Announcements and Events
Central Texas Section
Power Engineering Society
Meeting, Tuesday, January 23, Transformers
Mark your calendars. Our first meeting in 2007 January
meeting will include a presentation by Sunbelt Transformers
about transformers. We will dine
at the El Gallo Mexican Restaurant,
2910 S Congress in Austin beginning
with a social time at 6 PM.
More information and
a detailed announcement will be posted in early January.
|A special thanks to
Willie Korenak and Karolyn Puccio
A big thank you to Karolyn Puccio who
arranged Alcoa Aluminum tour and to Willie
Korenak our tour guide. Willie's knowledge and humor
were instrumental in making tour informative and pleasant.
We appreciate his taking his most of his Saturday to
help understand how the Three Oaks and Sandow mines,
the Sandow power plant, and the smelting plant operate.
|Certificates. You may pick up your CE certificates
for IEEE meetings at the meeting.
issue of the PES eNews Update is now on
line. Designed for quick
reading, it's interesting and informative
Matthews Receives IEEE Award
Roy Matthews (left) receives an IEEE Appreciation
Award on May 23, from Vice Chapter Chair Mike Noth,
for service as Central Texas Power Society Chapter
Chair for 2005-2006. We all appreciate Roy's hard work
and dedication coordinating the PES Chapter's successful
July, 2006, Power Factor and Power Factor Correction
Hillhouse presentation (24.2 Mb PowerPoint File)
February, 2006, Uninterruptible Power Supplies,
Berry presentation (2.4 Mb PowerPoint File)
January, 2006, Katolight Generator Sets and Applications
Dauffenbach presentation (9.9 Mb PowerPoint File)
October, 2005, Stored Diesel Fuel Maintenance Standards
presentation (0.5 Mb PowerPoint File)
May, 2005, Critical Power Distribution System
Mike Filley presentation (4.2 Mb PowerPoint File)
April, 2005, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition
Hunter presentation (0.5 Mb PowerPoint File)
October, 2004, Bridge Collapse Monitoring System (5.5
Mb PDF File)
Mercier presentation background (The article is
on pages 28-35.)
February, 2004, Wind Power.
Campbell presentation (5.9 Mb PDF File)
Hornaday presentation (0.3 Mb PDF File)
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receiving their electronic copy of the IEEE Central Texas
Section Newsletter, The
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