IEEE Alaska Section



The new website is working and is being used.  Comments have been made that material is not being refreshed or updated as often as it should.  I am very busy so have been slow to provide updates.  If anyone is interested in helping with the website I will welcome any help which is offered.  There is much the IEEE Alaska Section can do to benefit the membership and others with this website.

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Section Updates

How to Perform an Arc Flash Study – 2 Days

February  12 and 13, 2015 DAYS – 1.6 CEUs This 2 day class by Jim Phillips, P.E., Secretary of IEEE 1584,  teaches you how to perform the arc flash hazard calculation study based on IEEE 1584 – IEEE Guide for Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations.  Learn how to properly model the system, make appropriate assumptions […]

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Medium Voltage Power Systems

  Medium Voltage Power Systems Nov 12th and 13th Coast International Inn Anchorage, Alaska The backbone of many electric power systems is the medium voltage distribution system.   Typically operating at voltages ranging from 2,400 to 34,500 Volts, voltage stress, corona, surges and protection of equipment all create unique challenges in design, equipment selection, operation and […]

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Request for other Engineering Course Topics

We have 3 Power Engineering Courses Scheduled for 2014 and have had Stallcup’s Changes in the 2014 NEC course. We are accepting comments and recommendations for other course topics.  Here are some suggestions just to get you thinking. Facility Communication System Design for non Communications Engineers The Electrical Engineering of Alternate or Renewable Energy Systems […]

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