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Engineering Ethics

Engineering Ethics

Engineering ethics presentation by Karla Carter in Columbus Nebraska. Presentation will focus on situations that impact and involve engineers and the complex decisions.

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Arc Flash Calculations (11/16)

Arc Flash Calculations for the latest revision of IEEE 1584
The 2018 revision of IEEE 1584 dramatically changed the equations and process for calculating the arc flash energies at equipment.  The new equations introduced some new parameters such as bus configuration and enclosure dimensions.  This presentation …

Towards Robust Localization and Mapping in Challenging Conditions (10/28)

At the core of most autonomous systems is a source of navigation data that provides position and orientation which often depends on a single state estimation system. This single-point of failure reduces robustness and reliability. Prior work in SLAM often focusses on accuracy. In this …

Common Weaknesses in Generator Set Protection Strategies (10/28)

Over the years Gary Olson has looked at literally thousands of drawings and specifications for on-site generator sets, and, in general, the generator set is treated like a normal service from a protection point of view.  While from a code perspective that is not inherently …

ELECTRICAL GRID INFRSTRUCTURE STABILTIY IMPROVEMENTS

Electrical Grid Infrastructure Stability Improvements

With the presidient’s infrasturucture improvments programs the power grid improvents will affect all engineering disciplnes.
This may be the meeting for you.
NSPE and IEEE are hosting speaker Robin Preistly of the Rockwell Automation to talk about robust infrastructure needs and
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IEEE Day Blood Drive Oct 4 – Oct 9

IEEE Day Blood Drive Oct 4 – Oct 9

Celebrate IEEE Day with a Blood Drive. Join the Nebraska Section and IAS Society in donating blood to the Nebraska Community Blood Bank.

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