A Virtual Event Focused on Best Practices Using Partial Discharge Measurements to Diagnose Electrical Assets, Hosted by OMICRON

October 3, 2022


OMICRON is hosting the North American Partial Discharge Symposium — a live virtual event on November 1 - 3, 2022. Register now through October 18, 2022, to benefit from the early bird pricing. Learn more and register: events.omicronenergy.com/pdtw

The symposium includes 11 industry expert speakers who will share their experiences and best practices on Partial Discharge (PD) measurements for rotating machines, cables, transformers, and switchgears.

On November 1, 2022, the discussion starts with introducing partial discharge theory by expert OMICRON engineers: Mathieu Lachance & Matthew Sze. Then they will provide a live demonstration of partial discharge testing using OMICRON’s MPD 800 to explain further. 

The event continues on November 2 - 3, 2022, by diving deeper into real-world applications and experiences from various companies testing for partial discharge.
Find additional event details and register by October 31, 2022:

North American Partial Discharge Symposium – live virtual event speakers and presentations:

November 1, 2022

Fundamentals of Partial Discharge Measurements 
Mathieu Lachance, OMICRON & Matthew Sze, OMICRON

Live Demonstration of PD Measurements Using the MPD800 on a Medium Voltage Cable 
Mathieu Lachance, OMICRON & Matthew Sze, OMICRON

November 2 - 3, 2022

Localization of PD-Events in HV-Windings of Rotating Machines
Fabian Öttl, OMICRON

Case Study on Decision Making and Diagnostic Challenges of Concerning PD Results in Rotating Machines 
Daniel McElroy, United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR)

Study of the Correlation Between PRPD Pattern Recognition and Microscopic Observations on Individual Stator Bars and Coils 
Alexandre Simard, École de technologie supérieure

Offline and Online PD Testing of Padmount and MUS Transformers Under 10 MVA 
Dr. Ali Naderian, METSCO Energy Solutions

Non-Intrusive Online PD Detection and Localization on In-Service Transformers Using TEV Sensors 
Mathieu Lachance, OMICRON

PD Measurements and Localization on Power Cables 
Udo Ranninger, OMICRON

Technical Factors Influencing MV Cable PD Assessment 
Jean-François Drapeau, JFD CableDiag

Diagnostic PD Testing in High Criticality T&D and Generation Plant Applications 
Sarajit Benerjee, Kinectrics

Practical Applications of Factory Partial Discharge Testing of Submarine High Voltage Cables 
Dr. Gregory Smith, Nexans High Voltage

Practical Approach to Switchgear Partial Discharge Testing 
Sean Parsi, Dexotech Power
Limited seating.

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