Cummins offers free webinar on Paralleling

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Cummins Inc, is offering free webinars to engineers who would like to increase their product knowledge in the area of paralleling. This course is designed for consulting engineers who would like to increase their technical knowledge in the area of paralleling.

The one hour course on the 22nd August will focus on an an overview of the design aspects of power systems and how system level control is built into the system. It also reaches into other areas such as automatic transfer switches, grounding and protection devices with reference to paralleling.

The course is run by Hassan Obeid, a Cummins Global Technical Advisor who has worked with Cummins since 2007 in a variety of roles including power system design engineering, project engineering and applications engineering. Mr Obeid also has a history of delivering these seminars around power system design.

You can register for the seminar on the Cummins website here.

Cummins lists the benefits of this course as:

  • Discuss the major differences between switchboards and switchgear (UL891 and UL 1558)
  • Describe transfer switch design considerations in a power system scheme  
  • Describe the functionalities and applications of a system level control and how it fits in a power system
  • Discuss protection and ground fault considerations 

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