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TITLE        PCI-.           SESSION           AUTHOR         CLASS     AFFILIATION   AUTHOR1CLASS1 AFFILIATION1
             2000-01         GENERAL           Ron Carlson USER         Saudi The Worlds Largest
                                                                                      Pat         USER
Conversion From Division To Zone Electrical Classification - Why And HowAramco Flanders Oil CompanyAramco   Saudi Made The Chang
             2000-02         And Evaluation Of Electrical Power System Reliability Daniel R. Doan
Improvements In Modeling GENERAL                              U
                                               John E. Propst SER       Equilon Enterprises, LLC  USER      E. I. duPont de Nemour
             - Guide         GENERAL
IEEE 1242 2000-03 For Specifying And Selecting Cable For ONSULTANT PlantsJoseph H.Inc. And How Will It Help You
                                               Donald A. Voltz Petrochemical
                                                              C                        - What's Snow
                                                                        Mustang Engineering,In It           Anixter,
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER Inc.
             2000-04         GENERAL           Andrew R. Leoni Medium Voltage Switchgear Equipment NEI Electric Power Engi
                                                              And       NEI
Some Lessons Learned From Commissioning Substation CONSULTANTElectric John P. Nelson              CONSULTANT
                                                                                      Power Engineering, Inc.
             2000-05          Preventative MaintenanceDunn
Continuous Supervision vs.GENERAL              Donald G. - AUSER
                                                              New Concept For Petrochemical Plants
                                                                        Equistar Chemicals Babiarz
                                                                                      Paul S.               Crouse
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURERHinds
             2000-06         GENERAL                          M         Rockwell Aubrey Hammons
Disaster Recovery Project Management Phillip E. Hayes ANUFACTURER Automation USER                           Chevron Products Com
             2000-07         REFINING          Raymond OngMANUFACTURER  GE Industrial Systems MANUFACTURER
                                                                                      J. H. Dymond
Design Of Increased Safety Electrical Machine: Development Activities And Certification Testing             GE Industrial Systems
             2000-08         REFINING          Austin H. Bonnett
                                                              Characteristics Electrical 841 Motors
                                                                        U.S. For
Operating Temperature Considerations And PerformanceMANUFACTURER IEEE Motors, Division of Emerson Electric Co.
             2000-09          For The Deleware J. Costello USERProject
Large Synchronous MotorsREFINING               M. City Repowering       Texaco Inc. R. J. Lawrie  USER      Praxair, Inc.
             2000-10         CHEMICAL          John Dickin USER         NOVA Chemicals Corp.Hanna
                                                                                      Facility
Design Challenges Encountered When Expanding A World Class Petrochemical Dr. Robert CONSULTANT Engineering  RPM
             2000-11         CHEMICAL          Matthias BerthMANUFACTURER
                                                                        ABB           Lukas Kung
Switching Overvoltages In Motor Circuits For Petrochemical Applications Corporate Research Ltd.             ABB Industry AG
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER
             2000-12         V DC Process James E. Tamblingson, Jr.
Issues Of 120 V AC Vs.24 CHEMICAL Control Systems                       Rockwell Daleep C. USER
                                                              MANUFACTURER Automation Mohla                 Union Carbide Corporat
             2000-13         ELECTROCHEMICAL   Alexander S. Popp
                                                              MANUFACTURER
                                                                        Rapid         Marijan Tomas
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER
Comparison Of Thyristor Vs Chopper Rectifiers In A Common Application Power Technologies, Inc. Rapid Power Technolog
             2000-14         ELECTROCHEMICAL   J. Beak        MANUFACTURER            P. Buddingh M         Universal
Re-Using & Re-Rating Older Rectifiers With New DC/DC Choppers Inverpower Controls Ltd. ANUFACTURER Dynamics Ltd
             2000-15         ELECTROCHEMICALStone MANUFACTURER Engineering MANUFACTURER Engineering I
                                               G. C.
Which Inverter Drives Need Upgraded Motor Stator Windings               Iris Power S. R. Campbell Inc.      Iris Power
             2000-16         PRODUCTION Will
9500 HP High Speed Motor Driven CompressorE. McBride SER      U                       John Franks
                                                                        Phillips Alaska, Inc.               Ansaldo
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER Ross Hill
             2000-17         PRODUCTION Roy
Heat Tracing Technology For The 21st Century E. Barth MANUFACTURER Mfg.                            Bonorden Thermon
                                                                        Thermon Charles M.MANUFACTURER Mfg.
             2000-18         PRODUCTION Doug Brooks CONSULTANT          Bantrel       Phillip Drozd
Reducing The Final Cost Of Ownership Of Electric Heat Tracing Systems In Northern Alberta                   Weidmuller
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER
             2000-19         TRANSPORTATION    William R. Finley
Selection Of Copper vs. Aluminum Rotors For Induction Motors            Siemens       Mark M. Hodowanec Siemens Energy & Auto
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER
                                                              MANUFACTURER Energy & Automation, Inc.
             2000-20         TRANSPORTATION Bishop MANUFACTURERPower SystemsMANUFACTURERPower Systems
A Primer On Capacitor Bank Protection          Martin                   Cooper        Tim Day               Cooper
             2000-21         TRANSPORTATION
Transient Voltage Surge Suppression Design And Correlation
                                               Marcus O. Durham
                                                              CONSULTANTTHEWAY Corp.              CONSULTANT
                                                                                      Robert A. Durham      RADCO Consulting
             2000-22         CHEMICAL          Of Predictive Maintenance
Intelligent Motors Moving To The Forefront Matthew M. O'Kane            U.S. Electrical Motors, Division of Emerson Electric
                                                              MANUFACTURER
             Of Maximum Rotor Temperatures In TEFCDoughty
Evaluation 2000-23           CHEMICAL                         USER      DuPont
                                               Richard L. Inverter-Fed Motors                     MANUFACTURER
                                                                                      Roger H. Daugherty Rockwell Automation
             2000-24         CHEMICAL          Jim
Medium Voltage Replacement Breaker ProjectsBowen MANUFACTURER                         Ted Mfg. Co.
                                                                        Powell Electrical Burse MANUFACTURERPowell Electrical Mfg. C
             2000-25         PRODUCTION Thomas Grounded       RESEARCH/OTHER Frank Renovich
Fault Locating In Ungrounded And High-Resistance Baldwin Systems        FAMU-FSU                  USER      General Motors Corp.
             2000-26          Motors: Causes And Solutions
Acoustic Noise In InductionPRODUCTION Sebastiao Lauro Nau               WEG Motores Ltda
                                                              MANUFACTURER                        MANUFACTURER
                                                                                                            WEG
                                                                                      Hugo Gustavo Gomez MelloMotores Ltda
             2000-27         New Combustion Patrick McShane   MANUFACTURERPower Systems
                                                                         Based
Relative Properties Of The PRODUCTION C.Resistant Vegetable OilCooper Dielectric Coolants
             2000-28          Classification In The United States
A History Of Electrical AreaREFINING                          USER
                                               Michael K. Toney                       Travis Griffith
                                                                        Equistar Chemicals, LPMANUFACTURER  GE-Pignone
             2000-29         REFINING          James A. Oliver
How To Specify Power Quality Tolerant Process Equipment       CONSULTANT EngineeringLawrence
                                                                        Jarsco        Roger Corp.           EPRI ASDO
                                                                                                  RESEARCH/OTHER
             Process         REFINING
Integrating 2000-30 And Motor Control                         MANUFACTURER Corp. Som de Cerff IDS Engineering Inc.
                                               Timothy L. O'Hearn       Pro-Quip John             CONSULTANT
              large Drive Availability
Maximizing2000-31                              Frank
                             TRANSPORTATION A. DeWinter                 Rockwell Rick Paes                  Rockwell
                                                              MANUFACTURER Automation MANUFACTURER Automation
             Compansators,TRANSPORTATION Motor/Weak System Problem?Gerard Philpott
Static VAR2000-32                              Bill Lockley CONSULTANT
                             A Solution To The Big                      Lockley Engineering USER            Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
             2000-33         TRANSPORTATION Dymond MANUFACTURER
                                               J. H.                    GE Industrial Systems MANUFACTURER
                                                                                      Bharat Mistry         GE Methods - Interpret
Acceleration Tests On Large Salient Pole Synchronous Motors To Determine Inrush Currents And TorquesIndustrial Systems
             2000-34
How Do The NEC And IECSAFETY                   George D. Gregory
                                                              Safety? Square          Joesph
                              60364 Help Provide Electrical MANUFACTURERD Company H. Kusca                  Killark Electic Mfg. Co.
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER
             2000-35         Wave Associated With Arc Fault
Modelling Of The PressureSAFETY                Michael Wactor MANUFACTURER
                                                                        Powell Electrical Mfg.H.RESEARCH/OTHER Berkeley Nati
                                                                                      Gregory      Miller   Lawrence
             Changes         SAFETY
NFPA 70E 2000-36 For Year 2000                 Ray A. Jones CONSULTANT                L. Bruce McClung
                                                                                                  USER      Union Carbide Corporat
                                                                        Electrical Safety Consulting Services
             2001-01         GENERAL           John P. Nelson CONSULTANT Electric Need
                                                                        NEC
System Grounding And Ground Fault Protection In The Petrochemical Industry: A PowerFor A Better Understanding
             2001-02         GENERAL
Earthing - Grounding Methods: A Primer Donald W. Zipse                  Zipse
                                                              CONSULTANT Electrical Engineering, Inc.
             2001-03          Impact On        Kim Safety
A Summary Of The PCIC'sGENERAL ElectricalEastwoodUSER                                 Danny P. Liggett
                                                                        Thermon Industries, Inc.  USER      DuPont Co.
             2001-04         GENERAL
Introduction To IEEE 841-2001, IEEE Standard For L. Doughty And Chemical Industry - Severe Duty Totally Enclosed Fan-Coo
                                               Richard Petroleum
                                                              USER      DuPont                    MANUFACTURER Electric
                                                                                      Austin H. Bonnett     Emerson
             2001-05         GENERAL           Terence G. Hazel
                                                              MANUFACTURER Electric Tastet
                                                                        Schneider Jacques CONSULTANT
Implementing Back-Up Protection Using Microprocessor Based Multifunction Relays                             Technip
             Of Zone         GENERAL            Initial Seitz CONSULTANT Engineering
Installation 2001-06 Equipment In The US -RobertExperiences             Artech
             2001-07         TRANSPORTATION M. Bezesky
                                               David          MANUFACTURER            Scott Kreitzer
NEMA Application Guide For AC Adjustabel Speed Drive Systems Siemens Energy & Automation                    Siemens
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER Energy & Auto
             2001-08         TRANSPORTATION     Potential, Methods
                                                              MANUFACTURER
                                                                        Rockwell Rod Kottwitz
AFD Synchronizing Applications: IdentifyingGeorge Seggewiss And Benefits Automation USER                    Conoco Inc.
             2001-09         TRANSPORTATION Interruption
                                               Dan
Targeting Five Years Of AFD Operation WithoutEaton            USER                    John Petroleum Co. ASI Robicon
                                                                        Marathon AshlandRama      MANUFACTURER
             2001-10         CHEMICAL          Provide Savings For Industrial Lighting Projects
Computer Based Photometric Calculations John Gardner MANUFACTURER                     Mike
                                                                        Appleton-EGS HaleyMANUFACTURER      Appleton-EGS
             2001-11         Protection &
Trends In Advanced Motor CHEMICAL Monitoring                  M         Rockwell Charles
                                               Jeihri Robinson ANUFACTURER AutomationD. USER       Whelan DuPont Company
             2001-12         CHEMICAL          C. Power Systems Calculations
Windows-Based Rapid And Precise Electrical R. Porcaro CONSULTANT                      Paul PorcaroCONSULTANTBechtel Corp.
             2001-13         ELECTROCHEMICAL   Jack Ripley MANUFACTURER Battery
Battery Chargers And Batteries For DC And AC Back-Up Power Systems Service Co.                    U
                                                                                      M.T. Ansari SER       Saudi Aramco
             Power Conversion Now And In The Future
AC To DC 2001-14             ELECTROCHEMICAL   Tony Siebert MANUFACTURER              Anders Troedson
                                                                        ABB Automation, Inc. MANUFACTURER   ABB Automation,m Inc.
             2001-15         SemiConductor Sheldon Transformers Niagara Transformer Corp.
                                               Rectifier
Design And Application Of ELECTROCHEMICAL P. Kennedy          MANUFACTURER


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            2001-16         PRODUCTION Nicholas R. Rafferty USER       DuPont      George Tarbutton
                                                                                               MANUFACTURER Industries
                                                                                                        Thermon
IEEE 844-2000: Recommended Practice For Electrical Impedance, Induction, And Skin Effect Heating Of Pipelines And Vesse
            2001-17          Wireless Communications:       MANUFACTURER
                                                                       The Thermal Controls USER
EHT Control Systems And PRODUCTION Jim Adam The Wave Of TycoFuture George Brady                         Syncrude Canada Ltd.
            2001-18         PRODUCTION Chet Sandberg
Control And Monitoring Of Electrical Heat Tracing                      Raychem Bob
                                                            MANUFACTURER HTS Holmes                     Tracer Industries
                                                                                               MANUFACTURER
            2001-19         REFINING
Arc Terminator An Alternative To Arc-Proofing                          Square
                                             Ruben GarzonMANUFACTURERD Company
            2001-20           UnimpregnatedM.K.W. Clark MANUFACTURERCoils Systems MANUFACTURER Systems
Effect Of Surge Testing OnREFINING                                     GE Industrial
                                              Ground Insulation Of VPI Stator      D.A. Snopek          GE Power
            2001-21           Power Contacts In Corrosive Industrial Atmospheres Dave L. Swindler
Silver Whiskers Growth OnREFINING                           MANUFACTURERD Company
                                             Bella H. Chudnovsky       Square                           Square
                                                                                               MANUFACTURERD. Comnpany
            2001-22         CHEMICAL
Energy Storage For Industrial Processes Roger G. Lawrence   CONSULTANT Consultant Kim L. Craven         Duke Power
                                                                                               RESEARCH/OTHER
            2001-23         CHEMICAL         Robert A. Durham
                                                            USER        Distances Marcus       Durham THEWAY Corp.
Industrial Design Applications For Power Distribtion Over Extra-LongNew Dominion, LLC O. CONSULTANT
            Networks        CHEMICAL         David                     Rockwell Daniel R. USER
Integrating 2001-24 Into Motor Control Systems D. Blair MANUFACTURER Automation Doan                    DuPont
            2001-25         PRODUCTION Dr. Robert Strobl    MANUFACTURER           Frank
Metal Oxide Matrix - Cold Applied Elastomeric Termination Systems Tyco Electronics Fitzgerald           Tyco Electronics
                                                                                               MANUFACTURER
            2001-26         PRODUCTION C. David Mercier     MANUFACTURER
Overniew Of New ICEA Medium Voltage Power Cable SpecificationsSouthwire Company
             Mist Fire      PRODUCTION
Fine Water2001-27 Protection Syustem Will E. McBride SER    U          BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc.
            2001-28         REFINING         John
Active Voltage Correcti9n For Industrial Plants Penny MANUFACTURER                 Dr. Robert Hanna     RPM
                                                                       Vectek Electronics Ltd. CONSULTANT Engineering
            2001-29
Motor Primer - Part 2       REFINING         Gary Donner USER          Equilon                          Reliance
                                                                                   Bill Subler MANUFACTURER Electric
             Progress       REFINING         Dr.-Ing. U. Klausmeyer Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt IECEx Scheme
                                                            RESEARCH/OTHER P. Kelly, K.RESEARCH/OTHER Laboratori
                                                                                               McManama, The
                                                                                                        Underwriters
The Global2001-30 Towards One Standard, One Product, One Mark For Explosion Protected Aparatur - M. Slowinske
            2001-31         TRANSPORTATION   Richard
Harmonic Losses In LCI Fed Synchronous Motors Emery                    ALSTOM Joseph Eugene    MANUFACTURER
                                                            MANUFACTURER Electrical Machines, Ltd.ALSTOM Electrical Mac
            2001-32         TRANSPORTATIONDymond MANUFACTURER
                                             Jim                       GE Industrial System Ong
                                                                                   Raymond MANUFACTURER
Instrumentation, Testing And Analysis Of Electric Machine Rotor Steady-State Heating                    GE Industrial System
            Anti-Friction Bearsings: Selectrion Of The Optimal Bearing For Induction Motors MANUFACTURER Energy & Auto
Sleeve Vs. 2001-33          TRANSPORTATION                  MANUFACTURER Energy & Automation, Inc.
                                             William R. Finley         Siemens     Mark M. Hodowanec Siemens
            2001-34         SAFETY           Laura J.       RESEARCH/OTHER Ray A. Jones
Electrical Safety Training, Kindergarten To EmeritusBottomley                                  CONSULTANT
                                                                       North Carolina State University ESCS, Inc.
            2001-35
One Company's Approach SAFETY                Robert L. Huddleston
                             To Cord-Connected Safety       USER       Eastman Chemical Company
            Fromal          SAFETY            Safety
Results Of 2001-36Benchmarking ElectricalL. Bruce McClung   USER       Union Carbide Corp.
            2001-37                          Dipl.-Ing. Volker (Gas Atmospheres) Dr. & Co. USER KGBASF Aktiengesellschaf
                                                            USER                    Procedures Haas
                                                                                               Hochst
Panel Discussion - Risk Assessment And Area ClassficationPandel InfraServ GmbHKlaus de In Chemical Plants In Europe
            2001-38                          James D. Cospolich
                                                            CONSULTANT Waldemar Gas Production Facilities In International Explo
                                                                                   Francis Stone
Panel Discussion - Comparison Of Classification Procedures For Offshore Oil &S. Nelson & USER  Co.      Shell The USA Using Th
            2001-39                          Dr. Heribert Oberhem
                                                            USER       Bayer AG                USER
Panel Discussion - Installation And Wiring Methods In Chemical Plants In EuropeDipl.-Ing. Volker Pandel InfraServ GmbH & Co. H
            2002-01         GENERAL          Ben Processes
A Comparison Of The IEEE And IEC Standards C. Johnson                  Thermon Donald
                                                            MANUFACTURER Industries G. Dunn    USER     Equistar Chemicals
            2002-02         GENERAL          Kenneth G. RESEARCH/OTHER Ray Jones,CONSULTANT Inc.
Globalization Of Electrical Safety Codes And StandardsBastrullo        NFPA                             ESCS,
                                                                                                Bruce McClung
            2002-03         GENERAL
Brazil Moves From Difisions To Zones                        USER
                                             Estellito Rangel          Petrobras
            2002-04         GENERAL          Marcus O. Durham
                                                            CONSULTANT THEWAY Corp.Robert A. Durham
Applications Engineering Approach To Maxwell And Other Mathematically Ntense ProblemsCONSULTANT         D2 Technologies
            2002-05         GENERAL
Specification Guidelines To Improve PowerRoger Lawrence And Reduce Plant Operating Costs
                                              Quality Immunity
                                                            CONSULTANT               Consultant
                                                                       IndependentBill Moncrief         EPRI
                                                                                               RESEARCH/OTHER
            2002-06         GENERAL           Recommended   MANUFACTURERFor OkoniteH.R. Stewart
                                                                                    Company CONSULTANT  Testing Of Insulated Po
Introduction And Review Of IEEE 576-2000Wayne Madden Practice The Installation, Termination, And HRS Consulting
            2002-07          Model For       Chuck Yung RESEARCH/OTHERApparatus Service Association, Inc.
A Repair-Replace DecisionCHEMICALPetro-Chemical Industry Motors                                RESEARCH/OTHERApparatus Ser
                                                                       Electrical Austin Bonnett        Electrical
            2002-08         CHEMICAL         R. F. Schiferl            Rockwell M.J. Melfi              Rockwell
Inverter Driven Induction Motor Bearing Current Solutions MANUFACTURER Automation MANUFACTURER Automation
            2002-09
Bearings For IEEE 841 MotorsCHEMICAL         Dennis Bogh MANUFACTURER              Jim Crowell          GE Industrial Systems
                                                                       GE Industrial Systems MANUFACTURER
            2002-10         ELECTROCHEMICAL  Mehrgan Mazaheri          SatCon
Cause, Effects And Mitigation Of Ripple From Rectifiers MANUFACTURER Power Systems Vince Scaini         SatCon
                                                                                               MANUFACTURER Power Systems
            2002-11         ELECTROCHEMICAL  Paul C.
Even Harmonic Resonance - An Unusual Problem Buddingh                  Universal
                                                            MANUFACTURER Dynamics Ltd.
            2002-12         ELECTROCHEMICAL  Jean-Guy Boudrias
                                                            Transformer And Phase Shifting CONSULTANT
                                                                       The Delta Jeff Bannard
Power Factor Correction And Energy Saving With Proper MANUFACTURER Grou xfo Techniques Wiebe Forest Engineeri
            2002-13         PRODUCTION Daleep Mohla
Beyond Electrical Heat Tracing: Safety Showers Update USER                         N. R. Rafferty
                                                                       Dow Chemical Company    USER     Dupont Chemical Comp
            2002-14          Lessons Learned
FPSO Electrical Systems - PRODUCTION Robert R. Brown                   KBR
                                                            CONSULTANT - Offshore
            2002-15         PRODUCTION Donald A. Voltz
Are All-Electric Platforms Viable In The Gulf Of Mexico? CONSULTANT                Stan C. Beaver
                                                                       Mustang Engineering LP  USER     BP America, Inc.
            2002-16         REFINING         N. Of Motors On Inverter Drives
How Design Influences The Temperature RiseStranges MANUFACTURER                    J. H. Dymond         GE Industrial Systems
                                                                       GE Industrial Systems MANUFACTURER
            2002-17
A Motor Primer              REFINING         Gary Donner USER          Equilon     Bryan Oakes          Reliance
                                                                                               MANUFACTURER Electric
            2002-18         REFINING         George Brady USER         Syncrude CanadaThrockmorton Syncrude Canada Ltd.
                                                                                   Mark Ltd. USER
Lighting And Control "Advancements" For Hazardous (Classified) Areas In industrial Facilities
             With On-Line Partial Discharge James E.As A MANUFACTURER Maintenance For Medium Voltage (MV) Switchge
Experience2002-19           TRANSPORTATION    Analysis Smith Tool For Predictive
                                                                       Cutler-Hammer Paoletti
                                                                                   Gabe                 Cutler-Hammer
                                                                                               MANUFACTURER
            2002-20         TRANSPORTATION D. Thyristor
                                             Harold
Switched Capacitors Control Feeder Regulation With Hagerty MotorBenshaw Inc.
                                                            MANUFACTURERStarter                MANUFACTURER Inc.
                                                                                   Walter G. Barie      Benshaw
            2002-21         TRANSPORTATION   William R. Finley
                                                            MANUFACTURER Energy M. Hodowanec Siemens Energy & Auto
                                                                       Siemens                 MANUFACTURER
Understanding Electrical And Mechanical Tests Performed On Induction Motors Mark& Automation, Inc.
            2002-22         CHEMICAL
Switchracks In Hazardous Locations           Donald G. Dunn, MichaelEquistar Chemicals
                                                            USER        Toney      John Gardner         Appleton/EGS
                                                                                               MANUFACTURER
            2002-23         CHEMICAL         Frank DeWinter
Medium Voltage Drives: Are Isolation Transformers Required?            Rockwell Navid Zargari           Rockwell
                                                            MANUFACTURER Automation MANUFACTURER Automation
            2002-24         CHEMICAL
Industrial Electric Power Systems Operating Competency USER
                                             Charles D. Whelan
                                                             - A Looming Crisis CompanyAeiker
                                                                       DuPont      John        USER     DuPont Company
            2002-25         PRODUCTION Chet Sandberg
Analysis For Arctic Valve Heat Tracing Requirements                    Tyco Thermal Controls USER
                                                            MANUFACTURER           Roy M. King          Phillips Alaska, Inc.
            Selective       PRODUCTION Roy E. Cosse MANUFACTURER       Powell Electrical E. Bowen
                                                                                   James
Secondary 2002-26 System Resifual Bus Transfer - A Modern Application Approach Mfg. Co.                 Powell Electrical Mfg. C
                                                                                               MANUFACTURER
            2002-27         PRODUCTION Alfred O. HP TEAAC              Saudi Aramco
Performance Under Design And Test Of The 20,500 VoukUSER Synchronous Motors For The Shaybah Project In The Rub-Al-
            2002-28         REFINING         Burt Zhang MANUFACTURER Automation MANUFACTURER Automation
                                                                       Rockwell David Driscoll
Construction And Testing Of A 1,000 HP High-Temperature Superconducting Motor                           Rockwell


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             2002-29          REFINING         Dr. Yehia El-Ibiary
                                                              MANUFACTURER The Purpose
                                                                         Rockwell
An Accurate Low Cost Method For Determining Electric Motors' Efficiency For Automation Of Plant Energy Management
             2002-30          Harmonic         John P. Nelson CONSULTANTElectric
                                                                         NEI
A Better Understanding Of REFININGDistortion In The Petrochemical Industry Power Engineering
             2002-31          TRANSPORTATION   Terrence Hazel MANUFACTURER
                                                                         Schneider Alain
Designing Prefabricated Substation Buildings According To GOST Standards ElectricNorris           CONSULTANTSofresid
             2002-32          TRANSPORTATION   Timothy Trumbo
42 KV Compressor Motor For Air Separation Plant In Sweden                ABB Inc.     Christer Sundstrom Linde AG
               Protection And TRANSPORTATION M. Hodowanec
Motor Field2002-33             Recommended Mark                                       William R. Finley
                                               Settings And Monitoring Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.    Siemens Energy & Auto
             2002-34          SAFETY
A Summary Of Arc Plash Energy Calculations     Daniel R. Doan USER       DuPont                   USER
                                                                                      Ronald A. Sweigart DuPont
             2002-35          SAFETY           George D. Gregory
                                                              MANUFACTURERD Company
Arc Flash Energy Limitations Using Low-Voltage Circuit Breakers          Square                             Square
                                                                                      Ian Lyttle MANUFACTURERD Company
              Practices       SAFETY           David Kosc USER
Grounding 2002-36 - A System-Wide, Systematic Approach                                Paul S. Hamer
                                                                         Syncrude Canada Ltd. USER          ChevronTexaco Energy
             2002-37                           Frank Lienesch ESEARCH/OTHER Clife Hermanowski Cooper Crouse-Hinds C
                                                              R          Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)
Panel Discussion - Converter-Fed Motors For Use In Potentially Explosive Atmospheres              MANUFACTURER
             2002-38                            A Comparative CONSULTANT Of NEC Articles 500M. USER
                                                                                      Francis & Stone
                                                                                                  Co., Inc. Shell Exploration and Pr
Panel Discussion - Zones Versus Divisions:David R. StewartAnalysis Waldemar S. Nelson and 505 Equipment And Wiring Meth
             2002-39                           Dr. Klaus de Haas
Panel Discussion - Cost Saving Practies For MaintenanceUSER              BASF AG Plants Using Newest Installation
                                                                                                  USER
                                                               In European ChemicalDr. Heribert Oberhem Bayer AG Techniques
             2003-01          GENERAL           Arc-Flash Hazard Calculations Co. George D. MANUFACTURERD. Company
Development Of The Guide For PerformingDaniel Doan USER                  DuPont                   Gregory Square
             2003-02          GENERAL          John P. Nelson CONSULTANTElectric Power Engineering, Inc.
The Grounding Of Power Systems Above 600 Volts: A Practical View Point   NEI
             2003-03          GENERAL          Donald W. Zipse           Zipse Stray Currents
The Hazardous Multigrounded Neutral Distribution System And DangerousElectrical Engineering, Inc.
             2003-04           Lightning       John M. Tobias
The Basis Of ConventionalGENERALProtection Systems                       U. S. Army Communications - Electronics Command
             2003-05          GENERAL          Locations
Three Critical, Must Win Issues For Class I Robert L. Seitz              ASRC         Paul S. Babiarz       Cooper
                                                              CONSULTANT Energy ServicesMANUFACTURERCrouse-Hinds
             2003-06
IEEE 1349-2001 Guide ForGENERAL                 Of Electric Motors
                                                              CONSULTANT Padden Engineering, LLC (Classified) Locations
                                                                                       2 Hazaardous
                               The ApplicationLorraine K. PaddenIn Class I Division Rick Bried USER         Shell Pipeline Co. LP
             2003-07          PRODUCTION Stephen Pauli USER              Bayer Polymers
                                                                                      Baldur Krahl          Square
A Guide To Specifying, Justifying & Installing Substation Monitoring And Control Systems MANUFACTURERD/Schneider Ele
             2003-08          PRODUCTION Roy E. Cosse,MANUFACTURER
Smart Industrial Substations - A Modern Intregrated Approach   Jr.                    James E. Bowen
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER
                                                                         Powell Electrical Mfg. Co.         Powell Electrical Mfg. C
             2003-09          PRODUCTION Chun Ty (Shawn) Lav  MANUFACTURER Power T&D,Staley
Practical Design Considerations For Application Of GIS MV Switchgear     Siemens                  USER
                                                                                      David B. Inc.         Amgen Corp.
             2003-10           In IEEE Motor And Generataor Windina Insulation Diagnostic Testing Standards
Recent Important ChangesCHEMICAL                                         Iris Power
                                               Greg C. StoneMANUFACTURER Engineering
             2003-11          CHEMICAL         Jerry Avey     MANUFACTURERAnd Operation
                                                                                      Becky Lobitz
Effects Of Specification Requirements On Induction Machine DesignTECO-Westinghouse USER                     Shell Norco
             2003-12
IEEE 841 Motor Vibration CHEMICAL              Dennis Bogh MANUFACTURER               Jim Crowell
                                                                         GE Industrial Systems MANUFACTURER GE Industrial Systems
             2003-13           And IEC Requirements For
                                               Eddie
Comparison Of ANSI/IEEEELECTROCHEMICAL WilkieLow-voltage Switchgear      Eaton Cutler-Hammer
             2003-14          ELECTROCHEMICAL H. Galloway
                                               James
A Comparison Of Single Way And Double Way Rectifier Circuits             J. H.
                                                              CONSULTANT Galloway & Associates
             2003-15          ELECTROCHEMICAL  Tony HoevenaarsCONSULTANT International Inc. MANUFACTURER International Co
                                                                         Mirus
Interpreting IEEE Std 519 And Meeting Its Harmonic Limits In VFD Applications Kurt LeDoux                   Toshiba
             2003-16
A Motor Primer Part 4         REFINING                                   Reliance     Gary
                                               Bryan Oakes MANUFACTURER Electric Donner           USER      Shell - Los Angeles Ref
             2003-17          REFINING         Charlie Adams  USER
Utility Interconnection And Plant Distribution Proteciton Modernization               Jon Steinmetz
                                                                         Marathon Oil CompanyMANUFACTURER   Schweitzer Engineering
              Of And          REFINING         Timothy Wayne Paschall Reliance Electric
                                                              MANUFACTURER
Application2003-18 Improvements In Motors Using Oil Mist Lubricated Bearings Paul A. Gaynor       USER      ExxonMobil Research &
             Of Surge         TRANSPORTATION Dymond MANUFACTURER
                                               J. H.                     GE           M.K.W. Stranges
The Effect 2003-19 Testing On Voltage Endurance Life Of Stator Coils Industrial Systems MANUFACTURER        GE Industrial Systems
             2003-20          TRANSPORTATION   Raymond Catlett
Customer Advantages Of Three-Cycle Breaker Applications       CONSULTANT Inc.
                                                                         ABB                      USER
                                                                                      John Anderson         Westar Energy
              Of Controls To TRANSPORTATION When Single Phase Power Is TheCo. LP
Application2003-21                             Keithtrik Knighten
                              Remote Block Valves             USER       Shell Pipeline Only Option
             2003-22          CHEMICAL         Jon Malinowski
Advances In Construction Techniques Of AC Induction Motors Preparation For SuperMcCormick Efficiency Levels
                                                              MANUFACTURER
                                                                         Baldor Electric Company  MANUFACTURER
                                                                                      Jim - Premium         Baldor Electric Compan
             2003-23          CHEMICAL         Ketut Ratio For Breaker Evaluation Conrad St. CONSULTANT
                                                              C          Power
Proposed Methods To Determine Fault Point X/RDartawan ONSULTANT Technologies, Inc.                Pierre    Electric Power Consulta
              Generation: The New Guy On The Block
Distributed 2003-24                            Roger Lawrence            RGL
                                                              CONSULTANT Solutions                USER
                                                                                      Stephen Middlekauff Progress Energy
             2003-25          PRODUCTION Richard Bono CONSULTANT
Analyzing Reliability, A Simple Yet Rigorous Approach                    Fluor                    CONSULTANT
                                                                                      Robert Alexander      Jacobs
             2003-26           Grounding                                 PM&D
Electric Submersible PumpPRODUCTION T. R. Brinner CONSULTANT Engineeriing, Inc.                             Deans,
                                                                                      J.D. AtkinsMANUFACTURERInc.
             2003-27          PRODUCTION David Shipp Quality And Load Limitations Problems In The Boscan Oil Field
Power Systems Study Solutions Solving Lightning, Power MANUFACTURER                   Jim
                                                                         Cutler-Hammer Sheppard             Cutler-Hammer
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURER
             2003-28          REFINING         Marcelo E. Valdes
                                                              MANUFACTURER In Indrajit Purkayastha General Electric Compa
                                                                          Breakers Low-Voltage Switchgear
The Single-Processor Concept For Protection And Control Of Circuit General Electric Company       MANUFACTURER
              global Hazardous Location Methodologies AndUSER
Integrating 2003-29           REFINING                                   Shell A Large Capital
                                                                                      Marty ColeMANUFACTURER Canada Inc.
                                               Rob Roberton Technologies InCanada Limited Project           Hubbell
             2003-30          REFINING
Design, Building, Testing And Commissioning Of AJ. McClurg
                                               James Large MANUFACTURERMachineryWylie Levels 50% Of API 541
                                                              4 Pole Induction Motor Craig
                                                                         Electric      To vibration         Electric
                                                                                                  MANUFACTURERMachinery
             2003-31          TRANSPORTATION Ellis
                                               Robert          Booster Station Adjustable GuidryCONSULTANT
                                                                         Rockwell Bob Frequency Drive Consultant's Plus
Power Quality Concerns/Solutions On A 2500 HP PipelineMANUFACTURER Automation
             2003-32          TRANSPORTATION A. Durham
                                               Robert         Structures D2 Tech Solutions, Inc.CONSULTANT
Corrosion Impact Of Cathodic Protection On Surrounding CONSULTANT                     Marcus O. Durham THEWAY Corp.
             2003-33          TRANSPORTATION M. Hodowanec
                                               Mark
Introduction To API Standard 541, 4th Edition - Form-Wound Squirrel Cage Induction Motors - Larger Than 500 Texaco
                                                              MANUFACTURER Energy & Automation
                                                                         Siemens      Michael Costello
                                                                                                  USER      Chevron Horsepower
             2003-34          SAFETY           Kim                       Thermon Brent Hancharyk
The Value Of Electrical Incident Case Histories EastwoodMANUFACTURER Industries                   USER      The Dow Chemical Com
             2003-35          SAFETY           Robert L. Huddleston, Jr. Eastman Chemical RayCONSULTANT Consulting
A Second Set Of Eyes - The Benefits Of A Third party Audit    USER                                 Crow
                                                                                      Daryld Company        DRC
             2003-36          SAFETY           Daniel R. Doan
Comparison Of Methods For Selecting Personal protective Equipment For Arc FlashLandis Floyd
                                                              USER       DuPont       H. Hazards  USER      DuPont
             2003-37          As It Relates To Giovanni Hummel Borges do BrasilPaul Kelly RESEARCH/OTHER Laboratori
Global Regulatory Climate INTERNATIONAL                       RESEARCH/OTHER
                                                                         UL
                                               Explosion-Protected Equipment                                Underwriters
             2003-38          INTERNATIONAL    Peter
Swiss Chemical Industry Installations In China Thurnherr                 thuba Ltd. Xu Jianping
                                                              MANUFACTURER                                  NEPSI
                                                                                                  RESEARCH/OTHER
             2003-39          INTERNATIONAL    Nonincendive Systems UnderwritersGiovanni Hummel Borgesdo Brasil Ltda
                                                              RESEARCH/OTHER Laboratories Inc.
Global Installation Of Intrinsically Safe And Benjamin Schaefer                                             UL
                                                                                                  RESEARCH/OTHER
             2003-40          MARINE INDUSTRY Stewart CONSULTANT Consulting Stone SER
                                               H.R.                      HRS          Frank
Panel Discussion Of IEEE45-2002 IEEE Recommended Practice For Electrical Installation On ShipboardU         Shell Exporation/Produc
             2004-01                           Marcus Durham
DATA QUALITY AND GROUNDING CONSIDERATIONS IN A MIXED-USE FACILITY Durham              Robert


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            2004-02
THE DANGERS OF PROCESS SEALS                 Paul S. Babiarz                   Vince Rowe
            2004-03                          Hansueli STEAM                    Carlos Bondoni
INCREASE COMPETITIVE LEVEL BY REPLACING Krattiger TURBINES WITH ELECTRIC ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE SYS
            2004-04                          G. Erich Heberlein, Jr.           Daniel Doan
PACKAGING OF VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES IN LOW VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROL GEAR
             AND CONCERNS WITH NEC ARTICLE 501.1 IN REFERENCE TO ZONE 2 LIGHTING IN DIVISION 2 AREAS
BENEFITS2004-05                              Michael Haley                     Richard Mendler
            2004-06                          Charles J Mozina P.E.
UPGRADING THE PROTECTION AND GROUNDING OF GENERATORS AT PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL FACILITIES
            2004-07                          THE GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL GROUNDING SYSTEM
THE FUNCTION AND COMPOSITION OF J.R. Dunki-Jacobs                              Conrad St. Pierre
APPLICATION OF THE DUPLEX REACTOR – AN UNUSUAL AND FORGOTTEN TECHNIQUE TO REDUCE SHORT CIRCU
            2004-08                          Paul Hamer
            2004-09
OBJECTIVE BASED INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL CODE   Tim Driscoll                      Marty Cole
            2004-10                          Dilermando A.R. Lopez             Edmundo G. POWER
MAINTAINING THE CONTINUITY OF PROCESS OPERATIONS AFTER VOLTAGE SAG ORde Jesus INTERRUPTION
            2004-11
MOTOR BUS TRANSFER: CONSIDERATIONS & METHODS Thomas R. Beckwith                Wayne G. Hartmann
             DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM COORDINATED?
IS MY UPS2004-12                             Roy Cosse Jr.                     Donald G. Dunn
UPGRADING RECTIFIER SYSTEMS – HERE’S HOW TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY, INCREASE RELIABILITY AND REDUCE
            2004-13                          Joseph Frisch                     Shripad Tambe
             WASTE                           Paul Buddingh                     Vince Scaini
UTILIZING2004-14 HYDROGEN FOR ENERGY RECOVERY USING FUEL CELLS AND ASSOCIATED TECHNOLOGY
            2004-15                          Michael Melfi
LOW VOLTAGE PWM INVERTER-FED MOTOR INSULATION ISSUES
CABLE CLEATS – A GLOBAL TECHNIQUE TO PROTECT THREE-PHASE SINGLE CONDUCTOR CABLES DURING SHOR
            2004-16                          Charles Darnell                   Maurice Bacon
            2004-17                          John Nelson
THE GROUNDING OF MARINE POWER SYSTEMS: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS Burns            Dave
            2004-18                          Terry Ericksen
POWER ELECTRONICS AND FUTURE MARINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS                         Yuri Khersonsky
            2004-19                          Douglas THROUGH THE USE OF CAD MODELING
INPROVED ELECTRICAL DESIGN CAPABILITIES Brooks                                 Michael Puckett
            2004-20                          Barry Trenholm
FPSO ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: CHALLENGES AND LESSONS LEARNED
            2004-21                          George Seggewiss                  Richard Paes
APPLICATIONS OF MEDIUM VOLTAGE AND ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES ON GENERATOR FED SUPPLIES
                                                                               Gabe 541 AND
PETROCHEMICAL STANDARDS – A COMPARISON BETWEEN IEEE 841-2001, API D’Alleva API 547
            2004-22                          John Malinowski
            2004-23                          Joe Hillhouse
AN EVALUATION OF TEFC VS WPII MOTORS IN HARSH PETROCHEMICAL APPLICATIONS       J.W. Hodson
MEDIUM VOLTAGE REDUCED VOLTAGEArthur Smith
            2004-24                                                            Lawrence – EXPLAINING THE UNEXPLAINE
                                              AUTOTRANSFORMER STARTER FAILURES Farr
            2004-25                          Gabriel Paoletti
MAINTENANCE PRIORITIZATION TO ACHIEVE COST SAVINGS                             Mamnoon Jamil
            SYSTEM                           Roger
600 VOLT 2004-26 VOLTAGE OPTIMIZATION Lawrence
            2004-27                          Dennis LOW
PARTIAL DISCHARGE INCEPTION TESTING ONBogh VOLTAGE MOTORS Jeff Coffee
            2004-28                          Donald Voltz                      Gerald Banks, Jr.
ARE THERE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH TESTING TURBINE-GENERATOR SETS PRIOR TO ACCEPTANCE? "MR. MURP
            2004-29
ACHIEVING OPTIMIZED PERFORMANCERichard Hulett                                  Roy Barth
                                              IN FROST HEAVE PROTECTION SYSTEMS FOR CRYOGENIC STORAGE VES
            LOAD FRIENDLY DRIVE SOLUTIONS FOR LONG LENGTH CABLE Steve Breit
LINE AND 2004-30                             Gary Skibinski                     APPLICATIONS IN ELECTRICAL SUBMERS
            2004-31
MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR Whelan   Charles                           Jim Kelly
            2004-32                          Richard DIV
APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS FOR CLASS 1 Paes2 INVERTER FED MOTOR Driscoll       Tim
            2004-33                          Barry Wood                        Cecil King
TEN YEARS OF OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH A 15,000 HP, 6,000 R/MIN ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE SYSTEM
                                             Miles MUCH
OVERLOAD FOR ASD APPLICATIONS – HOW Griggs IS REQUIRED?
            2004-34                                                            Gregory Hartzo
EQUIVALENT LOAD TEST FOR LARGE INDUCTION MACHINES – THE THREE STEPTurner
            2004-35                          Javier Portos                     Sandra METHOD
            2004-36                          James Beres
CONTROLLING SKIN EFFECT HEAT TRACED LIQUID SULFUR PIPELINES WITH FIBER OPTICS  William McMechen
            2004-37
REFOCUSING ELECTRICAL SAFETY                 Danny Liggett
            2004-38                          Larry Bruehler                     FLASH ENERGY
DESIGNING, OPERATING, AND MAINTENANCE STRATEGIES TO LIMIT ARCPatrick Chmura EXPOSURE
             ARCING
ELECTRIC2004-39 BURN HAZARD                  Anthony Stokes                    David Sweeting
            2004-40                          MAINTENANCE                       Isabelle Condamin
FACILITATING PLANT OPERATION AND Terence Hazel USING AN ELECTRICAL NETWORK MONITORING AND CONTR
            2004-41                          K. Radjabli                       K. Buruncuk
STUDIES AND INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS FOR OIL FIELD PUMPS A SPECIAL BRUSHLESS SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
            PRACTICES AND APPLICATIONS USE OF HID AND FLUORESCENT LIGHT IN HAZARDOUS AREAS
LIGHTING 2004-42                             René Ouëndag                      Rainer Eglinsky
            2005-01                          Travis Griffith                   Gabe
Div 2 / Zone 2 Auxiliary Devices - Understanding Global Hazardous Area RequirementsD'Alleva
            2005-02                          Danny Liggett
Installing Control Circuits Per The National Electrical Code                   Richard Holab
            2005-03                          Roberval
Safety At Work In Hazardous (Classified) Locations Bulgarelli                  Estellito Rangel Jr.
            2005-04                          Robert Wilson
Field Experience Using A Microprocessor Relay To Protect A 14,000 Hp Motor Paul Gaynor
            Lighting
Hazardous2005-05 - From Safety To Savings    Robert Potter                     Donna Lee Hodgson
            2005-06                          Robert
Electrical Design Guide For Zone Classified Areas Seitz
            2005-07                          John Propst
Applying The Api Alternate Method For Area Classification                      Louis Barrios
            Ground                           Marcelo Valdes                     The Single-Processor Concept For Circuit Pr
Locating A 2005-08 Fault In Low Voltage High-Resistance Grounded Systems ViaThomas Papallo
            2005-09
A Motor Primer - Part 5                      Bryan Oakes                       Gary Donner
            2005-10                          Rick Co-Generation For The Real Time Protection Of Critical Loads During Utility O
Load Preservation Systems At Facilities UtilizingHofstetter                    Mateo San Miguel
            2005-11                          Ian Culbert                       Wendell Rhodes
Using Current Signature Analysis Technology To Reliably Detect Cage Winding Defects In Squirrel Cage Induction Motors


