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IEEE PES Vancouver Chapter Technical Presentation on “Evolution of Circuit Breaker TRVs and Standards”
April 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
IEEE Power & Energy Society Vancouver Chapter is pleased to announced a technical presentation on “Evolution of Circuit Breaker TRVs and Standards” by Dr. David Peelo. The chapter kindly invites all PES members and guests to attend this presentation. Please also feel free to extend this invitation to those who you think would be interested in this presentation.
This IEEE technical presentation hours may be considered towards Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits.
Lecture Topic: Evolution of Circuit Breaker TRVs and Standards
Speaker: Dr. David Peelo
Date: Wednesday, April 11th, 2018
Time: 12:00PM to 1:00 PM (lunch hour)
Venue: Centre Room, Auditorium – BC Hydro Edmonds Office, 6911 Southpoint Drive, Burnaby, BC
No advanced registration required.
Synopsis of the talk:
The first commercial bulk-oil circuit breakers appeared on the market around 1910 with manufacturing in North America dominated by GE and Westinghouse. Current interruption was viewed as an AC event for almost two decades and, with no short-circuit test laboratories, commissioning on-site often included a fault test which resulted in failure. The existence of TRVs was first proposed in 1927 and proven in 1931. TRVs evolved driven by experience and breaker performance. The first IEC standard for breakers was published in the 1950s and the today’s IEEE standard did not start until the early 1970s. The history of TRVs and standards is not only about the subject itself but also of those who contributed to the development.
11:55AM – 12:05 PM: Sign-in
12:05PM – 12:50PM: Presentation
12:50PM – 1:00 PM: Q&A
Room: Centre Room
Bldg: BC Hydro Edmonds Office
Centre Room, Auditorium – BC Hydro Edmonds Office
6911 Southpoint Drive
Burnaby, British Columbia