pittsburgh Section      (412) 374-6039 work      (412) 559-0235 mobile      email: [email protected]    David J. Vaglia, P.E.      Chair, IAS/PES Chapters      IEEE Pittsburgh Section      (412) 374-6513 work      (412) 491-6944 mobile      email: [email protected]: Don't Forget to Register for this meeting at the "Register Now" button below by August 16th, 2015 - 2nd: Please fill out the Visitor Access Paperwork per instructions below if you are a new visitor to Westinghouse HQ Cranberry.  All are invited including our CMU, Pitt, and WVU students! At our last tutorial sponsored by Phoenix Contact, They provided Professional Development certificates via email after the tutorial.  Contact Dave Vaglia ([email protected]) for additional details.  *************** Visitor Access Paperwork Needed for Westinghouse HQ IEEE Meeting Visitors, Please see below:New visitors to Westinghouse HQ will have to fill out escort access paperwork before access is granted to the Westinghouse HQ grounds.  Westinghouse employees or previous visitors that have filled out the HQ escort access paperwork at Westinghouse HQ within the last year, do not need to sign up again.  This escort access paperwork is located on the IEEE Pittsburgh Joint IAS/PES webpage under the files tab, or at the following link: "Escort Required Visitor Access Agreement" .  A “Property Entry Restrictions” page located at the same link will pop up first -please read this then proceed to fill out the escort access paperwork completely "with hand written signature" and email it back to Steve Dobos ([email protected]) 412-559-0235 and David Vaglia ([email protected]) before Fri-12AUG16.  Be sure to bring your photo ID on the day of the meeting too. On the day of the meeting, non-Westinghouse personnel will receive a visitors badge from security. At the end of the meeting, please turn in your visitors badge to security before you leave. If you are not a US Citizen and will be attending the meeting, you will need to fax in your current Passport or Visa information along with the filled out and hand signed escort access paperwork to 724-720-0863, unless you have done so within the last year at HQ.  *************DIRECTIONS TO WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANY, CRANBERRY   Directions from the South: Take 79 North to the route 228 east exit. Stay in right lane and drive by Marriott Hotel (on right). Turn right into Cranberry Woods facility and stay in left lane. Make first left into Westinghouse Headquarters and drive straight through roundabout. Please park in the visitors parking places that are located on either side of the entry road.  Directions from the East: Take the PA Turnpike (I-76) West following signs for Ohio / I-76 W. Take Exit 28 and follow I-79 N toward Erie. Stay in the entrance lane (right lane) and immediately take Exit 78, PA-228 Cranberry/Mars. Turn right onto PA-228 E toward Mars. Turn right onto Cranberry Woods Drive. Take immediate left at Westinghouse sign and drive straight through roundabout. Please park in the visitors parking places that are located on either side of the entry road. Speaker(s): Jack Coghlan, Agenda:     Location: Room: CR 176A Bldg: Westinghouse HQ Building 1000 Westinghouse Drive Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066

Tutorial on I&C Cabinet Power Systems: Application and Selection of Circuit Breakers