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            2005-12                        Nicholas Rafferty                      Peter Baen
Considerations For Application Of Mineral Insulated Electrical Resistance Heating Cables
             System                        Christopher Melhorn                    Ashok Sundaram
Distribution2005-13 Power Quality Assessment: Phase Ii: Voltage Sag And Interruption Analysis
            2005-14                        Klaus Bohnert
Highly Accurate Fiber-Optic Dc Current Sensor For The Electro-Winning IndustryHubert Brandle
             Failures                      James Galloway
Cascading 2005-15 In Large Rectifiers Or The Myth Of N-1
             Of Connecting Shipboard Marine Systems To Medium Voltage Shoreside Electrical Power
Challenges2005-16                          Yuri Khersonsky                        Moni Islam
            2005-17                        Don Hoy
Heating Systems For Gravity Based Offshore Lng Tanks Concrete Structures          Franco Chakkalakal
            2005-18                        Kevin Logan
Intelligent Diagnostics Requirements Of Future All Electric Ship Integrated Power Systems
            2005-19                        Kostas Samaras
Electrical Surge Protection Devices For Industrial Facilities - A Tutorial Review Chris Salmas
            2005-20                        Arne Nysveen                           Harald Kulbotten
Direct Electrical Heating Of Subsea Pipelines Technology Development And Operating Experience
            2005-21                        Marcus Durham
Submersible Cable Standards, History Newly Revised                                Robert Durham
            2005-22                        Charles Yung
Opportunities To Improve Reliability And Efficiency Of Existing Medium Voltage Electric Motors
             Cooled                          That Last
Building Air2005-23 Heat Exchanger MotorsJoseph Hillhouse                         Kenny Helton
            2005-24
Induction Motor Starting Methods And IssuesJohn Larabee                           Brian Pellegrino
            2005-25                         Distribution Equipment
On-Line Temperature Monitoring Of Power Bella Chudnovsky                          Boris Bukengolts
            2005-26                        Madu Induction                         Robert Krusemark
Recommendations For Design And Protection Of Moorthy Motors For Extruder Applications
            2005-27                        Robert Hanna                            Application
Failure Analysis Of Threee Slow Speed Induction Motors For Reciprocating LoadWinston Hiscock
            2005-28                        Bret
Platform Alarming Through Multiple Agencies Cadmus                                Angelo Accardo
            2005-29                        Timothy Trumbo
Offshore Platform Powered With New Electrical Motor Drive System                  Jan-Olof Lamell
            2005-30                        David Vannoy
Roadmap For Power Quality Standards Development                                   S. Mark Halpin
            2005-31                        Michael
Surface Temperature Test Methods Per IEEE 1349 Bruin                              Daniel Delaney
            2005-32                        Roy Cosse Jr.                          Donald Dunn
Ct Saturation Calculations - Are They Applicable In The Modern World? Part 1, The Question
            2005-33                        Dennis Bogh                            Greg Stone
IEC 60034-18-41: A New Draft Technical Specification For Qualification And Acceptance Tests Of Inverter Duty Motor Insulatio
            2005-34                        And Scada Networks
Industrial Cybersecurity For Power System Adam Creery                             Eric Byres
            2005-35                        James Dymond
Operation On Unbalanced Voltage: One Motor'S Experience And More                  Nick Stranges
            2005-36                        Mark Fanslow                           Larry Farr
Power Factor Control Of Synchronous Motors Powering Large Reciprocating Compressors
            2005-37                        Danny Liggett
Training And Qualifying Your Employees On Electical Safety
            2005-38                        Andrew Leoni                           Jim Bowen
Improving Safety And Reliability Via Cost Effective Upgrades Of Existing Power Systems
            2005-39                        Steven Swencki                         Dave
Electrical Safety, Arc Flash Hazards, And "The Standards" A Comprehensive OverviewRoybal
            2005-40                        Vincent Green                          Mladen Sasic
Summary Of Industry Practices, Guides And Standards Related To On-Line Partial Discharge Monitoring Of Stator Insulation C
            2005-41                        Patrick Leroux
The Operator'S Viewpoint Of The Atex Directive 94/9/Ec - New Regulations And Rules For Explosive Atmospheres In Europe
            2005-42                        Robert Seitz
Comparison Of Zone Classified Electrical Installations In The U.S. And Europe Wolfgang Berner
            2006-01                         Their Impact At
Power System Blackouts - Minimizing Charles Mozina Industrial Co-Generation Facilities
            2006-02                        Kevin Lippert
Applying Low-Voltage Circuit Breakers To Limit Arc Flash Energy                   George Gregory
            2006-03                        Bill Lockley
IEEE Std 1566 - The Need For A Large Adjustable Speed Drive Standard              Frank DeWinter
            2006-04                        Allan Bozek
Cellular Phones In Class I, Division 2/Zone 2 Hazardous Locations                 Marty Cole
            2006-05                        Tim Rahill
Application Of Temperature Ratings For Industrial Electric Induction MotorsHudson Jeff
            2006-06                        Robert Wilkins
Effect Of Insulating Barriers In Arc Flash Testing                                Malcolm Allison
            2006-07                        Austin Bonnett                          Epact And
A Construction, Performance And Reliability Comparison For Pre-Epact,Chuck YungPremium-Efficient Motors
            2006-08                        Reinhard Walter                        Juergen
Next Generation Nema Premium® Motors Substantially Lower Operating Costs F. Fuchsloch
            2006-09                        Bharat Mistry
Which Motor Would You Choose For Your Hazardous Area? Type “N”, “E” Or “P”! Somma Domenic
            2006-10                        Scott Kreitzer
The Effects Of Structural And Localized Resonances On Induction Motor Performance Jason Obermeyer
            2006-11                         Savings In Industrial Applications
Permanent Magnet Motors For Energy Michael Melfi                                  Steve Evon
            2006-12                         Induction Motors                      Applications
Specification And Evaluation Of Large John Mackenzie In High Inertia Ghislain Michaud
            2006-13                        Javier Portos                          Sandra Motors
The Influence Of Axial Magnetic Centering Forces On Sleeve Bearing Induction Turner
            2006-14                         Reduces Core
A New Method For Stator Core Repair Charles Yung Losses And Repair Time
            2006-15                        Dennis Bogh
Some Experiences On Rigid And Flexible Rotors In Induction Motors Driving Flammia Marc Critical Equipment In Petroleum An
              Always
Batteries:2006-16 Expected                 Roger Pocock                           E. Roy Hamilton
            2006-17                        Gary Donner                            The Kimblin
An Introduction To - Ieee Std 1458 - 2005 Recommended Practice For CliveSelection, Field Testing, And Life Ex
            2006-18                        Ali System                             Hong Isolated
On-Line Fast Load Shedding To Maintain Mihrig Stability And Operation For Nguyen Oil Field Power System
            2006-19                         Zero Sequence
Effect Of Cable Geometry On Induced Gary Skibinski Ground Currents Robert Brown   With High Power Converters
            2006-20                        Shripad – Needs
Upgrading Outdated Rectifier Control SystemsTambe And ChallengesPaul Koester



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             2006-21                        Kent Givens                           Steven
Fault Tree Analysis Of Two Types Of Electrolytic Cell Line Grounding Devices A. Lapp
             2006-22                        Yuri Khersonsky
Pebb - Power Electronics Building Blocks From Concept To Reality                  Terry Ericsen
             Bus Pipe                       Moni Islam
Insulated 2006-23 (Ibp) For Shipboard Application                                 Charles Smith
             2006-24                        Donald Voltz                          Rudy Bright
Review Of Wire And Cable Applications, Practices And Installations On Offshore Floating Oil And Gas Platforms
             2006-25                        Bryan Evans
The Impact Of Different Manufacturers' Oils On Electric Motor Energy Consumption  John Gobert
             2006-26                        John I, Div. 1                        2 Hazardous
Purged And Pressurized Systems For Class Gardner & 2, And Zone 1 & Fred Dixon Locations
             2006-27                        William L. Taylor
An Overview Of Cold Applied Technology For Medium Voltage Cable Accessories       Joe Whitehouse
             2006-28                        Rick Using Layer Of Protection Analysis
Analysis Of Electrical System EffectivenessMendler                                Gary Osborne
             2006-29
Optimizing Motor Thermal Models             Stanley Zocholl
             2006-30                        Dean Ruiz
Design, Startup, And Commissioning Of A 230Kv-13.8kV Substation Paul Gaynor
             2006-31                        Rich Schiferl                         Alan Flory
High Temperature Superconducting Synchronous Motors: Economic Issues For Industrial Applications
             2006-32                         After Hurricane Katrina Without Utility Power
Re-Energizing Pipeline Pump Stations John Kilgore                                 Arthur Neubauer
             2006-33                        Will In Class
Testing For Application Of Motors On Asds McBride 1, Division 2 Locations         Robert Ellis
             2006-34                        Klaus Ahrens
Unique Solutions Developed For The Hammerfest Lng-Project                         Dr. Horst Kummlee
             2006-35                        T. A. Gallant
Large Cage Induction Motors For Offshore Machinery Drive Applications M. Andrews  K.
             2006-36                        William Bolin
Operations Of Multistage Surface Pumping Systems
              Lighting                      Tim Driscoll
Industrial2006-37 Safety, „Can You See The Problem‟                               George Brady
              Electrical
Trends In 2006-38 Injury, 1992-2002         James C. Cawley                       Gerald T. Homce
             2006-39                         Done
Test Before Touch – Easier Said Than Norman Haggerty                              Kenneth Crawford
             2006-40                        For Multiple Mw
Soft Start/Adjustable Speed Systems Frieder Endrejat Rated Motors                 Pragasen Pillay
             2006-41                        Areas
Saving On Installations In Hazardous Rainer Hillebrand                            Gerhard Schwarz
             2006-42                        David Rains                           Carlos Bavastri
Critical Speed Verification Of 18,000 Hp Adjustable Speed Drive Motors For Offshore Production Applications
             on the Spreadsheet Electrical Reliability Propst, PE
An Update 2007-01                           John E. Model                         Dr. Don O. Koval
             2007-02                        Ravel F. Ammerman                     P.K. Sen, Ph.D.
Arc Flash Hazard Incident Energy Calculations - A Historical Perspective and Comparative Study of the Standards: IEEE 1584
              When Things Go Wrong - An Ethical Solution
What to do2007-03                           Robert A. Durham, PhD, PE             Marcus O. Durham, PhD, PE
             2007-04                        David Murray, P.Eng.
High Resistance Grounding - Avoiding Unnecessary Pitfalls                         John Dickin, P.Eng.
             and Application Considerations of ArcA. Kay, CET
Installation 2007-05                                                              Paul B. Sullivan,
                                            John Resistant Medium Voltage Control Equipment P.E.
             2007-06                        M.K.W. Stranges                       G.C. Inverter
Progress on IEC 60034-18-42 for Qualification of Stator Insulation for Medium-VoltageStone Duty Applications
             2007-07                        Howard Minimizing Their Failures
Understanding Vertical Motor Bearing Systems and Barr                             Austin Bonnett
             2007-08                        on AC Motors                          Russell King
The Influence of Magnetic Retaining Rings Javier Portos for Boosting Torque and Reducing Starting Current
             2007-09                        Daniel R. Doan                        Jeffery S. Fannon
Railroad Tracks as a Potential Source of Ignition in Hazardous (Classified) Locations
             2007-10
A Motor Primer - Part 6                     Gary Donner                           Bryan Oakes
             The Test                       Timothy Paschall
Navigating 2007-11 Requirements Of API 541 4Th Edition                            Gary Donner Bryan Oakes
             Petrochemical Industry Induction Motor Standards
Navigating 2007-12                          Tim Rahill                            Michael Fousha
             2007-13                        William Finley                        William
Advantages Of Using High Efficiency Motors Such As Nema Premium Around The WorldVeerkamp
             2007-14                         Recent Revisions
Sealed Winding Conformance Testing And Meredith StrangesTo Nema Mg-1              Bharat Mistry
             2007-15                        Ed Lebenhaft
Field Evaluation Of Slip Dependent Thermal Model For Motors With High-Inertia Starting
             2007-16                        Daniel Carnovale                      Juan Biternas
Design, Development And Testing Of A Voltage Ride-Thru Solution For Variable Speed Drives In Oil Field Applications
             2007-17                        John Jennings
Reduction Of Arc-Flash Hazards In Low Voltage Motor Control Assemblies            Gary Donner
             Area Lighting, Temperature Considerations, New Protection Methods,Dae Hur
Hazardous2007-18                            Michael King                           Technology And Illumination
             2007-19                        Xiaodong Liang
Transformer Winding Connections For Practical Industrial Applications             William Jackson
             2007-20                         Expansion In A 170 Mw Plant
Multiple Harmonic Filters Over 6 Phases OfBernd Schmidtke
             2007-21                         Paralleled Thyristors Of High CurrentLuis Neira
Effects Of Layout On Current Distribution InRicardo Fuentes                        Rectifiers
             2007-22
Engineering "Total Electric Ship"           Terry Ericsen
             2007-23
State Of Shore Power Standards For ShipsKevin Peterson                            Ben Chavdarian-
Today’S Marine Vessel Require More Electric Power And Higher Voltages Safe Medium Voltage Switchgear Is Needed
             2007-24                        Steven Liggio
             2007-25                        Eddie Guidry                          Whitt National
The Conflicts And Solutions To Complying With The Grounding Revisions Of The 2005Trimble Electrical Code® For Cathodic
             2007-26                        Cassandra Bailey                      Daniel M. Saban
Design Of High-Speed, Direct-Connected, Permanent-Magnet Motors And Generators For The Petrochemical Industry
             2007-27                        William L. Voltage                    Joe
An Overview Of Cold Applied Technology For MediumTaylor Cable Accessories Whitehouse
             2007-28                        Donald The                            Roy Cosse
Ct Saturation Calculations - Are They Applicable In DunnModern World? - Part Ii, Proposed Responsibilities



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           2007-29                         Marcelo Valdes                      Thomas Papallo
Zone Based Protection For Low Voltage Systems; Zone Selective Interlocking, Bus Differential And The Single Processor Conc
           2007-30                         Bruce Broussard
Medium Voltage Cable Predictive Diagnostics Technique                          Gary Hartshorn
           2007-31                         Lawrence B. Farr                    Thomas Farr
Considerations in Medium Voltage Reduced Voltage Motor Starting: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
           2007-32                         Mark DeBlock
Predicting Shaft Proximity Probe Track Runout on API Motors and Generators James McDonnell
           2007-33                         Waqas Arshad                        Christer Danielsson
Rated Starting Performance of Solid Pole Synchronous Motors from Reduced Voltage Factory Tests
           2007-34                         David Stockton                      John Bland
Natural Ester Transformer Fluids: Safety, Reliabilty & Environmental Performance
           2007-35                         Darryl Smith
From Front-End to Final Testing: Detailed Heat Tracing from Plant 3-D Models Peter Baen
           2007-36                         Charles Fialkowski
Innovative New Tools for Automating Safe Charts As Required for API RP 14C
           2007-37                         Peter Thurnherr
Non-Electrical Equipment for Potentially Explosive Atmospheres                 Gerhard Schwarz
           2007-38                         Hartmut Walter
Asyncronous Solid Rotors as High Speed Drives in the MegaWatt Range            Dr. Axel Möhle
           2007-39                          Diviision 2 - Are They the Same?
Large Motors to IEC Zone 2 and NEC/CEC Bharat Mistry                           Travis Griffith
           2007-40                         Daniel Doan
A Summary of Arc Flash Hazard Assessments and Safety Improvements              Chris Bohrer
           2007-41
Hazard / Risk Evaluation - What is it?     Danny Liggett
           2007-42
Human Factors in Electrical Safety         Shahid Jamil                        Mary Capelli
            OF MAINTENANCE PERSONNELJ. CLAES USER
TRAINING 54-01                             A.
                           MANUFACTURING AT SOCONY-VACUUM REFINERY, EAST ST. LOUIS, ILLINOIS
           54-02           MANUFACTURING OIL REFINERIES
SOME FEATURES OF POWER SYSTEMS FORSTEWART  H. M.           USER
PROBLEM54-03               MANUFACTURING GRAHAM
                                           T. E.           USER
            OF POWER SUPPLIERS IN RELATION TO SALES TO OIL INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS
           54-04           MANUFACTURING   J. REFINERIES AND CHEMICAL PLANTSBENJAMIN
LIGHTNING PROTECTION IN PETROLEUM V. CUNDELAN              CONSULTANT          E. C.       CONSULTANT
           54-05           GENERAL         E. R. HOYLE USER                    C. IN ARTICLE
                                                                                           MANUFACTURER
THE BACKGROUND, INTENT, AND APPLICATION OF THE RULES CONTAINED H. BISSEL 500 OF THE NATIONAL ELE
           54-06
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE GENERAL                R. B. WEST MANUFACTURER
                            ON TYPICAL EXPLOSIONPROOF INSTALLATIONS
           54-07           PUMP STATIONS,PLOVANICH SER
DESIGN OF AUTOMATIC TRANSPORTATION                         U
                                           P. PRESSURE CONTROL, SINGLE MOTOR
           54-08            AC MOTORS AND OSCARSON
                                           G. L.           MANUFACTURER
APPLICATION OF LARGETRANSPORTATIONCONTROLS TO REFINERIES AND PIPELINES
            BETWEEN SPEED-TORQUE OF BEJACH AT VARIOUS STARTING INRUSH CURRENT VALUES, AND SPEED
RELATION54-09              TRANSPORTATION  B. MOTORS MANUFACTURER
           54-10           TRANSPORTATION  W. JARZEMBSKI
USE OF RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE IN PETROLEUM INDUSTRY         CONSULTANT
           54-11           TRANSPORTATION NORBERG
                                           H. A.           MANUFACTURER
THE CHOICE AND SELECTION OF AIR OR OIL BREAKERS FOR PIPELINE PUMP STATIONS
           54-12           TRANSPORTATION HYDE MANUFACTURER
                                           M. A.                               W. A. DERR ANUFACTURER
TERMINAL CIRCUITRY FOR REMOTE AND AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF PIPELINE PUMPING STATIONS           M
           54-13           TRANSPORTATION FOR PIPELINE
                                           R. M.           USER
MAINTENANCE CONTROL AND PROCEDURE CULVER, JR PUMPING STATIONS (ELECTRIC)
           54-14           PRODUCTION G. TO PARAFFIN PROBLEMS
USE OF ELECTRIC HEATING IN RELATION A. SMITH USER
           54-15           PRODUCTION REDA SUBMERGED PUMP UNITS
USE OF AND LATE DEVELOPMENTS OF J. CARL                    MANUFACTURER
           54-16           PRODUCTION DRILLING AND/OR CORE TAKING
USE OF ELECTRODRILL FOR OIL WELL T. SUTTON MANUFACTURER
           54-17           PRODUCTION J. R. HATFIELD       USER                F. IN BEACH USER
ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF USING ELECTRIC POWER FOR WATER FLOODING W. SECONDARY RECOVERY OF OIL PRO
            EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE COSTS, MOTOR CONTROL FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR APPLICATION
ELECTRIC54-18              PRODUCTION T. L. SCOTT USER
           54-19           PRODUCTION B. LEASE ELECTRIFICATION
DESIGN OF DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS FORL. MOORE USER                                C. H. ECKEL USER
CURRENT55-01               GENERAL          AREAS FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
            PRACTICES IN CLASSIFYING L. M. GOLDSMITH       USER
           55-02           GENERAL          WITH MAJOR ELECTRIC DRIVES
POWER SYSTEMS FOR NEW REFINERYN. A. AUSTIN USER
           55-03           MANUFACTURING
MODERN PROTECTIVE RELAYING FOR W. C. WOODS                 MANUFACTURER
                                           REFINERY ELECTRIC SYSTEMS
           55-04           MANUFACTURINGPETROLEUM
                                           D.
SYSTEM NEUTRAL GROUNDING FOR THE S. BRERETONINDUSTRY       MANUFACTURER        H. N. HICKOKMANUFACTURER
           55-05           MANUFACTURINGE. HIGHFILL
                                           W.              USER
34.5 KV STATION-TYPE CUBICLE SWITCHGEAR IN A PETROLEUM REFINERY
           55-06           MANUFACTURING EDDY USER
                                           L. B.
MOTOR STARTER PROBLEMS IN A PETROLEUM REFINERY
           55-07           MANUFACTURING RENDERMANUFACTURER
                                           T. J.
HIGH-VOLTAGE MOTOR CONTROLLERS FOR THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
           IN A            MANUFACTURING
LIGHTING 55-08PETROLEUM REFINERY B. E. GILMANUSER
           55-09           MANUFACTURING McILVEENE
INSULATED CABLES AND THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRYE. E.           MANUFACTURER
           55-10           MANUFACTURING CRAWFORD
                                           B. E.           USER
INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF 13.8 KV GAS-FILLED CABLE INSTALLATION USER     J. A. DARDEN
            POWER IN MODERN GASOLINEA. NOSER CONSULTANT
ELECTRIC55-11              PRODUCTION E. PLANT CONSTRUCTION
           55-12           PRODUCTION J. R. STREETRESEARCH/OTHER
AN ATTEMPT TO REDUCE GLARE DURING NIGHT OPERATIONS ON A DRILLING RIG
           55-13           PRODUCTION R. K. PUMPING
MOTOR-SWITCHED CAPACITORS FOR BEAMOWEN USER
           55-14           PRODUCTION E. KNOX              CONSULTANT
A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEMS OF OIL-WELL DRILLING IN URBAN AREAS E. HOGWOOD, JR  E.          MANUFACTURER
           55-15           ELECTRIC DRIVES TO DRILLING RIGS
NEW APPLICATIONS OF PRODUCTION G. W. WEBB MANUFACTURER
            WIRING OF DRILLING BARGES AND OFF-SHORE STRUCTURES
ELECTRIC55-16              PRODUCTION H. S. McINTOSH       MANUFACTURER
           55-17           TRANSPORTATION ARNOLDUSER
                                           J. C.
MAINTENANCE OF GAS TURBINE EQUIPMENT IN NATURAL GAS PUMPING STATIONS
           55-18            OF STANDARDV. G.
SPECIAL APPLICATIONS TRANSPORTATION MURDOCK                MANUFACTURER
                                            SWITCHGEAR FOR PIPELINE SUBSTATIONS
           55-19           TRANSPORTATION NEEF, JR
NEW HORIZONS IN GAUGING AND SAMPLING       F. E.           MANUFACTURER


                                                  Page 7
                                    PCICPAPR_new.txt


          55-20       TRANSPORTATION STATIONS
                                  C. S.
AUTOMATIC OPERATION OF PIPELINE PUMPWILLIAMS  USER
          STATUS OF REMOTELY OPERATED PUMPING STATIONS
PRESENT 55-21                     E. B.
                      TRANSPORTATION TURNER   MANUFACTURER
          55-22       TRANSPORTATION
                                  R. FOR CONTROLLING PUMPING STATION AUTOMATICALLY
MODERNIZED AND SIMPLIFIED METHODS D. THOMPSON CONSULTANT                  CONSULTANT
                                                                T. H. PUCKETT
          55-23       TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
                                  P. K.
TIME CODE CONTROL AND DATA HANDLINGECKHARDT   MANUFACTURER
          55-24       TRANSPORTATION PROVOST
                                  P. J.       MANUFACTURER
PROTECTIVE INSTRUMENTS AND THEIR SAFETY FUNCTIONS FOR TODAY'S PIPELINES
          56-01       MANUFACTURING KRYDER
                                  P. A.       MANUFACTURER
ADVANTAGES OF SILICONE RUBBER INSULATION FOR LARGE MOTORS AND GENERATORS
          56-02       PRODUCTION W. E. WITHERS
A SIMPLIFIED DIESEL-ELECTRIC LAND DRILLING RIGUSER
           POWER ANALYSIS FOR PRODUCTS PIPELINE TERMINALS
ELECTRIC56-03                     A. E.
                      TRANSPORTATION WHITESIDEUSER
          56-04        PRIVATELY GENERATED POWER
                                  W. H.
PURCHASED POWER VSTRANSPORTATION STUEVE       CONSULTANT
          56-05       PRODUCTION F. W. BEACH
SIZING ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR OIL WELL PUMPINGUSER
          56-07       PRODUCTION C. A. VOLT ELECTRIC PUMPING POWER
                                              U
ONE OIL COMPANY'S EXPERIENCE WITH 762BINGHAMSER
          56-08       PRODUCTION C. H. ECKEL
ANTI-MOISTURE SEALING OF CLASS "A" WINDING USER
          56-09       MANUFACTURING DESIGNCONSULTANT
                                  E. C.        AND
ADEQUATE AND ECONOMICAL ELECTRICAL BENJAMIN APPLICATION IN REFINERIES
          56-10       MANUFACTURINGH. EDMUNDS
                                  W.          MANUFACTURER
NEW HIGH INTERRUPTING CAPACITY MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKER
          56-11       MANUFACTURING CARLSON
                                  C. L.       MANUFACTURER
APPLICATION OF ALUMINUM IN METAL ENCLOSED SWITCHGEAR                      MANUFACTURER
                                                                R. H. RUTTER
          56-12        PROPER APPLICATION OF INSULATED ALUMINUM WIRE AND CABLE
                                  H. R.
ADEQUATE DESIGN ANDMANUFACTURING STODDARD     MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                R. E. GROSS
          56-13       MANUFACTURING STANLEY
                                  L. F.
TWO-WAY RADIO SYSTEM IN A PETROLEUM REFINERY  USER                        USER
                                                                E. C. WILLIAMS
          56-14       INSTITUTE STANDARD RP-500 IN RELATION TO
                                  C. M.
AMERICAN PETROLEUM MANUFACTURING PARK RESEARCH/OTHER THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
          56-19       MANUFACTURING
                                  J. FOR REFINERIES
                                              MANUFACTURER
TRENDS IN SWITCHGEAR APPLICATIONS R. DUNKI-JACOBS                         MANUFACTURER
                                                                D. S. BRERETON
          56-27       MANUFACTURING
                                  E. TALLEY USER
NON-EXPLOSION PROOF MOTORS IN REFINING AREAS
          56-31       MANUFACTURINGIN PETROLEUM REFINERIES A. D. MUSTILLO
                                  J.
PREVENTIVE ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCEC. HITT
          56-81       MANUFACTURING HOYLE USER
                                  E. R.
DESIGNING FOR LOCATIONS HAVING GROUP B GASES                              MANUFACTURER
                                                                R. S. NORTHUP
          56-82       PRODUCTION G. A. SMITH SYSTEMS
GROUNDING OF ELECTRIC OIL FIELD DISTRIBUTIONUSER
          INSULATION FOR NEW ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
SILICONE 56-83                    J. F.
                      TRANSPORTATION DEXTERMANUFACTURER
          56-84       TRANSPORTATION
                                  M. AND FUNCTIONS FOR PIPELINE PUMP STATIONS UNDER AUTOMATIC OR
STANDARDIZATION OF DEVICE NUMBERS A. HYDE MANUFACTURER
          56-85       PRODUCTION B. H. HEFNER MANUFACTURER
APPLICATIONS AND CONTROL OF DIRECT CURRENT MACHINES TO DRILLING RIGS
          56-86       ROTOR MOTORS C. A PRODUCTS
                                  W. ON
OPERATION OF WOUND TRANSPORTATION CLARK USER PIPELINE
          56-87       TRANSPORTATION HODTUM
                                  J. B.
EMERGENCY OVERLOADING OF POWER TRANSFORMER    MANUFACTURER
          56-88        AN ELECTRICALN.
                                  J. OPERATOR MANUFACTURER
                                                        MASON-NEILAN
                                                                A. BROTHMAN
                                                                          MANUFACTURER
PROGRESS TO DATE ONTRANSPORTATION MORRELL FOR THROTTLE VALVESREGULATOR MASON-NEILAN REGU
          56-89       TRANSPORTATION JONES USER
                                  F. S.
THE ENGINEER'S RESPONSIBLITY IN AUTOMATION DESIGN
          56-90       TRANSPORTATION HOLT, JR
                                  W. W.
POINTS OF JUSTIFICATION FOR REMOTE CONTROL USER
          56-91       TRANSPORTATION
                                  W. PIPELINE USER
TELEMETERING AS PRACTICED BY SOHIO N. SORENSEN COMPANY
          56-92        AND PRINT-OUT OF PIPELINE INFORMATION
                                  M. T.
DIGITAL TELEMETERINGTRANSPORTATION NIGH USER
          56-93       TRANSPORTATION BADEN USER
                                  A. J.
IN-STATION CONTROL AND EQUIPMENT PROTECTION
          56-94       PRODUCTION G. G. HEBARD USER
EXPERIENCE WITH A SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATIC LEASE CUSTODY TRANSFER OF CRUDE OIL
          56-95       PRODUCTION P. W. TRUMANSER
                                              U
ELECTRICALLY CONTROLLED AUTOMATIC LEASE OPERATION - CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION
          56-96       PRODUCTION F. S. BIRD
AUTOMATIC CONTROL FOR OFF-SHORE OPERATION     USER
          57-01       AN OFFSHORE DRILLING RIG
AN AC APPLICATION TO PRODUCTION G. P. STETSON CONSULTANT
          57-02       TRANSPORTATION FOR GAS
                                  J. R.       USER
AUXILILARY DRIVES AND POWER SOURCESHOFFMAN TURBINE DRIVEN NATURAL GAS PUMPING STATIONS
          57-03        OF INTERMEDIATE GAS TURBINE
                                  P. P.                         A. OF TRANS-ARABIAN PIPELINE COMPAN
FUNCTIONAL FEATURESTRANSPORTATION NIBLEY USER PUMPING UNITS Y. HILLMAN    MANUFACTURER
          57-04       OF THE TIDEWATER DELAWARE REFINERY
                                  G. E.
ELECTRICAL FEATURES MANUFACTURING HARNY CONSULTANT                        CONSULTANT
                                                                R. B. HECKERT
          57-05       PRODUCTION F. W. BEACH USER
LEASE METERING AND LEASE AUTOMATIC CUSTODY TRANSFER WITH POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT METERS
          57-06       PRODUCTION C. J. GRAHAM  OIL FIELDS
LIGHTNING PROTECTION FOR EQUIPMENT USED IN MANUFACTURER
          CONTROLS FOR OPERATIONJ. K. VOLTAGES BETWEEN 600 AND 100 VOLTS
OIL FIELD 57-07       PRODUCTION ON HOWELL    MANUFACTURER
          57-08        SYNCHRONOUS P.
                                  F. MOTORS INUSER
APPLICATION OF LARGETRANSPORTATION GERTZEN GAS TRANSMISSION STATIONS
          57-72       MANUFACTURING BRYAN USER
                                  J. M.
ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION FOR CORROSION-RESISTANT ELECTRICAL MATERIALS
          57-73       MANUFACTURING CROTHERS
                                  J. M.       CONSULTANT
THE ELECTRICAL ENGINEER IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
          57-74       MANUFACTURING EDDY USER
                                  L. B.
THE ECONOMICS AND RELIABILITY OF ELECTRIC MOTORS VS STEAM TURBINES IN OIL REFINERIES
          57-78       PRODUCTION B. H. HEFNER MANUFACTURER
APPLICATION OF DIRECT CURRENT MACHINES TO OIL WELL DRILLING
          57-82       PRODUCTION LAKE MARACAIBO OIL FIELDS
LONG SPAN TRANSMISSION LINES FORR. E. McCOLLUMUSER
          57-83       TRANSPORTATION MOORE USER
                                  F. A.
OPERATION OF FLUID DRIVES IN PIPELINE PUMPING STATIONS
          57-84       MANUFACTURINGO. PROCESS
                                  W.          USER
BASIC LIGHTING FOR PETROLEUM REFININGMASCARO UNITS


                                         Page 8
                                   PCICPAPR_new.txt


         57-84        PRODUCTION J. FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS ON BARGES EMPLOYED IN DRILLING O
                                                USER
CLASSIFICATION OF HAZARDOUS AREAS C. K. MUHLENBERG
         57-86        MANUFACTURING PETERSON
                                   J. F.        CONSULTANT       J. LINDQUIST
                                                                            USER
DEVELOPMENT OF A 75 MVA REFINERY POWER SYSTEM INVOLVING LOCAL GENERATION AND UTILITY SUPPLY
         57-87        TRANSPORTATION SCRUGGS
                                   C. H.        USER             D. L. HOPE
PROTECTION OF TERMINAL LOADING FACILITIES AGAINST STATIC ELECTRICITY USER
         57-89        MANUFACTURING POWER SERVICE
THE INDUSTRIAL USER ANALYZES THE L. W. SWANSON  CONSULTANT       C. W. BOICECONSULTANT
         57-90        TRANSPORTATIONIN PIPELINE MANUFACTURER
TRANSIENT PROTECTION CONDITIONSE. B. TURNER     STATIONS
         57-94        TRANSPORTATION YANNONE
                                   R. A.        MANUFACTURER     F.
ELECTRICAL CONTROL OF GAS TURBINES IN GAS TRANSMISSION SERVICEP. GERTSEN    USER
         58-01        GENERAL      R. A. RAMSEY, JR
                                                MANUFACTURER
STATIC SWITCHING - WHERE IT STANDS TODAY AND WHAT IT PROMISES FOR THE FUTURE
         58-02        MANUFACTURING WISE BY LOGIC STATIC SWITCHING MANUFACTURER
                                   R. A.
INSTANTANEOUS POWER SYSTEM LOAD CONTROL CONSULTANT               F. K. FOX
         58-03        MANUFACTURING IN AN INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTIONJ. VIRGILLO
                                   B.
MAINTAINING RELIABLE RELAY SETTINGSE. CRAWFORD  USER             L. SYSTEM  USER
         58-04        MANUFACTURINGJ. REFINERIES
POWER AND CONTROL CABLES FOR OIL R. DUNKI-JACOBSMANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                 E. R. KERWIN
         58-05        MANUFACTURING EDDY
                                   L. B.        WHICH             MOTOR DRIVER
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
CHARACTERISTICS OF PUMPS AND COMPRESSORSUSER AFFECT THE H. A. WIEGAND UNDER TRANSIENT CON
          AND         MANUFACTURING BRUCKLACHER
                                   E. R.        MANUFACTURER     A. H. KNABLE
CONTROL58-06 PROTECTION OF LARGE REFINERY MOTORS WITH METAL-CLAD SWITCHGEAR MANUFACTURER
         58-07         13.2 KV SYNCHRNOUS
                                   S. P.        USER             F. A. LEINBERGER
APPLICATION OF LARGEMANUFACTURING AXEDRIVES TO FLUID CATALYST UNITSMANUFACTURER
         58-08        MANUFACTURING SHEETZUSER
                                   K. R.                         E.
APPLICATION OF A 11,000 HP SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR TO A REFINING UNIT L. McHENRY  USER
         58-09         INDUCTION MOTORS IN REFINERY SERVICE
                                   G. H.
LARGE SQUIRREL-CAGEMANUFACTURING ST. ONGE       USER
         58-10        MANUFACTURINGAPPLIED TO INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS SERVING ESSENTIAL SERVICE MOTO
                                   C.
THE CONCEPT OF "IN-PHASE" TRANSFER C. YOUNG MANUFACTURER                    MANUFACTURER
                                                                 J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS
         58-11        MANUFACTURING CORTHERS
                                   J. M.
EMERGENCY ELECTRICAL POWER FOR REFINERIEW       CONSULTANT       M. GOREN   CONSULTANT
         58-12        MANUFACTURINGR. FOR A USER
                                   W.
OUTDOOR DIVISION 2 ELECTRICAL SERVICE SMITH REFINERY PROCESS UNIT
         58-13        CONDUIT ON COOLING TOWERS
                                   H. M.
THE USE OF ALUMINUM MANUFACTURING TOMLINSON, JR USER
         58-14        PRODUCTION V. L. ACKERMAN USER             W.
UNATTENDED OPERATION OF OFFSHORE GAS CONDENSATE PRODUCTION K. LEWRIGHT      USER
         58-15        PRODUCTION R. W. ELLIOTT
ELECTRICAL POWER AND REMOTE CONTROLS FORUSER    OFFSHORE PRODUCTION ON PHILLIPS EUGENE LEASE
         58-16        PRODUCTION J. W. MONTGOMERY
                                                USER
AUTOMATIC CUSTODY TRANSFER OF CRUDE OIL - PRODUCER TO PIPELINE
         58-17        PRODUCTION M. H. HALDERSONUSER
DETERMINING ACTUAL POWER OUTPUT AND DERATING FACTOR OF ELECTRIC MOTORS THAT DRIVE OIL WELL PU
         58-18        PRODUCTION A. J. ZAVADAMANUFACTURER
THE PROPER SELECTION OF CONTROL MATERIAL IN CONTACTOR RELAYS AND MOTOR STARTERS
         58-19        PRODUCTION
NORMAL SLIP VS HIGH SLIP MOTORS F. BEACH        USER                        JR
                                                                 J. H. DAY, MANUFACTURER
         58-20        PRODUCTION G. MARTINEZ-MATOS
                                                USER             E. DE      USER
MINIMUM INVESTMENT 115/69 KV WOOD TRANSMISSION LINE IN VENEZUELA LA GARZA, JR
         58-21        PRODUCTION E. HOUSE       DRILLING COSTS
AN ELECTRICAL DRILLING SYSTEM THAT REDUCES MANUFACTURER
         58-22        PRODUCTION T. A. GALLAGHERMANUFACTURER     W. R. JONESMANUFACTURER
TWO YEARS OF DRILLING WITH A COMPLETELY SELF-CONTAINED DIESEL ELECTRIC POWER PACKAGE
         58-23        PRODUCTION E. E. HOGWOOD
DC ELECTRIC DRILLING RIGS                       MANUFACTURER
         58-24        THE DRILLER
IMPROVED POWER FOR PRODUCTION A. H. CANDEE      MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                 W. P. STEVENS
         58-25        TRANSPORTATION CANNON
                                   R. S.
GERMANY'S FIRST LARGE CRUDE OIL PIPELINE        USER
         58-26        TRANSPORTATION
                                   F.
ECONOMICS IN PIPELINE ENGINEERING V. WHITNEYSER U
         58-27        TRANSPORTATION ZEDLER, JR
                                   O. F.        USER
CONSIDERATIONS IN SELECTING PRIME MOVERS FOR PIPELINE PUMPING
         58-28        OF OUR FOURJ. J.
                                    CORNERS PIPELINE
ELECTRICAL FEATURES TRANSPORTATION SONNIER      USER             H. SILER USER
         58-29        TRANSPORTATION TURNER
                                   E. B.        MANUFACTURER
THE PIPELINE INDUSTRY'S USE OF THE TOOLS OF AUTOMATION
         58-30        TRANSPORTATION GUY
                                   G. E.        MANUFACTURER
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SUPERVISORY EQUIPMENT FOR PIPELINE USE
         59-02        GENERAL      R. D. CHAMLEECONSULTANT       D. E. McCALL
                                                                            CONSULTANT
APPLICATION OF ACCEPTED CABLE-HEATING PRINCIPLES TO UNEQUALLY LOADED UNDERGROUND DUCT
         59-03        PRODUCTION E. E. HOGWOOD  MANUFACTURER
DC ELECTRIC DRILLING RIGS APPLICATION AND OPERATION
         59-10        GENERAL      E. B. TURNER MANUFACTURER
INDUSTRIAL COMPUTERS FOR TANK FARM INVENTORY - CONTROL AND DATA HANDLING
         59-11        GENERAL      C. R. OLSON ON DIVISION 2 APPLICATIONS MANUFACTURER
SPARKING OF AC MOTOR ROTORS AND ITS EFFECTMANUFACTURER           E. F. MERRILL
         59-13        MANUFACTURINGH. DICKINSON
                                   W.
POWER DISTRIBUTION TO REFINERY PROCESS UNITS    USER
         59-14        MANUFACTURING LANDES MANUFACTURER
                                   I. H.                         W. B. WILSON
SELECTION OF MAJOR DRIVERS FOR REFINERY AND PETROCHEMICAL INSTALLATIONS     MANUFACTURER
         59-16        TRANSPORTATION
                                   J. MANRY     USER
THE FUTURE PLACE OF COMPUTERS IN PIPELINE CONTROL
         59-18        TRANSPORTATION
                                   G.
A SOLID STATE SUPERVISORY SYSTEM BECK           USER
         59-21        PRODUCTION C. S. ROACH MANUFACTURER
POLYETHYLENE SUBMARINE CABLES FOR OFFSHORE OIL RIGS
         59-23        GENERAL      R. W. MILLS USER
A USER VIEWS NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN MOTOR INSULATION
         59-24        MANUFACTURING WARRENSER
                                   E. G.
REMOTE CONTROL OF REFINERY TANK FARM EQUIPMENT  U
         59-25        MANUFACTURING ROTH USER
                                   L. M.                         S. RICHARDS
THE TERMINATING AND SPLICING OF POLYETHYLENE INSULATED POWER CABLE USER
         59-26        MANUFACTURING SHAW USER
                                   T. R.
EXPERIENCE WITH OVERHEAD VS UNDERGROUND CABLES IN REFINERIES
         59-27        TRANSPORTATION MESSINGER,
                                   E. W.
AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF OLEUM PIPELINE OPERATION JRUSER
         59-28         STATIONS WITH C.
                                   E. EDDY CURRENT
                                                U
CONTROLLING PIPELINETRANSPORTATION MICHELS SER COUPLINGS
         59-29         SYSTEM FOR UNATTENDED REMOTE CONTROLLED GAS COMPRESSOR STATIONS
                                   R. W.
AN ELECTRICAL POWERTRANSPORTATION SMITH, USER   JR


