Industry Workshops

Make the most of your time in Minneapolis by choosing from a variety of industry workshops. HYDROVISION International partners with some of the most innovative organizations and programs, designed to give our attendees an edge from every angle of the industry.

Waterpower Hydro Bascis

Organized by HYDRO TRAINING INSTITUTE
Institute Supporter: Kingsbury

Monday, July 13, 2020 | 8:00 AM—5:00 PM & Tuesday, July 14 | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
cost to attend: $595

Here’s everything you need to know to get started in hydro…and a perfect refresher course for veterans! This intensive, highly practical training is designed to help persons new to hydro be more productive more quickly and to help persons with limited hydro experience expand their knowledge.

Who should attend?
Individuals new to hydro, both new hires and experienced professionals moving into hydro or those who want to expand their areas of expertise.

New Developments in Excitation Systems

Presented by Basler

Tuesday, July 14, 2020
8:00 AM—12:00 PM
cost to attend: $0
limited to 50 attendees

The excitation system is a key component in the operation of a power plant. Today’s technology can help users set up and operate their systems more efficiently. Basler’s inventive approach to power systems controls combine technological advancements with easy to use tools for customers. The results provide a high level of protection and system management; while giving customers more control over their system operation and setup. The session will also present the full range of Basler excitation system options. Basler has been in business since 1942; and is a leader in the excitation retrofit market.

Who should attended?
Excitation subject matter experts; personnel responsible for managing power plant upgrades; Plant Managers, consulting engineers

Hydrogenerator Stator Winding Maintenance Course

Presented by IRIS Power

Monday, July 13, 2020
9:00 AM—5:00 PM
cost to attend: $200
limited to 40 attendees

The course presented by Dr. Nicolas Dehlinger is intended to provide plant and engineering personnel with the important design features of hydrogenerator stator windings that can affect maintenance and winding life. More specifically, the electrical, mechanical and thermal design of the windings is reviewed. The main failure mechanisms of the windings are then described (inadequate design/manufacturing, loose windings, thermal aging, load cycling, partial discharges and contamination) are outlined.

Who should attend?
Engineering and maintenance personnel who purchase, test, maintain, and/or repair high voltage rotating machines. Consultants, manufacturers and repair shop personnel