Room: CR 176A, Bldg: Westinghouse HQ Building

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Bio: Jack CoghlanProduct Specialist Surge and Overcurrent ProtectionPhoenix Contact USA, Inc.  Jack Coghlan is one of Phoenix Contact, USA’s Product Marketing Specialists for their TRABTECH (Surge and Overcurrent Protection) products. USA. He has served in several different capacities within the surge protection industry for nearly three decades. He has practiced his trade in four different continents over the years and several of his published magazine articles and white papers continue to be used as technical reference materials throughout the industry. Date:               Wednesday, August 17, 2016Light Dinner:   6:00 PMTutorial:          6:45 PM through 8:30 PMLocation:         Westinghouse Electric Corporation Headquarters Cranberry Township, PA  *** Attention!  Visitor Access Paperwork is Needed for New IEEE Meeting Visitors at Westinghouse HQ Cranberry. If you have not filled out the Visitor Access Paperwork within the last year; Please see below: ***  Abstract: This tutorial will cover the application of small (or miniature) circuit breakers for industrial applications. The training session agenda will focus on the following topics:  Circuit Breaker Basics:   Definitions   Overcurrent vs Overload   Inrush Current   Introductions   Branch Circuit Protectors vs   Supplementary Protectors     Circuit Breaker Types:        Thermal        Magnetic        Hydraulic Magnetic        Electronic  Circuit Breaker Technology:    Thermal    Thermal Magnetic    Hydraulic Magnetic    Electronic  Trip Curves Explained:    Trip Curve differences        B Curve vs C Curve vs D Curve     Custom Trip Curves        M1, F1, SFB Circuit Breaker Application:    UL 489 Circuit Breaker Applications    UL 1077 Circuit Breaker Application    Hydraulic Magnetic Circuit Breaker Application    Electronic Circuit Breaker Application  Other Considerations:    Circuit Breaker Temperature De-Rating Factors    Circuit Breaker Series Ratings    Circuit Breaker Coordination Ratings    Calculating Cable Lengths  If time permits, there may be some discussion on fuse applications for I&C cabinet/industrial applications Contacts:   Steven P. Dobos      Vice-Chair, PES/IAS Chapters      IEEE Pittsburgh Section      (412) 374-6039 work      (412) 559-0235 mobile      email: [email protected]    David J. Vaglia, P.E.      Chair, IAS/PES Chapters      IEEE Pittsburgh Section      (412) 374-6513 work      (412) 491-6944 mobile      email: [email protected]: Don't Forget to Register for this meeting at the "Register Now" button below by August 16th, 2015 - 2nd: Please fill out the Visitor Access Paperwork per instructions below if you are a new visitor to Westinghouse HQ Cranberry.  All are invited including our CMU, Pitt, and WVU students! At our last tutorial sponsored by Phoenix Contact, They provided Professional Development certificates via email after the tutorial.  Contact Dave Vaglia ([email protected]) for additional details.  *************** Visitor Access Paperwork Needed for Westinghouse HQ IEEE Meeting Visitors, Please see below:New visitors to Westinghouse HQ will have to fill out escort access paperwork before access is granted to the Westinghouse HQ grounds.  Westinghouse employees or previous visitors that have filled out the HQ escort access paperwork at Westinghouse HQ within the last year, do not need to sign up again.  This escort access paperwork is located on the IEEE Pittsburgh Joint IAS/PES webpage under the files tab, or at the following link: "Escort Required Visitor Access Agreement" .  A “Property Entry Restrictions” page located at the same link will pop up first -please read this then proceed to fill out the escort access paperwork completely "with hand written signature" and email it back to Steve Dobos ([email protected]) 412-559-0235 and David Vaglia ([email protected]) before Fri-12AUG16.  Be sure to bring your photo ID on the day of the meeting too. On the day of the meeting, non-Westinghouse personnel will receive a visitors badge from security. At the end of the meeting, please turn in your visitors badge to security before you leave. If you are not a US Citizen and will be attending the meeting, you will need to fax in your current Passport or Visa information along with the filled out and hand signed escort access paperwork to 724-720-0863, unless you have done so within the last year at HQ.  *************DIRECTIONS TO WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC COMPANY, CRANBERRY   Directions from the South: Take 79 North to the route 228 east exit. Stay in right lane and drive by Marriott Hotel (on right). Turn right into Cranberry Woods facility and stay in left lane. Make first left into Westinghouse Headquarters and drive straight through roundabout. Please park in the visitors parking places that are located on either side of the entry road.  Directions from the East: Take the PA Turnpike (I-76) West following signs for Ohio / I-76 W. Take Exit 28 and follow I-79 N toward Erie. Stay in the entrance lane (right lane) and immediately take Exit 78, PA-228 Cranberry/Mars. Turn right onto PA-228 E toward Mars. Turn right onto Cranberry Woods Drive. Take immediate left at Westinghouse sign and drive straight through roundabout. Please park in the visitors parking places that are located on either side of the entry road. Speaker(s): Jack Coghlan, Agenda:     Location: Room: CR 176A Bldg: Westinghouse HQ Building 1000 Westinghouse Drive Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania 16066

