IEEE PES Fort Worth Monthly Meeting - 2019 August 20


Electricity from Nuclear Fission

Electricity from nuclear fission provides: an overview of US nuclear plants, the basics of nuclear fission, types of light-water nuclear reactors, specifics of a pressurized water reactor, and the future of nuclear power.

  Date and Time




  • 115 W. 7th St
  • ESB 200 (2nd floor)
  • Fort Worth , Texas
  • United States 76102
  • Building: Electric Services Building
  • Arnold Zhang

    PES FW Secretary

    Fort Worth Chapter

  • Starts 02 August 2019 12:00 PM
  • Ends 16 August 2019 06:00 PM
  • All times are US/Central
  • Admission fee ?
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Dennis Carlsen of Luminant - Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant


Dennis Carlsen holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Brooklyn, Polytechnic Institute.  He has over 30 years of nuclear related experience.  He has held positions in Maintenance, Construction, Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Testing, Design and Environmental Equipment Qualification. He has worked for EBASCO, TXU, AREVA NP, CB&I, Wectec, and Luminant on the following projects: St Lucie Units 1 & 2, Shearon Harris, Fort St. Vrain, South Texas Units 2 & 3, Crystal River Unit 3, San Onofre Units 2 & 3, Bellefonte, Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant (CPNPP), and AREVA Evolutionary Power Reactor.

He helped form the Glen Rose chapter of PES that meets at CPNPP and is the current chairperson.

[Design Engineering, Principal Engineer]
[Luminant - Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant]