Electrical Engineering Basics: 102
About the Program
Electricity is everywhere — no steel mill operates without it. Everything from the coffee pot to the lights to the massive surge of energy to melt in the electric arc furnace. This course is designed for those who would like to have a basic knowledge of electrical engineering principles as applied in the steel industry. Attendees will gain a fundamental basis for applying these principles in their everyday work — the terminology, the application, the physical equipment, designs, process controls and automation. The relationship of hardware and controls will be highlighted, and much more.
Automation and control are needed to operate lines optimally. This program will explore power distribution, protective relaying, transformers, breakers, level 1/level 2 automation, sensors, gauges, drives and motors. Attendees will leave this course with a better understanding of electrical engineering basics as explained by mill personnel. Panel discussions will provide an opportunity to discuss issues and engage in problem-solving. Networking sessions will allow for conversations with mill experts.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who would like to expand their knowledge and understanding of basic knowledge of electrical engineering principles as applied in the steel industry should attend. This includes electrical, mechanical, lubrication and metallurgical engineers; maintenance personnel; and operators.
Bring Your Own Young Professional (BYOYP) Program
AIST recently launched the Bring Your Own Young Professional (BYOYP) program to encourage our members to help boost the next generation’s involvement in AIST and the steel industry. If you are an AIST member and are bringing a Young Professional (age 30 and under) to the conference, you can receive a free gift. All you have to do is enter their contact information on the registration form when you sign up for the conference. Find out more information about the program here.
Professional Development Hours
This course may qualify for up to 17.50 Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits. Each attendee will receive a certificate listing the quantity of PDH credits earned for the course. This course is not approved for PDH credit in New York, Florida, North Carolina and Oklahoma.
AIST’s Electrical Applications Technology Committee
Previous Course Program
12–15 September 2021 • Mobile, AL, USA