Metering and Codes Governing Todays Power and Energy

City: Moon Township

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Abstract: Mr. Don McComas will be at the EATON facility located in Moon Township, PA, focusing on Metering and Codes governing the power and energy industry. Companies today need to be on the cutting edge when it comes innovation and EATON is leading the way with innovative Metering across the globe. Location:             EATON, 1000 Cherrington Parkway, Moon Township, PA 15108 Date:                   25-August-2016 (Thursday) Time:                   6:15-7:00 PM - Light Dinner, 7:00-8:30 PM – Presentation and Q & A Biography: Mr. Don McComas - serves as the Chief Engineer for Metering at Eaton Corporation located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA. Don graduated from Duke University in 1980 with a BSME degree. Don joined the Westinghouse Power Systems Marketing Training program. Don had a variety of roles ranging from Sr. Sales/Application Engineer and Division Marketing Representative working with Utility Revenue Metering, LV/MV Instrument Transformers, and Liquid and Dry Type Small Power Transformers. From 1990-2004, Don served as the Product Manager for Power Quality and Energy meters for Schneider Electric. In this role, Don was involved in global product management and new product development activities in Metering, LV and MV Protection, as well as Connectivity and Software products. Don joined Eaton in 2004 as a Manager of Engineering and Marketing for Meters. In 2013 Don assumed the role of Chief Engineer for metering and is involved in the development and application of Eaton’s Energy and Power Quality meters. Don is involved with submetering for NIST and NEMA industry groups. PDH's:If you would like to receive PDHs, please bring a copy of this announcement to this meeting and please contact Dave Vaglia for verification of your attendance. A non-Member who would like to receive PDHs is required to pay $10 to IEEE Pittsburgh Section. A Member who would like to receive PDH is required to show membership ID. Directions from the Pittsburgh: Take I-376 W / US-22 W / US-30 W toward Airport. At Exit 57, take ramp to right for I-376-BL West toward Moon. Bear right and follow signs for Ewing Rd. Turn Right onto Ewing Rd. At the top of the hill turn left onto Cherrington Pkwy. Building is a half mile down on your right. Enter the building at the front entrance and sign in with the security guard. Speaker(s): Don McComas, Location: Bldg: EATON 1000 Cherrington Parkway Moon Township, Pennsylvania 15108

Metering and Codes Governing Todays Power and Energy

City: Moon Township

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Abstract: Mr. Don McComas will be at the EATON facility located in Moon Township, PA, focusing on Metering and Codes governing the power and energy industry. Companies today need to be on the cutting edge when it comes innovation and EATON is leading the way with innovative Metering across the globe. Location:             EATON, 1000 Cherrington Parkway, Moon Township, PA 15108 Date:                   25-August-2016 (Thursday) Time:                   6:15-7:00 PM - Light Dinner, 7:00-8:30 PM – Presentation and Q & A Biography: Mr. Don McComas - serves as the Chief Engineer for Metering at Eaton Corporation located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA. Don graduated from Duke University in 1980 with a BSME degree. Don joined the Westinghouse Power Systems Marketing Training program. Don had a variety of roles ranging from Sr. Sales/Application Engineer and Division Marketing Representative working with Utility Revenue Metering, LV/MV Instrument Transformers, and Liquid and Dry Type Small Power Transformers. From 1990-2004, Don served as the Product Manager for Power Quality and Energy meters for Schneider Electric. In this role, Don was involved in global product management and new product development activities in Metering, LV and MV Protection, as well as Connectivity and Software products. Don joined Eaton in 2004 as a Manager of Engineering and Marketing for Meters. In 2013 Don assumed the role of Chief Engineer for metering and is involved in the development and application of Eaton’s Energy and Power Quality meters. Don is involved with submetering for NIST and NEMA industry groups. PDH's:If you would like to receive PDHs, please bring a copy of this announcement to this meeting and please contact Dave Vaglia for verification of your attendance. A non-Member who would like to receive PDHs is required to pay $10 to IEEE Pittsburgh Section. A Member who would like to receive PDH is required to show membership ID. Directions from the Pittsburgh: Take I-376 W / US-22 W / US-30 W toward Airport. At Exit 57, take ramp to right for I-376-BL West toward Moon. Bear right and follow signs for Ewing Rd. Turn Right onto Ewing Rd. At the top of the hill turn left onto Cherrington Pkwy. Building is a half mile down on your right. Enter the building at the front entrance and sign in with the security guard. Speaker(s): Don McComas, Location: Bldg: EATON 1000 Cherrington Parkway Moon Township, Pennsylvania 15108

