Date: January 27, 2020
Location: The Ohio State University, Dreese Lab
Class Time: 8am-5pm
The high voltage one-day course is specifically designed for engineers and technicians from electric utility companies. The purpose of the course is to provide opportunities for the utility personnel to observe and enhance their understanding of the mechanisms of high voltage phenomena in a controlled testing environment. The course covers safety aspects and practices in the lab, high voltage measurement techniques, flashover along insulators, insulation material breakdown, corona, and electric field effects.
- Electric and magnetic fields.
- High voltage safety.
- Breakdown in gas, liquids and solids (lab demonstrations).
- Corona discharge (lab demonstrations).
- High voltage power electronics.
About the High Voltage Laboratory
The High Voltage and Power Electronics Laboratory consists of a 3600 sq. ft. main high voltage facility and two satellite power electronics laboratories. The high voltage lab is the only one of its kind among the universities in the Midwest. Its operations are strongly supported and heavily utilized by electric power related industries. The power electronics facilities are unique to the universities in State of Ohio and belong to only handful of power electronics labs in the United States that deal with high power applications. Click Here to learn more!
The price of the course includes instructional materials and a box lunch.
A bachelor’s degree in engineering or an equivalent degree and/or work experience.
The Ohio State University
Dreese Lab – room 260
Center for High Performance Power Electronics Laboratory located in Dreese Lab.
2015 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH, 43210
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Cancellations and Refunds
Full refund minus a $50 administrative fee if you cancel more than 14 business days before a training course date. No refunds will be given after that time. Registrations can be transferred.