EPRI Motor/Generator Rewind Seminar  

Summary

This three and one-half day seminar is for specialists and non-specialists who specify, contract, and accept motor or generator repairs and rewinds. It is a unique course focusing on the art and science of medium voltage motor windings. Just about all facts of motor stator windings are offered during the three and one-half days of presentations and discussions.  The presenters, Elton Floyd and Chase Fell, as a team, present the material and facilitate discussion within the class.  The discussion provides a way to share the experience and wisdom of the attendees which greatly enhances the understanding of the material being presented.

Instructors

Elton Floyd has over 50 years of experience in the electric power industry. His primary experience is with electrical rotating machinery, particularly with steam turbine generators and the large boiler auxiliary motors. He has had responsibility for technical support for other major power plant electrical and electronic equipment.. Elton is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas.

Chase Fell is Vice-President of Engineering for Jay Electric Co. and Jay’s Precision Coil Co. of Birmingham, AL. He has previously worked at Anderson Consulting, Reliance Electric, ESSEX- Brownell Wire and Montevallo Electric. He holds a BSEE degree from the University of Alabama and a BA degree from Auburn University. Chase brings a wealth of experience to the seminar from actually repairing large industrial size induction and synchronous motors, DC motors, hydro generators turbine generators as well as coil manufacturing.

Author

Jim Oliver (1928 – 2019) assembled most of the course material while an EPRI contractor. Jim received a BSEE degree from the University of Maine, a MEE degree from Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and has taken several business courses at NYU. For many years he was an engineer or an engineering consultant on electric machinery projects for American Electric Power, National Electric Coil, Bechtel Corporation, EPRI and later on with his own JARSCO Engineering Corp. He was a Fellow of the IEEE.  For 30 years, Jim was involved with the instruction of the Motor/Generator Rewind Seminar.

This course is presented at the TECO-Westinghouse Motor Company in Round Rock, TX.

 About TECO-Westinghouse

With over 100 years of experience in motor design and application, TECO-Westinghouse Motor Company (TWMC) is a premier supplier of AC and DC motors and generators. Their 500,000 square foot facility in Round Rock, Texas has both manufacturing and repair operations for large AC induction and synchronous motors, as well as DC motors. Ranging from fractional HP ratings to 100,000 HP, these high-quality machines are utilized in petroleum, chemical, mining, marine propulsion, steel, electric utility, and other industries throughout the world. The facility has coil, laminations, frame, rotor, and shaft manufacturing, and a 12-ft. VPI tank. It also has complete test facilities: full voltage, full speed run-up, heat run, locked rotor, sound level, vibration analysis, and insulation testing. TWMC also manufactures and supplies motor controls, engineering services, genuine Westinghouse and TECO-Westinghouse renewal parts, and provides large motor repairs. The TWMC Service Group focuses on after-market sales, repair service, product re-design and upgrades, engineering/technical assistance, and problem solving. 

Return form and your payment to: Jarsco Engineering, 5280 East Lake Boulevard, Birmingham, Alabama 35217, United States
Chase Fell e-mail: chase.fell@jarsco.net; phone: (205 ) 438-0085; Elton Floyd e-mail: elton.floyd@jarsco.net; phone: (903) 513-0971

For information about TWMC, contact Lana Deleon: Tel: 512-218-7409, E-mail: deleonl@tecowestinghouse.com.

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