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Shipboard Electrical Engineering Design Challenges and Recommendation

August 23, 2013
12:30 pmto4:00 pm

The IEEE Canadian Atlantic Section Oceanic Engineering Society chapter, along with the Eta Kappa Nu Student Honors Society chapter and Dalhousie Students Branch wish to invite you to attend the following event taking place in conjunction with the Electrical Power and Energy Conference (EPEC) 2013 (sites.ieee.org/epec2013/). (This will include Lunch @ 12:30 before the talk)

Title of Talk: Shipboard Electrical Engineering Design Challenges and Recommendation
Speaker: Mr. Moni Islam
President, M&R Global , Marine Electrical Consultant
Time: 12:30pm, Friday August 23, 2013
Place: Sable D Room, Main Lobby Level
Marriott Halifax Harbourfront Hotel
1919 Upper Water Street, Halifax
Lunch: Lunch Starts @ 12:30pm before the presentation @ 2:00pm – Registration is Required
Local Contact: Rosalind Dickinson (rs332267@dal.ca),
Christopher Whitt (christopher@whitt.ca), and
Ferial El-Hawary (f.el-hawary@ieee.org)
RSVP by: Monday, August 19th to Christopher Whitt (christopher@whitt.ca) and Rosalind Dickinson (rs332267@dal.ca)
Cost: $10 for IEEE members
$15 for non-IEEE members
$5 for IEEE student members
$8 for non-IEEE student members
Payment: Cheque or Cash at the door.
(Receipts will be provided.)

Abstract:

The talk will consist of:

GROUNDING – SHIPBOARD SAFE AND SMART SYSTEM (GS4)
SHIPBOARD ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN CHALLENGES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

  1. FUNDAMENTALS OF SHIPBOARD GROUNDING
  2. FUNDAMENTALS OF GS4-SHIPBOARD SMART AND SAFE GROUNDING SYSTEM
  3. EXAMPLES OF CONVENTIONAL SHIPBOARD POWER LEVEL GROUNDING
  4. CHALLENGES OF SHIPBOARD CONVENTIONAL GROUNDING OPTIONS OF MITIGATING CONVENTIONAL GROUNDING CHALLENGES
  5. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADAPTING SHIPBOARD SMART AND SAFE GROUNDING AND MONITORING SYSTEM
  6. SHIPBOARD ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ARC FLASH CHALLENGES
  7. ROLE OF IEEE-45 STANDARD DEVELOPMENT WORKING GROUP FOR GS4
  8. ROLES OF -INDUSTRY, UNIVERSITY AND RESEARCH GROUP FOR GS4

GOAL – SHARE THE CHALLENGES OF GROUND DETECTION SYSTEM OF SHIPBOARD UNGROUNDED POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION

About the Speaker:

Moni Islam -Marine electrical engineering subject matter expert consultant for commercial ship design, Offshore industry support vessel design, and Office of Naval Research (ONR). Moni has forty years diversified experience on shipboard electrical power system, particularly electrical propulsion systems, and system grounding. Chair-Central Coordinating Committee for developing IEEE-45 Standards, provides coordinating support for developing IEEE-45 DOT Standards for standardizing electrical design practice for the marine industry. Authored many technical papers on power system design architecture for the marine industry. Authored “Handbook to IEEE-45, A Guide to Electrical Installation on Shipboard-2004. At present under contract to develop “Shipboard Electrical Engineering Design Fundamentals” Moni Islam received bachelor of electrical engineering (Valedictorian) in 1975 from Fort Schuyler, Maritime College, State University of New York.

 
 
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