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         59-31         TRANSPORTATION
                                    L.
UNION OIL'S SUPERTANKER FACILITIES JONES        USER
         59-32         PRODUCTION J. H. DAY     HIGH TEMPERATUREB. W. BRADBURY WELL PUMPING
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS IN THE APPLICATION OF MANUFACTURER                      FOR OIL
                                                                    MOTORSMANUFACTURER
           CONTROLS FOR AN OFFSHORE LEASE AUTOMATIC CUSTODY TRANSFER UNIT
ELECTRIC59-32          PRODUCTION J. W. JOHNSON USER
         59-33         PRODUCTION S. P. STONE USER
BARGE-MOUNTED 15,000 KW GAS TURBINE GENERATOR PLANT                P. R. BEARDMANUFACTURER
         59-34         MANUFACTURING REFINERY
                                    J. L.
ELECTRICAL DESIGN HIGHLIGHTS - IRVING CUNNINGHAMUSER
         59-35         TRANSPORTATION HYDE MANUFACTURER
                                    M. A.                          D. C. WASHBURN
THE APPLICATION OF LARGE SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS TO GAS TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS       MANUFACTURER
         59-36         PRODUCTION J. K. HOWELL
PROTECTING INDUCTION MOTORS                     MANUFACTURER                  MANUFACTURER
                                                                   J. J. COURTIN
         59-37         PRODUCTION WEST-COAST'S  USER
AN ALL ELECTRIC INSTALLALTION FOR R. B. PEARCE FIRST OFFSHORE DRILLING PLATFORM
          OF DRILLING RIG LOADS AND THEIR CHARACTERISTICS
ANALYSIS59-38          PRODUCTION O. J. GRAHAM  MANUFACTURER                  MANUFACTURER
                                                                   H. H. HENNELL
         60-43         GENERAL      C. BY DIGITAL COMPUTER
INDUSTRIAL PLANT LOAD CALCULATIONSW. BOICE CONSULTANT                         CONSULTANT
                                                                   D. E. McCALL
         60-44         GENERAL      W. H. DICKINSON
                                                USER
INTERIM REPORT ON SURVEY OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY C. R. OLSON      MANUFACTURER
         60-45         PRODUCTION B. M. OF 12,470/21,600 VOLT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
ECONOMICS AND OPERATING EXPERIENCE GALLAHER     USER
         60-46         PRODUCTION J. K. HOWELL  MANUFACTURER
REPORT OF FIELD TESTS ON INHERENTLY PROTECTED MOTORS
         60-47          AND SHOCK J. R. PEDIGO MANUFACTURER
VIBRATION DAMPENERSPRODUCTIONMOUNTINGS FOR LIGHTS, METERS AND INSTRUMENTS ON OIL FIELD DRILLIN
          IN UTILITY CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS
FACTORS 60-48                       H. A.
                       TRANSPORTATION CHERRY    USER
         60-49         INDUSTRY ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
                                    C. F.
TRENDS IN PETROLEUMTRANSPORTATION LESLIE USER
         60-50         PRODUCTION E. O. POTTHOFFMANUFACTURER
A NEW AUTOMATIC LEASE MONITORING AND CONTROL SYSTEM                H. DOZIER  MANUFACTURER
         60-51         MANUFACTURING DRIP-PROOF MOTORS IN PETROLEUM REFINERIES
                                    J. C.
THE USE OF SILICONE RUBBER INSULATED HOWARD     USER
         60-52         MANUFACTURING SYMMETRICAL RATINGS
                                    P. L.                          J. D. WOOD ANUFACTURER
APPLICATION OF CIRCUIT BREAKERS WITH CAMP MANUFACTURERIN INDUSTRIAL PLANTS    M
         60-53         TRANSPORTATION
                                    P.
AUTOMATIC HIGH SPEED FUEL LOADING J. PROVOST    MANUFACTURER                  CONSULTANT
                                                                   J. J. CUPPLES
         60-56         GENERAL
THE GENERAL PURPOSE ANALOG COMPUTER E. A. CLARKEUSER
         60-64         MANUFACTURING DUNKI-JACOBS
                                    J. R.       MANUFACTURER       C. SERVING MANUFACTURER
THE CONCEPT OF IN-PHASE TRANSFER APPLIED TO INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS C. YOUNG ESSENTIAL LOADS
         60-69         GENERAL      A. M. LOCKIEMANUFACTURER
FUNCTIONAL LIFE TESTING OF DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMERS - ITS EFFECT ON OPERATING ECONOMY
         60-70         PRODUCTION C. PLACEMENT OF
API RECOMMENDED PRACTICES 11J FOR H. ECKEL USER ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ON PRODUCTION LEASES
         60-71          SYSTEM DESIGN KAUFMANN
                                    J. B.       CONSULTANT
ADVANCED ELECTRICALMANUFACTURING FOR PETROLEUM REFINERIES
         60-72         MANUFACTURING AXE
                                    S. P.
INTERLOCKED ARMORED CABLE INSTALLATIONS INUSER                     W. AREAS
                                                 DIVISION 2 HAZARDOUSE. BURPEECONSULTANT
         60-73         MANUFACTURINGA. BIELENIN USER                PETROLEUM REFINERY
APPLICATIONS OF CORRUGATED METALLIC SHEATH BUTYL CABLES IN AR. A. McDONALD    USER
         60-74         TRANSPORTATION OWEN USER
                                    R. K.
THE ELECTRIC UTILITY REPORTS TO ITS CUSTOMERS
         60-75         PRODUCTION S. P. STONE
SUBMARINE CABLE FROM A USER'S STANDPOINT USER
         60-76         MANUFACTURING DUNKI-JACOBS
                                    J. R.       MANUFACTURER
TRANSIENT STABILITY CRITERIA OF INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEMS - A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS
         60-77         TRANSPORTATION TOWNE USER
                                    R. L.
ELECTRICAL DESIGN FEATURES OF THE TEMBLADOR-CARIPITO PIPELINE
         60-78         TRANSPORTATION THORN USER
                                    R. P.
A PREVENTIVE ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE PROGRAM FOR A LARGE PIPELINE
         60-79         PRODUCTION J. J. STAMM MANUFACTURER
A STATIC CONTROL SYSTEM FOR OIL WELL DRILLING
         60-80         TRANSPORTATION
                                    EQUATIONS - A
                                                MANUFACTURER       R. T. BYERLY
                                                                              MANUFACTURER
DERIVATION OF ECONOMIC DISPATCH R. G. ABRAHAM STEP IN THE AUTOMATION OF GAS TRANSMISSION
         61-01         GENERAL      P. PRESENT AND FUTURE
ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION - PAST, DRINKER MANUFACTURER            V. V. TIVY MANUFACTURER
         61-02         GENERAL      D. DC CONTROL SIGNALS
CONSIDERATIONS IN THE SELECTION OF T. CUSACK    MANUFACTURER
          IN THE       GENERAL      W. O'CONNOR ONSULTANT
                                                C
FACTORS 61-03 CHOICE OF PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION - A CONSULTANT'S VIEWPOINT
         61-04         OF AN ELECTRIC A. JOHNSON FURNACE
ELECTRONIC CONTROL GENERAL          A. REFORMINGUSER
         61-05         GENERAL      J. F. MOORE CONSULTANT         F. R. CURRIE
ON-LINE AND OFF-LINE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY CONSULTANT
         61-06         GENERAL      W. TO AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS W. N. PATTERSON
TYING THE DIGITAL CONTROL COMPUTERM. GAVIES     MANUFACTURER                  MANUFACTURER
         LOGGER USING MAGNETIC TAPE FOR DIGITAL DATA STORAGEJ. F. DRAFFEN
A MOBILE 61-07         GENERAL      M. O. BIRD USER                           USER
         61-08         GENERAL
ON-LINE COMPUTER CONTROL                        USER
                                    W. C. JOHNSTON
         61-09         OF AN "ON-LINE" H. THURMAN
ELECTRICAL FEATURES GENERAL                     USER
                                    C. COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEM FOR A PETRO-CHEMICAL PROCESS
         61-11         MANUFACTURING CUNNINGHAM
                                    FOR         MANUFACTURER
REFINERY POWER SYSTEM PLANNING G. W.SERVING LARGE MOTOR LOADS
         61-12         MANUFACTURING MOTOR DRIVERS AND PROBLEMS IN THEIRCONSULTANT
ECONOMICS OF SELECTION OF LARGER. E. DAZE CONSULTANT               H. C. MAYO APPLICATION
         61-13         MANUFACTURING MOTORS MANUFACTURER
                                    M.
STATIC EXCITATION FOR SYNCHRONOUS N. HALBERG
         61-14         MANUFACTURING MEDLEY
                                    R. G.       USER               W. A. SHAFER
APPLICATIONS OF THE ELECTRIC TRACING IN PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL PLANTS         USER
         61-15         MANUFACTURING BRUCKLACHER
                                    E. R.
NEW STATIC DEVICES APPLIED WITH SWITCHGEAR MANUFACTURER
         61-16         MANUFACTURINGINSTRUMENT
                                    N.          MANUFACTURER
TRAIN AND DEVELOP YOUR ELECTRONIC A. ANDERSON PEOPLE
          OF A         MANUFACTURING WITH A LARGE SCALE DIGITALD. PENDLETON
                                     UNIT
CONTROL61-17 PETROLEUM PROCESSE. N. PLY         USER               A. COMPUTERMANUFACTURER
         61-21         PRODUCTION J. P. WAGNON  CONSULTANT
PROGRESS IN ELECTRIFICATION OF LAND DRILLING RIGS                             M
                                                                   G. B. WEBB ANUFACTURER
         61-22         PRODUCTION R. S. JAMES RESEARCH/OTHER
THE ABILITY OF CONTACTS IN LOW CURRENT CONTROL SYSTEMS TO CAUSE IGNITION OF HYDROCARBON-AIR M


                                      Page 10
                                  PCICPAPR_new.txt


          61-22        TRANSPORTATION
                                    F. CONTROLUSERLONGVIEW COMPRESSOR STATION OF TEXAS EASTERN
DESIGN AND OPERATION OF AUTOMATICP. GERTSON      FOR                         M
                                                                   A. G. FITCH ANUFACTURER
          ASPECTS IN THE AUTOMATION OF OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION
GENERAL 61-23                                   MANUFACTURER
                       PRODUCTION W. J. RAPSON, JR
          61-24        PRODUCTION F. BEACH      USER
USER'S EXPERIENCE WITH INHERENTLY PROTECTED MOTORS                 F. BEST USER
          61-25        PRODUCTION T. L. SCOTT
A 440/762 VOLT OILFIELD COMBINATION STARTER USER
          61-26        PRODUCTION J. K. HOWELL
LIGHTNING PROTECTION FOR OIL FIELD EQUIPMENT    MANUFACTURER
          61-27        PRODUCTION H. H. HALDERSON
MAINTENANCE OF LEASE ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT         USER
          61-31        TRANSPORTATION WASHBURN
                                    D. C.       MANUFACTURER
AUTOMATION OF GAS TRANSMISSION THROUGH DIGITAL CONTROL
           DESIGN FEATURES OF MID-AMERICA PIPELINE
ELECTRIC61-33                       G. E.
                       TRANSPORTATION MACE USER
          61-34        TRANSPORTATION ZEDLER, JR
                                    O. F.       USER               L. U. EIDSON
PROTECTIVE RELAY SETTING AND COORDINATION FOR PIPELINE PUMPING STATIONS      MANUFACTURER
          61-35        TRANSPORTATION
                                    T. C.
COMPUTER APPLICATION TO DISPATCHING HEARD MANUFACTURER
           OF ECONOMIC VALUATION S. R. EVANS USER
METHODS61-36           TRANSPORTATION
          61-37         FOR PIPELINEP. D.
                                     STATIONS MANUFACTURER
DIGITAL TELEMETERINGTRANSPORTATION WOODRUFF
          61-38        TRANSPORTATION PIPELINE
                                    A. R.
TECHNICIANS FOR A REMOTELY OPERATEDHEIDEBRECHT  USER                         USER
                                                                   F. S. JONES
          62-14        MANUFACTURINGF. BREAKERS AS
                                                MANUFACTURER       A. FILIPPONI
                                                                             MANUFACTURER
AN ANALYSIS OF LOW VOLTAGE CIRCUIT X. HUTTINGER APPLIED ON PETROLEUM POWER SYSTEMS
          62-15        MANUFACTURING DAMAGED USER
RENOVATING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTJ. J. JAQUINBY HURRICANE CARLA
          62-16        MANUFACTURING KLUEBER
COMMUNICATIONS IN REFINERIES        P. O.       USER
          COMPUTER CONTROLLED LEASE STEMEN
180 WELL 62-17         PRODUCTION W. E.         USER
          62-18        TRANSPORTATION
PUMP MOTOR PROTECTION METHODS D. B. SLEEMAN     MANUFACTURER                 MANUFACTURER
                                                                   T. F. BELLINGER
          62-19        TRANSPORTATION PIPELINE STATIONS IN SYRIA G. COATES
                                    M. A.
REMOTELY CONTROLLED GAS TURBINE OIL HYDE MANUFACTURER              A.        USER
          62-20        TRANSPORTATION
                                    H. PIPELINE STATIONS
ELECTRONIC PROTECTIVE DEVICES FOR GINNS         MANUFACTURER
          62-21        TRANSPORTATION CHUDLEIGH
                                    J. P.        STATIONS
ECONOMICS OF OUTDOOR GAS PIPELINE PUMPING CONSULTANT
          FOR          GENERAL      A. HAUSPURG USER
FACTORS 62-21 CONSIDERATION IN PLANNING RELIABLE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY AND CONTROL
          62-22        GENERAL      J. C. INDUSTRY
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS IN THE PETROLEUM HOWARD      USER
          62-23        PRODUCTION P. S. PHILLIPSUSER
PRODUCTION FLOW STATIONS IN LAKE MARACAIBO, VENEZUELA
          62-23
BETTER MOUSETRAPS PRODUCTION T. L. SCOTT USER                      S. BIRD USER
          62-24        MANUFACTURINGE. UNIT LIGHTING
DESIGNING FOR ECONOMICAL PROCESS G. WARRENSER   U
          62-24        PRODUCTION A. M.
THERMOELECTRIC CATHODIC PROTECTIONBERNARD       MANUFACTURER
          62-25        TRANSPORTATION TELETYPE
                                    W. H.       USER               W. J. WARREN
                                                                             USER
PIPELINE REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM USINGOSBORNE LANGUAGE: DESCRIPTION, OPERATION, SYSTEM DESIGN
          62-25        PRODUCTION J. F. WILKENS USER
EUROPEAN PRACTICES IN ELECTRICAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR PETROLEUM INSTALLATIONS
          62-26        TRANSPORTATION STEVENSON
                                    J. M.       CONSULTANT
DESIGN AND OPERATE FOR LOWEST ELECTRIC POWER COSTS
          62-27        MANUFACTURINGE. BURPEE
                                    W.          CONSULTANT
ECONOMICS OF ENCLOSURE SELECTIONS FOR MOTOR CONTROLS IN CLASSIFIED AREAS
          62-28        PRODUCTION H. WINTER MANUFACTURER
RELIABILITY OF PRODUCTION ELECTRICAL DRILLING SYSTEMS
          62-29        PRODUCTION T. L. SCOTT
A 440/762 VOLT OILFIELD COMBINATION STARTER USER
          62-30        TRANSPORTATION AND TELEMETERING ENGINE DRIVEN COMPRESSOR STATIONS
                                    E. F.
REMOTE SET LOCAL AUTOMATIC CONTROLPOSHADEL      CONSULTANT
          62-31        GENERAL      R. S. KEITH MANUFACTURER
SIGNIFICANT CHARACTERISTICS OF INSULATED CONDUCTORS FOR PETROLEUM PLANT APPLICATION
          62-32        GENERAL      J. R. AUTENRIETH
                                                USER
IMPROVED BALL BEARING ARRANGEMENT FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS
          62-32        LEVEL SWITCHES TO OIL PRODUCTING OPERATIONS
APPLICATION OF LIQUIDPRODUCTION M. A. REMKE USER
          62-95        MANUFACTURING HIGGINSELECTRICAL GENERATION IN CONTINUOUS PROCESS PLANTS
                                    T. D.
AN APPROACH TO THE ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF USER
          63-00        MANUFACTURINGIN LINE MANUFACTURER
                                    R.
APPLICATION EXPERIENCE WITH DIGITALE. BICE BLENDERS
          63-02        MANUFACTURINGG. JOHNSTON  DRIVERS AS AN AID TO AUTOMATION
STATIC SPEED CONTROL FOR CENTRIFUGAL PUMP MANUFACTURER
          63-04        MANUFACTURINGD. MANN MANUFACTURER
                                    M.
APPLICATION OF POWER CABLES IN PETROLEUM REFINERIES
          63-07        MANUFACTURING MORIATY LOW FLASH PRODUCTS USER
                                    J. D.
SELECTIVE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR DOCK LOADINGUSER    OF                H. D. SMITH
          INVOLVED IN SERVING PIPELINE PUMPING MOTORS
FACTORS 63-08                       W. T.
                       TRANSPORTATION MORRIS    USER
          63-10        SOURCES FOR THE PIPELINER
                                    A. W.
UNCONVENTIONAL D. C.TRANSPORTATION PEABODY      CONSULTANT
          PERSONNEL FOR MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
TRAINING 63-11                      W.
                       MANUFACTURINGPRESTONUSER
           ELECTRICAL LOADS
PROBLEM63-12           PRODUCTION R. RHODES USER
          63-13        GENERAL      A. J. RABINOWITZ
                                                MANUFACTURER
NEW METHOD OF SPLICING AND TERMINATING MINERAL INSULATED CABLE FOR HEATING APPLICATIONS
           ELECTRICAL LOADS
PROBLEM63-14           PRODUCTION T. SCOTT      USER
          63-15        TRANSPORTATION
                                    E. FACILITY MANUFACTURER
STATIC CONTROL OF HYDRANT FUELING SEVERLING
          63-16        PRODUCTION GENERATORS
EXPERIENCE WITH THERMO ELECTRICV. TITTERINGTON  CONSULTANT                   MANUFACTURER
                                                                   A. M. BERNARD
          REQUIREMENTS FOR STARTING AND ACCELERATING LARGE AC INDUCTION MOTORS
VOLTAGE 63-17          PRODUCTION C. F. VORCK USER
          63-18        PRODUCTION
AUTOMATIC BIG HORN BASIN FIELDS J. K. WALSH USER


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           POWER AND CONTROL FEATURES OF A 27 MILE OFFSHORE CRUDE PRODUCING FACILITY ELECTRIC C
ELECTRIC63-19         GENERAL                         GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
                                  C. DOMIANO CONSULTANT                   MANUFACTURER
                                                                L. C. BOYDSTUN     GENERAL
         63-76        GENERAL     E. L. ROBACK
TANK FARM DATA HANDLING AND CONTROL            MANUFACTURER
         63-77        MANUFACTURING CABLE IN A PETROLEUM REFINERY USER
                                  H. L.
EXPERIENCES WITH INSULATED ALUMINUMKOPPELUSER                   F. R. STEVENSON
         63-78        MANUFACTURING OF ELECTRICALLY TRACED PROCESS LINES
                                  S. O.
APPLICATIONS SPECIFICS AND ECONOMICSJONES MANUFACTURER
         63-79        TRANSPORTATION PIPELINE
                                  FOR          MANUFACTURER
RECENT DESIGNS OF LARGE MOTORS E. F. MERRILL SERVICE
         63-80        PRODUCTION R. M. KISER
POWER AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR WATERFLOODUSER
         63-81        GENERAL     A V. FAWCETT MANUFACTURER     R. W. SHISHAKLY
                                                                          CONSULTANT
AIR PURGED ELECTRIC SYSTEMS FOR D.LARGE COMPRESSOR BUILDING HAVING GROUP B DIVISION 2 CLASSIFIC
         63-82        PRODUCTION N. K. DRIVE RIGS
A SIMPLIFIED DRAW WORKS FOR ELECTRICDICKERSON  MANUFACTURER
         63-87        TRANSPORTATION
                                  A. BURNITT USER
AUTOMATION ON THE TRANSWESTERN SYSTEM
         63-88        TRANSPORTATION COMPTON
                                  D. D.        USER
OPERATING FEATURES OF A FERRITE CORE SUPERVISORY CONTROL AND DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEM
         63-91        PRODUCTION W. F. CRUESS  MANUFACTURER
NEW DIGITAL DATA TRANSMISSION & CONTROL SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATIC LEASES
         63-93        GENERAL     W. H. DICKINSON
                                               USER
ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION OF PETROLEUM INDUSTRY AUTOMATION AND OTHER ALTERNATIVES BY THE REVENU
         63-94        TRANSPORTATION
                                  D. FITZPATRICK
                                               MANUFACTURER
DRY REED SWITCHING IN COMPLEX ELECTRICAL CONTROL PROBLEMS
         63-96        MANUFACTURING GEIB MANUFACTURER
                                  C. E.
CONSTANT FREQUENCY EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEMS
         63-99        TRANSPORTATION HEARD MANUFACTURER
                                  T. C.
PIPELINE AUTOMATION TODAY AND TOMORROW - A SURVEY
         64-11        MANUFACTURING
                                  B. HUSOCK MANUFACTURER
THE EFFECT OF ELECTRICAL GROUNDING SYSTEMS ON UNDERGROUND CORROSION AND CATHODIC PROTECTIO
         64-17        FOR REFINERY ELECTRICIANS AND INSTRUMENT MEN
ELECTRONICS SCHOOL GENERAL                     USER
                                  H. D. SMITH, JR
         64-18        GENERAL     G. R. GRIFFITH
THE CHALLENGE OF HUMAN OBSOLESCENCE            USER                       MANUFACTURER
                                                                B. L. MARGESON
         64-19        GENERAL     J. C. H. LARSON
                                               MANUFACTURER
ARE YOU REALLY BUYING EXPLOSIONPROOF BOXES? DO YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR?
         64-20        GENERAL     FOR COORDINATION OF CORROSION CO USER
COMMITTEE PROVIDES OPPORTUNITY L. J. SCHMITT   USER             V. C. BUSHNELL
                                                      IDAHO POWER CONTROL          IDAHO POWER CO
         64-21        MANUFACTURINGH. YUEN CONSULTANT
                                  M.                            COMPRESSOR DRIVE
                                                                          CONSULTANT
LARGE WOUND ROTOR MOTOR WITH LIQUID RHEOSTAT FOR REFINERY J. D. RITTENHOUSE
         64-22        MANUFACTURING BODINE USER
                                  J. A.
A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO CENTRALIZED CONTROL OF REFINERY OFF-PLOT FACILITIES
         64-23        MANUFACTURING FOR ILLING
                                  M.           USER             W. PIPELINES
DESIGN OF ELECTRIC TRACING SYSTEMSH. W. PETROCHEMICAL PROCESS A. SHAFER   USER
         64-24        MANUFACTURING JONES MANUFACTURER
                                  S. O.
DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF ELECTRIC SUBSOIL HEATERS
         64-25        PRODUCTION T. L.
MOTOR FAILURE PROBLEM IN VENEZUELA SCOTT USER                             USER
                                                                W. B. BELKNAP
         64-26        PRODUCTION C. A.
ECONOMICS OF REPAIRING OLD MOTORS BINGHAMSER   U                          USER
                                                                J. A. ADKISON
         64-27        GENERAL     W. H. DICKINSON
                                               USER
ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION OF PETROLEUM INDUSTRY AUTOMATION AND OTHER ALTERNATIVES BY THE REVENU
         64-28         REMOTE-AUTOMATIC COMPRESSOR STATIONS
                                  R. J.
INSTRUMENTATION FORTRANSPORTATION MATHIAS      USER
           AND        MANUFACTURING CONGER
                                  N. L.        USER             C. E. LOCKE
METHODS64-29 APPARATUS FOR CORROSION CONTROL BY ANODIC PROTECTION USER
         64-30        MANUFACTURINGD. HODGES
                                  W.           USER             F. E. HALTOM
                                                                          USER
DEEP WELL ANODES FOR CATHODIC PROTECTION OF UNDERGROUND METALLIC STRUCTURES
         64-31        TO CATHODICALLY PROTECTED DOCKS
                                  J. A.
THE BONDING OF SHIPSMANUFACTURING LEHMANMANUFACTURER
         64-32        PRODUCTION W. E. WITHERS
CLASSIFICATION OF AREAS ON PRODUCTION LEASES   USER
         64-33        SYSTEMS IN LARGE PETROLEUM
TELECOMMUNICATIONSPRODUCTIONAJ. L. LONG USER COMPANY IN VENEZUELA
         64-34        PRODUCTION W. F. BROWN   USER   GIBBS & HILL,DE LA GARZA, JR GIBBS & HILL, INC
                                                                E. INC    USER
COORDINATION OF LOAD AND LIFE CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPONENTS OF INDUCTION MOTORS FOR OILFIELD A
         64-35        GENERAL     H. REDUCING  MANUFACTURER
IMPROVING PRODUCTION CONTROL AND HELLERING COSTS WITH SOUND-INTERCOM EQUIPMENT
         64-39        PRODUCTION D. M. ON LEASES
GROUNDING AND PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT ALLISON     MANUFACTURER
         64-40        TRANSPORTATION BROWNMANUFACTURER
                                  M. F.
STATIC EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY FOR PIPELINE INSTRUMENTATION J. A. LINDSETH MANUFACTURER
         64-41        AUTOMATION;W. C.
                                   ALBERTA-CALIFORNIA PIPELINE
COMPRESSOR STATIONTRANSPORTATION BRADYCONSULTANT
         64-42        GENERAL     W. E. BURPEE CONSULTANT
MOTOR STARTING EQUIPMENT - THE NEED FOR IMPROVED STANDARDS
         64-43        TRANSPORTATION CLUBB USER
                                  A. J.
PIPELINE STATION EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN SYSTEMS                     R. J. CO USER
                                                      SHELL PIPELINEFRAZER         SHELL PIPELINE CO
         64-44        TRANSPORTATION GOSS USER
                                  J. M.
POWER DISTRIBUTION AND INSTRUMENTATION FOR A PRODUCTS PIPELINE TERMINAL
         64-45        GENERAL     J. C. PETROLEUM JR
                                               MANUFACTURER
VHF PIPELINE SYSTEM FOR THE RICHMONDKALTENBACH,CO
         64-46        GENERAL     A. H. KNABLEMANUFACTURER
GROUNDING AND ACCOMPANYING RELAYING FOR MEDIUM AND LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEMS
         64-47        GENERAL     J. A. McCORMICK
                                               MANUFACTURER
A MODERN PIPELINE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM, PART II, POINT-TO-POINT COMMUNICATIONS
         64-48        TRANSPORTATION
                                  G. W.        M
CABLE SYSTEMS FOR PIPELINE CONTROL CARTER ANUFACTURER
         64-49        TRANSPORTATION SCHRADER
                                  C. A.        USER
MERITS OF TURNKEY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTS IN PIPELINE PROJECTS C. J. THIESEN MANUFACTURER
         64-50        GENERAL     P. SMEE      MANUFACTURER
A MODERN PIPELINE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM, PART I, MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
         64-51        SUPERVISORY CONTROL SYSTEM
OFFSHORE ALARM AND PRODUCTION J. D. STRICKLER  USER
         65-01        GENERAL     J. THE ENERGY INDUSTRY
                                               MANUFACTURER
NEW MATERIALS AND MECHANISMS FORC. R. KELLEY, JR.
         65-02        GENERAL     W. L. MOSERUSER
SAFE ELECTRICAL OPERATIONS IN PETROLEUM AND PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS
         65-03        GENERAL     R. W. SCOTT MANUFACTURER
INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR SAFETY IN HAZARDOUS AREAS- ARE THEY POSSIBLE
          INFLUENCING GENERAL
FACTORS 65-04                     W. M. COGSWELLCOST
                      YOUR HAZARD INSURANCERESEARCH/OTHER


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          65-05        GENERAL     J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS
                                                MANUFACTURER
NEW TECHNICAL APPROACHES RELATED TO STARTING LARGE MOTORS ON WEAK POWER SYSTEMS
          65-06        GENERAL     BUS OR AT THE MOTOR?
MOTOR SURGE PROTECTION - AT THE F. X. FORSTMAIERCONSULTANT
          65-07        GENERAL     M. PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
REWINDING OF LARGE MOTORS FOR THEGIGANTE MANUFACTURER
          65-11         OF CONTROL A. G.
                                   COMPUTERS
PIPELINE APPLICATIONSTRANSPORTATION FITCH MANUFACTURER
          65-12        TRANSPORTATION BRAINERD
                                   H. A.        USER
LIQUID PIPELINE CONTROL DESIGNED FOR MAXIMUM THROUGHPUT
          65-13        TRANSPORTATION SMITH USER
                                   R. L.
ELECTRICAL DESIGN FEATURES OF COLONIAL PIPELINE
          65-14        TRANSPORTATION
                                   F. AND POTENTIALS NEAR EHV DC INSTALLATION
INVESTIGATION OF GROUND CURRENTS E. CORNWELL    RESEARCH/OTHER
          65-15        TRANSPORTATION PIPELINE
                                    FOR         MANUFACTURER
COMBINED STEAM AND GAS TURBINESL. F. FOUGERE STATIONS - OPERATION AND CONTROL
          65-16        TRANSPORTATION BISHUPMANUFACTURER
                                   B. W.
STORED PROGRAM CONCEPT OF SUPERVISORY CONTROL
          65-21        PRODUCTION R. C. FILSON USER
MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICAL LABOR REQUIREMENTS FOR OILWELL LEASES AND GASOLINE PLANTS
          65-22        PRODUCTION J.
COMMUNICATIONS IN LAKE MARACAIBO L. LONG USER
          65-23        PRODUCTION W. KEEL        LINES
CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF OVERHEADUSER IN THE OIL FIELDS
          65-24        PRODUCTION W. PFEFFER USER
OPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH A 762 VOLT SUBMARINE CABLE SYSTEM
           DRILLING RIGPRODUCTION M. L. RIZZONE
ELECTRIC65-24          DEVELOPMENTS             CONSULTANT
          65-25        PRODUCTION G. J. SCHWARCKOPF
OVERLOAD PROTECTION FOR OIL WELL PUMPING MOTORS MANUFACTURER
          65-26        PRODUCTION D. R. DON
SUBMERSIBLE CABLE FOR SERVICE TO PLATFORM EVA   CONSULTANT
          65-31        MANUFACTURING COURTIN
NEW NEMA RERATING OF MOTORS        J. J.        MANUFACTURER
          65-32        MANUFACTURING
BRUSHLESS SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS D. R. WRIGHT       MANUFACTURER              USER
                                                                M. PETERMAN
          65-33        MANUFACTURING SMITH MANUFACTURER
                                   A. J.                        J. C. FORUSER
COMBINED CYCLE STEAM-GAS TURBINE POWER PLANT, MODULAR CONCEPTEDWARDS      REFINERY GENERATION
          65-34        MANUFACTURING TIPTONUSER
                                   C. H.
HIGH RESISTANCE GROUNDING OF 2400 VOLT DELTA SYSTEMS                      USER
                                                                H. J. GROTTS
          65-35        MANUFACTURINGH. LEVERS
DOES AUTOMATION REALLY PAY         W.           USER
          65-37        MANUFACTURING
DESIGN OF HIGH VOLTAGE SUBSTATIONS A. HAUSPURG  USER                      USER
                                                                H. N. SCHERER
          66-01         FOR LARGE COMPRESSORS
                                   W.
SELECTION OF DRIVERSMANUFACTURINGB. WILSON      MANUFACTURER
          66-02        MANUFACTURING REFINERY
                                   C.           MANUFACTURER
IN-LINE GASOLINE BLENDING AT SUNTIDEQ. WILLIAMSON                         USER
                                                                J. D. JOHNSON
          66-03        MANUFACTURING OHLSON
                                   R. O.        MANUFACTURER
PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINING MAXIMUM SHORT CIRCUIT VALUES IN ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
          CABLE        MANUFACTURING KEITH MANUFACTURER
                                   R. S.
OPTIMUM 66-04 DESIGNS FOR THE PETROLEUM PLANT
          66-05        MANUFACTURING WALDRON
                                   R. C.
PILC CABLES, YESTERDAY, TODAY, AND TOMORROW     MANUFACTURER
          66-06        MANUFACTURING
                                   H. KUETTNER  MANUFACTURER    R. A. FORMANUFACTURER
                                                                           THE
DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF FLUOROCARBON INSULATED WIRE AND CABLENELSON PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
          66-07        TRANSPORTATION FOSTER
                                   G. B.        MANUFACTURER
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MACHINE VIBRATION MONITORING
          66-08        TRANSPORTATION
                                   A. THATE, JRMANUFACTURER
THE ECONOMICS OF SOLID STATE CONTROL
          66-09        TRANSPORTATION
                                   ENGINEERING
LIQUID SYSTEMS PROVER AND METER J. M. GOSS USER
          66-10        TRANSPORTATION SMITH MANUFACTURER
PLASTIC CONDUIT APPLICATIONS       E. T.
          66-11        TRANSPORTATION ABBOTT RESEARCH/OTHER
                                   J. L.
APPROVAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INTRINSICALLY SAFE EQUIPMENT
          66-12         THREE-PHASE MOTORS MANUFACTURER
                                   D. V.
PROTECTION OF LARGETRANSPORTATION FAWCETT
           DRILLING RIGPRODUCTION M. L. RIZZONE
ELECTRIC66-13          DEVELOPMENTS             CONSULTANT
          66-14        PRODUCTION B. J. RHODES
REMOTE CONTROL OF PRODUCING OIL WELLS           CONSULTANT
          66-15        PRODUCTION J. D. STRICKLER
                                                USER
ELECTRIFIED OFFSHORE DRILLING AND PRODUCTION-ESTER ISLAND
          66-16        OF PAN AMERICAN PETROLEUMUSER
AUTOMATION PROJECT PRODUCTION R. J. WOODHALL CORPORATION
          66-16        PRODUCTION T. B.
A STEP FORWARD IN OIL FIELD CONTROL COLLINS, JR MANUFACTURER
          66-16        PRODUCTION M. W. VITTUM  MANUFACTURER
A COMPUTER/SUPERVISORY REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR OFFSHORE OIL PRODUCTION
          APPROACH TO AUTOMATION OF OIL AND MANUFACTURER - CONVENTIONAL OR VISIONARY
SYSTEMS 66-16                                   GAS
                       PRODUCTION J. E. HEIMSTEAD PRODUCTION
          PRODUCTION PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
OIL FIELD 66-16        AUTOMATION C. N. MORRIS  USER
          66-16        PRODUCTION C. L. UP ADDED INCENTIVES FOR OIL FIELD AUTOMATION
TIME-SHARED COMPUTER SYSTEM POINTS MILLIONUSER
          66-17        GENERAL     C. LASPE     INDUSTRIES
A LOOK AT COMPUTER CONTROL IN THE PROCESS MANUFACTURER
          66-18        GENERAL     D. LOADS IN MANUFACTURER
                                                 A              M. H.
STATIC NO-BREAK POWER FOR CRITICALC. GRIFFITH MODERN OIL REFINERY YUEN    CONSULTANT
          66-19        GENERAL      APPLICATION-WELL
                                                MANUFACTURER
COMPUTERS FOR GAS MEASUREMENTM. J. SERGESKETTERHEAD TO CUSTOMERS
          66-20        NOISE IN    B. KLIPEC
REDUCING ELECTRICAL GENERAL INSTRUMENT CIRCUITS MANUFACTURER
          66-21        CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION
                                   M.
SOLID STATE TANK FARM TELEMETERINGTHADANI MANUFACTURER
          66-22
DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION  MANUFACTURER
          66-23        CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION
                                   G. M. BROOKS ONSULTANT
                                                C
INTERACTIONS OF PROCESS CONTROL, PROGRAMMING AND INSTRUMENTATION
          67-01        MANUFACTURING BURGINMANUFACTURER
                                   E. R.                        ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
PROTECTION AND COORDINATION CONCEPTS FOR 600 VOLT REFINERY G. GREENWOOD   MANUFACTURER
          67-02        MANUFACTURING
NEW REFINERY LIGHTING SYSTEMS J. A. STEWART     CONSULTANT


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                                    PCICPAPR_new.txt


         67-03        MANUFACTURING
BATTERIES FOR STANDBY RESERVE D. W. MAURERSER   U
          TRENDS AFFECTING THE RELIABILITY OFUSER
CURRENT67-04                       W.
                      MANUFACTURINGA. FLOWERS   ELECTRIC UTILITY SERVICE TO THE OIL REFINERY
         67-05        MANUFACTURINGL. RELIABILITY:
                                                USER
REFINERY ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM C. GILLILAND (INDUSTRIAL USER)
         67-06        MANUFACTURING DUNKI-JACOBS
                                   J. R.        MANUFACTURER
SOME EFFECTS OF CONCEPTUAL DESIGN PRINCIPLES ON POWER SYSTEM RELIABILITY (EQUIPMENT MANUFACTU
         67-11        TRANSPORTATION MOSES MANUFACTURER
                                   G. L.
SURGE PROTECTION FOR PIPELINE MOTORS                                        MANUFACTURER
                                                                  D. F. SHANKLE
         67-12        TRANSPORTATION
                                   G. CLARK     MANUFACTURER
TIME SHARED STORED PROGRAM CONTROL OF TWO PIPELINES
         67-13        TRANSPORTATION ROBINSON
                                   P. B.        MANUFACTURER
COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR TELEMETERING AND SUPERVISORY CONTROL
          ENGINEERINGTRANSPORTATION FOSTER
SYSTEMS 67-14                      G. B.        MANUFACTURER
                       ASPECTS OF MACHINE VIBRATION PROTECTION
         67-15        OF GAS PIPELINEJ.
                                   R. COMPRESSOR
SOLID STATE CONTROL TRANSPORTATION FRASERUSER STATIONS                      MANUFACTURER
                                                                  E. H .BROADWAY
         67-16        TRANSPORTATION EHV D.USER
                                   W. BY         C.
STRAY GROUND CURRENTS GENERATED H. CHAPMAN SYSTEMS
         67-21        PRODUCTION P. OFFERMAN    USER
THE EFFECT OF HVDC GROUND CURRENT ON OIL FIELD CORROSION                    USER
                                                                  F. W. SCHREMP
         67-22         GROUND IS THE QUESTION
TO GROUND OR NOT TOPRODUCTION G. T. SUTTON      USER
         67-23        PRODUCTION
MARINE PRODUCTION AUTOMATION R. MARTIN MANUFACTURER
         67-24
GAS PLANT AUTOMATION  PRODUCTION E. C. MANNAS   USER
          MOTOR EXPERIENCE
HIGH SLIP67-25        PRODUCTION I. W. HYND CONSULTANT
         67-26        PRODUCTION W. KELLEY MANUFACTURER
REMOTE RADIO ALARM SYSTEMS                                                  USER
                                                                  L. H. WIGGER
         67-31        GENERAL       VOLTAGE INSTALLATIONS
RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR HIGHW. H. LEVERS      USER
         67-32        GENERAL
NEC AND PROPOSED CHANGES FOR 1968  F. STETKA
         67-33        GENERAL      R. LLOYD     AND UNDERWRITERS LAB., INC REQUIREMENTS TO ELECTRIC
APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODERESEARCH/OTHER
          THE         GENERAL      F. MALTBY CONSULTANT
STATE OF67-34 ART OF INTRINSIC SAFETY
          THE         GENERAL      A. E. TURNER MANUFACTURER
STATE OF67-35 ART OF INTRINSIC SAFETY, CONTROL SYSTEM MANUFACTURER
          THE         GENERAL      W. H. ELLIOTT ANUFACTURER
                                                M
STATE OF67-36 ART OF INTRINSIC SAFETY, COMPONENT MANUFACTURER VIEWPOINT
          THE         GENERAL      E. FRAZIER CONSULTANT
STATE OF67-37 ART OF INTRINSIC SAFETY, CONTROL SYSTEM CONTRACTOR
          THE         GENERAL      R. D. CLARK USER
STATE OF67-38 ART OF INTRINSIC SAFETY, COMPONENT USER'S VIEWPOINT
          THE         GENERAL      W. HICKES MANUFACTURER
STATE OF67-39 ART OF INTRINSIC SAFETY, STANDARDS AND CODES
         68-01        MANUFACTURING PETROLEUM
                                   G. F.        MANUFACTURER
APPLICATION OF TRANSFORMERS FOR THEMITCHELL, JR INDUSTRY
          HEAT        MANUFACTURINGJ. E.
ELECTRIC68-02 TRACING - STATE OF ART BILBRO MANUFACTURER                    MANUFACTURER
                                                                  J. E. LEAVINES
         68-03        MANUFACTURINGA JOHNSON
                                   G.           CONSULTANT        P.
ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM FOR T. LARGE FERTILIZER COMPLEX E. BRENIMAN  MANUFACTURER
         68-04        MANUFACTURINGR. LOEWE RESEARCH/OTHER
VENTILATION & PURGING AS AN APPROACH TO ELECTRICAL SAFETY
          ENGINEERINGMANUFACTURING
PROJECT 68-05                       AFFILIATES USER
                       FOR FOREIGND. RUARK
         68-06        MANUFACTURING HAZARDOUS
                                    FOR
CLASSIFYING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTR. Y. LE VINEUSER LOCATIONS
         68-11        TRANSPORTATION
                                   J. GARRETT USER
CLOSED LOOP COMPUTER PIPELINE CONTROL OF ELK CITY-CUSHING CRUDE OIL PIPELINE
         68-12        TRANSPORTATION FLUKINGER ON-LINE MULTIPROGRAMMING PROCESS COMPUTER
                                   T. E.        AN
LIQUID PIPELINE SCHEDULING AND CONTROL WITHMANUFACTURER                     USER
                                                                  G. R. SMITH
         68-13        TRANSPORTATION VERHIEL
                                   A. L.        USER
REVIEW OF BONDING PRACTICES OF SHIP TO SHORE FACILITIES HANDLING PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
         68-14        TRANSPORTATION G. RATCLIFFE
                                   R. E.        MANUFACTURER
THE PAM MOTOR AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
         68-15        TRANSPORTATION VOLTAGE REGULATION, FAULT CURRENT LIMITATION, AND VOLTAGE
                                   FOR
APPLICATION OF SERIES CAPACITORS H. B. WOLF USER
         68-16        TRANSPORTATION
                                   A. LOFT      MANUFACTURER
SPEEDTRONIC - TOMORROW'S ANALOG AND DIGITAL GAS TURBINE CONTROL SYSTEM
         68-21        PRODUCTION W. A. BLOCK
COMPUTER CONTROLLED PRODUCTION SYSTEMS USER                                 USER
                                                                  J. A. BODINE
         68-22        PRODUCTION R. F. WOLL MANUFACTURER
INFLUENCE OF NEMA T-RERATE PROGRAM ON INTEGRAL HORSEPOWER MOTORS FOR THE PETROLEUM INDUST
         68-23        PRODUCTION
MINIMIZING THE EFFECTS OF ELECTRIC POWER INTERRUPTIONS THROUGH CUSTOMER-UTILITY COORDINATION
         68-24        PRODUCTION R. M. CONTROL SYSTEMS
CONTRACT MAINTENANCE OF PRODUCTIONEVANS USER
         68-27        PRODUCTION E. G. WEAVER   USER
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPANYWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTION CONTROL
         68-28        PRODUCTION PETROLEUM PRODUCTION INDUSTRY PHELPS
ENGINEERED MAINTENANCE FOR THE G. D. MOATE MANUFACTURER           W. A.     MANUFACTURER
         68-29        PRODUCTION R. F. HAVESON  CONSULTANT
CONTRACT MAINTENANCE- THE TOOL FOR INSURANCE OF SYSTEM INTEGRITY            CONSULTANT
                                                                  G. B. SPAULDING
         68-40        GENERAL      J. F. WILKENS
A STUDY OF HAZARDOUS LOCATION PRACTICES USER
         68-41        GENERAL      J. L. CRAGGSMANUFACTURER
NEW SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR BRUSHLESS EXCITATION SYSTEMS
         68-42        GENERAL      K. McCASKILL USER
COMBATING CORROSION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IN A CHEMICAL PLANT
         68-43        GENERAL      R. L. NAILEN MANUFACTURER
LARGE MOTOR STARTING PROBLEMS IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
         68-44         OF MOTORS IN REFINERIES AND CHEMICAL PLANTS
LOW VOLTAGE HEATINGGENERAL         M. H. YUEN CONSULTANT
         68-45        GENERAL      E. F. MERRILLINDUCTION MOTORS
TEMPERATURE RISE CONSIDERATIONS FOR LARGEMANUFACTURER
          NATURAL GAS AND ITS ROLE IN THE PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
LIQUIFIED68-46        GENERAL      E. L. SMITH USER
         68-47        GENERAL      S.           M
EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS P. JACKSONANUFACTURER


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                                    PCICPAPR_new.txt


         68-48         AS A GUIDE J. AREA CLASSIFICATION AND SELECTION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
PROBABILITY FACTORS GENERAL FOR M. BENJAMINSEN                            RESEARCH/OTHER
                                                 RESEARCH/OTHER P. H. VAN WIECHEN
         69-01         GENERAL      FOR SHORTMANUFACTURER       J. A. STEWART
                                                                          CONSULTANT
COMPARISON OF WORLD STANDARDS W. A. ELECTRICAL ENCLOSURES FOR HAZARDOUS AREAS
          SYSTEMS FOR TANKER PROPULSION AND CARGO HANDLING M. T. WAHLGREN
CONTROL69-02           GENERAL      T. R. KIMBALLUSER                     USER
         69-03         GENERAL      S. D. T. ROBERTSON
                                                 RESEARCH/OTHER
TORQUE PULSATION IN INDUCTION MOTORS WIHT INVERTER DRIVES
         69-04         GENERAL      E. T. CRIMMINS
                                                 USER
INVESTIGATION OF 13,000 VOLT OIL SWITCH EXPLOSIONS & CORRECTIONS
         69-05         GENERAL      R. NOISE
QUIETER MOTORS MEAN LESS REFINERYL. NAILEN MANUFACTURER
         69-06         GENERAL      E. E. DESIGNG
SAFETY MAN'S VIEWPOINT OF ELECTRICAL CARLTON
         69-07         GENERAL      G. L. GODWIN MANUFACTURER
OSCILLATORY TORQUES DURING SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR STARTING                     MANUFACTURER
                                                                E. F. MERRILL
         69-08         GENERAL      T.
MOTOR RECLOSING AND BUS TRANSFERHAUCK            MANUFACTURER
          SPEED
VARIABLE69-09 AC MOTORSGENERAL                   MANUFACTURER
                                    C. E. ROBINSON                        MANUFACTURER
                                                                G. A. DEWYER
         69-11         MANUFACTURING MERRIFIELD
                                    L. A.
LIGHTNING PROTECTION - THE STATE OF THE ART MANUFACTURER
         69-12         MANUFACTURING LEE
                                    R. H.        USER           ELECTRODES
THE USE OF CONCRETE-ENCASED REINFORCING RODS AS GROUNDING E. J. FAGAN     USER
         69-13         MANUFACTURING HUTSON
                                    J. N.        MANUFACTURER
A STUDY OF CORROSION-PROOF ENCLOSURES FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
         69-14         MANUFACTURING CONAWAY
                                    C. W.
ELECTRICAL FIRE PROTECTION IN INDUSTRY           RESEARCH/OTHER
          CABLES FOR PETROLEUM & R. A. NELSON
CONTROL69-15           MANUFACTURING             MANUFACTURER
                                    PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS                  MANUFACTURER
                                                                K. A. CUNHA
         69-16         MANUFACTURINGD. BAEU      MANUFACTURER
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE OF CURRENT CARRYING DEVICES BY INFRA-RED SCANNING
         69-21
THUMS ELECTRICAL SYSTEMPRODUCTION C. L. BOWMANSERU
          MOTORS VS GAS ENGINES AS K. BALLOU USER IN PRODUCING OPERATIONS
ELECTRIC69-22          PRODUCTION J. PRIME MOVERS
         69-23         PRODUCTION A. WINSLOW CONSULTANT
OFFSHORE DRILLING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
         69-24         PRODUCTION R. N. RHODES   USER
ESTIMATING ELECTRIC POWER CONSUMPTION IN PRODUCING OPERATIONS
         69-25         PRODUCTION MOTORS
MAINTENANCE OF OIL WELL PUMPING D. V. MARSHALL   MANUFACTURER
         69-26         PRODUCTION D. N. BISHOPUSER
COMMUNICATIONS IN OFFSHORE DRILLING AND PRODUCTION OPERATIONS
         69-31         TRANSPORTATION CAMPBELL
                                    J. D.        CONSULTANT     J. P. CHUDLEIGH
PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN DESIGNING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FOR HAZARDOUS AREAS  CONSULTANT
         69-32         TRANSPORTATION PETERSON
                                    M. D.        RESEARCH/OTHER
TESTING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
         69-33         TRANSPORTATION BOSSERTESEARCH/OTHER
                                    J. A.        R
APPROVAL OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
         69-34         TRANSPORTATION
                                    G. FEINMAN
AUTOMATED FUELING FOR THE JET AGE AIRPORT USER                            MANUFACTURER
                                                                B. SONENSHEIN
          REQUIREMENTS FOR PIPELINE PUMP MOTORS
RELAYING69-35                       L. U.
                       TRANSPORTATION EIDSON CONSULTANT                   MANUFACTURER
                                                                A. A. REGOTTI
         69-36         TRANSPORTATION AVERY MANUFACTURER
                                    J. W.
VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS AS A TROUBLESHOOTING TOOL
         70-01         GENERAL       ART 1970
SOLID DIELECTRIC CABLES - STATE OFJ. A. MORAN MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                J. C. CARROLL
         70-02         GENERAL      F. E. TUTZAUER
                                                 CONSULTANT
ELECTRICAL POWER FOR OFFSHORE PETROLEUM FACILITIES
         70-03         GENERAL      M. H. YUEN CONSULTANT       R. L. OIL & GAS PRODUCTION COMPLEX
ON SITE ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION FOR A LARGEKNIGHT    CONSULTANT
         70-04         GENERAL      P. K. MILLER RESEARCH/OTHER R. D. STRATTON
MAN - MACHINE SYMBIOSIS: A CONSPECTUS OF INTERACTIONS                     RESEARCH/OTHER
         70-05         GENERAL      AND THEIR MANUFACTURER      J. HORSEPOWER HIGH SPEED HORIZON
THE ADVANTAGES OF BALL BEARINGS R. BROZEK APPLICATION ON LARGEBONNER      MANUFACTURER
         70-06         LARGE AC
SLEEVE BEARINGS FOR GENERAL MOTORS  A. F. DePAULMANUFACTURER
         70-07          FRAME SIZE MOTORS
NOISE LEVELS OF NEMAGENERAL                      MANUFACTURER
                                    P. J. TSIVITSE
         70-08         GENERAL
USERS EXPERIENCE WITH T-RATED MOTORSJ. IRELAND USER
         70-09         GENERAL      R. L. NAILEN MANUFACTURER
SAFE LOCKED ROTOR TIME: HOW SAFE IS IT?
         70-11         MANUFACTURING
PIPE TRACING - 32 TO 1000 DEGREES FD. K. WHALLEY MANUFACTURER
         70-12         MANUFACTURING HAYMES SYSTEM SHORT CIRCUIT DUTY AND POWER CIRCUIT BREAK
                                    T. W.
APPLICATION OF NEW METHODS FOR CALCULATING SER   U              G. NUSS USER
         70-13         TO ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS
                                    R. H.
COMPUTER SOLUTIONS MANUFACTURING McFADDEN        MANUFACTURER
         70-16         CHEMICAL     T. B. FOR DESIGN,
A PROCEDURE FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMSSMITH USER CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE
         70-17         STABILITY    R. N. BELL USER             C. J.
SYNCHRONOUS MOTORCHEMICAL STUDY ON A LARGE INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM ERICKSON     USER
          CAR          CHEMICAL     V. WOUK      MANUFACTURER
ELECTRIC70-18 & THE PETROLEUM CHEMICAL INDUSTRY: BOON OR BANE, TREAT OR THREAT?
          SHUTDOWN CONTROLS FOR GAS ENGINE ONSULTANT
ELECTRIC70-21                                    C
                       PRODUCTION J. C. HOLLAND OPERATED EQUIPEMENT
         70-22         PRODUCTION C. KNESEK USER
SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS APPLIED TO HIGH VOLUME WELLS
         70-23         PRODUCTION R. J. ECKERFIELD
                                                 CONSULTANT
DATA GATHERING SYSTEM FOR DRILLING OPTIMIZATION WORK
         70-24         PRODUCTION J. R. STOLTZ USER
ADAPTING END DEVICES TO COMPUTERIZED CONTROL OF OIL PRODUCTION
         70-25         PRODUCTION H. A. SYSTEMS
PERFORMANCE OF OIL FIELD AUTOMATION SOMMERS      USER
         70-26         PRODUCTION M. G. HUBBARD  MANUFACTURER
COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS REALISTICALLY APPLIED TO OIL AND GAS PRODUCING OPERATIONS
         70-31         TRANSPORTATION VERHIEL
                                    A. L.        USER
THE EFFECTS OF HV - DC POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS ON BURIED METALLIC PIPELINES
         70-32         TRANSPORTATION PEABODY
                                    A. W.        CONSULTANT     A. L. VERHIEL
THE EFFECTS OF HIGH VOLTAGE ALTERNATING CURRENT (HVAC) ON BURIED PIPELINESUSER
         70-33         TRANSPORTATION OWEN USER
                                    R. K.
POWER RATES AND CONTRACTS FOR PIPELINE STATIONS


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         70-34       TRANSPORTATION OSBORNE
                                  W. H.        USER
A COST EFFECTIVENESS STUDY OF SUPERVISORY CONTROL SYSTEMS
         70-35       TRANSPORTATION ROBINSON
                                  P. B.        MANUFACTURER
CONSIDERATIONS IN WRITING SUPERVISORY CONTROL SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
          COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN PIPELINE STATIONS
CONTROL70-36                      F. HORTON MANUFACTURER
                     TRANSPORTATION
         71-01       GENERAL      J. R. ON LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM DESIGN
THE EFFECTS OF ARCING GROUND FAULTSDUNKI-JACOBSMANUFACTURER
         71-02       GENERAL      H. A. NORBERG
APPLICATIONS OF HIGH-VOLTAGE, CURRENT-LIMITING POWER FUSES
         GUIDELINES FOR VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKER APPLICATION J. H. SIMPSON
GENERAL 71-03        GENERAL      D. R. KURTZ MANUFACTURER              MANUFACTURER
         71-04       GENERAL      W. E. LAUBACHMANUFACTURER   J. W. CIRCUIT BREAKERS
NEW VERSATILITY IN SOLID STATE TRIP DEVICES FOR LOW VOLTAGE POWERWALDRONMANUFACTURER
         71-05       ANALYSIS      MONITORING
MACHINERY VIBRATION GENERAL ANDE. RABEK        MANUFACTURER
         71-06       GENERAL      R. BROZEK MACHINES
CONTROLLING 120 HERTZ VIBRATION IN INDUCTIONMANUFACTURER
         71-07       GENERAL      R. METHODS FOR LARGE ROTATING MACHINES
INSULATION TECHNIQUES & EVALUATIONTOTH         MANUFACTURER             MANUFACTURER
                                                              R. L. OBLICH
         71-08       GENERAL      E. A. GOODMAN
TODAY'S TRANSFORMER INSULATION SYSTEMS         MANUFACTURER
         71-09       GENERAL      R. S. SINATRAINSULATION
COMPARISON OF MEDIUM VOLTAGE POWER CABLEMANUFACTURER
         71-10       GENERAL      C. M. EXPECT FROM
                                               RESEARCH/OTHER
WHAT ENGINEERING COLLEGE GRADUATESSUTTERFIELD INDUSTRY
         71-11       MANUFACTURINGON AC MOTOR CHARACTERISTICS
                                  J.
EFFECT OF POWER SUPPLY VARIATIONSR. LINDERS
         71-12       MANUFACTURING CABLE IN A
                                  F. R.        USER
EXPERIENCES WITH INSULATED ALUMINUM STEVENSONPETROLEUM REFINERY
         71-13       MANUFACTURINGH. GIBSON MANUFACTURER
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TERMINATING ALUMINUM CONDUCTORS
         71-16       CHEMICAL     L. PURCHASED AND             POWER AT A LARGE CHEMICAL COMPLE
TOTALIZING FOR OPTIMUM CONTROL OFC. McGEE USER GENERATED D. H. McINTOSH USER
         71-17       CHEMICAL     E. B. THERKELSEN
THE PDQ II, A PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER          MANUFACTURER
         71-18       CHEMICAL     WIRING DIAGRAMS
SOME THOUGHTS ON COMPUTERIZED F. T. DAWSON     USER
         71-21       PRODUCTION R. L. OF A LARGE ISOLATED FIELD B. COX USER
AMAL AUTOMATION - COMPUTER CONTROLJOHNSON      USER           J.
         71-22       PRODUCTION J. A. KAYBOB SOUTH
COMPUTER CONTROL OF GAS GATHERING BODINE USER UNIT III - CANADA
         71-24       PRODUCTION
SUPERVISORY CONTROL, YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW
         71-25       PRODUCTION PREVENTION AND
INSTRUMENTATION - A KEY FACTOR INR. V. SCOTT USER CONTROL OF POLLUTION FROM OIL PRODUCTION OPER
         71-26       PRODUCTION R. F. WOLL MANUFACTURER
THE INTEGRAL HORSEPOWER AC ELECTRIC MOTOR - 1890 TO 1980
         71-32       TRANSPORTATION HATHAWAY
                                  E. L.
PIPELINE HYDRAULIC PROTECTIVE DEVICES          USER
         71-33       TRANSPORTATION HARDISTER
HIGH VOLTAGE MOTOR CONTROL        W. A.        MANUFACTURER
         71-34       TRANSPORTATION OVEREYNDER
                                  B. W.        MANUFACTURER
HOW GENERAL ELECTRIC COMMUNICATES TODAY AND WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS
         71-35       TRANSPORTATION NICKOLLS
                                  W. R.
SUPERVISORY CONTROL EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS   USER
         71-36       TRANSPORTATION
                                  L. LIQUID & MANUFACTURER
SUPERVISORY CONTROL AS APPLIED TO LAYCOCKGAS PIPELINES
         72-01        PROTECTION FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
LIGHTNING AND SURGE GENERAL       L. M. KENNEDYMANUFACTURER
         72-02       GENERAL      J. E. DIVISION
                                               MANUFACTURER
ELECTRICAL HEATERS FOR USE IN CLASS I,LEAVINES 2 LOCATIONS
         72-03       POWER EVOLUTIONYUEN OUR PROBLEMS SOLVED? KNIGHT
THE UNINTERRUPTIBLE GENERAL       M. H. - ARE CONSULTANT      R. L.     CONSULTANT
         72-04         SYSTEM     S. P. AXE    LARGE          W. R. MORTON
                                                                        MANUFACTURER
FEATURES OF A POWERGENERAL INCORPORATING USER AC MOTORS/CAPTIVE TRANSFORMERS
         72-05       GENERAL      T. L. SCOTT USER
GROUNDED, THREE PHASE, 796 VOLT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
         72-06       GENERAL      H. W. GILL CONSULTANT
PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN DESIGNING ELECTRICAL FACILITIES FOR ARCTIC CLIMATES
         72-07       GENERAL      H. J. SCHULTEG
YOUR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THE WILLIAMS-STEIGER OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT
         72-08        AIR BORNE R. BROZEK MANUFACTURER
NO LOAD TO FULL LOADGENERAL NOISE LEVEL CHANGE ON HIGH SPEED POLYPHASE INDUCTION MOTORS
         72-09       GENERAL      P. INBAU     MANUFACTURER
TECHNICAL TRAINING FOR CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL
          OF LIGHTNING PROTECTIONG. WALSH MANUFACTURER
A REVIEW72-11                      AND
                     MANUFACTURING GROUNDING PRACTICES
         72-12
LOCATING CABLE FAULTS             C. A.
                     MANUFACTURING MALONEY     MANUFACTURER
         EXPERIENCE AND EVALUATION J. FRITZ USER
A USER'S 72-13                    R.
                     MANUFACTURINGOF NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF POWER CABLES
          APPROACH TO MOTOR CIRCUIT PROTECTION
A BETTER72-16        CHEMICAL                  MANUFACTURER
                                  R. O. D. WHITT
         DIP PROTECTION WITH DC MOTOR STARTER COILS
VOLTAGE 72-17        CHEMICAL     K. W. CARRICKUSER           R. E. LONGUSER
         72-18       CHEMICAL     N. G. JENEWEIN
                                               MANUFACTURER
PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN VACUUM QUENCH STARTERS FOR HIGH VOLTAGE MOTOR APPLICATIONS
         72-19       MANUFACTURING/CHEMICAL
                                  L. E. INVOLVEMENT
ELECTRICAL SAFETY AND THE ENGINEERS EVANS USER
         72-21       PRODUCTION L. V. LEGG
SUBMERSIBLES AND THEIR PROPER APPLICATION MANUFACTURER                  MANUFACTURER
                                                              D. C. JORDAN
         72-22       PRODUCTION C. L. BOWMAN
POWER FACTOR - CAUSE, EFFECT, CORRECTION USER                           USER
                                                              P. H. HENRICHS
         72-23       PRODUCTION M. J. DELISLE  USER
APPLICATIONS OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS IN PETROLEUM PRODUCTING OPERATIONS
         72-24       PRODUCTION G. E. WESTERMANMANUFACTURER
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO TRANSIENT SURGE PROTECTION
         72-25
END DEVICE TECHNIQUESPRODUCTION M. E. HILL     USER
         CONSIDERATIONS IN THE APPLICATION OF SUPERVISORY CONTROL SYSTEMS
CRITICAL 72-26                                 MANUFACTURER
                     PRODUCTION W. R. LANGENBAHN
         72-31       TRANSPORTATION NAILEN MANUFACTURER
                                  R. L.
NEW ROTOR DESIGN CONCEPT SOLVES PIPELINE MOTOR ACCELERATION PROBLEMS


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         72-32         TRANSPORTATION SLIEF USER
                                   H. D.
APPLICATION OF VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES TO LIQUID PIPELINES
         72-33         DRIVE SYSTEMS W. PUMP AND COMPRESSOR APPLICATIONS
                                   H. FOR
ADJUSTABLE SPEED AC TRANSPORTATION WEISS MANUFACTURER
         72-34         TRANSPORTATION ZAHN MANUFACTURER
                                   J. R.
SOFT WIRED CONTROL OF PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS
         72-35         TRANSPORTATION TURNER
                                   E. B.
COMPUTER BASED SUPERVISORY CONTROL SYSTEMS      MANUFACTURER
         72-36         TRANSPORTATION LANE USER
                                   J. W.
DIGITAL COMPUTER CONTROL AND TESTING OF COMPRESSOR STATIONS
         73-01         INSTITUTE   E. F. MERRILL PRACTICE FOR SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS
AMERICAN PETROLEUM GENERAL RECOMMENDEDMANUFACTURER                         USER
                                                                 G. H. ST. ONGE
         73-02         GENERAL     H. J. THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY J. M. NORMAN
ALUMINUM CONDUCTOR TERMINATIONS IN NOBLE MANUFACTURER                      MANUFACTURER
         73-03         GENERAL     R. D. CHAMLEECONSULTANT       S. G. WOINSKY
                                                                           CONSULTANT
PREDICTING FLAMMABLE MATERIAL CLASSIFICATIONS FOR THE SELECTION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
         73-04         GENERAL     P. R. DONNELLY
CORROSION CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT       MANUFACTURER               USER
                                                                 M. C. DEODATI, JR
         73-05         GENERAL      LIGHT SOURCES
LUMINAIRE DESIGN CRITERIA FOR HID W. S. FARREL  MANUFACTURER
         73-06          FOR PRACTICAL N. SANDLER
CABLE PULLING DESIGNGENERAL                     CONSULTANT       S. VARTANIAN
                                   A. APPLICATIONS IN MODERN REFINERIES CONSULTANT
         73-07         GENERAL     M. H. - USE CONSULTANT
SHORT CIRCUIT ABC - LEARN IT IN AN HOURYUEN IT ANYWHERE, MEMORIZE NO FORMULA
         73-08         GENERAL     W. R. MORTON MANUFACTURER
NOISE CONSIDERATIONS ON LARGE PROCESS UNIT DRIVERS                         C
                                                                 T. C. AGAINONSULTANT
         73-09         GENERAL     M. MOTOR WITHMANUFACTURER
THE MARRIAGE OF THE MEDIUM THRUST D. MICHALICK THE IN-LINE PUMP
          BATTERIES (LEAD-ACID) PAST, W. LINDROSE, JR
CONTROL73-11                       C.           AND FUTURE PREDICTIONS
                       MANUFACTURINGPRESENT MANUFACTURER
         73-12         MANUFACTURING JAMISON ANUFACTURER
                                   G. B.        M                R. B. ADAMS
                                                                           MANUFACTURER
TEMPERATURE LIMITATIONS OF EQUIPMENT IN CLASSIFIED AREAS - HOW DETERMINED, HOW USED
         73-13         MANUFACTURING
                                   C. WARREN MANUFACTURER        K. NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF THERMAL IMAGING SYSTEMS IN INDUSTRIALFAULKNER    CONSULTANT
         73-14         MANUFACTURING DESIGN
                                   R. A.        MANUFACTURER
CORRUGATED METALLIC-SHEATHED CABLENELSON AND APPLICATIONS J. M. DALY       MANUFACTURER
         73-15         MANUFACTURING ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS OF FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKER FL
                                   R. M.
DESIGN, INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OFJACKSON    USER
         73-16         MANUFACTURING
                                   C. JACKSON USER
PETROCHEMICAL EXPERIENCE WITH VIBRATION ANALYSIS
         73-21         CHEMICAL
OPERATIONAL CONTROL STATEMENT E. P. WHEELER     USER
         73-22         CHEMICAL    R. BY STATIC CONTROLLER
VALVE SEQUENCING AND INTERLOCKINGB. HERBERT     MANUFACTURER
         73-23         CHEMICAL    T. B. PROTHROUSER
DESIGN AND SPECIFICATION CONSIDERATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF LARGE INDUSTRIAL RECTIFIERS AND TH
         73-24         CHEMICAL    T. DIP RESPONSE
TOTAL SYSTEM APPROACH TO VOLTAGE B. SMITH CONSULTANT             R. E. LONGUSER
         73-25         CHEMICAL    J. W. FRASURE
UNDERGROUND CABLE DESIGN FOR CHEMICAL PLANTS    USER                       USER
                                                                 C. A. PECORARO
          ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIONGOEPFERT
GREATER73-26           CHEMICAL                 MANUFACTURER      THROUGH  MANUFACTURER
                                   G. FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT D. J. SMITH NEW TECHNOLOGY
         73-31         PRODUCTION J. RUSSELL MANUFACTURER
REMOTE OPERATION OF MULTIPLE CHROMATOGRAPHS
         API-RP500B - CLASSIFICATION OF THOMPSON ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
THE NEW 73-32                                   USER
                       PRODUCTION C. C. AREAS FOR
         73-34         PRODUCTION W. A. SHORTMANUFACTURER
NEW LIGHTING LEVELS FOR THE PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES
         73-35         PRODUCTION R. F. WOLL MANUFACTURER
EFFECT OF UNBALANCED VOLTAGE ON THE OPERATION OF POLYPHASE INDUCTION MOTORS
         73-35         PRODUCTION W. E. STEMEN  USER
POWER AND COMMUNICATION REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS                          MANUFACTURER
                                                                 C. J. DOMIANO
         73-41         TRANSPORTATION WHITESIDE
                                   A. E.        CONSULTANT
INSTRUMENT SYSTEM DESIGN FOR MAJOR CRUDE OIL PIPELINE IN IRAN
          COMPUTERS TRANSPORTATION OSBORNE
APPLYING73-42                      W. H.        USER
                       TO TIME DEPENDENT PROCESSES
         73-43         TRANSPORTATION HUSKEY
                                   W. L.        MANUFACTURER
DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS OF MODERN SUPERVISORY CONTROL SYSTEMS
         73-45          NEGOTIATIONS FOR PIPELINE STATIONS
                                   H. A.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTTRANSPORTATION CHERRY        USER
         73-46         TRANSPORTATION EIDSON
                                   L. U.
ELECTRICAL SUBSTATIONS FOR PIPELINE SERVICE CONSULTANT
         74-01         GENERAL
UNDERSTANDING THE TEWAC MOTOR R. L. NAILEN MANUFACTURER
         74-02         GENERAL     R. THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY
RELIABILITY ANALYSIS AS IT RELATES TOC. SCOTT RESEARCH/OTHER
          MOTOR VIBRATION - HOW TO SPECIFY, MEASURE AND EVALUATE
ELECTRIC74-04          GENERAL     R. EIS       MANUFACTURER
         74-05         GENERAL     W. H. LEVERS USER
THE ELECTRICAL ENGINEER'S CHALLENGE IN ENERGY CONSERVATION
         74-06         GENERAL     K. L. HANSON MANUFACTURER     F. D. MONITORING
                                                                           M
ROTOR PROTECTION OF LARGE MOTORS BY USE OF DIRECT TEMPERATURE SMITH ANUFACTURER
         74-07         GENERAL     J. J. IN CLASSIFIED AREAS
AMERICAN VS EUROPEAN MATERIAL USED MARES CONSULTANT                        CONSULTANT
                                                                 D. D. TEMPLEMAN
         74-08         GENERAL     W. R. MORTON
ECONOMICS OF AC ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES ON PUMPSMANUFACTURER
         74-09          CONCEPT    M. R. SMITH MANUFACTURER
CLASS R FUSES - A NEWGENERAL FOR LOW VOLTAGE (600 V OR LESS) PROTECTION
         74-11         MANUFACTURING AZBILL USER
                                   D. C.
USER'S PROBLEMS WITH PRESENT DAY ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
         74-12         MANUFACTURING JACKSON
                                   R. M.        USER
A RELIABLE BACK-UP POWER SUPPLY FOR CRITICAL LOADS                         USER
                                                                 R. D. QUARESMA
         74-13         ECONOMIC VOLTAGE SELECTION
                                   C. R.        MANUFACTURER     H.
PRACTICES AFFECTING MANUFACTURING ST. PIERRE FOR REFINERIESE. SANDER       USER
         74-14         - LOW VOLTAGE HEATING OF MOTORS
                                   D. V.
SOLID STATE CONTROL MANUFACTURING DIKINIS CONSULTANT             M. H. YUENCONSULTANT
         74-15         MANUFACTURING McILVEEN
FIRE RETARDANT CABLE SYSTEMS       E. E.        MANUFACTURER
         74-16
1974 CODE PANEL                    S. P.
                       MANUFACTURING AXE        USER
         74-21         CHEMICAL    H. J. HEATING SYSTEM
SELF-CONTROLLED VARIABLE RESISTANCECAHILL USER                             USER
                                                                 C. J. ERICKSON
         74-22         CHEMICAL    D. YAUCH     MANUFACTURER
A DIFFERENTIAL CURRENT MEASURING SYSTEM FOR LOCATION AND MEASUREMENT OF LEAKAGE CURRENTS IN


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         74-23       CHEMICAL
MOTOR SURFACE TEMPERATURE
         74-24       CHEMICAL     J VIEWPOINT
PACKAGED CONTROL HOUSES - USER'S MORROW CONSULTANT
         74-25       CHEMICAL     A. G. FORSTERUSER
CELL SHOCKS - NOT NECESSARY IN CHLORINE CELL ROOMS
         LIMIT        FOR LARGE J. D. RUSSELL, INDUCTION MOTORS REGOTTI
THERMAL 74-26 CURVESCHEMICAL SQUIRREL CAGEJR   MANUFACTURER   A. A.     MANUFACTURER
         74-31       PRODUCTION J. R. STOLTZ USER
THE APPLICATION OF WELL LOAD MONITORS TO BEAM PUMPING
         74-32       PRODUCTION
WHAT ROLE FOR PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
          A COMMUNICATION CHALLENGE WALKERUSER SEA
EKOFISK -74-33       PRODUCTION J. F. OF THE NORTH                      USER
                                                              T. D. ESTES
         74-34       FIELD DISTRIBUTION PROTECTION
CUSTOMER-UTILITY OIL PRODUCTION W. E. SHULA USER COORDINATION
         74-35       PRODUCTION G. R. TAYLOR   MANUFACTURER
NEW CONCEPTS IN MOTOR AND MOTOR CIRCUIT PROTECTION
         74-38       PRODUCTION
LOAD FLOW ANALYSIS OF DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM BY DIGITAL COMPUTER
         74-41       TRANSPORTATION VERHIEL
                                  A. L.        USER
ELECTRICAL SUBSTATIONS FOR PIPELINE PUMP AND COMPRESSOR STATIONS
         74-42       TRANSPORTATION ALLEE CONSULTANT
                                  J. W.
DEEPWATER OFFSHORE TANKER TERMINALS                           J. MOSELEYCONSULTANT
         74-43       TRANSPORTATION
                                  F. SYSTEM USER              G. MOELLENKAMP
                                                                        USER
A MULTI-PURPOSE COMPUTER CONTROLFARMER FOR GAS PIPELINE COMPRESSOR STATIONS
         74-44       TRANSPORTATION GRAY LIQUIDS PIPELINE PUMPING STATION
                                  R. E.
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER APPLICATION ON A CONSULTANT
         74-45       TRANSPORTATIONPROTECTION
THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL MACHINERYW. B. BROWN     MANUFACTURER
         74-46       TRANSPORTATION McFADDEN
                                  R. H.        MANUFACTURER
LARGE PIPELINE MOTORS AND BRIEF POWER INTERRUPTION
         75-01       GENERAL      S. TELANDER
VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKER METALCLAD SWITCHGEAR    MANUFACTURER
         75-02       GENERAL      T. J. ROE    USER           R. G. BAGGS
COMPUTER CONTROL OF AN INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEM WITH IN-PLANT GENERATION CONSULTANT
         75-03       GENERAL      T. HAMMACKMANUFACTURER
SELF-LIMITING HEATERS - NEW CONCEPT TO SOLVE OLD PROBLEMS ECONOMICALLY
         75-04       INDUSTRIES INTERFACE WITH REGULATORY & GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES
CONTINUOUS PROCESSGENERAL                      USER
                                  B. W. WHITTINGTON
         GENERATION -GENERALCONSIDERATIONSCONSULTANT
IN-PLANT 75-05        DESIGN      S. STOLLER FOR INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES
         75-06       GENERAL      G. W. STAATS RESEARCH/OTHER
INDUCTION AND SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS COMPARED FOR SYSTEM STABILITY
         75-07       GENERAL      K. PROTECTION
TRADEOFFS IN MOTOR BRANCH CIRCUIT L. PAAPE MANUFACTURER
         75-08        CAGE CONSTRUCTION IN LARGE INDUCTION MOTORS
FABRICATED ALUMINUMGENERAL        J. L. CRAGGSMANUFACTURER
         EXPERIENCE WITH 600 VOLT R. L. SANDSTEDT
A USER'S 75-09       GENERAL                   USER
                                  ALUMINUM CONDUCTORS                   U
                                                              R. B. WEST SER
         75-11       MANUFACTURING BURT MANUFACTURER
                                  F. N.
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONICS AND CONTROL CIRCUITS
         75-12       MANUFACTURING CHAMLEE
                                  R. D.
CABLE TRAY INSTALLATION FOR PROCESS PLANTS CONSULTANT                   CONSULTANT
                                                              G. W. SWANSON
         SOURCES, TECHNIQUES & ECONOMICS MANUFACTURER
LIGHTING 75-13       MANUFACTURINGR. VANDERCOOK                         MANUFACTURER
                                                              R. McDANIEL
         75-14       MANUFACTURINGR. KEITH     MANUFACTURER
ENGINEERING WITH ALUMINUM IN PETROLEUM PROCESSING PLANTS
         75-15       MANUFACTURING HAMILTON
                                  D. E.
WHAT DOES A COAL MINE LOOK LIKE ELECTRICALLY?  MANUFACTURER
         75-16       MANUFACTURING ST. ONGE
                                  G. H.        USER
RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE (NFPA 70B)
         75-21       SERVICE RELIABILITY THROUGH TEAMWORK BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL PLANT AND THE E
IMPROVED ELECTRICAL CHEMICAL      J. T. WOODS USER
         75-22       CHEMICAL     J. INDUSTRY  MANUFACTURER
THE INDUCTION GENERATOR IN TODAY'SD. RUSSELL, JR.
         75-23       CHEMICAL     J. INDUSTRIALMANUFACTURER
UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY FOR T. MITCHELL CONTROL & SYSTEMS
         75-24       CHEMICAL     T. E. GATES USER
UNDERSTANDING AND EVALUATING PRESENT AND FUTURE ELECTRIC UTILITY RATES
         75-25       CHEMICAL     R. O. OHLSON MANUFACTURER
PERFORMANCE & APPLICATION OF A MOLDED CASE, NON-FUSED, CURRENT-LIMITING CIRCUIT BREAKER
         75-26       CHEMICAL     D. F. MILLER MANUFACTURER
APPLICATION GUIDE FOR SHUNT CAPACITORS ON INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS AT MEDIUM VOLTAGE LEV
         75-31       PRODUCTION W. R. SCRIMES  CONSULTANT
APPLICATION OF ELECTRIC MOTORS IN OILWELL PUMPING SERVICE
         75-32       PRODUCTION FOR APPLICATIONS OF RESTRICTED BREATHING MATERIAL FOR HAZARDO
THEORETICAL BASE AND EXPERIENCE K. VonANGREN   RESEARCH/OTHER
         75-33       PRODUCTION P. ZILKO
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS IN PROCESS INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURER
         75-34       PRODUCTION S. SCARBOROUGH
DEHYDRATOR CONTROL SYSTEMS                     CONSULTANT
         75-35       PRODUCTION F. A. WOODBURY MANUFACTURER
ELECTRICAL DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR DRILLING RIGS                      USER
                                                              P. J. THOMAS
         75-36       PRODUCTION TO HUGHES      USER
LIMITED APPLICATION OF MICROLOGICC. H.OFFSHORE PRODUCTION
         75-41       TRANSPORTATION
                                  SPEED HUMAN  USER
PIPELINE CONTROL ROOM DESIGN TO W. H. OSBORNEREACTION
         75-42       TRANSPORTATION NELSONCONSULTANT
                                  J. E.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS TO PIPELINE CONTROL
         75-43       IN METERING & LEAK DETECTION
                                  R. D.        U              C. W. CRIDER
                                                                        USER
MINI-COMPUTERS USEDTRANSPORTATION PHILLIPS SER SYSTEMS FOR PETROLEUM PIPELINES
         75-44       TRANSPORTATION
COMPUTERIZED GAS MEASUREMENT M. C. WHITENER    USER
         75-45       TRACING
SKIN EFFECT CURRENT TRANSPORTATIONB. BURPEE CONSULTANT                  MANUFACTURER
                                                              N. B. CARSON
         75-46       TRANSPORTATION
                                  W. EDRINGTON  MOTOR LOAD
CENTRIFUGAL PUMP CONTROL - PRESSURE, FLOW,CONSULTANT
         75-47       TRANSPORTATION DRIVE SYSTEM
                                   PUMP
HIGH EFFICIENCY ADJUSTABLE SPEEDJ. GUYESKA MANUFACTURER
         75-51       ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                  L. F. CAVENDISH
                                               USER           R. A. ZIELKE
ONE YEAR OPERATING EXPERIENCE OF LARGE ELECTROCHEMICAL SCR RECTIFIERS   MANUFACTURER
         75-52       ELECTROCHEMICAL HAGEMOEN
                                  S. W.
IMPROVING THE CAPACITY OF A HIGH CURRENT BUS   USER


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          FABRICATION ELECTROCHEMICAL WHINNERY, JR. INSTALLATION
DESIGN & 75-53                       HIGH        CONSULTANT
                       CRITERIA FORW. D. CURRENT BUS
         76-01        GENERAL       K. VonANGREN RESEARCH/OTHER
THEORETICAL PRINCIPLES ON THE RESTRICTED BREATHING PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS IN POTENTIAL EXPLOS
         76-02        GENERAL       R. L. NAILEN
SEPARABLE CONNECTORS FOR LARGE MOTORS MANUFACTURER                         USER
                                                                 L. B. McCLUNG
         76-03        GENERAL       R. AND OPPORTUNITIES
METRIC MOTOR STANDARDS, PROBLEMSL. NAILEN MANUFACTURER
         76-04        GENERAL       J. E. WALDRON
INNOVATIONS IN SOLID STATE PROTECTIVE RELAYS     MANUFACTURER
         76-05
THE ECOFISK STORY GENERAL           T. R. SHAW USER
         76-06        GENERAL       J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS
THE REALITY OF HIGH RESISTANCE GROUNDING MANUFACTURER
         76-07        GENERAL       A. H. BONNETTMANUFACTURER
THE CAUSE OF WINDING FAILURES IN THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTORS
         76-08        GENERAL       G. A. GHIRARDI
                                                 MANUFACTURER    R. W. MILLS
ENCLOSURES FOR LARGE MOTORS FOR THE PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL INDUSTRY        MANUFACTURER
         76-09         SYSTEM FOR AN G. HOFFMANN
ENERGY MANAGEMENT GENERAL                        MANUFACTURER
                                    A. INDUSTRIAL PLANT
         76-11        MANUFACTURING BICKNELL
                                    H. C.        MANUFACTURER    W. R. MORTON
                                                                           MANUFACTURER
ENGINEERING TEST CODES AND STANDARDS FOR MOTORS, CONTROLLERS, SWITCHGEAR AND TRANSFORMERS
         76-12        MANUFACTURING  VOLTAGE EQUIPMENT FOR SOLIDLY GROUNDED WYE ELECTRICAL SERVIC
GROUND FAULT PROTECTION OF LOW A. L. RICHARD     MANUFACTURER
         76-13        MANUFACTURINGIN DESIGN AND INSTALLATION STANDARDS
                                    E.
INTRINSICALLY SAFE SYSTEMS - TRENDSC. MAGISON    MANUFACTURER
         76-14        MANUFACTURING ALUMINUM
                                    T. OF        MANUFACTURER    W. R. MORTON
                                                                           MANUFACTURER
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE USE C. JOHNSON ALLOYS FOR INTEGRAL HORSEPOWER MOTORS
         76-15        MANUFACTURING  VOLTAGE CABLE
A GUIDE TO INSTALLATION OF MEDIUMW. A. BEASLEY   MANUFACTURER
         76-16
LIGHTNING ELIMINATION               R. B.        CONSULTANT
                      MANUFACTURING CARPENTER, JR.
         76-21        CHEMICAL      J. W. FRASUREUSER
ENERGY CONSIDERATIONS IN THE SPECIFICATION AND PURCHASE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL
         76-22        CHEMICAL      H. SYSTEMS
ELECTRICAL ENERGY LOSSES IN POWER N. HICKOKMANUFACTURER
          ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS FOR CHEMICAL PLANT DESIGN
TRAINING 76-23        CHEMICAL      D. M. DALLALCONSULTANT
         76-24        CHEMICAL      C. J. KALUPACONSULTANT
A GUIDE FOR DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL CABLE TRAY SYSTEMS
         76-25        CHEMICAL      L. D. IN EXPLOSIONPROOF ENCLOSURES
THE TESTING OF COMBINATION STARTERS WRIGHTMANUFACTURER
           DRIVES FOR LARGE COMPRESSORS
ELECTRIC76-26         CHEMICAL      J. C. MOORE MANUFACTURER
         76-31        PRODUCTION J. IN-LINE PUMPS
IN-LINE PUMP MOTORS VS MOTORS FOR W. RINARDMANUFACTURER
         76-32
ARCTIC DUTY MOTORS PRODUCTION V. R. BINNS MANUFACTURER           R. B. COLEMANUFACTURER
           MOTOR DESIGN FOR OIL WELLW. WOLL MANUFACTURER
ELECTRIC76-33         PRODUCTION R. WALKING BEAM PUMPS
           IN AN      PRODUCTION W. BASE
CHANGES76-34 ELECTRIC UTILITY'S FUELA. KRALIKUSER
         76-35        PRODUCTION J. A. ADKISON   USER
AN APPLICATION OF A PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER IN AN OILFIELD SYSTEM
         76-36        PRODUCTION C. A. LISTER MANUFACTURER
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS IN MEDIUM VOLTAGE STARTERS FOR UL STANDARDS
         76-41        TRANSPORTATIONH. SUMITANI MANUFACTURER
                                                        CONTINENTAL PIPELINE CO
                                                                 K.
ACTUAL LOAD VS EQUIVALENT LOAD TESTS OF LARGE PIPELINE MOTORS KUSUMOTO             CONTINENTAL PIPELI
                                                                           MANUFACTURER
         76-42        TRANSPORTATION PAYNE, JR.
                                    H. B.
PROTECTION FOR ELECTRIC VALVE ACTUATORS MANUFACTURER
         76-43        TRANSPORTATION MOTOR PROTECTION
                                    I. D.
GROUNDING AND RELAYING FOR PIPELINE VALENTINE    MANUFACTURER              MANUFACTURER
                                                                 A. A. REGOTTI
         76-44        TRANSPORTATION BERGSTROEM
                                    L. H.        MANUFACTURER
HIGH VOLTAGE DC TRANSMISSION APPLICATIONS OFFSHORE                         MANUFACTURER
                                                                 K. ERIKSSON
         76-45
COMPUTERIZED DRAFTING               B. E.
                      TRANSPORTATION EWERS USER
         76-46         DOCKS FOR SHIPS TRANSFERRING HAZARDOUS CARGOES
                                    A. S.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY ATTRANSPORTATION BROWNCONSULTANT                         CONSULTANT
                                                                 K. B. WADHWA
         76-51        ELECTROCHEMICALMOOREMANUFACTURER
                                     TO
APPLICATION OF POWER CAPACITORSA. H.ELECTROCHEMICAL RECTIFIER SYSTEMS
         76-52        ELECTROCHEMICAL HAGEMOEN
                                    S. W.
IMPROVING THE CAPACITY OF A HIGH CURRENT DCUSER   BUS
         76-53        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    J. H. GALLOWAY
                                                 USER
POWER FACTOR AND LOAD CHARACTERISTICS FOR THYRISTOR ELECTROCHEMICAL RECTIFIERS
          "BLACK      GENERAL       F. W. KUSSY MANUFACTURER
THE NEW 77-01 BOX" IN CONVENTIONAL MOTOR CONTROL APPLICATIONS
         77-02        GENERAL       D. R. RIGGENBACH
                                                 MANUFACTURER
AN ADVANCED LUBRICATION SYSTEM FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS
         77-03         INCENTIVES FORL. FUNK MANUFACTURER
ESTIMATING ECONOMICGENERAL                                       D. AN APPLICATIONS APPROACH
                                                                           M
                                    G. COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEMS:E. SMITH ANUFACTURER
           OF WINDING FAILURES IN THREE BONNETT
ANALYSIS77-04         GENERAL                    MANUFACTURER
                                    A. H. PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS
         77-05        GENERAL       H. M. EFFECTS
CABLE DERATING PARAMETERS AND THEIR KNUTSON, JR  CONSULTANT                C
                                                                 B. B. MILES ONSULTANT
         77-06        GENERAL       V. E. FOR IMPROVED OPERATING RELIABILITY
EVALUATING MOTOR GROUND INSULATION MANNI MANUFACTURER
         77-07        GENERAL       C.
PLACING A 20,000 HP MOTOR IN SERVICE J. ERICKSON USER                      USER
                                                                 W. G. MORRISON
         77-08        GENERAL       J. HALFERTYMANUFACTURER
APPLICATION OF MODERN MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS
         77-09        GENERAL       D. H. PRICHETT
                                                 MANUFACTURER
THE EFFECT OF HYDRAULICS AND THRUST CONDITIONS ON THE LIFE OF VERTICAL MOTOR BEARINGS
         77-11        MANUFACTURING DOUBLE-ENDED INDUSTRIAL SUBSTATIONS
                                    G. R.
OVERCURRENT RELAY COORDINATION FORHORCHER        CONSULTANT
         77-12        MANUFACTURING JACKSON
                                    R. M.        USER
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION INSPECTION AND TESTING GUIDELINES
         77-13        MANUFACTURINGH. SHORTMANUFACTURER
                                    W.
HIGHLIGHTS OF PROPOSED OSHA ELECTRICAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
         77-14        MANUFACTURING ADAMS USER
                                    R. B.
1978 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE CHANGES- A COMMENTARY                        MANUFACTURER
                                                                 G. B. JAMISON
           THE        MANUFACTURING DUNKI-JACOBS
                                    J. R.        MANUFACTURER
STATE OF77-15 ART OF SYSTEM GROUNDING AND GROUND FAULT PROTECTION
         77-16        MANUFACTURINGB. WILSON
                                    W.           MANUFACTURER
INDUSTRIAL TURBINE ENERGY SUPPLY SYSTEMS- AN ECONOMIC WAY TO SAVE ENERGY


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         77-21          CHEMICAL     R. G. BARTHELD
MOTOR SURFACE TEMPERATURES IN HAZARDOUS AREAS     MANUFACTURER
         77-22          CHEMICAL     T. ORBECK MANUFACTURER      W. PAGE MANUFACTURER
PERFORMANCE AND SAFETY CAPABILITIES OF SILICONE LIQUID AS INSULATING LIQUID FOR HIGH VOLTAGE TRAN
         77-23          CHEMICAL     P. G. CUMMINGS
                                                  MANUFACTURER
POWER AND CURRENT PULSATIONS OF AN INDUCTION MOTOR CONNECTED TO A RECIPROCATING COMPRESSO
         77-24          CHEMICAL
CABLE TRAY DESIGN FOR FIRE PROTECTIONF. L. BANTA MANUFACTURER
         77-25          CHEMICAL     J. VOLT MOTORUSER
COMPUTER DESIGN AND PRICING OF 480H. CATES, JR CONTROL CENTERS
         77-26          CHEMICAL     M. W. ROSS MANUFACTURER     D. J. GLENN
                                                                           MANUFACTURER
METAL-ENCLOSED INTERRUPTER SWITCHGEAR FOR SWITCHING AND PROTECTION OF MEDIUM VOLTAGE INDUS
          SYSTEMS FORPRODUCTION BE USED IN PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL PLANT ENVIRONMENTS
COATING 77-31            MOTORS TO T. J. BEEBE MANUFACTURER      J. D. LORDMANUFACTURER
         77-32          CHEMICAL     A. H. BONNETT
VACUUM IMPREGNATION OF LARGE RANDOM WOUND STATORS MANUFACTURER             MANUFACTURER
                                                                 D. L. RIMMEL
         77-33          CHEMICAL     D. CHAPPIE MANUFACTURER INC E. WALDRON
MOTOR PROTECTION USING SOLID STATE PROTECTIVE RELAYS     GOULD,  J.               GOULD,
                                                                           MANUFACTURER INC
           OF NEMA'S ENERGY MANAGEMENT GUIDE FOR THE SELECTION AND USE OF POLYPHASE MOTORS
A REVIEW77-34           PRODUCTION R. L. HOULTON  MANUFACTURER
         77-35          PRODUCTION M. L. BORCHELT USER
CHANGING CONSTRAINTS ON ELECTRIC UTILITY SYSTEM PLANNING                   USER
                                                                 T. V. SHOCKLEY
         77-36          PRODUCTION C. DUTY ENVIRONMENTS
HIGH EFFICIENCY MOTORS FOR SEVERE G. BILLER MANUFACTURER
         77-41          TRANSPORTATION
                                     H. LEWIS     CONSULTANT
LARGE MOTORS ON LIMITED CAPACITY TRANSMISSION LINES                        MANUFACTURER
                                                                 F. WOODBURY
         77-42          TRANSPORTATION
CAPACITOR STARTING OF LARGE MOTORS   J. STOUT     USER
         77-43          TRANSPORTATION BEER MANUFACTURER
                                     R. R.
PRACTICE AND ACCEPTED RULES OF SHIELDING POWER CABLES                      MANUFACTURER
                                                                 R. A. NELSON
         77-44          TRANSPORTATION TURNER
                                     E. B.
OIL PIPELINE APPLICATIONS OF MICROPROCESSORS      USER
         77-45
PIPELINE LEAK DETECTION              W. L.        C
                        TRANSPORTATION POWELL ONSULTANT
         77-46          TRANSPORTATION ECONOMICS
                                     W. H.
SHORT-CIRCUIT DUTY - COORDINATION ANDNICHOLS      MANUFACTURER
         77-51          ELECTROCHEMICAL
ECONOMICS OF LARGE BUS SYSTEMS D. L. PEMBERTON    USER
         77-52          ELECTROCHEMICAL SWITCHING
                                     CELL
VACUUM SWITCH FOR ELECTROLYTIC R. M. HRUDA MANUFACTURER
          LIMITING FUSE UPDATE-NEW DEVELOPMENTS, NEW STYLE FOR PROTECTION OF SEMICONDUCTING D
CURRENT77-53                         T. M.
                        ELECTROCHEMICALCRNKO MANUFACTURER
         78-01          GENERAL      J. B. KAUFMANONSULTANT
                                                  C
NEW CONCEPT IN UNDERGROUND CABLE DISTRIBUTION FOR PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS AND PETROLEUM REFINE
         78-02          GENERAL      P. A. TUREK USER
COGENERATION AT A LARGE PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX                              USER
                                                                 B. D. HELTON
         78-03          GENERAL      P. S. SYSTEMS
SOME ASPECTS OF ISOLATED GENERATIONEVJEN CONSULTANT
         78-04          APPLICATION OFRUFFINI USER
EXPERIENCE WITH AND GENERAL          L. HEAT SHRINK CABLE ACCESSORIES
         78-05          GENERAL      T. B. SMITH CONSULTANT
AREA CLASSIFICATION-PAST,PRESENT, AND FUTURE
         78-06          GENERAL      H. M. CARBONE
IS A 25% MARGIN FOR CRITICAL SPEED SATISFACTORY?  MANUFACTURER             MANUFACTURER
                                                                 J. D. EDICK
         78-07          GENERAL      A. H. BONNETTMANUFACTURER
PREVENTION OF WINDING FAILURES IN THREE PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS
         78-11          MANUFACTURING JACKSON
                                     R. M.        USER
PURCHASED POWER OR ON-SITE GENERATION, WHY NOT BOTH?
          TRENDS IN ELECTRICAL RATES
CURRENT78-12            MANUFACTURINGR. DANIELS USER
         78-13          MANUFACTURINGOF LARGEMANUFACTURER
                                     D.                          J. J. SERVING
                                                                           CONSULTANT
CONSIDERATIONS INVOLVED IN THE USE B. CARSON480 VOLT SUBSTATIONS MARES MOTOR CONTROL CENTER
         78-14          AND THEIR APPLICATION TO HIGH VOLTAGE
                                     M.
VACUUM CONTACTORS MANUFACTURINGJ. BAKER MANUFACTURER MOTOR STARTERS
         78-15          MANUFACTURINGR. MASSA
INSPECTION AND TESTING OF PROTECTIVE RELAY SYSTEMSUSER
         78-16          MANUFACTURINGH. YUEN CONSULTANT
                                     M.                          W. A. FENNER
UPGRADING ELECTRICAL RELIABILITY AND FLEXIBILITY FOR A CHEMICAL PLANT CONSULTANT
         78-21          CHEMICAL
TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF CHANGE          C. R. OLSON MANUFACTURER
         78-22          CHEMICAL     J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS
                                                  MANUFACTURER   R. H. KERRMANUFACTURER
A PHYSICAL PERCEPTION AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF GROUPED SINGLE-PHASED INDUCTION MOTORS
         78-23           HIGH SPEED SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
APPLICATION OF LARGECHEMICAL                      CONSULTANT
                                     H. E. ALBRIGHT
         78-24          CHEMICAL     V. J. MAGGIOLI
                                                  USER
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS IN PROCESS CONTROL APPLICATIONS
         78-25          CHEMICAL     W. G. STIFFLER
                                                  MANUFACTURER   F. COOK MANUFACTURER
LABORATORY EVALUATION AND PERFORMANCE TESTING OF HIGH VOLTAGE SEALED INSULATION SYSTEMS FOR
         78-26          CHEMICAL     J. NEVELSTEENCONSULTANT
VIBRATIONS, CAUSES AND EFFECTS ON LARGE ELECTRIC MOTORS
         78-31          PRODUCTION Z.
PROTECTING MOTORS FROM BURNOUT BRANDENSTEIN       MANUFACTURER
         78-32          PRODUCTION J. A. TUBBESING VOLTAGE MOTOR L. RICHARD
                                                  LOW
STANDARDS AND APPLICATIONS FOR MEDIUM AND MANUFACTURER                     MANUFACTURER
                                                                 A. PROTECTION
         78-33          PRODUCTION R. F. CORRECTION OF THREE
USE OF CAPACITORS FOR POWER FACTOR WOLL MANUFACTURER PHASE INDUCTION MOTORS
         78-34          PRODUCTION I. W. HYND CONSULTANT
LATEST METHODS ON AUTOMATIC PUMP OFF CONTROLS
         78-35          PRODUCTION D. N. ALCOCK   MANUFACTURER
THE EQUIPMENT FOR AND ECONOMICS OF VARIABLE-FLOW WELL PUMPING
         78-36          PRODUCTION J. E. VANDEVIERMANUFACTURER   L. E. HOCUTT
                                                                           MANUFACTURER
GENERATOR SELECTION FOR THE RELIABLE OPERATION OF SUBMERSIBLE CENTRIFUGAL PUMP MOTORS
           UTILITY FLICKER LIMITATIONS K. WALKER
ELECTRIC78-41                        M.
                        TRANSPORTATION            USER
         78-42          TRANSPORTATION BARR
                                     H. E.
STARTING REQUIREMENTS OF PIPELINE MOTORS MANUFACTURER
         78-43          TRANSPORTATION
                                     J.
FLOW RATE CONTROL WITH AC MOTORSS. PAPEZ MANUFACTURER
         78-44          TRANSPORTATION
                                     "EXPLOSION-PROOF" ENCLOSURE USED FOR ELECTROMECHANICAL SWIT
OPTIMIZING THE DESIGN OF A NEMA 7 P. A. BOLLINGER MANUFACTURER
         78-45          TRANSPORTATION STARTERS WITH INVERSE-TIME CHARACTERISTICS TO U.L. HIGH AVA
                                     L. D.
SHORT-CIRCUIT TESTING OF COMBINATIONWRIGHTMANUFACTURER
         78-46          TRANSPORTATION VERHIEL
                                     A. L.        USER
MITIGATION OF AC AND LIGHTNING EFFECTS ON PIPELINES, PIPELINE APPURT- ENANCES AND ASSOC. CORROSI


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         78-51         CONSIDERATIONS FOR HIGH
                                  A. G.
SYMPOSIUM ON DESIGNELECTROCHEMICALFORSTER CURRENT BOLTEDA. G. CRAIG, JR
                                               USER               BUS JOINTS
                                                       ULRICH COPPER, INC  USER   ULRICH COPPER, INC
         78-52        ELECTROCHEMICALMOOREMANUFACTURER
                                  A. H.
PARALLEL OPERATION OF ELECTROCHEMICAL RECTIFIERS
         78-53        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                  FOR THE USES OF HIGH CURRENT RECTIFIERS
FUSE APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS C. MULERTT MANUFACTURER                    MANUFACTURER
                                                                 J. M. DU PAN
         78-8A
MOTOR EFFICIENCY      GENERAL                  USER
                                  R. J. BUSCHART
         78-8B        GENERAL     W. D. BOWERS
INDUCTION MOTOR EFFICIENCY TEST METHODS MANUFACTURER                       MANUFACTURER
                                                                 P. G. CUMMINGS
         78-8C        GENERAL     H. E. JORDAN
EFFICIENCY TESTING OF INDUCTION MACHINES       MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                 A. L. GATTOZZI
         78-8D        GENERAL
MOTOR EFFICIENCY TEST METHODS A. R. GILMOUR    MANUFACTURER
         79-01        GENERAL     A. H. CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS
UNDERSTANDING EFFICIENCY IN SQUIRRELBONNETT    MANUFACTURER
         79-02        GENERAL     R. L. NAILEN MANUFACTURER
TRANSIENT SURGES AND MOTOR PROTECTION
         79-03        GENERAL     E. H. HARRISON
                                               MANUFACTURER
ADVANTAGES OF LARGE SOLID-POLE BRUSHLESS SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS FOR CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR D
         79-04        GENERAL     J. E. OWENS USER
ELECTROSTATIC IGNITION HAZARDS WITH FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS                      USER
                                                                 B. E. SCHORN
         79-05        GENERAL     R. P. STRATFORD
                                               MANUFACTURER
HARMONIC POLLUTION ON POWER SYSTEMS - A CHANGE IN PHILOSOPHY
         79-06        GENERAL     T. PROBLEMS FROM
A CASE OF POWER SYSTEM HARMONICS E. GATES USER THYRISTOR DRIVES
         79-07        GENERAL
MODERN LUBRICATION PRACTICES                   MANUFACTURER
                                  P. R. WEIHSMANN                          MANUFACTURER
                                                                 W. L. SUBLER
          HEATING - TAKE ANOTHER LOOKERICKSON
ELECTRIC79-08         GENERAL     C. J.        USER
         79-09        GENERAL     H. EXISTING SWITCHGEAR
EXPANSION OF A POWER SYSTEM USINGN. HICKOKMANUFACTURER
         79-11        MANUFACTURING
                                  D. FITZPATRICK
                                               ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
TRANSIENT PHENOMENA IN THE MOTOR CONTROL MANUFACTURER
         79-12        MANUFACTURING BOTTRELL
                                  G. W.        CONSULTANT
MOTOR BEHAVIOR THROUGH POWER SYSTEM DISTURBANCES                 L. Y. YU CONSULTANT
         79-13        MANUFACTURING KOVACSCONSULTANT
                                  J. P.
ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS OF POWER TRANSFORMER SELECTION AND OPERATION
         79-14        MANUFACTURINGP. KRAEMER
                                  W.           CONSULTANT
TESTING & START-UP PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER SYSTEMS
         79-15         SYSTEM FOR LARGE COMPUTER FACILITIES
                                  M.
MULTI-FREQUENCY UPSMANUFACTURINGH. YUEN CONSULTANT                         CONSULTANT
                                                                 W. A. FENNER
         INSULATION MATERIAL & CABLE LIFE
TREEING, 79-16                    H. C.
                      MANUFACTURING DOEPKEN, JRMANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                 A. L. McKEAN
         79-21        CHEMICAL    R. E. SIECK MANUFACTURER       P. F. SCHWEIZER
                                                                           MANUFACTURER
AN ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY COST TRENDS ON ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SELECTION FOR THE PETRO-CHEMICA
         79-22        CHEMICAL    L. B. McCLUNG A MODERN LARGE POLYETHYLENE PLANT
ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM DESIGN FEATURES OF SER U                           CONSULTANT
                                                                 C. R. PORCARO
         EXPERIENCE WITH ELECTRIC HEAT TRACING
A USER'S 79-23        CHEMICAL    L. W. MYERS USER
         79-24        CHEMICAL    L. W. PIERCEMANUFACTURER       R.
THE NONFLAMMABLE VAPORIZATION COOLED INDUSTRIAL TRANSFORMERE. GEARHART     MANUFACTURER
         79-25        CHEMICAL    F. FOR INDUSTRIAL POWER DISTRIBUTION USER
USE OF PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERSH. WALKER       USER                        SYSTEM
                                                                 R. W. CROOK, III MONITORING, CONTRO
         79-26         SOURCES    M. C. UNGLERT
HIGH EFFICIENCY LIGHTCHEMICAL & SYSTEMS        MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                 W. A. SHORT
         79-31        PRODUCTION J. A. WAFER MANUFACTURER
THE IMPACT OF SOLID STATE TECHNOLOGY ON MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS
         79-32        PRODUCTION R. G. LAWRENCEMANUFACTURER
A HIGH EFFICIENCY VARIABLE SPEED SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR DRIVE FOR PUMPS & FANS
         79-33        PRODUCTION M.
FIELD TESTING OF SUBMERSIBLE CABLE O. DURHAMSERU                 L. BOYER CONSULTANT
         79-34        PRODUCTION P. J. MOTORS
CONTROLLED STARTING OF AC INDUCTIONCOLLERAN    MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                 W. E. ROGERS
         79-35        PRODUCTION A. L. RICHARD, JR
OVERCURRENT DEVICES AND THE 1978 NEC           MANUFACTURER
         79-36        PRODUCTION R. B. CARPENTER, JR
TOTAL ISOLATION FROM LIGHTNING INFLUENCES CONSULTANT
         79-41        TRANSPORTATION
                                  TO LINE METERING
COLONIAL APPLIES MICROCOMPUTER R. N. LaBERGE   USER                        USER
                                                                 C. W. CRIDER
         79-42        TRANSPORTATION LaBRUSH ANUFACTURER
                                  E. C.        M
CONTROLLING TWO POLE INDUCTION MOTOR SYSTEM VIBRATION
         79-43        TRANSPORTATION SIECK MANUFACTURER
                                  R. E.                          C. PUMP MANUFACTURER
PIPELINE CHARACTERISTICS & ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS OF ELECTRICL. BECNEL    DRIVES
         79-44        TRANSPORTATION TURNER
                                  E. B.        USER
MICROPROCESSOR BASED UNIVERSAL MOTOR PROTECTION SYSTEM H. M. WILLEY        USER
         79-45        TRANSPORTATION RENNISON
                                  D. C.
PIPING NOISE - A FUNDAMENTAL APPROACH          CONSULTANT
         79-46        TRANSPORTATION SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
                                  E. L.
TORSIONAL COORDIATION OF HIGH SPEED OWEN MANUFACTURER - PART I
         79-51        ELECTROCHEMICALKOWALCZYK
                                  M. R.        MANUFACTURER      D. C. SINCLAIR
DEVELOPMENTS IN LIQUID METAL SWITCHES FOR ELECTROLYTIC CELL SHORTING       MANUFACTURER
         79-52        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                  J. J. KELLY CONSULTANT
TRANSFORMER FAULT DIAGNOSIS BY DISSOLVED GAS ANALYSIS
         79-53        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                  R. CELL LINE
FAULT CONTRIBUTION OF CHLOR-ALKALI M. HRUDA MANUFACTURER                   MANUFACTURER
                                                                 J. R. HARBAUGH
         80-01        GENERAL     P. J. SCHRAM RESEARCH/OTHER
NEW FACILITY FOR TESTING EXPLOSION-PROOF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
         80-02        GENERAL     K. FOR LOW MANUFACTURER
TRADE-OFFS IN OVERLOAD PROTECTIONL. PAAPE, SR  VOLTAGE MOTORS M. J. MANTHE MANUFACTURER
         80-03        GENERAL     V. CONTROLLERUSER
THE MICROCOMPUTER/PROGRAMMABLE J. MAGGIOLI SYNDROME
         80-04        GENERAL     D. A. JARC MANUFACTURER        J. D. ROBECHEK
STATIC INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVE CAPABILITIES FOR THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY MANUFACTURER
         80-05        GENERAL     R. IN UTILITY STEAM GENERATORS URICH CONSULTANT
CONVERSION OF FOSSIL FUELS FOR USEE. McMILLAN          CENTRAL LIGHT & POWER
                                               CONSULTANT        F.               CENTRAL LIGHT & PO
         80-06        GENERAL     J. C. GENTRYMANUFACTURER        OF SNYDERMANUFACTURER
TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS IN RECENT APPLICATIONG. J.8000 HP ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE
         80-07        GENERAL     A. SLEEVE MANUFACTURER         R. RISE AND
                                                                           MANUFACTURER
PREDICTING OIL RING SELF-LUBRICATEDFRANCO BEARING TEMPERATUREBROZEK ITS EFFECT ON SHAFT CRIT
         80-08        GENERAL     J. R. KEINZ
NEMA NOMINAL EFFICIENCY WHAT IT IS AND WHY? MANUFACTURER                   MANUFACTURER
                                                                 R. L. HOULTON
         80-09        GENERAL     T. OF EXPANDER TURBINE AND INDUCTION MANUFACTURER
ENERGY RECOVERY THROUGH THE USE R. SHAW USER                     D. RENARD GENERATOR


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          ELECTRICAL SAFETY CODE - PRESENT, PAST, AND FUTURE
NATIONAL80-11                     G. L.
                      MANUFACTURING GIBSONUSER
         80-12        MANUFACTURING KINGSBURY INDUSTRIAL A. C. BRUHIN
                                  E. R.         FOR
SELECTION OF FLAME RETARDED WIRE AND CABLEMANUFACTURER APPLICATIONS       MANUFACTURER
         80-13        MANUFACTURING WU
                                  J. J.        MANUFACTURER
REMOVING THE MYSTIQUE FROM MECHANICAL DRIVE ROTATING ANALYSIS
         80-14        MANUFACTURING CONTACTORS
                                  J. S.
OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE WITH VACUUM LETT        MANUFACTURER
          OF PROTECTING AGAINST DAMAGING EFFECTS OF MOISTURE BUILDUP IN MOTORS USED IN THE PETR
METHODS80-15                      W.
                      MANUFACTURINGJ. LUKITSCH MANUFACTURER
         80-16        MANUFACTURING HARBAUGH
                                  J. R.        MANUFACTURER     J. E. HARDER
                                                                          MANUFACTURER
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS FOR CAPACITOR APPLICATIONS IN THE PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL PROCESS IND
          THE         CHEMICAL    D. A. SILVER MANUFACTURER
STATE OF80-21 ART OF EXTRUDED DIELECTRIC CABLES                 J. G. QUINMANUFACTURER
         80-22        CHEMICAL    J. E. OWENS HAZARDS IN DUSTS
MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL OF STATIC IGNITIONUSER
         80-23        CHEMICAL    A. H. BONNETTMANUFACTURER
UNDERSTANDING POWER FACTOR IN SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS
         80-24        CHEMICAL    S. V. LAURENTS
                                               CONSULTANT       H. E. ALBRIGHT
ENGINEERING CALCULATIONS ON MICROCOMPUTERS FOR POWER SYSTEM STUDIES       CONSULTANT
         EXPERIENCE WITH CURRENT SELF-LIMITING HEAT TRACING CABLE
A USER'S 80-25        CHEMICAL    R. N. OHLSON CONSULTANT
         80-26        CHEMICAL    K. ARMINTOR  MANUFACTURER     R. W.
REPAIR, RESTORATION AND REVITALIZATION OF LARGE INDUCTION MOTORS MILLS    MANUFACTURER
         80-31        PRODUCTION D. N. ALCOCK  MANUFACTURER
PRODUCTION OPERATION OF SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS WITH CLOSED-LOOP ADJUSTABLE SPEED CONTROL
         80-32        PRODUCTION W. D. A FIELD EVALUATION
SUBMERSIBLE PUMP SURFACE EQUIPMENT, BOLIN USER
         80-33        PRODUCTION M. O. DURHAM SYSTEM ANALYSIS L. BOYER CONSULTANT
DOWNHOLE SUBMERSIBLE DESIGN - AN ELECTRICALSER U
         80-34        PRODUCTION C. R. LOCKERD USER
INSPECTION OF DRILLING VESSEL ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
         80-35        PRODUCTION C. ONEY
SOLAR POWER FOR CATHODIC PROTECTION            USER
         80-36        PRODUCTION J. D. COSPOLICH
                                               CONSULTANT
DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FOR OFFSHORE PRODUCTION PLATFORMS AS RECOMMEN
         SELECT A SERVICE FACTOR E. F. MERRILL
SHOULD I 80-41                    MOTOR
                      TRANSPORTATION           MANUFACTURER
         80-42        TRANSPORTATION KLUEBER
                                  P. O.        USER
TRANS ALASKA PIPELINE - ELECTRICAL POWER REQUIREMENTS & SYSTEMS
         80-43        TRANSPORTATION
                                  B. HUSOCK CONSULTANT
CATHODIC PROTECTION - WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
         80-44        TRANSPORTATION OWEN MANUFACTURER
                                  E. L.                         H. D. II MANUFACTURER
TORSIONAL COORDINATION OF HIGH SPEED SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS - PARTSNIVELY
         80-45
SLURRY PIPELINES                  R. A.
                      TRANSPORTATION HILL      CONSULTANT                 CONSULTANT
                                                                J. D. PITTS
         80-46        TRANSPORTATION MATHERS
                                  R. E.        USER             J. E. HEWITT
                                                                          MANUFACTURER
AUTOMATED TANKAGE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION FOR BULK PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL STORAGE FACILIT
         80-51        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                  F. R. CZERNIEJEWSKI
                                               MANUFACTURER
PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENT IN CHLORINE CELL LINES BY COMPUTERIZED DEMAND CONTROL
         80-52        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                  R. ADJUSTMENT
AUTOMATION OF MERCURY CELL ANODE W. RALSTON    USER                       U
                                                                J. WARRENSER
         80-53        ELECTROCHEMICALPROBLEMS CAUSED BY THYRISTOR RECTIFIERS
                                  O. H.
SOLVING COMMUNICATION INTERFERENCE SMITH USER
         81-02        GENERAL     J. H. HOLDREGE
                                               MANUFACTURER     W. SUBLER
AC INDUCTION MOTOR TORSIONAL VIBRATION CONSIDERATION - A CASE STUDY MANUFACTURER
         81-03        GENERAL     M. A. THOMPSON
PCB REMOVAL FROM TRANSFORMER INSULATING LIQUIDSMANUFACTURER
         81-04        GENERAL     D. SCHOLEY MANUFACTURER
INDUCTION MOTORS FOR VARIABLE FREQUENCY POWER SUPPLIES
         81-05        GENERAL     H. DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
HIGH INERTIA LOAD - INDUCTION MOTOR W. THODEMANUFACTURER        R. BROZEK MANUFACTURER
          OF VACUUM BREAK FOR AIR BREAK CONTACTS IN MEDIUM VOLTAGE MAGNETIC CONTACTOR MOTOR
RETROFIT81-06         GENERAL                  USER
                                  C. M. GONZALEZ                          USER
                                                                L. B. McCLUNG
         81-07        GENERAL     T. P. PEARSONUSER
MSHA AND HOW IT AFFECTS THE SYNTHETIC FUELS INDUSTRY
         81-09        MANUFACTURING CUMMINGS
                                  P. G.        MANUFACTURER
COMPARISON OF IEC AND NEMA/IEEE MOTOR STANDARDS - PART I
         81-10        MANUFACTURING
                                  J. HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
GAS/VAPOR-TIGHT CABLES FOR CLASS I M. DALY MANUFACTURER                   MANUFACTURER
                                                                R. G. FELLER
         81-11        MANUFACTURING ZACHARSKI
                                  J. J.        MANUFACTURER
THE MERGER OF MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS AND PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS THE BEST OF BOTH IN THE P
         81-12        DURING THREE PHASE
                                  L. Y.        CONSULTANT
                                                       RALPH M. I. MINCEFF
MOTOR CONTRIBUTION MANUFACTURING YU SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT PARSONS CO               RALPH M. PARSONS C
                                                                          CONSULTANT
         81-13        MANUFACTURING
                                  H. BREEDLOVE
PROTECTION OF THE INDUCTION MOTOR/GENERATOR    CONSULTANT                 MANUFACTURER
                                                                J. R. HARBAUGH
         81-14        MANUFACTURINGT. WRIGHT
                                  M.           MANUFACTURER     K. McLEAY MANUFACTURER
INTERTURN STATOR VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION DUE TO FAST TRANSIENT SWITCHING OF INDUCTION MOTORS
         81-15         CONTINUITY C. L. BECNELMANUFACTURER
MAINTAINING PROCESS CHEMICAL DURING VOLTAGE DIPS
         81-16        CHEMICAL    M.
DISTRIBUTED TEMPERATURE SENSORS A. LUTZ MANUFACTURER
         81-17        CHEMICAL    L. AND CHEMICAL PLANTS
TRAY CABLE SELECTION IN PETROLEUM J. KELLY MANUFACTURER                   MANUFACTURER
                                                                A. J. DeCHIARA
         81-18        CHEMICAL    W. R. ZIMMERMAN FACILITY
                                                TEST
RECENT TESTING EXPERIENCE IN A LARGE MOTOR MANUFACTURER                   MANUFACTURER
                                                                N. VALENTINE
         81-19        CHEMICAL    J. M. GALLAGHER
                                               USER             L. B. McCLUNG
WEAK CHAIN LINK BREAKDOWN PHENOMENA OF MULTIGRADE INSULATION MATERIALS    USER
         81-1A        GENERAL     COMMERCIAL   USER
INDUSTRIAL-UTILITY INTERFACE TEAM G. R. CARSON & CONTRACTUAL CONSIDERATIONS - THE INDUSTRY VIEW
         81-1B        GENERAL     COMMERCIAL   USER
INDUSTRIAL-UTILITY INTERFACE TEAM G. L. PITTILLO & CONTRACTUAL CONSIDERATIONS - THE UTILITY VIEW
         81-1C        GENERAL     TECHNICAL USER
INDUSTRIAL-UTILITY INTERFACE TEAM E. F. TROY CONSIDERATIONS - THE INDUSTRIAL VIEW
         81-1D        GENERAL     TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS - THE UTILITY VIEW
                                               USER
INDUSTRIAL-UTILITY INTERFACE TEAM R. W. McDONALD
         81-1E        GENERAL     OPERATIONAL & MAINTENANCE CONSIDERATIONS - THE INDUSTRIAL VIEW
INDUSTRIAL-UTILITY INTERFACE TEAM L. L. DeFANTIUSER
         81-1F        GENERAL     OPERATIONAL & MAINTENANCE CONSIDERATIONS - THE UTILITY VIEW
                                                JR
INDUSTRIAL-UTILITY INTERFACE TEAM L. F. OWENS,CONSULTANT
         81-20        CHEMICAL    B. H. MARU MANUFACTURER                 MANUFACTURER
EFFECT OF MODIFICATIONS ON EFFICIENCY OF AC INDUCTION MOTORS C. H. WENNERSTROM
         81-21        PRODUCTION K. WAKELEY MOTOR DESIGN
THE OPERATIONAL EFFECTS OF LARGE INDUCTIONMANUFACTURERTRENDS


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          81-22         OF DRILLING F. A. WOODBURY
PARRALLEL OPERATIONPRODUCTION RIG MOTORS MANUFACTURER
          81-23        PRODUCTION D. T. MOORECONSULTANT
AN INTERACTIVE COMPUTER ANALYSIS PROGRAM FOR LOSS & VOLTAGE OPTIMIZATION OF HV DISTRIBUTION SY
          81-24        PRODUCTION W. D. DICKSON MANUFACTURER      J. E. McCLAIN
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
MICROCOMPUTER CONTROL OF VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES USING THE SUBMERSIBLE MOTOR AS AN INSTRU
          81-25        PRODUCTION J. BOND       USER
A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
          81-26        PRODUCTION ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR HAZARDOUS AREAS
THE SELECTION AND APPLICATION OF A. J. DOLAN MANUFACTURER
          81-27        TRANSPORTATION
                                    B. J.
POWER LINE EXTENSIONS AND REVISIONS COMINGORE   USER
          81-28        TRANSPORTATION
                                    A. MEASUREMENTS
THE TRANS ALASKA PIPELINE POTENTIALL. SMART USER AND TELLURIC CURRENT
          81-29        TRANSPORTATION LINSLEY
                                    K. R.
MODERN TRANSFORMER INSULATING LIQUIDS           MANUFACTURER
          81-30        TRANSPORTATION VANELLICONSULTANT
                                    J. C.                         T. P. ANDUSER
REAL-TIME FLOW MODELING AND APPLICATIONS IN PIPELINE MEASUREMENTLINDSEY     CONTROL
          81-31        TRANSPORTATION
ADVANCES IN CAPACITOR STARTING W. H. NICHOLS             WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC
                                                MANUFACTURER      R. BRIED USER    WESTINGHOUSE ELE
           LIMITING PROTECTOR FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
CURRENT81-32                        T. F.
                       TRANSPORTATION CLARK MANUFACTURER                    MANUFACTURER
                                                                  J. P. MACKEVICH
          81-34        ELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS FOR MEDIUM VOLTAGE SOLID DIELECTRIC CABLES USING H
                                    G. J.
ADVANCES IN MULTICONDUCTOR JOINTINGCLARKEMANUFACTURER             L. H. KATZMANUFACTURER
          81-35        ELECTROCHEMICALKOWALCZYK
                                    M. R.       CURRENT SHORTINGJ. C. HALLUSER
USER EXPERIENCE WITH VARIOUS TYPES OF HIGH MANUFACTURER            SWITCHES
          81-37        CORROSION/CATHODIC IS REQUIRED
                                    D. W. McINTOSH
GROUNDING WHERE CORROSION PROTECTION PROTECT    USER
          81-38        CORROSION/CATHODIC PROTECT
                                    A. R. SOLEIMANY
                                                MANUFACTURER
MONITORING CORROSION RATES WITH SACRIFICIAL SENSING PROBES
          SHORT        GENERAL      M. H. YUEN CONSULTANT         W. A. FENNER
                                                                            CONSULTANT
ABC'S OF 82-01 CIRCUIT ANALYSIS - REVISITED PROGRAMMABLE HAND-HELD CALCULATOR SOLUTIONS
          82-02        GENERAL      D. P. MOTORS WITH SOLID STATED. A. JARC FREQUENCY CONTROLLERS
CONSIDERATIONS IN APPLYING INDUCTION CONNORS    MANUFACTURER       ADUSTABLEMANUFACTURER
          82-03        GENERAL      J. P. NELSONCONSULTANT
HIGH ALTITUDE CONSIDERATIONS FOR ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
          82-04         515: RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE HEAT TRACING
INTRODUCTION TO IEEEGENERAL                     MANUFACTURER
                                    B. C. JOHNSON                           USER
                                                                  K. CARLISLE
          82-05        GENERAL      L. YU       CONSULTANT        R. ANALYSIS
RELIABILITY AND AVAILABILITY STUDIES FOR INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEM T. BECK    CONSULTANT
          82-06        GENERAL
STRAINS ON MOTOR ENDWINDINGS J. J. CAMPBELL     USER              P. E. CLARK
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
                                                         GEC LARGE MACHINES LTD    GEC LARGE MACHINE
          82-07        GENERAL       COIL POWER MANUFACTURER
APPLICATION EXPERIENCE WITH CASTJ. C. DUTTON TRANSFORMERS R. ZAHORKA        MANUFACTURER
          82-08        GENERAL      W. K. SIMON USER
DETECTION OF ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS USING AN INFRARED SCANNER G. A. WHITAKER   USER
          82-09        GENERAL       SHAFT ELECTRICAL MACHINES R. O. EIS MANUFACTURER
                                                M
SPECIFYING AND DESIGNING FLEXIBLER. N. DAWSON ANUFACTURER
          82-11        MANUFACTURINGL. YU
SEMI-GRAPHICAL APPROACH FOR MOTOR DYNAMICS      CONSULTANT        K. N. WONGCONSULTANT
          82-12        MANUFACTURING CUMMINGS
                                    P. G.       MANUFACTURER
COMPARISON OF IEC AND NEMA/IEEE MOTOR STANDARDS - PART II
          82-13        MANUFACTURING MYERSUSER
                                    P. W.                                   MANUFACTURER
SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL SYSTEM STUDIES TO INSURE PLANT RELIABILITY R. D. WILLOUGHBY
          82-14        MANUFACTURING OWEN MANUFACTURER
                                    E. L.                         G. R. GRIFFITH
INDUCTION GENERATOR APPLICATIONS FOR PETROLEUM & CHEMICAL PLANTS USER
          82-15        MANUFACTURING NAILEN MANUFACTURER
                                    R. L.
SPOOKS ON THE POWER LINE? - INDUCTION GENERATORS AND THE PUBLIC UTILITY
          82-16        MANUFACTURING LAWRENCE
                                    R. G.       MANUFACTURER
USER BENEFITS OBTAINED FROM AC VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
          SOLUTION TOCHEMICAL MOTORKEITHLY ANUFACTURER VOLTAGE MOTORS
A UNIQUE82-21                                   M
                        IMPROVING W. R. WINDING LIFE IN MEDIUM S. P. AXE USER
          82-22        CHEMICAL     R. N. OHLSON
CUT COST - NOT CORNERS IN PLANT ELECTRIC DESIGN CONSULTANT                  CONSULTANT
                                                                  J. NEVELSTEEN
          82-23        TO SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES FOR ADJUSTABLE-SPEED PUMP AND COMPRESSOR DRIVE
POWER TRANSMISSION CHEMICAL         H. W. WEISS MANUFACTURER
          FAULT        CHEMICAL      SENSING RELAYS
DYNAMIC 82-24 TESTING OF GROUNDJ. B. KRICK USER                             USER
                                                                  C. D. POTTS
          82-25        CHEMICAL     M. H. INSTALLATION METHODS UNDER FIRE CONDITIONS
COMPARISON OF WIRING INSULATIONS ANDRAMSEY      USER
          82-26        AND PROTECTION DOLAN MANUFACTURER
VENTILATION METHODSCHEMICAL         A. J. OF MOTORS IN HOSTILE ENVIRONMENTS
          82-31        PRODUCTION B. J. DUKE USER
AUTOMATION OF THE BENNETT RANCH UNIT WASSON FIELD, TEXAS
          82-32        PRODUCTION W. IN PRODUCTION                C.
APPLICATION OF DISTRIBUTIVE CONTROLW. WHITEUSER AUTOMATION R. LOCKERD       USER
          AND          PRODUCTION T. R. BRINNER MANUFACTURER
VOLTAGE 82-33CABLE-IMPEDANCE UNBALANCE IN SUBMERGIBLE OIL WELL PUMPS
          82-34        PRODUCTION R. LECHLER USER
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL OF OFFSHORE ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY PROJECT  W. LONG MANUFACTURER
          82-35        PRODUCTION D. Y. PROCTOR, III
                                                MANUFACTURER      H. N. HICKOK
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
HORIZONTAL NEMA FRAME MOTORS - EXTENDING THEIR MECHANICAL LIFE AND RELIABILITY
          RIG DESIGN FOR OFFSHORE P. R. BLANCHARD
DRILLING 82-36         PRODUCTION PLATFORMSCONSULTANT                       CONSULTANT
                                                                  R. C. PICKETT
           VOLTAGE STARTING OF SQUIRREL CAGEMANUFACTURER D R. J. GRAEFE
REDUCED82-41                        F. M.
                       TRANSPORTATION BRUCE, III         SQUARE CO
                                                 INDUCTION MOTORS                  SQUARE
                                                                            MANUFACTURER D CO
          82-42        TRANSPORTATION THOMPSON
                                    T. M.       USER
PIPELINE CONTROL - MICRO-BASED PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER
          82-43         CONTROL SYSTEM
                                    T. J.
PIPELINE SUPERVISORYTRANSPORTATION SAUERBREI    USER
          82-44                     R. D.
A SMART RELIEF VALVE TRANSPORTATION PHILLIPS SERU                           USER
                                                                  R. N. LABERGE
          82-45        TRANSPORTATION MERRILL
CAN A MOTOR BE TOO EFFICIENT?       E. F.       MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                  R. D. VALENTINE
          82-46        TRANSPORTATION GUTZWILLER
                                    R. A.       MANUFACTURER      R. J. GERHART
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
A 10,000 HP AC ADJUSTABLE -FREQUENCY COMPRESSOR DRIVE - THE ECONOMICS OF ITS APPLICATION
          82-51        ELECTROCHEMICALFICKLER
                                    R. A.       MANUFACTURER      G. E. MURISON
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
POWER SUPPLIES FOR THE ELECTROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY - AN ECONOMIC AND PERFORMANCE COMPARISON BE
          82-52        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    J. J. DEMOS
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN CELL LINE MONITORING MANUFACTURER                       MANUFACTURER
                                                                  D. W. YAUCH
          82-53        ELECTROCHEMICALADAMS USER
                                    R. B.
UPDATE ON OSHA REGULATIONS FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLROOMS C. L. PITTMAN      USER
          82-71        FAULT TRIPPING J. MANNER
SYMPATHETIC GROUND SYN FUELS                    MANUFACTURER      L. RUFFINUSER
                                    C. OF A SURFACE AND MINE POWER SYSTEM


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          82-72       SYN FUELS     FOR COAL CONSULTANT
SAFE ELECTRICAL DESIGN PRACTICESG. BAGGS HANDLING FACILITIES G. TYLES CONSULTANT
          82-73       SYN FUELS    R. R. REGAN CONSULTANT
COGENERATION FOR COMMERCIAL SHALE OIL FACILITIES                            CONSULTANT
                                                                  T. D. NICULESCU
          83-01       GENERAL      A. JAIN      USER
ENERGY EFFICIENT APPLICATIONS IN ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS
           FREQUENCY DRIVES AND POWER FACTOR
VARIABLE83-02         GENERAL      D. A. JARC MANUFACTURER                  MANUFACTURER
                                                                  D. P. CONNORS
          83-03       GENERAL      P. G. CUMMINGS
                                                MANUFACTURER      OPERATION
PROTECTION OF INDUCTION MOTORS AGAINST UNBALANCED VOLTAGE J. R. DUNKI-JACOBSMANUFACTURER
          83-04       GENERAL      J. D. LANGHANS
                                                CONSULTANT        A. E. RONAT
USER FRIENDLY COMPUTER GRAPHICS FOR PROTECTIVE DEVICE COORDINATIONCONSULTANT
          83-05       GENERAL      PETROLEUMUSERCHEMICAL INDUSTRY
THE IMPACT OF FIBER OPTICS ON THE V. J. MAGGIOLI AND
          83-06       GENERAL      L. B. McCLUNGSER
                                                U                 J. J.
ADVANCES IN CROSS-LINKED POLYETHYLENE INSULATING AND JACKETING PICKERING    USER
          83-07        THE 1984
NEW REQUIREMENTS INGENERAL NECW. A. SHORTMANUFACTURER
          83-08       GENERAL      K. M. KAPTAINMANUFACTURER      R. H. HOLLENBECK
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
ADVANCEMENT IN PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER CAPABILITIES FOR APPLICATION IN THE PROCESS INDUSTRIES
          83-09       GENERAL      D. S. SIKORAUSER
SPECIAL POWER CONSIDERATION FOR DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEMS
          83-11       MANUFACTURING NICULESCU
                                   T. D.        CONSULTANT        R. R. REGAN
CONSIDERATION OF 34.5 KV AS AN IN-PLANT VOLTAGE FOR A LARGE INDUSTRIAL USER CONSULTANT
          83-12       MANUFACTURING WANG MANUFACTURER
                                   G. N.                DAVY McKEE CORP USER
                                                                  W. MOFFATT       DAVY McKEE CORP
HIGH RESISTANCE GROUNDING AND SELECTIVE GROUND FAULT PROTECTION FOR A MAJOR INDUSTRIAL FACILIT
           WAY        MANUFACTURING CIRCUITS AGAINST LOSS DURING FLASH FIRES
A BETTER83-13 TO PROTECT CRITICALB. A. BIRKETT  USER                        MANUFACTURER
                                                                  N. R. CAMPEY
          83-14       OF INDUCTIONH. W.
                                    GENERATORS AND CONTROL        D. C. AZBILL
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS MANUFACTURING THODEMANUFACTURER SYSTEM CONSIDERATIONS  USER
          83-15       MANUFACTURING SWINDLER
                                   D. L.        MANUFACTURER
A COMPARISON OF VACUUM AND SF6 TECHNOLOGIES AT 5 KV THROUGH 38 KV
          APPROACH TO CABLE AMPACITY RATING
A SIMPLE 83-16        MANUFACTURINGF. SHOKOOHCONSULTANT                     CONSULTANT
                                                                  H. M. KNUTSON
          83-21       CHEMICAL     J. E. OWENS USER
IGNITION HAZARDS OF CHARGED DIELECTRICS IN FLAMMABLE ENVIRONMENTS
          83-22       CHEMICAL     W. J. LUKITSCH
                                                MANUFACTURER
ENERGY SAVING WITH POWER FACTOR CONTROLLERS - BACK TO THE BASICS
          83-23       CHEMICAL     J. R. PLANT CONSULTANT
COMPUTER GRAPHICS & PETRO-CHEMICAL SEIVER DESIGN                            CONSULTANT
                                                                  H. M. KNUTSON
          83-24       CHEMICAL     J. B. PARKERMANUFACTURER
CABLE AND CONDUIT SEALING REQUIREMENTS IN FIRE RATED BARRIERS
          83-25       CHEMICAL     J. C. HIRZEL MANUFACTURER
EFFICIENCY MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION OF EXISTING MOTORS
          83-26       CHEMICAL     J. J. KENNEDY ANUFACTURER
                                                M
GAS INSULATED SUBSTATION EQUIPMENT FOR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
           POWER GENERATION PLANT DESIGN
MODULAR83-31          PRODUCTION R. C. PICKETT  CONSULTANT
          83-32       PRODUCTION E. R. ADAMS USER                 J. M. PATEL
ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION AND SUBSTATION SYSTEM FOR HEAVY OIL PRODUCTION FIELDCONSULTANT
          83-33       PRODUCTION E. C. COMPRESSOR SYSTEM
                                                M
COMPUTER AIDS IN MOTOR DRIVEN PUMP &LaBRUSH ANUFACTURER ANALYSIS            MANUFACTURER
                                                                  G. E. KASMER
           SUBMERSIBLE PUMP CABLE M. O. DURHAMSERSPECIFICATIONS PREVIEW
ELECTRIC83-34         PRODUCTION STANDARDSU     AND                         MANUFACTURER
                                                                  J. VANDEVIER
          83-35       PRODUCTION J. D. RICHARDSON
                                                USER
ECONOMIC SELECTION OF SUBMERSIBLE PUMP CABLES WITH A PROGRAMMABLE CALCULATOR
          83-36       PRODUCTION W. D. BOLIN USER
POWER COST REDUCTION USING SMALL INDUCTION GENERATORS
          83-41       CONSTRUCTION H.
                                   R. OUTLOOK CONSULTANT
COAL SLURRY PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION DERAMMELAERE
          83-42       TRANSPORTATION
                                   N. WOODRUFF  MANUFACTURER
ECONOMICAL MOTOR PROTECTION USING MICROCOMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
          83-43       TRANSPORTATION SANGHA
                                   G. S.        CONSULTANT
CAPACITOR-REACTOR START OF LARGE SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR ON A LIMITED CAPACITY NETWORK
          83-44       TOOL FOR SAVING HICKOKMANUFACTURER
                                   H. N.
ADJUSTABLE SPEED - A TRANSPORTATION ENERGY LOSSES IN PUMPS, FANS, BLOWERS AND COMPRESSORS
          83-45       TRANSPORTATION
SOLAR POWERED CONTROL SYSTEMSJ. RIPLEY          MANUFACTURER
          83-46       TRANSPORTATION BLAKELY
                                   J. M.        USER
COMBINING SUPERVISORY INFORMATION AND COMPUTER MODEL FOR POWER OPTIMIZATION
          83-51       ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    BIPOLAR DIAPHRAGM CELLS
A 50 KV, 75 KA SHORTING SWITCH FORJ. HUS        MANUFACTURER
          83-52       ELECTROCHEMICALHRUDA MANUFACTURER
                                   R. M.
MATRIX CONCEPT FOR PORTABLE ELECTROLYTIC CELL LINE SHORTING SWITCHES
           MOTOR IN YOUR FUTURE (?)P. G. CUMMINGS
A METRIC 83-53        ELECTROCHEMICAL           MANUFACTURER
          83-61       CORR/CATH PROT SUBSTATION GROUND
                                   J. P.
A CATHODICALLY PROTECTED ELECTRICALNELSONCONSULTANT GRIDW. K. HOLMSER       U
          83-62       CORR/CATH PROT
                                   BASED ON DESIGN OF A LARGE OIL STORAGE FACILITY
A CATHODIC PROTECTION CHECKLIST F. D. SZACHTA   CONSULTANT
          83-63       CORR/CATH PROT SIEGFRIED
                                   C. G.
CORROSION CONTROL IN LARGE INDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES CONSULTANT
          83-71       SYN FUELS    W. L. JOHNSONUSER              M. B. KOWTKO
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
EVOLUTIONARY CONCEPTS IN ELECTRIC HEAT TRACING FOR THE GREAT PLAINS SYNTHETIC FUELS PROJECT
          83-72       SYN CALIFORNIA PARACHUTE CREEK OIL SHALE PROGRAM
THE UNION OIL COMPANY OFFUELS      R. M. JACKSONUSER
          83-73       SYN A NEW D. C.
THE MOTOR REWIND ISSUE -FUELS LOOK MONTGOMERY   MANUFACTURER
          84-01       GENERAL      P. E. SWITCHGEAR FOR PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS
SF6 INSULATED VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERBRENIMAN    MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                  H. WESTERHOLT
          84-02       GENERAL      D. A. JARC MANUFACTURER
POWER LINE CONSIDERATIONS FOR VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES                     MANUFACTURER
                                                                  R. G. SCHIEMAN
          84-03       OF ELECTRICAL MACHINESCONSULTANT SYSTEMS BECK
FAULT CONTRIBUTIONS GENERAL        L. YU        IN INDUSTRIAL M. PARSONS CO
                                                        RALPH     R. T.            RALPH M. PARSONS C
                                                                            CONSULTANT
          84-04       GENERAL      R. W. CROOKUSER
SUPPRESSION OF TRANSIENT OVERVOLTAGES ON INSTRUMENTATION WIRING
          84-05       GENERAL      F. A. WOODBURY
GROUNDING CONSIDERATIONS IN COGENERATION MANUFACTURER
          84-06       GENERAL      R. SAVE HOUSEN
                                                MANUFACTURER
COGENERATION - A PROFITABLE WAY TOL. VAN ENERGY IN THE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES
          84-07       GENERAL      W. O. THE APPLICATION OF PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
SAFETY AND SECURITY CONSIDERATIONS INMINISHUSER
          84-11       MANUFACTURINGSTEMMONS
                                   W.           MANUFACTURER ELECTRIC CO
                                                        GENERAL B. CABLE MANUFACTURER
                                                                                   GENERAL
INSTALLATION ECONOMICS: ONSITE CONSTRUCTION VS PACKAGED POWER CONTROL ASSEMBLIES ELECTRIC C