Early Power Still Driving the PA Trolley Museum

City: Washington County

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Early Power Still Driving the PA Trolley Museum (PA TROLLEY OPERATIONS AND ENGINEERING TOUR)   Location: Pennsylvania Trolley Museum, 1 Museum Road, Washington PA 15301Date: 27-August-2016 (Saturday)Time: 10AM-2:00 PM - Presentation, Trolley Ride, Lunch, Tour , Q & A Sponsors: PES/IAS chaptersRegister:  Please register by COB Friday August 26th, 2016.  Speaker: Bernie Orient - Shop Floor Mechanical Specialist BIO: Bernie Orient Mr. Orient has been with the PA Trolley Museum for 20 years working his way up to Shop Floor Mechanical Specialist. He obtained his BSME for West Virginia University in 1969. Presentation and Tour: Join us for an engineering presentation and tour of the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum! The journey will take us back in time to the late half of the 1800’s and up through the present where Bernie Orient (Shop Floor Mechanical Specialist) will provide an overview on how electric power and the original era electric  trolleys came together to help provide the early years of transportation. We will have a two hour morning tour, a one hour afternoon tour, with a noon time picnic  (subs, chips and cool drinks). Abstract: The Pittsburgh Electric Railway Club (PERC) members purchased their first streetcar in 1949, added a second car in 1952 and a third in 1953. With acquisition of a site in Chartiers Township, Washington County and the wonderful cooperation of the Pittsburgh Railways Company the three-car collection motored to the site on February 7, 1954 to establish what has become the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum. Construction of a car house building, repair of track and overhead lines followed and by December, 1962, the streetcars were once again operational. On June 23 of the following year the museum received its first official visitors after a ribbon cutting ceremony. Since then, the museum has seen several decades of expansion. The car collection, the existing track, the car house and visitor buildings have all seen major growth. Today, the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum owns nearly 50 street and electric railway cars, 20 of which are operational on the museum’s four mile ride. Each year 30,000 visitors are treated to a hands-on, moving history lesson. After all, that’s the main appeal of the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum: visitors don’t just “see” the past up close; they “experience” it for themselves on an unforgettable ride through the countryside with the help of PTM’s 150 volunteers (and counting!).  They are committed to keeping that experience alive for generations to come. PDH's: If you would like to receive PDHs, please bring a copy of this announcement to this meeting and please contact Dave Vaglia for verification of your attendance. A non-Member who would like to receive PDHs is required to pay $10 to IEEE Pittsburgh Section. A Member who would like to receive PDH is required to show membership ID. DIRECTIONS to the PA Trolley Museum: SOUTHBOUND I-79 (From: Pittsburgh) use Exit 41:Turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp. Cross over the RR tracks and turn LEFT on Pike Street at the traffic light. Follow Pike Street to the next traffic light and turn RIGHT onto Country Club Road and follow to the stop sign at the Y-intersection. Turn right and follow North Main Street bearing left at the next intersection. Travel 1/2 mile to Museum Road, turn left and enter the parking area on the right. NORTHBOUND I-79 (From: New Stanton, Morgantown, WV, Waynesburg or Wheeling, WV) Exit 40:Turn left at the traffic light at the bottom of the ramp on to Locust Avenue/Pike Street. Drive 1/4 mile north to next traffic light (at the RR crossing) this is Country Club Road. Turn left and follow to the stop sign at the Y-intersection. Turn right and follow North Main Street bearing left at the next intersection. Travel 1/2 mile to Museum Road, turn left and enter the parking area on the right. Speaker(s): Bernie Orient, Location: Bldg: PA Trolley Museum 1 Museum Road Washington County, Pennsylvania 15301

Early Power Still Driving the PA Trolley Museum

City: Washington County

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Early Power Still Driving the PA Trolley Museum (PA TROLLEY OPERATIONS AND ENGINEERING TOUR)   Location: Pennsylvania Trolley Museum, 1 Museum Road, Washington PA 15301Date: 27-August-2016 (Saturday)Time: 10AM-2:00 PM - Presentation, Trolley Ride, Lunch, Tour , Q & A Sponsors: PES/IAS chaptersRegister:  Please register by COB Friday August 26th, 2016.  Speaker: Bernie Orient - Shop Floor Mechanical Specialist BIO: Bernie Orient Mr. Orient has been with the PA Trolley Museum for 20 years working his way up to Shop Floor Mechanical Specialist. He obtained his BSME for West Virginia University in 1969. Presentation and Tour: Join us for an engineering presentation and tour of the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum! The journey will take us back in time to the late half of the 1800’s and up through the present where Bernie Orient (Shop Floor Mechanical Specialist) will provide an overview on how electric power and the original era electric  trolleys came together to help provide the early years of transportation. We will have a two hour morning tour, a one hour afternoon tour, with a noon time picnic  (subs, chips and cool drinks). Abstract: The Pittsburgh Electric Railway Club (PERC) members purchased their first streetcar in 1949, added a second car in 1952 and a third in 1953. With acquisition of a site in Chartiers Township, Washington County and the wonderful cooperation of the Pittsburgh Railways Company the three-car collection motored to the site on February 7, 1954 to establish what has become the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum. Construction of a car house building, repair of track and overhead lines followed and by December, 1962, the streetcars were once again operational. On June 23 of the following year the museum received its first official visitors after a ribbon cutting ceremony. Since then, the museum has seen several decades of expansion. The car collection, the existing track, the car house and visitor buildings have all seen major growth. Today, the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum owns nearly 50 street and electric railway cars, 20 of which are operational on the museum’s four mile ride. Each year 30,000 visitors are treated to a hands-on, moving history lesson. After all, that’s the main appeal of the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum: visitors don’t just “see” the past up close; they “experience” it for themselves on an unforgettable ride through the countryside with the help of PTM’s 150 volunteers (and counting!).  They are committed to keeping that experience alive for generations to come. PDH's: If you would like to receive PDHs, please bring a copy of this announcement to this meeting and please contact Dave Vaglia for verification of your attendance. A non-Member who would like to receive PDHs is required to pay $10 to IEEE Pittsburgh Section. A Member who would like to receive PDH is required to show membership ID. DIRECTIONS to the PA Trolley Museum: SOUTHBOUND I-79 (From: Pittsburgh) use Exit 41:Turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp. Cross over the RR tracks and turn LEFT on Pike Street at the traffic light. Follow Pike Street to the next traffic light and turn RIGHT onto Country Club Road and follow to the stop sign at the Y-intersection. Turn right and follow North Main Street bearing left at the next intersection. Travel 1/2 mile to Museum Road, turn left and enter the parking area on the right. NORTHBOUND I-79 (From: New Stanton, Morgantown, WV, Waynesburg or Wheeling, WV) Exit 40:Turn left at the traffic light at the bottom of the ramp on to Locust Avenue/Pike Street. Drive 1/4 mile north to next traffic light (at the RR crossing) this is Country Club Road. Turn left and follow to the stop sign at the Y-intersection. Turn right and follow North Main Street bearing left at the next intersection. Travel 1/2 mile to Museum Road, turn left and enter the parking area on the right. Speaker(s): Bernie Orient, Location: Bldg: PA Trolley Museum 1 Museum Road Washington County, Pennsylvania 15301

Microgrids and Battery Storage Solutions – New Power Reliability Trends and the Applications

