Eaton Network Engineering Training
September 10 - 12, 2019
Eaton offers a Network Engineering Training course geared toward utility engineers who are required to understand and design Network systems. Each day will begin at 8:00 am starting on Tuesday and conclude on Thursday at 12:00 noon.
The unique operation of Network Systems requires specialized training to insure adequate equipment selection, which includes network protectors, transformers, fuses and associated equipment. Because companies expand and widen areas of responsibilities, many times, the experience gained on Network systems is lost and further training is required.
General Overview of Network Systems and Equipment
Network Circuit Analysis Concepts
MPCV Relay Theory and Application
Network Fuse and Cable Limiter Application
Network Transformers and Loading
Arcflash Solutions in Secondary Networks
Network Vault Communications and Safety
Mitigating the Unprotected Zone in Network Protectors
Case Studies and Lessons Learned
CYME modeling for Networks**
*This is an engineering level course that includes mathematical computations. A scientific calculator is recommended. A Laptop PC with MS Excel is required for class participation.
**Interactive CYME modeling will be performed in class. Upon registering please contact Stephanie Skrbin at firstname.lastname@example.org (412) 262-7960 or Tony Oruga at email@example.com (864) 330-2461 for a temporary license of the CYME software for use during this training.
Note - If you have CYME already installed you will need access to the Network System Modeling Module.
Mark A. Faulkner - Product Line Manager for Network Protectors.
He is a member of IEEE and its Power Engineering Society, serves as Chair of the Standards Committee for Secondary Network Protectors, and is an active member of the Network Transformers group. He has 30 years of experience in Network Protectors and associated products and solutions, which includes 7 years with Westinghouse Electric Corporation and 23 years with Eaton. Mark currently holds 12 patents and has been involved in nearly all network communication and control systems in the U.S.
Timothy R. Day, P.E. - Senior Application Engineer
He completed his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering at Georgia Tech and his master's degree in electrical power engineering from Washington State University. Timothy has been with Eaton’s Cooper Power division for twenty-six years. His present role since 2012 is Senior Application Engineer where he provides technical support for the products and services Eaton brings to the electrical utility market. He is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Washington.
Nathalie Ardaya, P.E. – Product Application Engineer
She is an electrical power system engineer with 11 years of experience in the energy sector. She has worked in consulting engineering as a member of the protection and control (P&C) team. She is currently a CYME Product Application Engineer responsible for technical account management and training. She has collaborated in CYME integration projects with multiple utilities. This experience has allowed her to create a strong link to customers, helping her support the growth of the CYME Power Engineering Software Product line across the globe.
September 10 - 12, 2019
$995.00 per person
(Please note there will be a $75.00 cancellation fee to cancel your attendance to the training program. No refunds will be issued 30 days before the event.)
Includes: Lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday, and dinner with Eaton on Tuesday evening.
Books and training materials will be provided.
CEU credits will be awarded to attendees for PE license renewal, upon completion of the training.
The Planters Inn
112 N. Market Street
Charleston, SC 29401
The room block has closed for this event. To make a room reservation, please contact The Planters Inn at 843-722-2345 to find out current rates and availability.
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM
Parking: The hotel offers valet parking. In and out privileges are included at a daily charge of $32.00 plus tax per vehicle (subject to change).