IEEE Rock River Valley Section/IAS Chapter/WIE/YP/Life Members; "Cost Effective Methods for Repairing Electric Substation Power Transformer and Circuit Breaker Oil Leaks", VIRTUAL MEETING

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Join us for our Monthly meeting on Thursday, September 24th at 7PM, with a talk on ways to repair oil leaks in transformers and circuit breakers. Due to COVID-19, this will be ONLINE only. Our meetings are free and open to anyone who is interested, not just IEEE members.

 


THIS WILL BE HELD VIA WEBEX. REGISTRATION IN ADVANCE IS REQUIRED.

This webinar will feature a presentation from Steve Wickman, P.E.. Steve's presentation will be on cost effective methods of repairing oil leaks in transformers. Join us and your fellow consultants to learn more.

 



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  • VIRTUAL EVENT
  • Rockford, Illinois
  • United States
  • Starts 05 September 2020 10:44 AM
  • Ends 24 September 2020 07:30 PM
  • All times are America/Chicago
  • No Admission Charge
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  Speakers

Steve Wickman P.E. (LinkedIn Profile)

Topic:

Cost Effective Methods for Repairing Electric Substation Power Transformer and Circuit Breaker Oil Leaks

This presentation will showcase a non-invasive repair technique that can be performed on oil filled transformers and circuit breakers whereby oil leaks can be repaired with apparatus still alive and in service carrying load. Repairs can be made without draining oil and disassembly of the transformer or CB, reducing the repair time to hours vs. the days required for major regasketing. This method can also apply to SF6 gas leaks too.

Biography:

STEVE WICKMAN, P.E., received his BSEE from Iowa State University and MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management [DeVry University]. Steve is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois and is a Life Senior Member of IEEE. His 40+ year engineering career has spanned work experiences in substation equipment testing and commissioning, design engineering, substation construction and operations management, as well as project management, work scheduling and work controls areas. Steve spent 37-years as a Power Engineer with Commonwealth Edison in the greater Chicago, IL area. Now, Steve is working as an independent consultant in the electric utility industry, and focusing on providing his technical expertise to the Transmission & Distribution Services company.

Address:Illinois, United States





Agenda

7:00pm – Webex Login

7:15pm – Announcements & Introductions

7:30pm - Presentation followed with Q&A



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