City: Moon Township

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos New Power Reliability Trends and the Application of:          Microgrids and Battery Storage Solutions Location:        EATON, 1000 Cherrington Parkway, Moon Township, PA 15108 Date:              22-ASeptember-2016 (Thursday) Time:              6:15-7:00 PM - Light Dinner, 7:00-8:30 PM – Presentation and Q & A Sponsors:       PES/IAS chapters Register:        Please register by COB Wednesday September 21st, 2016.  Presenter:Mr. Gabriel J. Paoletti, P.E. Presentation: New Power Reliability Trends and the Application of Microgrids and Battery Storage Solutions Abstract: In addition to natural disasters, there are several other power distribution related trends that are affecting the ability of maintaining emergency power during and after an unplanned outage, especially a prolonged outage.  This discussion will review the market trends and their impact on maintaining power resiliency. An overview of the history of the grid will be provided, and the current trends driving the need for Microgrids and battery storage applications.  Topics will include:   Grid Power Distribution History Megatrends, MicroGrids & Customer Segment Drivers MicroGrid Functions & Capabilities Bidirectional Inverter / PGE & Military MicroGrid Portland General Electric MicroGrid Video Eaton MicroGrid Video  Controls & Cybersecurity: SMP Gateway (Eaton EAS Products)   Battery Technology Considerations & Monitoring Distributed Generation Options MicroGrid Feasibility Study & Implementation Government / State Initiatives   Speaker(s): Gabriel J. Paoletti, P.E., Location: Bldg: EATON 1000 Cherrington Parkway Moon Township, Pennsylvania 15108

Microgrids: Market Forces, Technology and Implementation

City: Moon Township

Co-sponsored by: Steven Dobos Updated Title: Microgrids: Market Forces, Technology and Implementation Old Title:  Power Reliability Trends and the Application of:          Microgrids and Battery Storage Solutions Location:        EATON, 1000 Cherrington Parkway, Moon Township, PA 15108 Date:              22-September-2016 (Thursday) Time:              6:15-7:00 PM - Light Dinner, 7:00-8:30 PM – Presentation and Q & A Sponsors:       PES/IAS chapters Register:        Please register by COB Wednesday September 21st, 2016.  Presenter:Mr. Gabriel J. Paoletti, P.E. Presentation: New Power Reliability Trends and the Application of Microgrids and Battery Storage Solutions Abstract: In addition to natural disasters, there are several other power distribution related trends that are affecting the ability of maintaining emergency power during and after an unplanned outage, especially a prolonged outage.  This discussion will review the market trends and their impact on maintaining power resiliency. An overview of the history of the grid will be provided, and the current trends driving the need for Microgrids and battery storage applications.  Topics will include:   Grid Power Distribution History Megatrends, MicroGrids & Customer Segment Drivers MicroGrid Functions & Capabilities Bidirectional Inverter / PGE & Military MicroGrid Portland General Electric MicroGrid Video Eaton MicroGrid Video  Controls & Cybersecurity: SMP Gateway (Eaton EAS Products)   Battery Technology Considerations & Monitoring Distributed Generation Options MicroGrid Feasibility Study & Implementation Government / State Initiatives PDH's: If you would like to receive PDHs, please bring a copy of this announcement to this meeting and please contact Dave Vaglia for verification of your attendance. A non-Member who would like to receive PDHs is required to pay $10 to IEEE Pittsburgh Section. A Member who would like to receive PDH is required to show membership ID. Directions from the Pittsburgh: Take I-376 W / US-22 W / US-30 W toward Airport. At Exit 57, take ramp to right for I-376-BL West toward Moon. Bear right and follow signs for Ewing Rd. Turn Right onto Ewing Rd. At the top of the hill turn left onto Cherrington Pkwy. Building is a half mile down on your right. Enter the building at the front entrance and sign in with the security guard. Speaker(s): Gabriel J. Paoletti, P.E., Location: Bldg: EATON 1000 Cherrington Parkway Moon Township, Pennsylvania 15108