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         84-12         MANUFACTURINGK. JAMROGOWICZ
MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATION IN SUBSTATION CONTROL USER             D. BLISS MANUFACTURER
         84-13         MANUFACTURINGH. LEWIS CONSULTANT
                                    W.
RECOMMENDED POWER AND SIGNAL GROUNDING FOR CONTROL AND COMPUTER ROOMS
         84-14         MANUFACTURING DONNER
                                    G. L.        USER
COGENERATION PROJECT SPARKS OPPORTUNITY FOR UPGRADING OF INDUSTRIAL POWER DISTRIBUTION SYST
         84-15         MANUFACTURINGH. RAMSEY
                                    M.           USER
REPLACING INEFFICIENT STEAM CYCLE TURBINES WITH ELECTRIC MOTORS AND PURCHASE POWER - AN ECONO
         84-16         MANUFACTURING ROZNER
                                    J. D.        MANUFACTURER     P. W. MYERS
                                                                            USER
THE APPLICATION OF ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY CONTROLLERS TO FORCED DRAFT FANS FOR IMPROVED RELIAB
         84-21         CHEMICAL     V. J. MAGGIOLI
FIBER OPTIC SENSORS IN PETROCHEMICAL PLANTS      USER
         84-22         CHEMICAL
WIRE AND CABLE UPDATE - 1984        J. W. FRASUREUSER                       USER
                                                                  D. A. VOLTZ
         84-23         CHEMICAL     J. T. DUEKERUSER
DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, START-UP AND ROUTINE OPERATION OF A GRASS ROOTS PETROCHEMICAL PLANT
         84-24         CHEMICAL     J. B. PARKERMANUFACTURER
MATERIALS AND FINISHES FOR REDUCED CORROSION OF ELECTROMECHANICAL COMPONENTS IN PROCESS IND
         84-25         DRIVES
ALPHABET SOUP OF AC CHEMICAL        J. D. JOHNSONMANUFACTURER
         84-26         CHEMICAL      A BLESSING CONSULTANT
COMPUTERIZED ELECTRICAL DESIGN -R. N. OHLSON     OR A HEADACHE              CONSULTANT
                                                                  J. NEVELSTEEN
         84-31         PRODUCTION R. L. HYDE MANUFACTURER         T. R.
STARTING CHARACTERISTICS OF ELECTRIC SUBMERGIBLE OILWELL PUMPS BRINNER      MANUFACTURER
         84-32         PRODUCTION R. D. VARDEMAN USER
ELECTRICAL INSPECTION & REVISION PROGRAM FOR OIL PRODUCTION FACILITIES
         84-33         PRODUCTION J. P. NELSONCONSULTANT          R. J. INDUSTRY
                                                                            USER
USE OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL SAFETY CODE IN THE PETRO-CHEMICAL KRYZWOSINSKI
         84-34         PRODUCTION OF HEAT REQUIREMENTS
COGENERATION FOR CAPITALIZATION M. H. YUEN CONSULTANT             J. C. SOLTMANUFACTURER
         84-35         PRODUCTION M. L. CHRISTENSEN
OPTIMIZATION OF OFFSHORE ELECTRICAL POWER USER   SYSTEMS                    CONSULTANT
                                                                  D. L. ZIMMERMAN
         84-36         PRODUCTION W. HOAN        USER             M. CHOW SYSTEM
TRANSIENT STABILITY ANALYSIS FOR SOHIO PRUDHOE BAY EMERGENCY POWER USER
         84-41         TRANSPORTATIONFLEXIBLE CONTROL SYSTEM FOR AN ON-LINE GAS PIPELINE
THE RETROFIT IMPLEMENTATION OF AF. C. GARRABANT  MANUFACTURER               CONSULTANT
                                                                  J. R. McCROSKEY
         84-42         TRANSPORTATION PHILLIPS SER
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROLLED RECORDERS R. D.        U
         84-43         TRANSPORTATION KEATING
                                    N. J.        MANUFACTURER     J. SMENTEK
UTILIZATION OF PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS IN COAL PREPARATION PROCESSES       MANUFACTURER
         84-44         TRANSPORTATION PIPELINES
                                    J. P.
POWER SYSTEMS IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO NELSONCONSULTANT
         84-45         TRANSPORTATION LARGE CRUDE OIL PIPELINE SYSTEM
                                    A. A
UPGRADING OF PUMPING STATIONS FORL. VERHIEL      USER
         84-46         TRANSPORTATION
                                    E. AND UTILITY CABLES
LONG LIFE INSULATION FOR INDUSTRIAL J. FISHER USER                          USER
                                                                  L. B. McCLUNG
         84-51         ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                     POWER EFFICIENCY BY INCREMENTAL CHANGES
INCREASED CHLORINE PRODUCTION &S. W. HAGEMOEN    MANUFACTURER
         84-52         ELECTROCHEMICALRICE
                                    D. E.        HARMONICS - THEIR EFFECT ON POWER SYSTEM COMPONEN
ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE AND POWER RECTIFIERMANUFACTURER
         84-53         ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    E.
PCB DILEMMA - RETROFILL OR RETROFITW. FEUERSTEIN MANUFACTURER
         84-61         CORROSION/CATH PROTECTION
                                    A. L. VERHIEL AND
CORROSION PROTECTION FOR MARINE TERMINALSUSER OFFSHORE FACILITIES - AN OVERVIEW
         84-62         CORROSION/CATH PROTECTION
                                    K. J. DRACHNIK
                                                 MANUFACTURER     T. G. KLOPACK
                                                                            DISTRIBUTION
LONG-LINE CATHODIC PROTECTION IMPRESSED CURRENT ANODE FOR CURRENT MANUFACTURER
         84-63         CORROSION/CATH PROTECTION
                                    R. A. CORBETTUSER
CATHODIC PROTECTION AS AN EQUIVALENT ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT
         84-8A         GENERAL      G. R. GRIFFITH
MOTOR REPAIR QUALITY ASSURANCE - AN INTRODUCTION USER
         84-8B         GENERAL
MOTOR REPAIR QUALITY ASSURANCE H. H. GRASSMAN    MANUFACTURER
         84-8C         GENERAL                   M
MOTOR REPAIR QUALITY ASSURANCE H. SCHREIBER ANUFACTURER
         84-8D         GENERAL
MOTOR REPAIR QUALITY ASSURANCE D. M. STUBBS      MANUFACTURER
         84-8E         GENERAL
MOTOR REPAIR QUALITY ASSURANCE S. S. UNGER MANUFACTURER
         85-01         GENERAL      J. E. HARDERMANUFACTURER
ROTATING MACHINERY PROTECTION USING METAL OXIDE ARRESTORS W. F. HOENIGMANN  USER
         85-02         GENERAL      DURING GROUND
ARE CABLE SHIELDS BEING DAMAGED P. S. HAMER USERFAULTS            B. M. WOODCONSULTANT
         85-03         GENERAL      J. PHENOMENON
THE ESCALTING ARCING GROUND FAULTR. DUNKI-JACOBS CONSULTANT
         85-04         GENERAL      N. P. APPLICATION EXPERIENCE AND JUDGMENT
ELECTRICAL AREA CLASSIFICATION - BASIC PENNY CONSULTANT           Z. PECELI CONSULTANT
         85-05          844-1985    C. J. ERICKSON
                                                 USER
INTRODUCTION TO IEEEGENERAL RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE, INDUCTION AND SKIN
          APPLICATIONS IN THE PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL INDUSTRY D. P. CONNORS
PUMPING 85-06          GENERAL                   MANUFACTURER
                                    J. K. ARMINTOR                          MANUFACTURER
         85-07          SYSTEM      P. G. CUMMINGS
                                                 MANUFACTURER
ESTIMATING EFFECT OFGENERALHARMONICS ON LOSSES AND TEMPERATURE RISE OF SQUIRREL-CAGE MOTOR
          FOR          MANUFACTURING HILL
                                    J. D.        USER             R. G. LAWRENCE
NEW LIFE 85-11 EXISTING 480 VOLT MCC EQUIPMENT USING VACUUM CONTACTORS      MANUFACTURER
          SF6,         MANUFACTURING LISTER MANUFACTURER
                                    C. A.
VACUUM, 85-12AND AIR-BREAK CONTACTORS FOR MEDIUM VOLTAGE CONTROLLERS
         85-13          & IEC STANDARDS FOR SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLIES JALIUCONSULTANT
                                    S. A.
A COMPARISON OF ANSIMANUFACTURING KLOTZ CONSULTANT                I. C.
         85-14         MANUFACTURINGD. SHIPP     MANUFACTURER
SELECTION OF CURRENT TRANSFORMERS FOR RELAY APPLICATIONS
         85-15         MANUFACTURINGMOTORS - WHERE                D. J.
OIL MIST LUBRICATION FOR ELECTRIC C. A. TOWNEUSER IT STANDS TODAY SHEPPARD  MANUFACTURER
         85-16         MANUFACTURING CLARK MANUFACTURER
                                    P. E.
THE DIAGNOSIS AND SOLUTION OF ELECTRICAL MACHINE PROBLEMS I. E. McSHANE     MANUFACTURER
         85-21         CHEMICAL      US CLASSIFICATION OF HAZARDOUS AREAS
COMPARISON OF INTERNATIONAL ANDW. A. SHORTMANUFACTURER
         85-22         CHEMICAL     R. APPLICATIONS
NEW CONCEPTS FOR PROCESS HEATINGH. HULETTMANUFACTURER                       MANUFACTURER
                                                                  B. T. KENNEDY
          GUIDE        CHEMICAL     M.
A USER'S 85-23 TO MOTOR PROTECTIONA. ANNACCHINO  MANUFACTURER
         85-24         CHEMICAL     A. H. BONNETT
ROTOR FAILURES IN SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS MANUFACTURER               M
                                                                  G. SOUKUP ANUFACTURER
         85-25         CHEMICAL     J. BREDTHAUERMANUFACTURER     B. WACHTA
SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS WITH CYLINDRICAL ROTORS FOR THE PETRO-CHEMICAL INDUSTRY  MANUFACTURER


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          85-26      CHEMICAL      O. E. ROENNSPIESS
                                                CONSULTANT       B. ARAGONONSULTANT
                                                                            C
MODELING OF POST ELECTRICAL FAULT PLANT RESTART AND PROCESS RECOVERY USING COMPUTER SIMULAT
          85-31      PRODUCTION E. AND INSTALLATION STAGES OF LONG-LENGTH SUBMARINE CABLES
SPECIFYING, MANUFACTURING, TESTINGG. HOFFMAN    MANUFACTURER     L. D. SUND CONSULTANT
          85-32      PRODUCTION S. DILLARD MANUFACTURER          T. GREINER MANUFACTURER
TRANSIENT VOLTAGE PROTECTION FOR INDUCTION MOTORS INCLUDING ELECTRICAL SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS
          85-33      PRODUCTION T. R. BRINNER   MANUFACTURER
LIGHTNING PROTECTION FOR SUBMERGIBLE OILWELL PUMPS               J .BULMER  CONSULTANT
          85-34       DRIVEN RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS - STARTING AND OPERATION ON LIMITED CAPA
SYNCHRONOUS MOTORPRODUCTION S. J. MERHEJUSER                                MANUFACTURER
                                                                 A. W. ASHLEY
          85-35       SOLVING DOWNHOLE FLUID FLOW
                                                MANUFACTURER
A NOVEL APPROACH TOPRODUCTION K. H. AFKHAMPOUR PROBLEMS BY USE OF AN ELECTRIC HEATING SYSTE
          85-36      PRODUCTION E. E. HOGWOOD, JR
                                                CONSULTANT
THE ELECTRICAL ASPECTS OF COGENERATION SYSTEM DESIGN             D. E. RICEMANUFACTURER
          85-41      TRANSPORTATIONF. HEREDOS MANUFACTURER
SELECTION AND APPLICATION OF MULTI-SPEED MOTORS
          85-42      TRANSPORTATION TESKE MANUFACTURER
                                   D. E.
THE APPLICATION OF A TWELVE PULSE INVERTER TO PETROLEUM PIPELINESP. J. LINK MANUFACTURER
          85-43      TRANSPORTATION
ENERGY RECOVERY FROM PRESSUREG. KEMP            MANUFACTURER
                                    REDUCING STATIONS                       MANUFACTURER
                                                                 R. G. HAMREUS
          85-44      TRANSPORTATION TESTING
                                   FIELD
DETERMINING MOTOR EFFICIENCY BY J. W. KILGORESERU                           MANUFACTURER
                                                                 C. L. BECNEL
          85-45      TRANSPORTATION TURNER
                                   E. B.        CONSULTANT
HOW PIPELINE OPERATIONS COULD BY AFFECTED BY NEW DATA COMMUNICATION STANDARDS
          85-46        COMPUTERS ASH.
                                   R. RTU'S
SOLAR POWERED FLOWTRANSPORTATION ROGERS         MANUFACTURER
          85-51      ELECTROCHEMICALCAPACITY OF CONDUCTORS
THE SHORT TIME CURRENT CARRYINGJ. HUS           MANUFACTURER
          85-52      ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   K. BOW       MANUFACTURER
                                                        TEXACO B. GROSSER   MANUFACTURER
                                                                                    TEXACO
AN OVERVIEW OF THE USE AND INSTALLATION OF ELECTRICAL DATA BUSS CABLE IN AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESS P
          85-53      ELECTROCHEMICAL KLEIN USER
                                   T. W.                WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC
                                                                 D. L. CARRERA
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
                                                                                     IN INDUSTRIAL PLANT
POWER SYSTEM STUDIES CAN PREDICT AND RESOLVE HARMONIC RESONANCE PROBLEMSWESTINGHOUSE ELE
          85-61       LINE LONGITUDINAL ELECTRIC FIELD FOR INTERFERENCECONSULTANT BELOW GROUND
                                   M. J. FRAZIER
POWER TRANSMISSION CORROSION/CATH PROTECTION    CONSULTANT       J. DABKOWSKITO NEAR OR
          85-62      CORROSION/CATH DURHAMSER
                                   SOLAR POWER FOR
                                                U
HYSTERESIS PERMITS BATTERY FREE M. O.PROTECTION CATHODIC PROTECTION
          85-63        PROTECTION L. J. PROTECTION
                                   IN LARGE INDUSTRIAL PLANTS
A TUTORIAL - CATHODICCORROSION/CATH MOORE CONSULTANT
          85-8B      GENERAL       R. H. LEE    CONSULTANT
GROUNDING OF COMPUTERS AND OTHER SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT
          85-8C      GENERAL       R. J. BUSCHART
                                                USER
COMPUTER GROUNDING AND THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
          85-8D      GENERAL       D. W. ZIPSE USER
THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE AND PRESENT GROUNDING PRACTICES
          85-8E      GENERAL
GROUNDING AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY               USER
                                   V. J. MAGGIOLI
          86-01      GENERAL       A. W. SMITH USER
P-841 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR CHEMICAL INDUSTRY, SEVERE DUTY, SQUIRREL-CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR
          86-02      GENERAL       D. A. KNUEVENMANUFACTURER     INDUSTRIAL CONTROL
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
NON-METALLIC CORROSION RESISTANT GROUNDED ENCLOSURES FOR J. R. BARTOLOMUCCI EQUIPMENT FOR
          86-03      GENERAL       B. C. JOHNSONMANUFACTURER     P. AND MONITORING
POWER LINE CARRIER SYSTEMS FOR ELECTRIC HEAT TRACING CONTROL R. BAEN        MANUFACTURER
          86-04      GENERAL       L. J. POWELLMANUFACTURER
AN INDUSTRIAL VIEW OF UTILITY COGENERATION PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
          86-05      GENERAL       G. S. JOHNSONMANUFACTURER     J. A. STEWART
IMPACT OF NEC ARTICLE 705 INTERCONNECTED POWER PRODUCTION SOURCES USER
          86-06      GENERAL       N. PENNY     CONSULTANT
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR PACKAGED MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
          86-07      GENERAL       C. L. PHILIBERT
                                                MANUFACTURER
IMPROVED PROCESS CONTROL AND HIGHER YIELDS JUSTIFY CONVERSION TO ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY COMPR
          86-08      GENERAL       C. J. ERICKSON
                                                USER
MOTOR DESIGN FEATURES FOR ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES
          86-09       IN LOAD COMMUTATED INVERTERS
VOLTAGES TO GROUND GENERAL         R. QUIRT     MANUFACTURER
          86-11      MANUFACTURING LAWRENCEA 6500 RPM, 15,000 HP ADJUSTABLE SPEED ELECTRIC DRI
                                   R. G.        OF
THE CONSTRUCTION, TESTING, AND INSTALLATION MANUFACTURER         D. FINNEYMANUFACTURER
          86-12      MANUFACTURING FUCHS, USER
                                   J. M.        JR
APPLICATION OF AN ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE ON FIN FAN COOLERS
          86-13      MANUFACTURING ZOTOS CONSULTANT
                                   P. A.
GROUND GRID DESIGN IN LARGE INDUSTRIAL PLANTS
          86-14      MANUFACTURING EISENBROWN
                                   R. W.
DC BUS POWER DISTRIBUTION FOR AC DRIVES         MANUFACTURER     J. E. WALSHMANUFACTURER
          86-15      MANUFACTURING I. BOROUMAND THE
                                                IN               J. GUNDERSON
IMPORTANCE OF ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS USER REFINERY OPERATIONS          USER
          86-16      MANUFACTURING VOHR MANUFACTURER
MECHANICS OF BEARING SYSTEMS       J. H.
          86-21      CHEMICAL
MOTOR STARTING COORDINATION                     MANUFACTURER
                                   R. G. BARTHELD
          86-22       CONTACTORSS. K. ZIMMERMAN
LOW VOLTAGE VACUUMCHEMICAL                      MANUFACTURER
                                     A GOOD ALTERNATIVE TO AIR BREAK?
          86-23      CHEMICAL      W. M. LEWIS USER
USER EXPERIENCE WITH LOW RESISTANCE GROUNDING
          86-24      CHEMICAL       DESERT AND CHEMICALLY CORROSIVE ENVIRONMENTS
GAS INSULATED MINISUBSTATION FORJ. W. FRASURE   USER             F. KLEINER MANUFACTURER
          86-25      CHEMICAL      J. P. MACKEVICH
                                                MANUFACTURER
THE IMPACT OF IEEE 404 REVISIONS ON INDUSTRIAL CABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
          86-26      CHEMICAL      J. BRANDOLINOUSING MICROCOMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
PROTECTION AND MANAGEMENT OF A. C. MOTORS MANUFACTURER           A. BAIGENT MANUFACTURER
          86-31      PRODUCTION COST MANAGEMENT
COMPUTER BASED ELECTRIC ENERGYD. C. GRANT USER                              USER
                                                                 R. W. GALLANT
          86-32      PRODUCTION M. O. DURHAM THREE PHASE POWER FROM SINGLE PHASE FOR AN INDUC
                                                C
BALANCING POWER SYSTEMS INCLUDING CREATINGONSULTANT                         RESEARCH/OTHER
                                                                 R. RAMAKUMAR
          86-33      PRODUCTION G. SCADA SYSTEM USING REMOTE NETWORK COMMUNICATION
A PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER-BASED WEIRAUCH        MANUFACTURER
          86-41      TRANSPORTATION WILSONUSER
                                   J. E.                         F. BRIED CO2 PIPELINES
ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENTATION FEATURES OF THE CORTEZ AND CHOCTAW USER
          86-42      TRANSPORTATIONC. SANDBERG
FIBER OPTIC APPLICATIONS IN PIPES AND PIPELINES MANUFACTURER     L. HAILE MANUFACTURER
          86-43      TRANSPORTATION TURNER
                                   E. B.        CONSULTANT
STARTING PIPELINE MOTORS UNDER SEVERE POWER SYSTEM CONSTRAINTS              MANUFACTURER
                                                                 C. P. LeMONE
          86-44      TRANSPORTATION OSBORNE MIND
                                   W. H.
CHOOSING A SCADA SYSTEM WITH THE OPERATORUSER    IN
          86-45      TRANSPORTATION THROUGH THE
                                   J. T.
MONITORING BONDING CABLE CONTINUITYDUEKERUSER USE OF STRAY CURRENTS


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         86-46        TRANSPORTATION FARAG MANUFACTURER
                                   S. F.
GUIDELINES FOR THE APPLICATION OF VACUUM CONTACTORS                         MANUFACTURER
                                                                  R. G. BARTHELD
         86-51        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   S. A. THOMPSONPRODUCTION FACILITY
MODERNIZATION OF A MAJOR ELECTRO-CHEMICAL MANUFACTURER
         86-52         SAFETY PROGRAMGALLAGHER
ELECTRICAL HOT WORKELECTROCHEMICAL J. M.        USER                        USER
                                                                  L. B. McCLUNG
         86-53        ELECTROCHEMICALWOOD USER
                                   R. G.
GAS INSULATED SUBSTATION FOR AN ALUMINUM REDUCTION PLANT
         87-01        GENERAL      D. A. DEY    USER
GUIDELINES IN SELECTING VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES FROM A USER'S VIEWPOINT
          OF ROTOR FAILURES IN SQUIRREL CAGE MANUFACTURER
ANALYSIS87-02         GENERAL      A. H. BONNETT                            MANUFACTURER
                                                 INDUCTION MOTORSG. C. SOUKUP
         87-03        GENERAL      J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS
                                                 RIGOROUS SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT CALCULATION PROCED
A COMPARISON OF ANSI-BASED AND DYNAMICALLYCONSULTANT              B. P. LAM CONSULTANT
         87-04        GENERAL      D. J. SHEPPARD
                                                MANUFACTURER
TORSIONAL VIBRATION RESULTING FROM ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY A. C. DRIVES
         87-05        GENERAL      P. S. HAMER GENERATORS
ACCEPTANCE TESTING OF ELECTRIC MOTORS ANDUSER
         87-06        DETECTION J. MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS G. E. HEBERLEIN, JR
REMOTE FAULT/SMOKE GENERAL FOR A. ROBERTSON     USER                        MANUFACTURER
         87-07        GENERAL      J. M. AND MATERIALS IN INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES OF THE UNITED STATES A
USER EXPERIENCE WITH WIRING METHODSGALLAGHER    USER                        USER
                                                                  D. C. GRANT
         87-08        GENERAL      J. J. ZACHARSKI
                                                MANUFACTURER
NEW TRENDS IN PACKAGING OF COMPONENTS IN MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS    C. H. REIDMANUFACTURER
         87-09        METHOD       V. J. MAGGIOLI
THE SAFETY MATRIX - A GENERAL FOR GUIDELININGUSER INDUSTRIAL MICROCOMPUTERS
         87-11        MANUFACTURING DALY MANUFACTURER
                                   J. M.
WIRE AND CABLE REVISIONS IN THE 1987 NEC
         87-12        MANUFACTURING AZBILL FORM-WOUND SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS - 250 HO
                                   D. C.
INTRODUCTION TO API RP541-1987 STANDARD FOR USER
         87-13        MANUFACTURING PENGELLY
                                   B. W.        USER              G. E. ROTATING EQUIPMENT
A COMPUTER BASED MULTI-POINT VIBRATION SYSTEM FOR PROCESS PLANT AST MANUFACTURER
         87-14        SAVINGS EVALUATION METHOD FOR AC ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE APPLICATIONS
                                   D. E.
A SUGGESTED ENERGY MANUFACTURING RICE MANUFACTURER
         87-15        MANUFACTURING HIGH SPEED, HIGH HORSEPOWER SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTO
                                    ON
ADVANTAGES OF STIFF SHAFT DESIGNJ. J. McCLURG   MANUFACTURER
         VIEW         MANUFACTURING NAILEN USER
                                   R. L.
A USER'S 87-16 OF MOTOR REPAIR STANDARDS & SPECIFICATIONS
         AND          CHEMICAL     C. J. ERICKSON
                                                USER
RELIABLE 87-21 COST-EFFECTIVE ELECTRICAL HEATING OF PIPELINES WITH SELF-REGULATING AND HEATING CAB
         87-22        CHEMICAL     B. ARAGON ELECTRICAL           G. CLEVENGER
                                                                            CONSULTANT
INTEGRATED COMPUTER AIDED ENGINEERING FORCONSULTANTAPPLICATIONS, THE EVOLUTION REVOLUTION
         87-23        FOR LIVE      SEALING OF MANUFACTURER
A MODULAR APPROACH CHEMICALEND J. P. MACKEVICH                    D. LYNCH MANUFACTURER
                                                 SINGLE- AND THREE-CONDUCTOR SHIELDED EXTRUDED OR L
         87-24        CHEMICAL     R. MOULTONMANUFACTURER         S. COLELLAMANUFACTURER
DISTRIBUTIVE CONTROL OF A MAJOR CHEMICAL PRODUCTION SYSTEM USING PROGRAMMABLE CONTROL WITH
         87-25         A DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEM
BATCH CONTROL USINGCHEMICAL        D. S. SIKORAUSER                         USER
                                                                  S. W. LeCOMPTE, JR
         87-26        CHEMICAL     W. J. LUKITSCH
                                                MANUFACTURER
USE OF SMART MOTOR CONTROLLERS TO LIMIT PEAK STARTING KVA DEMAND ON INPLANT OR OFFSHORE POWE
         87-31        EMERGENCY W. K. DAVIS
OPERATION OF UPS ON PRODUCTION GENERATION USER                              CONSULTANT
                                                                  R. P. STRATFORD
         87-32        PRODUCTION
WELLHEAD MANAGER DEVELOPMENT D. C. GRANT USER                               USER
                                                                  C. M. CLINE
         87-33        PRODUCTION PROJECT INUSER
PERMITTING A LARGE COGENERATIONR. D. VARDEMAN    CALIFORNIA
         87-34        PRODUCTION S. AND VARIABLE TEMPERATURE D. H. CASHMORE FLUID LOSSES IN ESP
THE EFFECTS OF VARIABLE FREQUENCY M. DILLARD    MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                   ON FRICTION AND
         87-35        PRODUCTION PUMPING UNITS  C
OPTIMAL SIZING OF MOTOR FOR BEAMM. O. DURHAMONSULTANT                       USER
                                                                  C. R. LOCKERD
         87-36         ESP CABLE BASED ON EPDM
A NEW GENERATION OFPRODUCTION B. T. MacKENZIE   MANUFACTURER      K. MAREFATMANUFACTURER
         87-41         PROGRAMMABLE BROWNCONSULTANT
                                   R. R.
SURVEY OF THE USE OFTRANSPORTATIONLOGIC CONTROLLERS IN THE PIPELINE INDUSTRY
         87-42        TRANSPORTATION WILSONUSER
                                   J. E.                          LOCAL AND REMOTE CONTROL
APPLICATION OF PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS FOR PIPELINE F. BRIED USER
         87-43        TRANSPORTATION STEWART, JR
                                   W. T.
SCADA SYSTEM FOR U. S. NAVY FUEL DEPOT          CONSULTANT                  CONSULTANT
                                                                  C. W. BROWN
         87-44        TRANSPORTATION TURNER
                                   E. B.        CONSULTANT        C. P. LeMONE
ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE APPLICATIONS IN THE OIL AND GAS PIPELINE INDUSTRY    MANUFACTURER
         87-45        TRANSPORTATION HICKOKMANUFACTURER
                                   H. N.                          M. OF EXISTING
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
THE GATE-TURN-OFF THYRISTOR - A BREAKTHROUGH FOR THE RETROFIT R. WICKISER INDUCTION MOTORS FRO
         87-46        TRANSPORTATION BECK CONSULTANT
                                   R. T.
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR ARCTIC GROUNDING SYSTEMS                L. YU     CONSULTANT
         87-51        ELECTROCHEMICAL CAMERON
                                   M. M.        MANUFACTURER
MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN THE ELECTROCHEMICAL INDUSTRYO. K. HUNG        MANUFACTURER
         87-52        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   R. PATEL       OF COOLING ALTERNATIVES) MANUFACTURER
LARGE INDUSTRIAL RECTIFIER COOLING (A REVIEWMANUFACTURER          R. A. FICKLER
         GUIDELINES FOR AVOIDING SHOCKS IN ELECTROLYTIC CELL ROOMS
GENERAL 87-53                      T. E. DYE
                      ELECTROCHEMICAL           USER
         88-01        GENERAL      F. D. MARTZLOFF
                                                RESEARCH/OTHER
ELECTRICAL FAST TRANSIENT TESTS: APPLICATIONS AND LIMITATIONS T. F. LEEDY   RESEARCH/OTHER
         88-02        GENERAL      B. C. JOHNSON ELECTRIC HEAT    J. E. PROPST
TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT IN SELF-LIMITING MANUFACTURERTRACING CABLES       USER
         88-03        GENERAL      C. R. LOCKERD
NEC ARTICLE 725, REQUIREMENT OR LOOPHOLE USER                               CONSULTANT
                                                                  M. O. DURHAM
         88-04        GENERAL      W. H. NICHOLS
THE PRACTICE OF GROUND DIFFERENTIAL RELAYING    MANUFACTURER                CONSULTANT
                                                                  R. E. COSSE, JR
         88-05        GENERAL      A. M. ZODEH USER
SELF-CHECKING SAFETY INTERLOCK SYSTEM                                       USER
                                                                  D. S. SIKORA
         88-06        GENERAL      F. SHOKOOHCONSULTANT           R. SCHINZINGER
PARAMETER ESTIMATION FOR INDUCTION MACHINES BASED ON SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS   RESEARCH/OTHER
         88-07        GENERAL      R. P. - IEEE RECOMMENDED PRACTICES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR HARMO
UPDATE OF HARMONIC STANDARD IEEE 519STRATFORD   CONSULTANT                  CONSULTANT
                                                                  C. K. DUFFEY
         88-08        - DE-MYSTIFYINGW. ZIPSE USER TUTORIAL
1987 AMPACITY TABLES GENERAL       D. THE MYTHS AND
         88-09        GENERAL      A. H. BONNETTMANUFACTURER
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS FOR APPLICATION, INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF INDUSTRIAL AC
         88-11        MANUFACTURING JACKSON
                                   R. M.        INTO              M. H. YUENCONSULTANT
INTEGRATION OF A UTILITY DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM USERA REFINERY PLANT GENERATION/DISTRIBUTION NETWO
         88-12        MANUFACTURINGG. SMITH     CONSULTANT        D. R. LETOURNEAU TO
                                                                            BREAKERS
DESIGN, SPECIFICATION, PURCHASE, AND INSTALLATION OF SF6 POWER CIRCUIT CONSULTANT REPLACE OVER
         88-13        MANUFACTURING SHORT CIRCUIT
                                   O.           CONSULTANT        A. E. EFTHYMIADIS
A COMPARISON OF STATIC AND DYNAMICE. ROENSPIESS ANALYSIS PROCEDURES         RESEARCH/OTHER


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         88-14       MANUFACTURING HANNA USER
                                   R. A.
HARMONICS AND TECHNICAL BARRIERS IN ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
         88-15       MANUFACTURING SYNERGISTIC BENEFITS OF G. J. ANDERSON
                                   R. A.
INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEM AUTOMATION:KENNEDY      MANUFACTURER                MANUFACTURER
                                                                   INTEGRATING PROTECTION, INSTRUMEN
         88-16       MANUFACTURING P. PRIBA
A PLC APPLICATION FOR LARGE MOTOR MONITORING    USER                        USER
                                                                  T. PAMETICKY
         88-21       CHEMICAL      W. H. BECK MANUFACTURER        J. DRIVE SYSTEM
THE STEPS TO SELECT A HIGH HORSEPOWER VARIABLE FREQUENCY FANL. ASCHERT      CONSULTANT
          ADJUSTABLE CHEMICAL DRIVES TO COOLING TOWER FANS F. STACK MANUFACTURER
APPLYING88-22        SPEED AC      M. CASSIDY USER
         88-23       CHEMICAL      J. NEVELSTEEN
STARTING OF LARGE MOTORS - METHODS AND ECONOMICSCONSULTANT                  C
                                                                  H. ARAGONONSULTANT
         88-24       CHEMICAL      G. C. SOUKUP MANUFACTURER
DETERMINING MOTOR QUALITY THROUGH ROUTINE ELECTRICAL TESTS
         88-25       CHEMICAL      W. H. NICHOLSMANUFACTURER        CONNECTION
                                                                            CONSULTANT
AN ILLUSTRATION OF HARMONIC SUPPRESSION DUE TO TRANSFORMERR. E. COSSE - A SIMPLIFIED APPROACH
         88-26       CHEMICAL      P. ZOTOS     CONSULTANT        B.
ANTI-FRICTION BEARING TEMPERATURE RISE FOR NEMA FRAME MOTORS MARU MANUFACTURER
         CORNER GROUNDED DELTA - FRIEND OR USER
480 VOLT 88-31       PRODUCTION W. D. BOLIN FOE?                  C. KUBIN USER
         88-32       PRODUCTION J. S. DUDOR CONSULTANT
APPLICATION AND USE OF INSPECTION CHECKLISTS FOR FACTORY AND FIELD INSPECTION OF ELECTRICAL EQU
         API RP      PRODUCTION R.              U
THE NEW 88-33 500B - ONE YEAR LATERJ. GOBRICK SER                           USER
                                                                  M .W. WEBEL
         88-34       PRODUCTION L. YU           CONSULTANT
EVALUATION OF ELECTRICAL HAZARDS IN AC LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEMS R. T. BECK       CONSULTANT
         88-35       PRODUCTION S. C. ROBERTS   USER              R. L. EVANS
                                                                            USER
PREPARATION OF SHIELDED METAL CLAD CABLES FOR SEALING IN CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS
         88-36       PRODUCTION A. W. ASHLEY    CONSULTANT        W. J. RUSCHEL
                                                                            CONSULTANT
COORDINATION OF RELAYS, RECLOSERS, AND SECTIONALIZING FUSES FOR OVERHEAD LINES IN THE OIL PATCH
         88-41       TRANSPORTATIONS. BELL      DUTY MOTOR
DEVELOPMENT OF A 40 YEAR DESIGN LIFE SEVERE MANUFACTURER                    MANUFACTURER
                                                                  W. G. STIFFLER
         88-42        AND PROTECTIVE ZOCHOLL
                                   S. E.        MANUFACTURER
INTEGRATED METERINGTRANSPORTATION RELAY SYSTEMS - LARGE DRIVE MOTOR APPLICATIONS
         88-43       TRANSPORTATION DeWINTER
                                   F. A.        CONSULTANT        B. J. PUMP CONTROL
THE APPLICATION OF A 3500 HP VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE FOR PIPELINE KEDROSKY USER
         88-44       TRANSPORTATION PIPELINE FACILITIES
                                   J. W.
REPLACING PCB EQUIPMENT AT PRODUCTSKILGORESER   U
         88-45       TRANSPORTATIONC. SANDBERG
THE APPLICATION OF A CONTINUOUS LEAK DETECTION SYSTEM TO PIPELINES AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
                                                MANUFACTURER
                                                         RAYCHEM CORP
                                                                  J. HOLMES        RAYCHEM CORP
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
         88-46       TRANSPORTATION HOGE MANUFACTURER
                                   D. J.                          J. R. JENSEN
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
A COMPARISON OF PROTOCOL CONVERSION METHODS FOR THE RETROFIT OF SCADA SYSTEMS
         ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN FOR A MODERN CHLOR-ALKALI PLANT ELECTRIC
OPTIMUM 88-51                      R. L. DOUGHTY
                     ELECTROCHEMICAL            USER              T. E. DYE USER
                                                         WESTINGHOUSE              WESTINGHOUSE ELE
         88-52       ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   J. J. DEMOS MANUFACTURER
ON-LINE RECTIFIER ANALYSIS - END USER EXPERIENCES
         88-53       ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   P. J. SAVOIE & RELIABILITY ADVANCES IN LOW VOLTAGE CIRCUIT BREAKER
RMS DIGITAL TRIPS OFFER INCREASED ACCURACY MANUFACTURER                     MANUFACTURER
                                                                  K. PURKAYASTHA
         89-01       GENERAL       H. R. STEWARTMANUFACTURER
RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR INSTALLATION, TERMINATION AND TESTING OF INSULATED POWER CABLES AS U
         89-02       GENERAL        OF DALY MANUFACTURER
FLAMMABILITY AND TOXICITY TESTINGJ. M.WIRE AND CABLE
         89-03        TRIPPING     G. E. HEBERLEIN, JR.
                                                MANUFACTURER
ADDRESSING NUISANCEGENERAL OF INSTANTANEOUS TRIP BREAKERS IN HIGH EFFICIENCY MOTOR APPLICATIO
         89-04       GENERAL
EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN SYSTEMS D. S. SIKORAUSER                                 USER
                                                                  R. L. JONES
         89-05       GENERAL       P. K. WAVEFORM DISTORTION
DERATING OF INDUCTION MOTORS DUE TO SEN         CONSULTANT                  CONSULTANT
                                                                  H. A. LANDA
         89-06       GENERAL       L. Y. YU     CONSULTANT
OPEN AND SHORT CIRCUIT BEHAVIOR OF INDUCTION MOTORS               K. N. WONGCONSULTANT
         89-07       GENERAL       R. H. DAUGHERTY
                                                MANUFACTURER
BUS TRANSFER OF AC INDUCTION MOTORS, A PERSPECTIVE
         89-08       GENERAL       G. W. BOTTRELL
                                                MANUFACTURER
FAST BUS-TRANSFER TECHNIQUES FOR MAINTAINING FULL PLANT PRODUCTION
         89-09       GENERAL       D. L. AND SYNCHRONOUS IN-PHASE L. ZIPSE
AUTOMATED BUS TRANSFER CONTROLLER HORNAK        MANUFACTURER                FOR
                                                                  D. RELAY USERCRITICAL INDUSTRIAL PRO
         89-11       MANUFACTURING AZBILL USER
                                   D. C.                          R. SPEED USER
A CASE STUDY OF REPLACING STEAM TURBINES WITH LCI TYPE VARIABLE E. CATLETT  DRIVES
         89-12       MANUFACTURING F. KLEINER MANUFACTURER        R. VON MUSIL
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS AND DESIGN CRITERIA FOR HIGH-SPEED ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVERS FOR L
         89-13       MANUFACTURING DOUGHTY
                                   R. L.        USER
DESIGN OF A 138 KV GAS INSULATED SUBSTATION FOR A LARGE INDUSTRIAL COGENERATION FACILITY
         89-14       MANUFACTURING EVANS FOR
                                   R. A.
A MANUAL/AUTOMATIC SYNCHRONIZATION CIRCUITUSER A 37.5 MVA STEAM TURBINE DRIVEN GENERATOR
         89-15       MANUFACTURING RECCHIUTI
                                   J. L.
DATA AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS WIRING      USER                        USER
                                                                  M. A. CLAUSING
         89-16       MANUFACTURING EFTHYMIADIS
                                   A. E.        CONSULTANT        O. E. AND CONSULTANT
                                                                            TRANSIENT
SIMULATION OF PROTECTIVE RELAY PERFORMANCE UNDER SHORT CIRCUIT ROENNSPIESS SWING CONDITION
         89-21       CHEMICAL      K. USING PERSONAL COMPUTERSR. L. HAYNES
                                                C
AUTOMATED ENGINEERING AND DESIGN W. ENGLISHONSULTANT                        CONSULTANT
         89-22        ROTATION     W. H. NICHOLSMANUFACTURER      C.
POWER SYSTEM PHASECHEMICAL AND POLARIZED PROTECTIVE RELAYS A. CASTRO        MANUFACTURER
         89-23       TOOL FOR      A. V. MOHAN MANUFACTURER
                                                RAO               J. F. WOLFINGER
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
PC-BASED DIAGNOSTIC CHEMICAL PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT IN THE PETROLEUM AND CHEMICA
         SHAFT       CHEMICAL       ELECTRIC MANUFACTURER
FLEXIBLE 89-24 VERSUS RIGID SHAFTE. L. OWEN MACHINES FOR PETROLEUM AND CHEMICAL PLANTS
         AFFECTING LIGHTING FIXTURER. WIEDRICH TEMPERATURE, FIXTURE LIFE AND SUBSEQUENT SUITABIL
FACTORS 89-25        CHEMICAL      T. OPERATING MANUFACTURER                USER
                                                                  J. T. WOODS
         89-26       CHEMICAL      J. W. SIMMONSMANUFACTURER
USE OF FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTIONS IN SPECIFYING DRIVE SYSTEMS        D. A. DEY USER
         89-31       PRODUCTION V. GENERATORS FROM WEATHER ON OFFSHORE PLATFORMS
PRESERVATION OF LARGE MOTORS AND S. PAI         USER
         89-32       AND ULTRA-HIGH SLIP MOTORS ON CYCLIC
                                                C
COMPARISON OF NEMA PRODUCTION M. O. DURHAMONSULTANT LOADS LOCKERD C.        USER
         89-33       PRODUCTION R. HUFF         USER              C. SANDBERG
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
DESIGN, COMMISSIONING AND OPERATIONAL EXPERIENCE OF A HEAT TRACING SYSTEM WITH EXTENSIVE ELECT
         89-34       PRODUCTION C. KUBIN        USER
DATA BASE TECHNIQUES FOR ANALYZING ELECTRIC POWER BILLS
         89-35       PRODUCTION W. H. GOFF USER
AUTOMATION OF RECIPROCATING GAS ENGINE COMPRESSOR PACKAGES USING PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTR
          SYSTEM SELECTION FOR A PROCESS PLANT "WHY A DCS MAY NOT BE THE ANSWER"
CONTROL89-36         PRODUCTION L. CHADWICK     USER              B. WENYON MANUFACTURER
         89-41       TRANSPORTATION PAL
                                   Z. M.        USER              R. H. JOHNSTON
SIMULATION OF PIPELINE HOLIDAY DETECTION BY TIME DOMAIN REFLECTOMETRY       CONSULTANT


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          89-42        TRANSPORTATION
                                    LARGE DRIVE HARMONIC PROBLEMS AT THE DESIGN STAGE
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO SOLVING F. A. DeWINTER   CONSULTANT                  CONSULTANT
                                                                   L. GRAINGER
          89-43        TRANSPORTATION BROWN
                                    C. W.        CONSULTANT
SCADA SYSTEM FOR U. S. NAVY FUEL DEPOT SECOND GENERATION                     CONSULTANT
                                                                   W. T. STEWART, JR.
          89-44        TRANSPORTATION CLARK MANUFACTURER
                                    O. M.                           SYSTEMS
LIGHTNING PROTECTION FOR MICROPROCESSOR BASED ELECTRONICSR. E. GAVENDER      USER
          89-45        TRANSPORTATION
                                    Y. GUEVARA CONSULTANT
UNSTEADY AND STEADY FLOW CONTROL ON PUMPING STATIONS               R. CARMONACONSULTANT
           OF HARMONIC POLLUTION ON POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS R. BRANDELL
ANALYSIS89-46                       W. L.
                       TRANSPORTATION COTTEN     CONSULTANT
                                                         RALPH M. PARSONS CO
                                                                   S.                RALPH M. PARSONS C
                                                                             CONSULTANT
          89-51        ELECTROCHEMICAL
ESTIMATING BUSBAR TEMPERATURES J. HUS            MANUFACTURER
          89-52         ON POWER MEASUREMENT
EFFECT OF HARMONICSELECTROCHEMICAL               MANUFACTURER
                                    I. PURKAYASTHA                           MANUFACTURER
                                                                   P. J. SAVOIE
          89-53        SYSTEM DESIGN R.
                                    R. FOR COPPER ELECTROWINNING INDUSTRY
RECTIFIER AND DC BUS ELECTROCHEMICALBROWNCONSULTANT
          90-01        GENERAL      RICHARD HULETT       RAYCHEM HEAT
REVISED 515:RECOMMENEDE PRACTICE FOR ELECTRICAL RESISTANCE CORP.TRACING
          90-02        GENERAL      C.J. ERIKSON         DUPONT N.R. PETRO-CHEMICAL PLANT PROJECT
A STUDY OF STEAM VS ELECTRICAL PIPELINE HEATING COSTS ON A TYPICALRAFFERTY           DUPONT
          90-03        GENERAL
WIRE AND CABLE UPDATE-1990          MICHAEL G. BOW                 KENNETH
                                                         DOW CHEMICAL USA E. BOW DOW CHEMICAL USA
          90-04        GENERAL      PAUL S. HAMER        CHEVRON RESEARCH MOTORS AND GENERAL
                                                                    L. BRUCE MCCLUNG UNION CARBIDE
API STANDARD 546 - A NEW PURCHASE SPECIFICATION FOR LARGE SYNCHRONOUSAND TECHNOLOGY CO. CHEM
          90-05        GENERAL      R.H. INDUCTION       RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.
                                                                   C.H. WENNERSTROM  RELIANCE ELECTRIC
NEED FOR INDUSTRY STANDARDS FOR A-CDAUGHERTYMOTORS INTENDED FOR USE WITH ADJUSTABLE FREQUE
          90-06        GENERAL      W.R. TREATMENTS SIEMENS ENERGY & AUTOMATION,INC
NOISE IN INDUCTION MOTORS-CAUSES ANDFINLEY
          90-07        GENERAL       CURRENTS IN MEDIUM VOLTAGE L.B. MCCLUNG CLASSIFIED CARBIDE CHEM
                                                                   MOTORS FOR
RISK OF IGNITION DUE TO TRANSITIONJURGE BREDTHAUER SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT        UNION LOCATIONS
          90-08        GENERAL      R.L. DOUGHTY         DUPONT R.A. EPPERLY
MAINTAINING SAFE ELECTRICAL WORK PRACTICES IN A COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT              DUPONT
          90-09        GENERAL      A.W. BALLARD         CROUSE-HINDS
                                                                   GARRETT 1, HAZARDOUS
                                                                                     CROUSE-HINDS
SAFETY-RELATED MAINTENANCE OF EXPLOSIONPROOF ENCLOSURES FOR CLASSS. YARBROUGH LOCATIONS
           UTILITY REGULATION: PARAMETERSPOLLOCK
ELECTRIC90-11                                            DRAZEN-BRUBAKER & ASSOC. INC.
                       PETROLEUM JEFFRY AND CURRENT ISSUES FROM AN INTERVENOR'S PERSPECTIVE
          90-12        PETROLEUM C.E. DAVIS              ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS USERS NEED
EVALUATION COMPUTER RPOGRAMS FOR ANALYZING INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS - WHATANALYSIS, INC.TO KNOW
          90-13        PETROLEUM MARK GOODMAN            ARCO PRODUCTS CO.
THE INTERFACING OF HIGH VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR AND DISTRIBUTED CONTROL SYSTEMS IN A LARGE COGENER
          90-14        PETROLEUM DAVID E. SCHUMP         BAKER
TESTING TO ASSURE RELIABLE OPERATION OF ELECTRIC MOTORS INSTRUMENT CO.
          90-15        PETROLEUM AZAD MESROBIAN          SYNCHRONOUS GENERATORSKATO ENGINEERING
RAMDOM WOUND VERSUS FORM WOUND ON LOW VOLTAGE KATO ENGINEERING     J.H. HOLDREGE
          90-16        PETROLEUM AC DONNER               TEXACO API STANDARD 541 SECOND EDITION-SPEC
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR LARGEG.L. MOTORS TO COMPLY WITH REFINING W.L. SUBLER       RELIANCE ELECTRIC
          90-21        CHEMICAL     AUSTIN STARTING CURRENT IN A.C. SQUIRREL /CAGE INDUCTION MOTORS
THE BENEFITS OF ALLOWING FOR INCREASED H. BONNETT U.S. ELECTRICAL MOTORS, DIVISION OF EMERSON E
          90-22        CHEMICAL     WAYNE WHARRAN        RELIANCE ELECTRIC LIMITED FCF BOWERS, INC.
                                                                   BOB ECKERT
TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR LARGE AC INDUCTION MOTORS ON VARIABLE FREQUENCY APPLICATIONS
           OF SELF-REGULATING HEATING CABLELARDEAR IN PIPELINE INC.
CONTROL90-23           CHEMICAL     JOSEPH L. FOR USE VAL-TECH HEATING APPLICATIONS
          90-24        GENERAL      N.B. MIKLITZ         DUPONT ROY H. MUSTERER AEG CORP.
IMPLEMENTATION OF PROCESS CONTROL WITH PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
          90-25        GENERAL      H.A. BOCKLE          KILLARK ELECTRIC APPROACH KILLARK ELECTRIC M
                                                                   J.I. IEC MFG. CO.
NON-METALLIC EQUIPMENT FOR HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED) LOCATION- THECOHEN
          90-26        GENERAL      JAMES A. ROBERTSONDOW OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTION FACILITIES
A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO ELECTRICAL RELIABILITY AUDITINGCHEMICALS CO.
          90-31        PRODUCTION GEORGE LUKE
GAS COMPRESSORS SKID WIRING SPECIFICATIONS               ORYX ENERGY CO.
          90-32        PRODUCTION WILLIAM L. COTTEN      FOR MAJORM. PARSONS CO.
                                                                     ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
RECOMMENDED MANUFACTORING INSPECTIONS AND TESTS THE RALPHMICHAEL J. STUBIN THE RALPH M. PARSO
          90-33        PRODUCTION WALTER J. LUKITSCH ALLEN-BRADLEY CO.
CONTROLLING STARTING AND STOPPING PUMPS SURGES WITH MICROPROCESSORS BASED STARTER
          90-34        PRODUCTION F.G. BOSCH             ESSO RESOURCES CANADA LIMITED
                                                                   K.J. SCHMITT      PRODUCTION WELLS
EVALUATION OF DOWNHOLE ELECTRIC IMPENDANCE HEATING SYSTEMS FOR PARAFFIN CONTROL IN OIL TECHN
          90-36        PRODUCTION CHARLES H. NEELEY MOBIL OIL EXPLORATION & PRODUCING U.S. CO.
                                                                   PATRICK W.
PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS INTERGRATE OIL FIELD SCADA AND AUTOMATION ABSHIRE           MOBIL PIPELINE
          90-41        TRANSPORTATION
                                    CLAYTON M. GRONDAHL  GENERAL ELECTRICE. JURCZYNSKI
                                                                   GERALD CO.        GENERAL ELECRIC CO
PERFORMANCE AND RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENTS FOR MS3002 AND MS5001 TURBINES IN PIPELINE APPLICATIONS
          90-42        TRANSPORTATION
                                    LAWRENCE J. ADAMCIK  DOW ALTERNATIVES
ELECTRICAL AREA CLASSIFICATION DEFINITIONS, APPLICATIONS &CHEMICAL CO.
          90-43        TRANSPORTATION NAGEL
                                    W.D.
THE ULTRA EFFICIENT AMORPHOUS SUBSTATION TRANSFORMER     GE CO.
          90-44        TRANSPORTATION
PC BASED LOOP DRAWING GENERATION                                   EDWARD J. OCOBOC JR.
                                    WAYNE P. KRAEMER E&L ENGINEERING, INC.           E&L ENGINEERING IN
          90-45        TRANSPORTATIONPACKAGES FOR ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS RALPH M. PARSO
                                                                    M. PARSONS CO. THE
PERSONAL COMPUTER BASED DESIGNWILLIAM L. COTTEN THE RALPHNORMAN MORISHIGE
          90-46        TRANSPORTATION WITH CORP.
                                    CHET
IMPEDANCE MATCH PERSONAL COMPUTERSSANDBERG               RAYCHEM CORP.
          90-51        PCB REGULATIONS-OPTIONS ANALYSIS
COMPLIANCE WITH EPA ELECTROCHEMICAL ROLAND KUMP          GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
          90-52        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    MALCOLM CAMERON UNIVERSALDAVID FOR COMPLEX INDUSTRIAL PROCE
                                                                    DYNAMICS
IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INNOVATION SELF-TURNING ADAPTIVE CONTROLLER LYONLTD. UNIVERSAL DYNAMIC
          90-53        ELECTROCHEMICALMORRISON
                                    W.G.                 DUPONT CABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
USING NEW TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY OF AN INDUSTRIAL R.J. ARHART             DUPONT
          91-01        GENERAL       AND REWIND
IEEE STANDARD P1068 MOTOR REPAIRMILTON H. RAMSEY                   KIRK
                                                         CHEVRON USA ARMITOR         RELIANCE ELECTRIC
          91-02        GENERAL       FAULTS J. SMITH 111 WALDERMAR S. NELSON ADN INSULATED-CASE CIRC
SHORT CIRCUIT RATINGS,LABELS,AND ARTHUR WITHSTANDABILITY OF MOLDED-CASE & CO., INC.
          91-03        GENERAL      JAMES H. DYMOND      GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., CANADA
STALL TIME, ACCELERATION TIME, FREQUENCY OF STARTING: THE MYTHS AND THE FACTS
          ENGINEERINGGENERAL
SYSTEMS 91-04                       FRANK A. MOTOR ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES COLT ENGINNERING C
                                                                   LARRY M. BENKE
                        FOR LARGE INDUCTIONDEWINTER ALLEN-BRADLEY CANADA
          91-05        GENERAL       DIFFERENT PETERS DOW CHEMICAL APPLICATIONALLEN-BRADLEY CO.
                                                                   GERD BOYSON
IEC VS NEMA - A COMPARISON OF THE CHARLES T. RATING STRUCTURES ANDUSA                 CONSIDERATIONS AS
           OF CENTRAL MONITORING, DATA GATHERING AND ELI LILLY CO. SITE ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYST
BENEFITS91-06          GENERAL      DAVID L. JOHNSON     CONTROL OF                  ELI
                                                                   BRADLEY R. NEWMAN LILLY CO.
          91-07        SAFETY       KENNETH S.
MOTORS TERMINALS BOX EXPLOSIONS TO FAULTS CRAWFORD       DUPONT DAVID G. CLARK       DUPONT
          91-08        AND BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS" O. SYSTEMS MODEL
ELECTRICAL,MAGNETIC SAFETY                               THE
                                    DR. MARCUS A DURHAM UNIVERSITY OF TULSA
          91-09        SAFETY       DONALD W. ZIPSE      FMC CORP.
HEALTH EFFECTS OF EXTREMLY LOW FREQUENCY (50 AND 60 HERTZ) ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS


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         91-11        PETROLEUM NEIL FOR DIGITAL SYSTEMS DANIELS INC.
AN INTERGRATED GROUNDING PRACTICES D. AMES            FLOUR     EARL F. MONGOMERYFLOUR DANIELS INC.
         91-12        PETROLEUM D.L. ELKINS           EXXON CHEMICAL CO.
                                                                A.C. CURRENTS
TRANSIENTS DURING 138 KV SF6 BREAKERS SWITCHING OF LOW INDUCTIVEJAIN             EXXON RESEARCH AN
         91-13        PETROLEUM MICHAEL
SHAFT VOLTAGES AND ROTATING MACHINERY J. COSTELLOMAGNETIC PRODUCTS & SERVICES, INC.
          FOR         PETROLEUM RAY UTILITIES:1991-1999         HYDE M. MERRILL
OUTLOOK91-14 ELECTRICAL ENERGY FROMP. STRATFORD POWER TECHNOLOGIES, INC. POWER TECHNOLOG
         91-15        PETROLEUM B. CAGLES             TEXACO CHEMICAL INDUCTIONRELIANCE ELECTRIC
                                                                 SPEED CO.
THE EFFECT OF OVERVOLTAGE ON SYSTEM PERFORMANCE USING LOWF. HEREDOS               MOTORS
         91-16        PETROLEUM RON TRACING           ESSO PETROLEUM CANADA OMARA SYSTEMS
                                                                 IMPROVE RELIABILITY, REDUCE MAINTE
MICROPROCESSOR-BASED ELECTRIC HEATJURCHUK CONTROLLERS TOBOB HOLMES
         91-21        CHEMICAL     J.L. CRAGGS        SIEMENS ENERGY & AUTOMATION, INC.
SPECIFYING AND MEASURING THE NOISE LEVEL OF ELECTRIC MOTORS IN OPERATION
         91-22        CHEMICAL     FRITZ KLEINER      SIEMENS AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
GRAPHICS BASED MONITORING AND DIAGNOSTIC AID FOR LARGE ELECTRIC ADJUSTABLE SPEED PROCESS DRIV
         91-23        CHEMICAL     PANKAY K. SEN      DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND C
DESIGN OF STEEL GROUNDING SYSTEM IN A HEAVY INDUSTRIAL PLANT
         91-24        BREAKER      JACK A. FIDINGER   GENERAL ELECTRIC CO,
                                                                JAMES R. VINCENT
LOW VOLTAGE CIRCUIT CHEMICALMODERNIZATION THROUGH SOLID-STATE TECHNOLOGY GENERAL ELECTRIC C
         91-25        CHEMICAL     KENNETH CABLE
SPECIFYING, SELECTING, AND TESTING QUALITYE. BOW                JOSEPH H. SNOW ANIXTER BROS., INC.
                                                      THE DOW CHEMICAL CO.
         91-26        TRAINING     ROBERT T. SLAYMAKER
TODAY'S CHALLENGE INCHEMICAL NEW ENGINEERS                                       D
                                                      DUPONT CHRISTINE M. BATES UPONT
         91-31        PRODUCTION JAMES K. PHIPPS                JOHN P. NELSON
A HARMONIC DISTORTION CONTROL TECHNIQUE APPLIED TO 6-PULSE BRIDGE CONVERTERS
         91-32        PRODUCTION JAMES
PRACTICAL CONGENERATION FOR THE 90'S H. HARLOW        BECKWITH ELECTRIC CO.
         91-33        PRODUCTION FREQUENCIES AND KATO ENGINEERINGC. ROWE KATO ENGINNERING D
                                                                DENTON DIVISION-RELIANCE ELECTRIC C
THE IMPACT OF VARIABLE OPERATINGAZAD MESROBIAN DISTORTION ON ELECTRICAL POWER MONITORING AN
         91-34
ELECTRICAL SEALS      PRODUCTION WILL E. MCBRIDE      ARCO ALASKA, INC.
         91-35        PRODUCTION J. H. KUCZKA         KILLARK ELECTRIC MFG.
                                                                A.C. HAZARDOUS KILLARK ELECTRIC M
 NEC VS IEC METHODS OF PROTECTION FOR CLASS I, DIVISION 1 VS. ZONE 1,MILLER CO. (CLASSIFIED) LOCATIO
          OF FAULT LOCATION TECHNIQUES IN MEDIUM VOLTAGE POWER CABLE CABLE CO.
A REVIEW91-36         PRODUCTION OLIN L. WILLIS       CABLEC INDUSTRIAL
           OF TANK GAUGING SYSTEM PAUL W. MAUER
UPGRADE91-41                       PHILLIPS SWEENEY REFINERY COMPLEX W. BROWNNGINEERING DESIGN
                      TRANSPORTATION                            CHARLES
                                                      PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO.     E
         91-42        TRANSPORTATION
                                   CHRISTOPHER J. JANDRAIN
AUTOMATED PETORLEUM PRODUCT TERMINAL DELIVERIES AMOCO PIPELINE CO.
           EXPERIENCE TRANSPORTATION
RETROFIT91-43                      PIPELINE COMPRESSOR VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE
                      OF AN 8000HP WILLIAM J. FREY    GEC AUTOMATION PROJECTS INC.
         91-44        TRANSPORTATION KNIGHT
                                   GENE               SKM SYSTEMS ANALUSIS, INC.
                                                                HARRY SIELING
COMPARISON OF ANSI AND IEC 908 SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT CALCULATION PROCEDURESSKM SYSTEMS ANALY
         91-45        TRANSPORTATION BAIGENT
                                   DREW               MULTILLIN INC.
                                                                ED LEDENHAFT
MICROPROCESSOR-BASED PROTECTION RELAYS: DESIGN AND APPLICATION EXAMPLES          MULTILLIN INC.
         91-46        TRANSPORTATION
                                   RALPH L. HAYNES    FLOUR DANIELS, INC.
                                                                FRED CURRENT     FLOUR DANIELS, INC.
MOTORS FOR USE IN HAZARDOUS AREAS A- REVIEW OF REQUIREMENTS AND L. MESSECPRACTICES
         91-51        NEUTRAL GROUNDING RESISTOR AND GROUNDROLF L.PROTECTION FOR INDUSTRIAL PO
SELECTION OF SYSTEM ELECTROCHEMICALDR. LUKE YU                   M. PARSONS CO.
                                                      THE RALPH FAULT HENRIKS CONSULTANT
         91-52        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   PATRICK M. CUSACK GE
TESTING OF LARGE MOTORS TO API 541 AND API546 STANDARD CANADA
         91-53        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   MALCOLM CAMERON UNIVERSITY
TRENDS IN POWER FACTOR CORRECTION WITH HARMONIC FILTERING DYNAMICS LIMITED
         92-01        GENERAL      CONCEPTUAL POWER SYSTEM DESIGN STUDIES
                                                                C. E. DAVIS
AN ARGUMENT AND PROCEDURE FOR J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS INDUSTRIAL POWER SYSTEMS, INC.  ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
         92-02        GENERAL
DYNAMICS OF AC ELECTRICAL MACHINES EDGAR F. MERRILL   CONSULTING ENGINEER
         92-03         AND APPLICATION OF SMART FUSESGENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
DESIGN, DEVELOPMENTGENERAL         R. RANJAN           - PART 1 E. W. KALKSTEIN DU PONT
         92-04        PROGRAM      ROBERT LEAD ACID STORAGE BATTERY BANKS
A DIAGNOSTIC TESTING GENERAL FOR LARGE D. SOILEAU, JR.DOW CHEMICAL
         92-05        GENERAL      PAUL CLASSIFICATIONCHEVRON RESEARCH & TECH. CHEVRON U.S.A.
API RP 500 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR S. HAMER                  DAVID N. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS A
                                                       OF LOCATIONS FORBISHOP
           IN HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS A. W. BALLARD IN THE 1993 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
CHANGES92-06          GENERAL      REQUIREMENTS                 S. SENGUPTA
                                                      CROUSE-HINDS               RHONE-POULENC
         92-07        SAFETY       BRUCE C. COLE      DUPONT RICHARD L.
CREATING A CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT ENVIRONMENT FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY DOUGHTY      DUPONT
           AND        SAFETY       DONALD W. ZIPSE    FMC CORP.
ELECTRIC92-08 MAGNETIC FIELDS: EQUIPMENT AND METHODOLOGY USED FOR OBTAINING MEASUREMENTS
         92-09        SAFETY       R.H. BUSCHART      KILLARK ELECTRIC MFG. CO. KILLARK ELECTRIC M
                                                                J.H. KUCZKA
ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN HAZARDUOS ( CLASSIFICATION) CLASS 1 LOCATIONS
         92-11        GENERAL      WILLIAM L. COTTEN            KAI RAMSIG
DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR REDUCING ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS EFFECTS FROM 60-HZ ELECTRICAL POWER SYS
         92-12        GENERAL      GARY L. DONNER     TEXACO REFINING AND MARKETING INC. TECHNO
A REAL TIME SIMULATION FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS  KEITH A. BROWN OPERATION
         92-13        GENERAL       COORDINATION
ACHIEVING IEC TYPE 2 SHORT CIRCUITPAUL E. ALWIN       ALLEN-BRADLEY CO.
         92-14        PETROLEUM LARGE                  MOTORS ANDMAGERKURTH USING ON-LINE R.F. TE
                                                                W. GENERATORS EXXON RESEARCH &
STATOR INSULATION MONITORING OF P. LO HIGH VOLTAGEEXXON CHEMICAL CO.
         92-15        PETROLEUM ROBERT A. HANNA       PETRO-CANADA PRODUCTS STONE & WEBSTER
                                                                PETER BULMER
MINIMIZING REFINERY UPSET DURING POWER INTERRUPTIONS USING PLC CONTROL
         92-16        PETROLEUM LINDEN W. PIERCE      GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
PREDICTING LIQUID FILLED TRANSFORMER LOADING CAPABILITY
           HEAT       CHEMICAL     ROY E. BARTH       THERMON BEN C. JOHNSON THERMON
ELECTRIC92-21 TRACING DESIGN FROM A TEMPERATURE PERSPECTIVE
         92-22        CHEMICAL     JUSTO BENITEZ      STONE & INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SY
APPLICATION OF CAPACITORS FOR POWER FACTOR CORRECTION OF WEBSTER ENGINEERING CORP.
         92-23        CHEMICAL     AUSTIN H. BONNETT MOTORS
CAUSE AND ANALYSIS OF BEARING FAILURES IN ELECTRICALU.S. ELECTRICAL MOTORS DIVISION OF EMERSON E
          SHIELD      CHEMICAL     KENNETH E. BOW     EFFECTS CHEMICAL CO.
                                                                DONALD A. VOLTZ THE DOW CHEMICAL
OVERALL 92-24 PROTECTS INSTRUMENT CABLE FROM THE THE DOW OF LIGHTING
         92-25         THE MODERNIZING OF A MEDIUM VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION SYSTE, DUPONT
STANDING ON ONE LEG:CHEMICAL       J.L. RECCHIUTI     DUPONT W.H. KUCK
         92-26        CHEMICAL     THOMAS F. LOWERY RELIANCE ELECTRIC PETRO RELIANCE ELECTRIC
                                                                DAVID W.
APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS FOR PWM INVERTER-FED LOW-VOLTAGE INDUCTION MOTORS
         92-31        PRODUCTION JURGEN WILLIS
CABLE THERMAL MODELING AND ANALYSIS                             TODD BRASTETTERREDA
                                                      LAWRENCE TECHNOLOGY
         92-32        PRODUCTION SAAD J. MERHEJ
HARMONIC FILTERING FOR THE OFFSHORE INDUSTRY                    BILL NICHOLS
                                                      AMOCO PRODUCTION CO.       WESTINGHOUSE ELE
         92-33         IN THE REAL MARCUS
SAFE WORK PRACTICESPRODUCTION WORLD O. DURHAM THE UNIVERSITY OF TULSA
         92-34         APPLIED TO CHET DAVIS
EXPERT SYSTEM TOOLSPRODUCTIONPOWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS              YI ZHANG         ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
                                                      ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, INC.


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         92-35        PRODUCTION RICHARD W. GALLANT IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
SHAPING THE FUTURE: PROMOTING CHANGE WITHIN THE ELECTRIC UTILITY INDUSTRY
         92-36        PRODUCTION MIGUEL A. CABALLER ELI LILLY AND CO.
                                                                 JOHN               E
COMPUTER CONTROLLED LOAD-SHEDDING FOR A CO-GENERATION FACILITY H. KASSEBAUMLI LILLY AND CO.
         92-41        TRANSPORTATION
                                   LANCE G. GRAINGER GRAINGER JACK P. LEUW
                                                                 ELECTRICAL RESEARCH AN
                                                                                    TRANS CANADA PIPEL
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS WHEN APPLYING LARGE COMPRESSOR SYNCHORONOUS MOTORS TOLTD.SVC CONTR
         92-42        RPM HIGH SPEED INDUCTION MOTOR AND DRIVE IN A 7000 HP PIPE LINE GAS COMPRESS
                                   STEPHEN C. LAGRONETRASCONTINENTAL GRIGGS ROSS HILL CONTROL
APPLICATION OF A 5500 TRANSPORTATION                             MILES C. GAS NATURAL
         92-43        INSTALLATION...LOOK BEYOND THE ELECTRONICS
                                   R.L.
FOR A SUCCESFUL ASD TRANSPORTATION NAILEN              WISCONSIN ELECTRIC POWER CO.
         92-44        TRANSPORTATION
                                   CHARLES POWER SYSTEM AND YOU.
STATIC POWER CONVERTERS, HARMONICS,THE E. MCCOY THE RALPH PARSONS CO.
         92-45        TRANSPORTATION
                                   RAOUL L. WOOD       SANTA FE PACIFIC PIPELINE, L.P.
                                                                 FRED ABOODY        SANTA FE PACIFIC PIP
CASE TOOLS AND INTERACTIVE PROCESS MODELING ACCELERATED THE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT CYCLE FOR
         92-46        TRANSPORTATION QUARTEY
                                   BRIAN
AN APPLICATION OF PLC'S AS AN RTU IN SCADA SYSTEMS               DONALD
                                                       AMOCO PIPELINE SHAW          AMOCO PIPELINE
         92-51        ELECTROCHEMICAL E. RICE
                                   DAVID                CURRENTS
A DETAILED ANALYSIS OF SIX-PULSE CONVERTER HARMONICGE CO.
         92-52        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   DR. AND YU          THE RALPHROU T. BECK FACILITIES
                                                                  M. PARSONS
SAFE GROUNDING PRACTICES PRACTICESLUKE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INDUSTRIALCO. THE RALPH M. CO.
         92-53        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   THOMAS E. DYE       OLIN CORP. ICHAEL B. BYKOWSKI
                                                                 M
REVIEW OF CI PAMPHLET NO. 139 ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN CHLOR-ALKALI CELL FACILITIES OCCIDENTAL CHEMIC
         FACTORS AFFECTING ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED) LOCATIONS
KEY RISK 93-01        GENERAL      RICHARD J. BUSCHART           JOSEPH H. KUCZKAKILLARK ELECTRIC M
                                                       KILLARK ELECTRIC MFG. CO.
         93-02        GENERAL      CHRISTINE M. BATES DUPONT ANNE P. STUBLEN DUPONT
WOMEN IN ENGINEERING: CHANCENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
         93-03        GENERAL
THE GRAY MARKET TROJAN HORSE DICK BOPP                           JAMES D. HILL      DOW
                                                       WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP. CHEMICAL
         93-04        GENERAL      JOHN H. KASSEBAUM
COMPREHENSIVE LOW VOLTAGE MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS ELI LILLY AND CO.
         93-05        GENERAL      DALE M. BRETHAUER DUPONT RICHARD L. DOUGHTY      DUPONT
THE IMPACT OF EFFICIENCY IN THE ECONOMICS OF NEW MOTOR PURCHASE, MOTOR REPAIR AMD MOTOR REPL
          PROTECTION GENERAL ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
LIGHTING 93-06        SYSTEMS:     DONALD W. ZIPSE     FMC CORP.
         93-07        REFINING     PETER ELECTRICAL HEAT TRACING
THE VALUE OF CONTROL & MONITORING FOR R. BAEN          THERMON
         93-08        REFINING     R.H. REHDER         GENERAL ELECTRIC CANADA,INC.
                                                                 M.E. STUTT         GENERAL ELECTRIC C
DEVELOPMENTS TO REDUCE DETERIORATION CAUSED BY CORONA IN LARGE ELECTRICAL MACHINE INSULATION
         93-09        REFINING     WITH API STANDARD 541 WHEN SPECIFYING MOTORS FOR USE WITH ADJU
SUPPLEMENTAL GUIDELINES FOR USE JOHN C. RAMA           ROSS HILL CONTROLS-ANSALDO MOTORS
          ADJUSTABLE CHEMICAL CONTROLLERS TO HIGH- STARING-TORQUE LOADS
APPLYING93-10         FREQUENCY KENNETH S. CRAWFORD    DUPONT RICAHRD A. EPPERLY    DUPONT
         93-11         GUIDELINES FOR LARGE AC MOTOR M.W. KELLOGS CO. MICROPROCESSORS BASED "BL
A COMPARISON OF ANSICHEMICAL       ROY COSSE,JR                  HERBERT
                                                       PROTECTION WITH CHEUNG M.W. KELLOGS CO.
          DIFFERENTIAL GROUND FAULT PROTECTION FOR SYSTEMSD CARL J. FREDERICKS
MODIFIED93-12         CHEMICAL                                   CO.                DOW CHEMICAL
                                   DAVID L. SWINDLER SQUARE HAVING MULTIPLE SOURCES AND GROUND
         93-13        PRODUCTION JOHN H. RANNELLS      AMOCO OIL CO.
PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF AREA CLASSIFICATION MORE IS NOT BETTER
         93-14        PRODUCTION RALPH L. HAYNES       FLUOR DANIEL, INC.
                                                                  SYSTEMS
CODES, STANDARDS AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR ELECTRICALFRED L. MESSEC FLUOR DANIEL, INC.
         93-15        PRODUCTION ABDUL Q. HAIDERI      DUPONT JOHN A. PARASKIEWICZ
SAVING ENERGY AND PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT THROUGH A RETROFIT LIGHTING PROGRAM    DUPONT
         93-16         HYDRAULIC TRANSIENTS IN
                                   R.E.                WILLBROS BUTLER
MITIGATING DAMAGE BYTRANSPORTATION WRIGHT LIQUID PIPELINE SYSTEMS ENGINEERS,INC.
          HARMONICS IN VOLTAGE UNBALANCED POWER SYSTEMS
RESIDUAL93-17                      LANCE G. GRAINGER GRAINGER ROY C. SPENCER INTERPROVINCIAL PIP
                      TRANSPORTATION                             ELECTRICAL RESEARCH LTD.
         93-18        TRANSPORTATION
                                   M. FEARS ALL
WINDING IMMERSION TESTING "ARE OUR COSTELLO WET" TEXACO, INC.COOKF.                 RELIANCE ELECTRIC
         93-19        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   T.E. DYE            OLIN APPLYING THE IEEE 519 WESTINGHOUSE ELE
                                                                 J.A. WIRANT
TWO SPARE RECTIBLOCS FOR THREE CHLOR-ALKALI PLANTS ANDCHEMICAL CORP.
         93-20        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   MALCOLM M. REMEDIATION
USE OF ADVANCED CONTROLS IN ENVIRONMENTAL CAMERON      UNIVERSAL DYNAMICS LIMITED
         93-21        ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                   JOSEPH J. KELLY     S.D. MYERSDAVID P. MYERS,INC\THE OIL INSULATION
TRANSFORMER LIFE EXTENSION THROUGH PROPER REINHIBITING AND PRESERVATION OF S.D. MYERS,INC.
         93-22        MEASUREMENT OFMCCOY
CHARACTERISTICS AND REFINING                           RALPH AT MEDIUM VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION LEVEL
                                                                 B.L. FLORYANCIC SHELL OIL CO.
                                   C. E. CAPACITOR SWITCHING M. PARSONS
         93-23        REFINING     JOHN T. DAVIS       RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.
                                                                 ROGER A. BRYANT RELIANCE
NEMA INDUCTION MOTOR VIBRATION MEASUREMENT: A COMPARISON OF METHODS WITH ANALYSIS ELECTRIC
         93-24        REFINING     K.V. HENSLER        WESTINGHOUSE
                                                                 B.J. MATHEWSON WESTINGHOUSE ELE
DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A COST EFFECTIVE FOR TESTING LARGE ROTATING MACHINES TO API 541 AND
         93-25        CHEMICAL     EFFICIENCY
AN UPDATE ON AC INDUCTION MOTOR AUSTIN H. BONNETT U.S ELECTRICAL MOTORS DIVISION IF EMERSON ELE
         93-26        CHEMICAL     MARTIN SEIFERT      ALLEN-BRADLEY CO.
CAN POWER MONITORING PROVIDE A REAL ECONOMIC ADVANTAGE TO AN INFORMED USER?
         93-27        CHEMICAL     QUALITY STANDARD RELIANCE ELECTRIC G. PASQUALONE
ISO 9000-A PERSPECTIVE IN A GLOBAL DOUG CATER                    RICHARD LIMITED RELIANCE ELECTRIC
         93-28        PRODUCTION JOSEPH S. DUDOR
POWER SYSTEMS ENGINNERING METHODS A NEW APPROACH                 CHET E. DAVID      ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
                                                       CONSULTING ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
         93-29        PRODUCTION JOHN P. NELSON
BASICS AND ADVANTAGES IN BATTERY SYSTEMS                         WILLIAM BOLIN      ORYX ENERGY CO.
                                                       NEI ELECTRIC POWER ENGINEERING,INC.
         93-30        PRODUCTION ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES RATED 500 HP AND ABOVE
SURVEY OF USERS' EXPERIENCE WITHROBERT A. HANNA                  JACK LUSCOMBE
                                                       PETRO-CANADA PRODUCTS LUSCOMBE ENGINEER
         93-31        TRANSPORTATION
                                   PETER A. ZOTOS      ARAMCO SERVICES SURGE PROTECTION. USERS EX
MOT0R FAILURES DUE TO STEEP FRONTED SWITCHING SURGES. THE NEED FOR CO.
          GROUNDING, TRANSPORTATION FOR O. DURHAM THEWAY CORP./UNIVERSITY OF TULSA
LIGHTING,93-32                     MARCUS DISTRIBUTED CONTROL ROBERT A. DURHAM
                      AND PROTECTION                                                PUBLIC SERVICE RET
                                                                 AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS: A CO.
          SHOOTING MOTOR PROBLEMS FINLEY
TROUBLE 93-33                      W.R.
                      TRANSPORTATION                             R.R. BURKE         SIEMENS
                                                       SIEMENS ENERGY & AUTOMATION,INC. ENERGY & A
         93-34        SAFETY       L.B. OF ELECTRICAL CONDUCTORS AND CABLES
IMPROVEMENT IN FIRE SAFETY FEATURES MCCLUNG                      S. RAMACHANDRANUNION CARBIDE COR
                                                       UNION CARBIDE CORP.
         93-35        SAFETY       R.J. BUSCHART       PC & CONSULTING ENGINEERS
                                                                 R.L. 1, DIVISION
SAFE APPLICATION OF TOTALLY ENCLOSED MOTORS IN HAZARDOUS CLASS DOUGHTY 2 LOCATIONS  DUPONT
         93-36        SAFETY       S. SENGUPTA         RHONE POULENC
                                                                 D. DIVISION 1.1-A PANELCORP.
NEC'S HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION DIVISION 1 VS. DIVISION 1.0 ANDZIPSE            FMC DISCUSSION
         94-01        GENERAL      OLAV VAAG THORSEN OIL INDUSTRY, PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY, GAS TE
                                                                 MANGUS DALVA
A SURVEY OF FAULTS ON INDUCTION MOTORS IN OFFSHOREBERGEN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING     ROGALAND UNIVERSI
         94-02        GENERAL      JAMES W. BURNS      UNION CARBIDE CORP. CLUNG
                                                                 L. BRUCE MC
ELECTRICAL MODERNIZATION FOR A FORTY-YEAR OLD CHEMICALS & PLASTICS PRODUCTION PLANT UNION CARBIDE COR
         94-03        GENERAL      JOHN E. PROPST
CALCULATING ELECTRICAL RISK AND RELIABILITY User       SHELL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
         94-04        GENERAL      PAUL PROVIDE        ALLEN-BRADLEY CO.
SOLID STATE MOTOR PROTECTIVE DEVICES E. ALWIN SOPHISTICATED MOTOR PROTECTION & COMMUNICATIONS
         94-05        GENERAL      ANALYSIS OF A THREECHEVRON JOSEPH H. KUCZKAKILLARK ELECTRIC
THE NET EFFECT: A DETAILED IMPACT DAVID N. BISHOP       LEVEL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM ON THE


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          94-06       ON MEDIUM JOSEPH S. DUDOR          P.E., CONSULTING ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
                                                                   LORRAINE K. PADDEN, P.E.,
PROTECTIVE RELAYING GENERAL & HIGH VOLTAGE SYSTEMS, SOME LESSONS TO BE LEARNED ELECTRICAL
          94-07       PRODUCTION ROBERT L. ALMONTE AMOCO           A. WAYNE
HARMONICS AT THE UTILITY - INDUSTRIAL INTERFACE: A REAL-WORLD EXAMPLE ASHLEY ASHLEY CONSULTING
          94-08       PRODUCTION PETER BAENMANUFACTURER  TRACING INDUSTRIES
                                                                   DALEEP USER
SAFETY RELATED CONSIDERATIONS FOR RESISTANCE HEAT THERMONCABLES MOHLA                UNION CARBIDE
          94-09       PRODUCTION M. PRIMARY OVERCURRENT PROTECTION FOR THREE-PHASE TRANSFORM
                                                         COOPER S. R. MENDIS
CONSIDERATIONS IN THE SELECTION OF T. BISHOPMANUFACTURER POWER SYSTEMS               COOPER
                                                                            MANUFACTURER POWER SYS
          94-10       TRANSPORTATION FENSTER IMPEDANCE HEAT DONN L. TECHNOLOGY, INC. THEIR CON
                                    NEAL          &       THERMO TRACING USER
SOME DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR SKIN EFFECTMANUFACTURER SYSTEMS ROSEN                 EXXON CHEMICAL
                                                                             APPLICATIONS, AND
          94-11       TRANSPORTATIONSTEVEN IN PIPELINE PLANTATION PIPE CO.
                                                 USER
APPLICATION OF A PEAK SHAVING GENERATORL. VARNADO SERVICE
          94-12       TRANSPORTATIONMARTIN C. PERRIN
                                                 MANUFACTURER
LARGE INDUCTION MOTOR ANTI-FRICTION BEARING SELECTION    RELIANCE ELECTRIC LIMITED
          94-13       ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    TESTING TO MOTOR AND GENERATOR SEDDING WINDING MAINTENANCE
APPLICATION OF PARTIAL DISCHARGE G. C. STONE MANUFACTURER          H. G. STATOR
                                                                            RESEARCH/OTHER HYDRO
                                                         IRIS POWER ENGINEERING, INC.ONTARIO
          94-14       ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    ROB BOHN MANUFACTURER ELECTRIC MANUFACTURER ELECTRIC
THE BASICS OF ELECTRICPROCESS HEATING                    WATLOW MIKE BANGE           WATLOW
          94-15       ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    S. L. RALSTONSER
                                                 U       PPG INDUSTRIES, INC.
IEEE 463 STANDARD FOR SAFETY PRACTICES IN ELECTROLYTIC CELL LINE WORKING ZONES - 1994 CHANGES
          94-16       REFINING
STALL PROTECTION OF LARGE INDUCTION MOTORS
                                    JOSE DE CASTRO
                                                 CONSULTANT RALPHCHARLES CONSULTANT RALPH PARSONS
                                                         THE        PARSONS CO.
                                                                             CAI     THE
          94-17       REFINING      JURGEN BREDTHAUERSIEMENS AG
                                                 MANUFACTURER       AND SAFETY ASPECTS
                                                                             STRUCK SIEMENS
FORWARD OF LARGE MEDIUM VOLTAGE MOTORS DESIGN, PROTECTIONNORBERTMANUFACTURER AG
          94-18       REFINING       METHOD OFMANUFACTURER ELECTRIC CANADA, INC.
                                                  ROTOR GENERAL
FORWARD STALL TEST AN ALTERNATEJAMES H. DYMOND AND STATOR LOADING FOR TEMPERATURE AND VIBR
          94-19       CHEMICAL      AUSTIN H. PROPOSED LAWS, REGULATIONS, CODES, OF EMERSON ELEC.
                                                 MANUFACTURER
AN ENGINEERING GUIDE ON HOW CURRENT AND BONNETT U.S. ELECTRICAL MOTORS, DIV.STANDARDS, AND RE
          94-20       CHEMICAL      MOHAMED DHALLA
INTERGRATION OF THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WITH USER           CONTROL CARLPETROCHEMICAL PLANTS
                                                                   FOR FREDERICKS THE DOW CHEMICAL
                                                 PROCESSTHE DOW CHEMICAL USERCO.
          94-21       CHEMICAL      MICHAEL G. BAYER
                                                 USER    THE       KENNETH CO.
CHEMICAL MOISTURE BARRIER CABLE-CONCEPT AND PRACTICESDOW CHEMICAL USER       E. BOW THE DOW CHEMICAL
          94-22       PRODUCTION JOHN H. RANNELLSUSER    AMOCO OIL CO.
PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF AREA CLASSIFICATION- HOW FAR TO CLASSIFY
          - THE       PRODUCTION OFFSHORE PLATFORM CONTROLNEIL LEGGE AND DEVELOPMENT CO. LD
HIBERNIA 94-23 NEXT GENERATION OFROBERT GOBRICK  USER               SYSTEMS
                                                         HIBERNIA MANAGEMENTUSER     HIBERNIA MANAGEME
          94-24       PRODUCTION MARCUS O. DURHAM UNIVERSITY OF TULSA
                                                 RESEARCH/OTHER DAVID H. NEUROTH CENTRILIFT
CAN PRESENT FIELD TEST TECHNOLOGY REASONABLY DETERMINE CABLE QUALITY        MANUFACTURER
          94-25       TRANSPORTATION BREITKREUTZ GENERAL ELECTRIC MANUFACTURER ELECTRIC
                                    BILLY        MANUFACTURER      AMY FRERE         GENERAL
CORE BALANCE GROUND FAULT PROTECTION OF MOTORS ON A LOW RESISTANCE GROUNDED MEDIUM VOLTAG
          94-26       TRANSPORTATIONWILLIAM E. LOCKLEY OPTIMA ENGINEERS AND CONSTRUCTORS INC.
                                                 CONSULTANT        WAYNE WHARRAN RELIANCE ELECTRIC
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
HARMONIC TORQUE CONSIDERATIONS OF APPLYING A 6000 HP INDUCTION MOTOR AND DRIVE TO A HIGH SPEED
          94-27       TRANSPORTATION W. PETRO
                                    DAVID        SPEED DRIVES IN ELECTRIC WOOD
                                                         RELIANCE RAOUL L. CONSULTANT
POWER QUALITY ISSUES REGARDING ADJUSTABLE MANUFACTURER PETROLEUM TERMINAL            OSTOVANI & ASSOC.,
          94-28       REFINING      CHARLIE HOY  MANUFACTURER
                                                         O-Z GEDNEY AND
NEMA 7 ENCLOSURE DESIGN, THIRD PARTY CERTIFICATION, STANDARDS, CO. FIELD MODIFICATIONS
          94-29       REFINING      P. S. HAMER USER     CHEVRON SYSTEM RESONANT SPEED
                                                                   B.M. WOODAND
                                                                            U        CHEVRON
LARGE 3600 R/MIN INDUSTION MOTORS OPERATING BELOW THEIR FIRT RESEARCH SER TECHNOLOGYRESEARCH
          94-30       REFINING      A.C. DEMASSI ESEARCH/OTHER TO JURCHUK
                                                 R       TRANSALTA UTILITIESUSER     IMPERIAL OIL-STRATH
MAJOR PETROLEUM REFINERY AND ELECTRICAL UTILITY COLLABORATER.W.INCREASE VALUE TO EACH ORGANIZ
          94-31       CHEMICAL      BARRY M. WOODUSER    CHEVRON RESEARCH OBERLEBECHTEL
                                                                   WILLIAM T. AND TECHNOLOGY
                                                                            CONSULTANT
APPLICATION OF A 15,000 HP 6,000 R/MIN ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE IN A PETROCHEMICAL FACILITY COMPANY
          94-32       CHEMICAL       G. ERICH HEBERLEIN ,JR.
REPORT ON ENCLOSURE INTERNAL ARCHING TESTS               ALLEN-    JACK CO.MANUFACTURER
                                                 MANUFACTURER BRADLEYA. HIGGINS ALLEN-BRADLY CO.
          94-33       CHEMICAL      S.R. MENDIS MANUFACTURER POWER SYSTEMS
                                                         COOPER M.T. BISHOP
CAPACITOR OVERCURRENT PROTECTION FOR INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS                 COOPER
                                                                            MANUFACTURER POWER SYS
          94-34        ELECTRICAL CONTROL ROOMS:CAUSE FOR ANXIETY OR RESPONSIBLE SAFETY DESIGN
SPRINKLER SYSTEMS INGENERAL                      USER
                                    CRAIG M. WELLMAN DUPONT JAMES W.USER     BOWMANDUPONT
          94-35       GENERAL       M. CAPELLI-SCHEPFERRER
                                                 RESEARCH/OTHER M. TONERRESEARCH/OTHER MEDICAL S
                                                         UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
ADVANCES IN THE EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND THERMALINJURY EMERGENCIES HARVARD
          94-36       GENERAL       EDWARD W. KALKSTEIN
                                                 USER    DUPONT RICHARD L. DOUGHTY
                                                                            USER
THE SAFETY BENEFIT OF ARC RESISTANT METALCLAD MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHWGEAR DUPONT
          95-01       GENERAL       BALDWIN BRIDGER, JR.
                                                 MANUFACTURER ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURING CO.
                                                         POWELL
COMPARISON OF ANSI/IEEE AND IEC REQUIREMENTS FOR METAL-CLAD SWITCHGEAR
          95-02       GENERAL       ANN P. STUBLEN
                                                 USER     DUPONT CRIAG M. WELLMANDUPONT
JUSTIFYING AND PLANNING AN ENERGY MONITORING SYSTEM IN AN EXISTING PLANT    USER
          95-03       GENERAL       RICHARD A COMPARISON
                                                 CONSULTANT
ELECTRICAL AREA CLASSIFICATION DRAWINGS -BUSCHART PC&E, INC.
          95-04        841-1994,     STANDARD FOR PETROLEUM &
                                                 USER
INTRODUCTION TO IEEEGENERAL IEEERICHARD DOUGHTY DUPONT CHEMICAL INDUSTRY - SEVERE DUTY TOT
          95-05       GENERAL       R. L. NAILEN RESEARCH/OTHER
                                                         WISCONSIN ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY
UTILITY REBATES FOR EFFICIENT MOTORS--THE OUTLOOK FOR DEMAND-SIDE MANAGEMENT
          95-06       GENERAL       RICHARD EPPERLY
                                                 USER    DUPONT
CONSIDERATIONS WHEN APPLYING ASDS IN CONTINUOUS PROCESSES FREDERICK HOADLEY          ALLEN-BRADLEY CO.
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
          95-07       REFINING      BARRY M. WOODUSER    CHEVRON RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY COMPANY S
                                                                   CHERI L. OLSEN    WOLDER REFINERY
DEVELOPMENT OF AN 11,000 R/MIN, 3500 HP INDUCTION MOTOR AND ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE FORENGINERING
          95-08       REFINING      WILLIAM M. HALL
                                                 MANUFACTURER TECHNOLOGIES,
                                                         ASGARD GARY DONNER OF MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BRE
A USER GUIDE TO THE SLECTION, APPLICATION, TESTING AND LIFE EXPECTANCY USERINC. TEXACO REFINING &
          95-09       REFINING      DAVID LEE SWINDLER SQUARE D PAUL SCHWARTZ FLUOR DANIEL, INC.
                                                 MANUFACTURER      COMPANY  CONSULTANT
TRANSIENT RECOVERY VOLTAGE CONSIDERATIONS IN THE APPLICATION OF MEDIUM VOLTAGE CIRCUIT BREAKE
          95-10       CHEMICAL      AUSTIN H. ENERGY & U.S. ELECTRICAL MOTORS, DIV. OF EMERSON ELECT
                                                 MANUFACTURER
RELIABILITY COMPARISON BETWEEN STANDARD BONNETT EFFICIENT MOTORS
          95-11       CHEMICAL      R. L. DOUGHTY
COST EFFECTIVE MOTOR SURGE CAPABILITY            USER    DUPONT F. HEREDOS           RELIANCE ELECTRIC
                                                                            MANUFACTURER
          95-12       CHEMICAL       HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED) LOCATIONS
                                                 USER
CONTROLLING STATIC ELECTRICITY INJOHN H. KASSEBAUM ELI LILY & CO.           MANUFACTURER
                                                                   RICHARD A. KOCKEN K-TEK ASSOCIATES
          95-13       PRODUCTION DAVID C. HOLLOWAY CROUSE HINDS CLASS 1 HAZARDOUS (CLASSIFIED)
                                                 MANUFACTURER      FOR      MANUFACTURER
A STUDY OF HIGH INTERRUPTING CAPACITY EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS VINCENT J. SAPORITA      BUSSMAN DIVISION
          95-14        AND EXISTING LIGHT BORTON MANUFACTURER
                                                          THE PETROCHEMICAL DALEYAPPLETON ELECTRIC
                                                                   ELECTRIC CO.
A COMPARISON OF NEWPRODUCTION JOHN A SOURCES FORAPPLETON KIMBERLY A.INDUSTRYMANUFACTURER
          95-15       PRODUCTION JOSEPH S. DUDOR CONSULTANT
                                                         CONSULTING ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
                                                                   PETROLEUM PADDEN
                                                                            CONSULTANT
                                                                                     ELECTRICAL ENGINEE
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS FOR PROTECTIVE RELAY APPLICATIONS IN LORRAINE K. FACILITIES - SOME PROTEC
          95-16       TRANSPORTATIONMARCUS O. DURHAM THEWAY CORP. & A. DURHAM
                                                 RESEARCH/OTHER ROBERT RESEARCH/OTHER & SOUTHW
GROUNDING SYSTEM DESIGN FOR ISOLATED LOCATIONS AND PLANT SYSTEMSUNIV. OF TULSA       CENTRAL
          95-17       TRANSPORTATIONNIRMAL K. GHAI
                                                 MANUFACTURER
                                                         MANGETEK
DESIGN AND APPLICATION CONSIDERATIONS FOR MOTORS IN STEEP FRONTED SURGE ENVIRONMENTS
          95-18       TRANSPORTATION C. RAMA
                                    JOHN         MANUFACTURER
                                                         ANSALDO & PITFALLS - A GLOBAL OVERVIEW
                                                                   ALBERT GIESECKE HALMAR
HIGH SPEED ELECTRIC DRIVE APPLICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, POTENTIALROSS HILLMANUFACTURER ROBICON CO
          95-19       APPROACH TO HARMONIC FILTER DESIGN
                                    JAMES
A TRANSFER FUNCTION ELECTROCHEMICAL K. PHIPPS            MEMBER, IEEE
          95-20       TRANSITIONS IN HIGH E. VEERKAMPDOW CHEMICAL
                                    WILLIAM      USER
COPPER-TO-ALUMINUM ELECTROCHEMICAL DIRECT-CURRENT BUS SYSTEMUSA
          95-21       ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    P. PILLAY    RESEARCH/OTHER
                                                         UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN APPLYING ENERGY EFFICIENT MOTORS IN THE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY


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             95-22           REFINING         JOHN S. CZUBA  MANUFACTURER TECHNOLOGIES, INC. POWER TECHNOLOG
                                                                        POWER
APPLICATION OF AN ELECTRICAL LOAD SHEDDING SYSTEM TO A LARGE DAVID J. LAWRENCE        REFINERY  MANUFACTURER
             95-23           REFINING         RICHARD MARTIN MANUFACTURER
                                                                        WEIDMULLER GROUP
INCREASED SAFETY TYPE "E" EXPLOSION PROTECTION OF ELECTRICAL TERMINATION APPARATUS"
             95-24           REFINING         DENNIS W. HEATHMANUFACTURER
                                                                        GENERAL BREAKERS FOR BECHTEL CORP.
                                                                                     H. L. BRADFIELD,
USE OF INVERSE TIME, ADJUSTABLE INSTANTANEOUS PICKUP CIRCUIT ELECTRIC CO. SHORT CIRCUIT AND GRO CONSULTANT
             95-25           CHEMICAL         PETER W.HAMMOND ROBICON CORP.
                                                             MANUFACTURER
A NEW APPROACH TO ENHANCE POWER QUALITY FOR MEDIUM VOLTAGE DRIVES
              POLE           CHEMICAL         MICHAEL J. MELFI
OPTIMUM 95-26 CONFIGURATION OF AC INDUCTIONMANUFACTURER                  USED ON ELECTRIC
                                                              MOTORSRELIANCE ADJUSTABLE FREQUENCY POWER SUPPL
             95-27           CHEMICAL         JAVIER AREA CLASSIFICATION CO.
                                                             USER
ONE COMPANY'S GUIDELINE FOR HAZARDOUSE. HERNANDEZELI LILLY & BARRY A. USER                      BRADLEY ELI LILLY & CO.
             95-28            A REVISED & GARY DONNER        USER       TEXACO WILLIAM SUBLER RELIANCE ELECTRIC
API 541 THIRD EDITION - PRODUCTION IMPROVED PURCHASING SPECIFICATION FOR FORM WOUND SQUIRREL CAGMANUFACTURER
             95-29           PRODUCTION AZAD MESROBIAN
COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE OF OPEN AND TOTALLY ENCLOSED MACHINES           KATO ENGINEERING A. HUDSON
                                                             MANUFACTURER            JEFFREY MANUFACTURER  KATO ENGINEERING
             95-30           PRODUCTION SAM G. GIBBS         CONSULTANT NABLA CORPORATION
                                                                                     DUANE L. MANUFACTURER
INFERRING POWER CONSUMPTION AND ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE FROM MOTOR SPEED RELIANCE ELECTRIC       MILLER IN OIL-WELL PUMPING
             95-31           TRANSPORTATION OF INDUCTION MOTORS
                                              W. R.                     SIEMENS R. R. BURKE
PROPER SPECIFICATION AND INSTALLATIONFINLEYMANUFACTURER ENERGY & AUTOMATION, INC. ENERGY & A               SIEMENS
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER
             95-32           TRANSPORTATION
MODERN SCADA SYSTEMS FOR OIL PIPELINES TRUNG  DUONG          CONSULTANT LEEDS & NORTHRUP AUSTRALIA P/L
             95-33           TRANSPORTATION   STANLEY R. SHILLING SAUDI ARAMCO
                                                             USER
ELECTRICAL TRANSIENT STABILITY AND UNDERFREQUENCY LOAD SHEDDING ANALYSIS FOR A LARGE PUMP STA
             95-34           GENERAL          S. JAMIL       USER
ARC AND FLASH BURN HAZARDS AT VARIOUS LEVELS OF AN ELECTRICAL SYSTEMUSER             R. A. JONES
                                                                        EXXON CHEMICAL CO.                 DU PONT
             95-35           GENERAL          H. LANDIS FLOYD, II
                                                             USER        IN PONT BRIAN J. NENNINGER
PERSONNEL SAFETY & PLANT RELIABILITY CONSIDERATIONSDU THE SELECTION &USEROF VOLTAGE TEST INSTR   USE       DOW CHEMICAL
             95-36           GENERAL          S. N. PARIKH CONSULTANT   MORRISON-KNUDSEN
ENGINEERING "LIFE-CYCLE-SAFETY": THE VIEW FROM DESIGN/THE VIEWW. D. LEWISFIELD" DU PONTFROM THE USER
             96-01             Locations:
North American HazardousGENERAL The Marty Cole Future        MANUFACTURER
                                                                        Hubbell-Canada          MANUFACTURER
                                                                                     Joseph Kuczka         Killark
             96-02           GENERAL          Paul Babiarz MANUFACTURERHinds
                                                                        Crouse       D
How Products Will Be Adapted to the Dual Hazardous Area Classification System anny Liggett      USER       DuPont
             96-03           GENERAL           systems: A standard for the Petroleum and Engineering
                                                                        NEI
High Resistance Grounding of Low voltage John Nelson CONSULTANTElectric PowerChemical Industry
             96-04           GENERAL          Dr. Marcus Durham         THEWAY Robert Durham    RESEARCH/OTHER
Paradigm Shifts and Impact on Industry and Technology RESEARCH/OTHER Corp & Univ of Tulsa Central & Southwest/We
             96-05           GENERAL          David Mercier MANUFACTURER
The Internet: What Can it Do for Me, an Engineer?                       Southwire Selina Hembree           Southwire
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER
             96-06           GENERAL          George Tarbutton
                                                             MANUFACTURER
                                                                        Thermon Paul House      MANUFACTURER
                                                                                                           Thermon
IEEE Recommended Practice for the Testing, Design, Installation, and maintenance of Electrical Resistance heat Tracing for C
             96-07           GENERAL          Austin BonnettMANUFACTURERUS Electrical Motors, Division of Emerson Electric
A comparison Between Insulation systems Available for PWM inverter FED Motors
             96-08           GENERAL           Hazardous MANUFACTURER
Solutions for MV Motors and Generators in Paul Clark Locations          GEC Alsthom             M          GEC Alsthom
                                                                                     Neville Glew ANUFACTURER
             96-09            - IGBT Drive Lawrence Saunders MANUFACTURER Cable Skivinski
                                                                        Allen and G             MANUFACTURER
Riding the Reflected WaveGENERAL Technology Demands New MotorBradley aryConsiderations Allen Bradley
             96-10           REFINING         of 14200 HP, Two-Pole Cylindrical-Rotor Synchronous Motor for ASD Application
Design, Fabrication, and Back-to-back test John McSharry                Chevron      Paul Hamer            Chevron
              Approach to Automating Petrochemical Facility Var Control
A Practical 96-11            REFINING         S. R. Shillng USER        Saudi Aramco
             96-12           REFINING         R.H. Rehder MANUFACTURER    and Reliability
Progress in Filled Insulation Materials to Improve Motor PerformanceGE Canada R.E. Draper                  GE Canada
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER
             96-13           PRODUCTION Class Hazardous Locations       Crouse       R
Advances in Cable and Conduit Sealing for AlonzaI BallardMANUFACTURERHinds obert Alexander                 Fluor
                                                                                                CONSULTANT Daniel
             96-14           PRODUCTION user' and Manufacturers'Hanna    Experiences
Medium Voltage Adjustable Speed Drives - Robert Hanna CONSULTANT Engineering                    RESEARCH/OTHER
                                                                                     Shiva Prabhu          Ryerson Polytechnic Un
             96-15           PRODUCTION Sidney Bell MANUFACTURER
Will Your Motor Insulation Survive a New Adjustable frequency Drive?    Reliance     Jason Sung            Reliance
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER
             96-16           TRANSPORTATION DeWinter
                                              Frank
Medium Voltage Motor Harmonic Heating, Torques and Voltage Stress Applied on in Wu
                                                             MANUFACTURER
                                                                        Allen Bradley VFDs
                                                                                     B                     Ryerson Polytechnic Un
                                                                                                RESEARCH/OTHER
             96-17           TRANSPORTATION
Retrofit of 22 Pipeline Pumping Stations with 3000 HP Motors and VariableHudson EngDrives
                                              William Rossmann
                                                             CONSULTANT Frequency Ellis
                                                                        Delta        Robert                Rockwell
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER Automation/Al
             96-18           TRANSPORTATION connected
                                              Mark           MANUFACTURER
External Loading and Bearing Problems in DirectHodowanecmotors Siemens
             96-19           ELECTROCHEMICAL Hung CONSULTANT
                                              Oliver
Elements of a Power systems Risk Analysis and Reliability Study                      William Limited
                                                                        Universal Dynamics GoughCONSULTANT Process Automation Sys
             96-20           ELECTROCHEMICAL    electrochemical
                                                             CONSULTANT J            Steve Rockco
Control system modernization of older SCRJames Galloway rectifiers Galloway and Assc USER                  Occidental Chem
             96-21
Advances in Anode Monitoring ELECTROCHEMICAL  Ed Conroy      CONSULTANT DynAmp
                                                                        LEM          Brian HaganCONSULTANT Universal Dynamics
             96-22           CHEMICAL         M.T. Bishop result in plant
                                                                        Cooper power Mendis
                                                                                      and       down time Cooper power
Overcurrent Protection device miscoordination issues thatCONSULTANToutages S.R. costly CONSULTANT
             96-23           CHEMICAL         Kent
Justifying the use of high efficiency transformers Haggerty             DuPont       Timothy Malone        DuPont
             96-24           CHEMICAL         Roger Beaulieu
Transformer Protection using microprocessor based relays ONSULTANT
                                                             C                       Peter
                                                                        Goldfinch power Buttle             GE Multilin
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER
             96-25           REFINING         Paul characteristics      Chevron      Debra Lowe SER
                                                                                                U          Occidental Chem
Energy-efficient induction motors - Performance Hamer USERand life-cycle cost comparisons for centrifugal loads
             96-26           REFINING         Royce to replacement Conoco
Retrofit that old motor control center - an alternate King USER                                 MANUFACTURER
                                                                                     Michael Fass          Siemens
             96-27           REFINING         Garry multi-layer redundant UPS system for use USER
A user's experience with the design process for a Donner USER           Texaco                   Kalhori   Texaco
                                                                                     Banafsheh in a chemical plant
             96-28           PRODUCTION Thomas Breen
New developments in non-invasive on-line motor diagnostics              GE Power Gerald Kliman
                                                             MANUFACTURER Management                       GE Corporate R&D
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER
              Factors        PRODUCTION design
Secondary 96-30 in electrical heat tracingChet Sandberg                 Raychem Glenn Kuse
                                                             MANUFACTURER                                  Raychem
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER
             96-30           PRODUCTION J.V. Heat Exchanger
An Economical, High Temperature, Impedance Branscome         USER       DuPont                  USER
                                                                                     C.J. Erickson         DuPont
             Simulation and Supervisory Control; TheShokooh
Real-Time 96-32              TRANSPORTATION                  CONSULTANT Operation Technology, CONSULTANT
                                                                                     Bill WootonInc
                                              Farrokh Next Logical Step After system Monitoring            Operation Technology, I
             in Cable        TRANSPORTATION Barras MANUFACTURER
                                              Roger                      Issues
A new Era 96-33 Designs and materials to Resolve EnvironmentalBICC Cable Joseph Snow                       Anixter,
                                                                                                MANUFACTURER Inc
             Frequency Drive System for North Sea Gas Pipeline
Adjustable 96-33                              Robert
                             TRANSPORTATION Roberton         USER                    Atle Troll Project
                                                                        A/S Norske ShellBornes
             96-34           Safety           Dr. Thomas
Protective Clothing Guidelines for Electric Arc ExposureNeal            DuPont       Allen Bingham         Bingham Consultants
              between electrical accident parameters and sustained injury of Chicago
Correlation96-35             Safety                          RESEARCH/OTHER Raphael Lee
                                              Mary Capelli-SchellpfefferUniv                               Univ of Chicago
                                                                                                RESEARCH/OTHER
              and Operational Considerations Robert Resistance Switchgear Carbide
Installation 96-36           Safety            of Arc DeatonUSER        Union                   USER
                                                                                     James Gostic          General Electric
             97-01           GENERAL          Martin Perrin frequency Rockwell George Seggewiss Rockwell
Induction Motors, reciprocating compressors and variableMANUFACTURER    drives                  MANUFACTURER


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             97-02            GENERAL            Lorraine PaddenCONSULTANT Padden Engineering Pillai
                                                                                         Prafulla CONSULTANT & Root USA
A Flow chart Methodology for Performing low-voltage three-phase motor coordination studies                    Brown
             97-03            GENERAL            Roger Daugherty
NEMA Design E Motors and Controls - What's it all about?        MANUFACTURER
                                                                           Reliance                  MANUFACTURER
                                                                                         Jeffrey Kilburn      Allen Bradley
              Vapor           GENERAL            Paul Hamer, Within An Induction
                                                                USER                     Richard Doughty, Robert Gravell, Richard Has
                                                                                                     USER
Flammable97-04 ignition initiated by Hot Rotor SurfacesBarry WoodChevron motor - Reality or Not? DuPont
             97-05            GENERAL             Concepts andCONSULTANT DanielJoop spiekermann Fluor Daniel
A Comparative Review of NEC Versus IEC Robert Alexander          Practices Fluor                     CONSULTANT
             97-06            GENERAL            Richard EpperlyUSER       DuPont        Lowry Eads
A tool for reliability and safety: Predict and prevent equipment failures with thermography USER              DuPont
             97-07            GENERAL            Marcus Durham             THEWAY
Electric Re-regulation and effects on Industrial CustomersRESEARCH/OTHER Robert Durham                        Central& Southwest Ser
                                                                                                     RESEARCH/OTHER
              testing:        GENERAL            Mark Hodowanec MANUFACTURER
Field motor97-08 procedures which limit amount of involved risk Siemens                              MANUFACTURER
                                                                                         David Bezesky        Siemens
              surge           GENERAL            David Graff MANUFACTURER  industry
The Use of97-09 protection devices in the petroleum/Petrochemical Cutler-Hammer Canada   Tom Mueller          Tycor International Corp
                                                                                                     MANUFACTURER
             97-10             and Reliability, The rest of the MANUFACTURER
Heat Tracing Performance CHEMICAL                Ben Johnson story         Thermon Richard Hulett             Thermon
                                                                                                     MANUFACTURER
             97-11            CHEMICAL           Craig Wellman
Process Safety Management and the Electrical function USER                 DuPont                    USER
                                                                                         Jess mcConnell       Conoco
             Medium            cable splices Bill Taylor
Evaluating 97-12 voltageCHEMICAL and terminationsMANUFACTURER              3M                        USER
                                                                                         Glenn Morrison       Retired DuPont
             97-13            REFINING                                     Crouse
Cable or Conduit - Who Use it and Why? Paul Babiarz MANUFACTURERHinds radley Delans      B                    Crouse
                                                                                                     MANUFACTURERHinds
             97-14            REFINING           Barry adjustable speed drives
Mechanical design of induction motors applied onWood USER                  Chevron       Dennis Horn USER     Chevron
             97-15            REFINING           Dennis and CONSULTANT daniel Jorge DiPaola
                                                                           Fluor                     MANUFACTURER
The selection of motors in hazardous atmospheresVosshostile environments. A theoretical and practical guide   ABB
             partial          TRANSPORTATION TetraultUSER
Monitoring 97-16 Discharges on 4KV motor windingsSerge                                   G
                                                                           Shell Canada reg Stone             IRIS Power
                                                                                                     MANUFACTURER
             97-17            TRANSPORTATION     Michael MartinUSER
Pipelines, Programmable logic controllers, and safety                      Shell         Bob Buell USER       Shell
             97-18            TRANSPORTATION LeuwJack           USER       on a Large Gas Transmission Pipeline
                                                                                         B
Fast Tracking a 30.6 MW Supersynchronous LCI Compressor Drive TransCanada ill Lickley CONSULTANT              Lockley Engineering
             97-19            ELECTROCHEMICAL Galloway
                                                 James          CONSULTANTMonitoring
                                                                           JH            Raymond USER
Control Modernization of SCR Rectifiers with continuous Device CurrentGallowy and Assoc Bernadelli Occidental Chem
             97-21             and communicating forensic analysis
                                                 Bruce
The process of conducting ELECTROCHEMICAL McClung SER of electrical failures Vallejo SER
                                                                U          Union Carbide Jose        U        Union Carbide
             Rectifiers for Electrochemical applications
Specifying 97-21              ELECTROCHEMICAL                              Eaton
                                                 Neal Eaton CONSULTANT Automation Murison                     GE Power
                                                                                         George MANUFACTURER Control and C
             97-22              on Limited Capacity Electrical systems Exxon
Low Voltage Motor StartingPRODUCTION Stephen Kerr USER
             the use          PRODUCTION "A Course Outline"
Training in 97-23 of electrical heat tracing mark Goodman SER   U          ARCO                      USER
                                                                                         Juan Rodriguez       ARCO
             97-24            PRODUCTION Standards of Section MG-1-1993,   US Electrical Motors Soukup
                                                                                         George MANUFACTURER
Understanding the NEMA Motor-Generator Austin BonnettMANUFACTURER Revisions 3, Three-phase induction motors   US Electrical Motors
             97-25            CHEMICAL
Dust Explosions in Process Plants                               CONSULTANT
                                                 Richard Buschart          PC&E
              Hazard          CHEMICAL           James Daly wire and cable
The OSHA97-26 Communication Standard's Impact on MANUFACTURER              BICC                      MANUFACTURER
                                                                                         Michael Sharkey      BICC
             97-27
Starting High Inertia Loads CHEMICAL             Mike Toney USER           Amoco                     MANUFACTURER
                                                                                         Robbie McElveen      Reliance
             97-28            REFINING           P.K. Lo
On line monitoring of partial discharges on stator winding of large rotating machinesT. Phillipson
                                                                USER       Exxon                     USER     Exxon
                                                                                         J. in the petrochemical environment
             97-29             medium voltage David Mercier MANUFACTURER
Direct Current field test for REFINING                                     Southwire Sid ticker MANUFACTURER
                                                  cables: why can no one agree?                               Southwire
              of an            starter for       Phil coker
Application97-30 electronicREFINING a delayedGray process waterWatson Cogeneration Co
                                                                USER                     Andrew Bagley
                                                                            jet cutting pump                  Allen Bradley
                                                                                                     MANUFACTURER
              Pipelines with Induction Motors Bill Finley
Retrofitting97-31             TRANSPORTATION                               Siemens
                                                                MANUFACTURER             W. G. Holter         Siemens
                                                                                                     MANUFACTURER
             97-32            TRANSPORTATION Grieve MANUFACTURER
44 MW 4 Pole Motor Selected for Compressor Drive Derek                     GEC Alsthom   William BussUSER     Air Products and Chemi
             97-33            TRANSPORTATIONDymond MANUFACTURER
                                                 Jim                       GE machines: Industrial Systems
Sparking, Electrical Discharge and heating in synchronous and inductionMotors and can it be controlled
             97-34            Safety             Bruce McClung, Robert Downey, Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer,DuPont
                                                                USER       Equipment Ray Jones,USER Liggett Chicago,
                                                                                                      engr,     of
Staged Tests Increase Awareness of Arc-Flash Hazards in electrical Union Carbide, NeptuneDannyUniv Shahid JamilExxon
             97-35            safety
Testing Update on Protective Clothing & EquipmentDoughty
                                                 Richard for Electric Arc Exposure
                                                                USER       DuPont        Thomas Neal          DuPont
                                                                                                     MANUFACTURER
             97-36              Electrical Safety Regulations and Standards
Effective implementation ofsafety                Shahid Jamil USER         Exxon         Landis FloydUSER     DuPont
             98-01            GENERAL            the Petro-Cemical Industry Electric P. K. Sen RESEARCH/OTHER of Colorado
The New Science of Protective Relaying in John P. Nelson        CONSULTANT NEI           Power                University
             98-02            GENERAL
New Area Classification Guidelines               David N. BishopUSER                     David M. Jagger
                                                                                                     MANUFACTURER
                                                                                                              Hawke America Compa
                                                                           Chevron Production Technology Company
             98-03             (PIP): Creation of IndustryMohla
Process Industry Practices GENERAL               Daleep L. Practices
                                                                USER       Union Carbide             USER
                                                                                         Scott W. Shannon     Aramco Services Comp
             98-04            GENERAL             Success For Your Plant Dow Chemical
Make Automatic Power Source Transfers aA. Paul GabbaUSER                                             USER
                                                                                         James D. Hill        Dow Chemical
             98-05            GENERAL            Lorraine K. Padden
                                                                in Combination
                                                                           Padden Engineering, LLC
                                                                                         George      Gregory Square
Testing and Applying Instantaneous Trip Circuit Breakers CONSULTANT Motor Starters D. MANUFACTURERD Company
             98-06                               Roy E. Cosse - Unstated M. W.
                                                                           Short-CircuitTerence G.MANUFACTURER Schneider
IEC Medium-Voltage Circuit-Breaker Interrupting Ratings CONSULTANT Kellogg CompanyHazel   Considerations      Groupe
             98-07            GENERAL            J. H. Induction MachinesGE Industrial Control and Interpretation of the Results
Locked Rotor and Accelleration Testing of LargeDymond MANUFACTURER                       Raymond MANUFACTURER
                                                                            - Methods, Problems Ong           GE Industrial Control
             98-08            GENERAL            Jim Thompson   MANUFACTURER Corporation
                                                                           Raychem Ed Reliability             Fluor
Advances in Electrical Heat Tracing Engineering Reduce Installed Cost and ImproveShuler CONSULTANT Daniel, Inc.
             98-09            GENERAL            Claude Kane MANUFACTURER of Brent Lease ANUFACTURER
                                                                            a Variety Medium Voltage Electrical Equipment
Practical Experiences of On-line Partial Discharge Measurements onWestinghouse Electric Corporation  M        Westinghouse Electric C
             98-10            CHEMICAL           Richard H. Hulett
                                                                USER       Thermon
IEEE 515 Revision 2: A Standard and One More Step Towards Harmonization Industries
             98-11            CHEMICAL
ANSI and NEMA or IEC A Project Decision Howard L. Bradfield                              Sunita Kulkarni
                                                                           Bechtel Corporation                Bechtel Corporation
             98-12            CHEMICAL            Area Equipment
The Outlook for Global Unity for HazardousPaul S. Babiarz ANUFACTURER
                                                                M          Crouse-Hinds              RESEARCH/OTHER
                                                                                         Gerhard Schwarz      CEAG Sicherheitstechn
             98-13            PRODUCTION Bill Lockley CONSULTANT           Lockley ExperienceDriscoll
                                                                                         Tim S.
Improving Electric Motor Availability in Processing Facilities, One Company's Engineering USER                Shell Canada Ltd.
             98-14            PRODUCTION Marc F. Extremely Long Motor Lead Applications
Conceptual Design for Sub-Sea Power Supplies for TaylorUSER                Conoco, Inc.
             98-15            PRODUCTION Gary Gates MANUFACTURER           Cutler-Hammer Shipp ANUFACTURER
Electrical Distribution System Analysis for Off-Shore Oil Production Facilities          David       M        Cutler-Hammer
             98-16            TRANSPORTATION of High Power Variable Speed Lucien Terens
                                                 Per                       ABB Industrie AG          MANUFACTURER
Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM)Wikstrom MANUFACTURER Drive Systems (VSDS) ABB Industrie AG
             98-17            TRANSPORTATION H. Bonnett
                                                 Austin         MANUFACTURER
                                                                           U.S. Electrical Motors
An Overview of How A.C. Induction Motor Performance Has Been Affected by the October 24, 1997 Implementation of the Ene


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             98-18            TRANSPORTATION   Kenneth Clarkson
Selection Criteria and Application of a 16,000 HP, 4-Pole Induction Motor for a Compressor Drive
                                                               USER                      & ChemicalsM
                                                                          Air ProductsTim Trumbo ANUFACTURER    ABB Industrial Systems
             98-19             and Their Operational Benefits
                                               Vince
High Current DC ChoppersELECTROCHEMICAL Scaini MANUFACTURER                             Bruce M. Urban
                                                                          Inverpower Controls Ltd.  USER        FMC Corporation Lithium
             98-20            ELECTROCHEMICAL Pollock
                                               Patrick
Power Quality and Corrective Action in an Aluminum Smelter     USER                     Christopher Duffey Electrical Systems Anal
                                                                                                    CONSULTANT
                                                                          Intalco Aluminum Corporation
             98-21            ELECTROCHEMICAL NFPAUSER
                                               Samuel           70E,      PPG Industries, Inc.
Safety-Related Work Practices for Electrolytic Cells L. Ralston Standard For Electrical Safety Requirements For Employee Wo
             98-22            CHEMICAL         In One Rosen
Do You Want To Put All Your "Relay Eggs" Donn L.Basket?        CONSULTANT Consultant Roy E. Cosse               M. W.
                                                                                                    CONSULTANT Kellogg
             98-23            CHEMICAL         Jim Bowen
Industrial Substation Commissioning and Turnover Plan MANUFACTURER        Powell Electrical Mfg.
             98-24            CHEMICAL         Kenneth E. Nicholson
                                                               CONSULTANT Syzegph       Richard L. Doughty Dupont Engineering
Cost Effective Strategies For Industrial Electric Power Management Systems Engineering, Inc.        USER
             98-25            REFINING         John E. Important Variables Oil Products Company
                                                               U
Volatility And Mists - Electrical Area Classification's Propst SER        Shell
             98-26            REFINING         Drives
Cable Design for PWM Variable Speed AC E. J. Bartolucci                   The OkoniteBob H. Finke
                                                               MANUFACTURER              Company MANUFACTURER   The Okonite Company
              With            REFINING         Sidney Bell MANUFACTURER AutomationA. USER
Experience98-27 Variable Frequency Drives and Motor Bearing Reliability   Rockwell Richard Epperly E. I. duPont de Nemour
             98-28            PRODUCTION A. Wayne Ashley       CONSULTANT Consulting Company
Voltage Drops And/Or Short Circuits: Estimating Can Be Easy -- Sometimes!!Ashley
             98-29            PRODUCTION Chet
Ground Fault Circuit Breakers For Heat Tracing Sandberg                   Raychem Henry Zylstra                 Square
                                                               MANUFACTURER Corporation MANUFACTURERD Corporation
             98-30            PRODUCTION Marcus O. Durham      CONSULTANT THEWAY Corp. / University of
                                                                                        Robert A. USER
What Are Standardized Equations For Acceptance Of Hi-Pot Tests And For Voltage Drop? Durham Tulsa               Central & Southwest
             98-31            TRANSPORTATION    of Rotating Equipment At Offshore Or Remote Sites
Economical Solutions For Insulation RepairMichael W. Wedel     USER                     Jeffre7y A. MANUFACTURER
                                                                          Phillips Petroleum CompanyHudson Kato Engineering
             98-32            TRANSPORTATION
Use And Evaluation Of Smart MCC Equipment      Philippe D'Hooghe
                                                               USER                     John T. Phillipson
                                                                          Exxon Chemical Company    USER        Exxon Chemical Compa
             The Effects of Loading, Service Bruce Campbell
Motor Life: 98-33                              Factor          MANUFACTURER Energy & Life USER
                                                                          Rise On       Jose Galleno
                              TRANSPORTATION And Temperature Siemens Insulation Automation, Inc.                Shell Oil Company
             98-34
How We Can Better Learn SAFETY                 Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer
                              From Electrical Accidents                   Univ. of Chicago Electrical Trauma Research Program
                                                               RESEARCH/OTHER H. Landis Floyd, II   USER        DuPont
             98-35            SAFETY
Key Elements Of An Electrical Safety Program   Shahid Jamil USER                        Ray Company
                                                                          Exxon Chemical A. Jones               ESCS,
                                                                                                    CONSULTANT Inc.
             98-36            To Better        Richard L. DoughtyHazard On 600 V Power Distribution Systems Advanced Fiber
Predicting Incident Energy SAFETY Manage The ElectricUSER      Arc                      Dr. Thomas e. Neal DuPont
                                                                          DuPont Engineering RESEARCH/OTHER
             99-01            GENERAL          Will McBride USER
The First Major Zone Classified Oil and Gas Facility in North America                   Heinz
                                                                          ARCO Alaska, Inc.A. BockleMANUFACTURERKillark-Stahl, Inc.
             99-02            Cables Domestic (USA) Standards and Practices Versus The International Community
Electric Power and Control GENERAL             Frank H. Rocchio           The OkoniteH. R. Stewart
                                                               MANUFACTURER                                     HRS
                                                                                         Company CONSULTANT Consulting
             99-03            GENERAL          Donald W. Zipse CONSULTANT Electrical Engineering, Inc.
                                                                          Zipse
Lightning Protection Systems: An Update and a Discredited Method Vindicated
             99-04            Drives on        Gary L. of Low Voltage Ground Fault Barry M. Wood
Effect of Adjustable Speed GENERALthe OperationSkibinski                  Rockwell      Indicators USER
                                                               MANUFACTURER Automation - Standard Drives        Chevron Research & Te
             99-05            GENERAL          Fritz Kleiner MANUFACTURER AGBas de WitUSER
Ecology and Economy Decide For 50,000 HP Electric Turbocompressor Drivers Siemens                               Nederlands Aardolie Ma
             99-06            GENERAL
Root Cause A.C. Motor Failure Analysis Austin H. Bonnett                  U.S. Electrical Motors
                                                               MANUFACTURER
             99-07            GENERAL
The Impact Of The IECEx Scheme On TheM. Brenon                 RESEARCH/OTHER Central desRESEARCH/OTHER (LCIE)
                                                                          Laboratoire P. Kelly
                                                Global Availability Of Explosion Protected Apparatus             Electriques
                                                                                                     Industries Underwriters Laboratori
             Global           GENERAL          Marty Cole
Integrating 99-08 Electrical Design Practices In Hazardous Locations - A Philosophy Change
                                                               MANUFACTURER
                                                                          Killark Stahl Tim Driscoll
                                                                                        Inc.        USER        Shell Canada
             99-09            GENERAL          Vincent G. Installations Ramco Electrical
Cold Weather Affects On Class I Hazardous Electrical Rowe      CONSULTANT                           MANUFACTURER
                                                                                        George F. Howell        Crouse-Hinds
             99-10            CHEMICAL         David L. Swindler          Square
Elegant Ground Fault Solutions For Impossible Problems MANUFACTURERD Company
             99-11            CHEMICAL         Roy E. And Standby Generator Brown &BowenMANUFACTURER
                                                               Jr.        Kellogg
Is Sensitivity Achieved In Critical Low-Voltage UPSCosse,CONSULTANT Power Circuits? Inc.Jim Root,               Powell Electric Manufac
             99-12            CHEMICAL         Daniel Doan
Design And Protection Of Captive Motor-Transformers USER                                            MANUFACTURER Electric
                                                                          E. I. duPont Dr. John Crouse          General
             DC Chopper Systems For Electrochemical Applications The Dow Chemical Co.MANUFACTURER
Specifying 99-13              ELECTROCHEMICAL  P. S. ManiscalcoUSER                     V. Scaini               Inverpower Controls Ltd
             99-14            ELECTROCHEMICAL  Jim Galloway CONSULTANT Galloway & Associates
Harmonic Instability In Phase Controlled Rectifiers                       J. H.
             99-15            Power RectifiersPaul BuddinghCONSULTANT
                                                Using                     Universal Dynamics Mars
New Life For Old Thyristor ELECTROCHEMICAL Contemporary Digital Control Jack St. Ltd.               USER        CXY Chemicals
              Practical Approach To The Study Of Bearing Damage In GE Industrial Systems MANUFACTURER
Systematic99-16               REFINING                                    A Large       J. H. Dymond            GE Machine
                                               Raymond OngMANUFACTURER Oil Ring Lubricated Induction Industrial Systems
             And Desigh Of Grounded Systems For Tanks And Vessels
Interaction 99-17             REFINING         Marcus O. DurhamCONSULTANT               Robert A. CONSULTANT
                                                                          THEWAY Corporation Durham             RADCOnsulting
             99-18            REFINING
Harmonic Experiences With A Large Load Commutated Inverter Drive
                                               Kevin A. Puskarich
                                                               CONSULTANT               W. EdwardCONSULTANT
                                                                          Qual-Tech Engineers, Inc.  Reid       Qual-Tech Engineers, In
             99-19            TRANSPORTATION   Ganesh Venkataramanan Continental Controls, Inc.
Smoother And More Economic Operation of Gas Pipelines                     GE
                                                               MANUFACTURER             Ujjal Basu MANUFACTURER GE Continental Controls
             99-20            Solving Motor Vibration R. Finley
                                               William
An Analytical Approach To TRANSPORTATION Problems                         Siemens       Mark M. Hodowanec Siemens Energy & Auto
                                                                                                    MANUFACTURER
                                                               MANUFACTURER Energy & Automation, Inc.
             99-21            TRANSPORTATION   Bill Lockley
The EPRI Gas Pipeline Electrification Guidebook Project CONSULTANT                      Bruce Hamilton          BPH
                                                                          Lockley Engineering CONSULTANT Engineering Inc.
             99-22             Drives For      Dr. Robert Hanna
Use Of Variable FrequencyCHEMICAL Extruder Application         CONSULTANT Engineering Randall
                                                                          RPM           Scott       USER        NOVA Chemicals
             99-23            CHEMICAL
Cable Alternatives For PWM AC Drive Applications
                                               Eric J. Bulington
                                                               MANUFACTURERWireScott Abney ANUFACTURERWire & Cable Co
                                                                          Belden         & Cable Co.M           Belden
             99-24            CHEMICAL         Paul S. Babiarz ANUFACTURERCrouse-Hinds USER Installation"
                                                               M          Cooper
Installtion Techniques & Practices Of IEC Hazardous Area Equipment "The Nuts Tom Pearson& Bolts Of A Good ARCO
              System          PRODUCTION M. T. Bishop MANUFACTURERPower A. McCarthy
                                                                          Cooper        C.                      Cooper
Distribution99-25 Reliability Improvements Justified By Increased Oil Production SystemsMANUFACTURERPower Systems
             99-26            PRODUCTION Savings To Justify Adjustable Frequency Drives On Pumps
The Correct Method Of Calculating Energy Ron Carlson USER                 Saudi Aramco
             99-27            PRODUCTION Francis M. Stone, Jr. USER       SDDSI
Changes In Offshore Electrical Installation Practices: Revisions To API RP 14F David N. Bishop      USER        Chevron Petroleum Tec
             99-28
A Motor Primer (Part 1)       REFINING         Gary Donner USER                                                 Reliance
                                                                          Texaco Inc. Bill Subler MANUFACTURER Electric
             99-29            REFINING         Travis Griffith MANUFACTURER
                                                                          Ansaldo       Michael Toney
21st Century Petrochemical Electrical Practices API RP 540 Fourth Edition Ross Hill K. USER                     Amoco Corporation
             99-30            REFINING         Management From MANUFACTURER Automation MANUFACTURER Automation
                                                                          Rockwell Carl
Intelligent Motors - Using Motors For Asset Fred M. Discenzo A Remote Location J. Dister                        Rockwell
              And             TRANSPORTATION W. Surge
                                               Keith
Application99-31Safety Issues For Transient Voltage Eilers Suppressors
                                                               USER                     Mark WingateMANUFACTURER
                                                                          Chevron USA Production Inc.           MVC Inc.
             99-32            TRANSPORTATION Discharge, Tracking Canada N. Stranges ANUFACTURER
                                               J. H.
Stator Winding Failures: Contamination, SurfaceDymond MANUFACTURER        GE            Inc.        M           GE Canada Inc.
             99-33            TRANSPORTATION    Voltage Motors: Application Considerations And Paes
                                                                          Rockwell Richard
Methods For The Control Of Large MediumJohn A. Kay MANUFACTURER AutomationH. MANUFACTURER AutomationGuidelinesRockwell


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            99-34           Safety
Partnerships For Electrical SAFETY                     RESEARCH/OTHER Chicago - Electrical Trauma Program Engin
                                                                                          Toney
                                         M. Capelli-Schellpfeffer University ofMichael K. USER  Amaco Worldwide
            99-35
Electrical Safety By DesignSAFETY        Daleep Mohla USER                     L. Corporation
                                                                                          USER
                                                                  Union Carbide Bruce McClung   Union Carbide Corporat
            99-36           SAFETY       Richard Reduce Arc
                                                       USER       DuPont Engineering RESEARCH/OTHER
The Use Of Low Voltage Current Limiting Fuses To L. Doughty Flash Energy Dr. Thomas E. Neal DuPont Advanced Fiber




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               AUTHOR2CLASS2 AFFILIATION2       AUTHOR3CLASS3 AFFILIATION3       KEYWORDS      Expr1       Abstract
               Bill RousselUSER     Saudi Aramco                                 Conversion from Division to Zone, Zone Classification, area c
   E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co., Inc.                                           Electrical reliability, system comparison, evaluation, modeling
   Anixter, Inc.                                                                 Cable, conductors, distribution, insulation, shielding, AEIC, IE
   NEI Electric Power Engineering, Inc.                                          Commissioning, Start-up, Medium Voltage Switchgear, Prote
                           USER
               Dr. K. De Haas       BASF AG Terence Hazel             Schneider IEC 60079-17,
                                                          MANUFACTURER Electric France OSHA 29 CFR 1910, Maintenance Practices,
   Chevron Products Company                                                      Disaster Recovery, Disaster Readiness, Disaster, Hurricane,
                           MANUFACTURER
               Bharat Mistry        GE Industrial Systems                        Induction Machine, Increased Safety Machine, Non-Sparking
of Emerson Electric Co.                                                          AC induction motors, winding temperature, rotor temmperatu
                           MANUFACTURER W. J. Jackson
               J. J. DeBlock        GE Canada Inc.                    GE Canada Inc.
                                                          MANUFACTURER Synchronous Motors, Pole Face Heating
                           USER
               Scott Randall                    Chris DedeunwaerderNOVA Chemicals System Design, Power Quality, Cogeneration
                                    NOVA Chemicals Corp.  USER                   Power Corp.
                           USER
               Evert F.D.E. Limbeek Shell Global Solutions International BV      switching transients, transient overvoltages, system simulatio
                           USER                 Craig M. Wellman
               Deborah A. Schouten Rosendin Electric, Inc.USER                   Control Voltage, 24 V dc, industrial controls, process control
                                                                      DuPont Corp.
   Rapid Power Technologies, Inc.                                                Rectifier, Chopper, Switching Rectifier, IGBT
                                    Inverpower Controls Ltd.
               V. Scaini MANUFACTURER                                            Chopper, Rectifier, Retrofit
                                    Iris Power S. Tetreault SER
               B. A. LloydMANUFACTURER Engineering Inc    U                      Inverter,
                                                                      Shell Canada Ltd. stator winding, corona, insulation
   Ansaldo Ross Hill                                                             inducton motor, variable frequency drive, VFD
                           MANUFACTURER Mfg. C. Johnson
               Paul A. House        Thermon Ben                       Thermon Heat
                                                          MANUFACTURER Mfg. trace, modeling software, modeling
                           M        Cutler-Hammer
               David Graff ANUFACTURER Chet Sanberg                   Raychem Electrical Heat Tracing, Control Methods, Cost of Heat Tracin
                                                          MANUFACTURER HTS
   Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.                                             induction motor, rotor, aluminum, copper
                           MANUFACTURERPower Systems
               Arvind Chaudhary     Cooper                                       Capacitor Bank Protective Relaying, Capacitor Bank Unbalan
                           CONSULTANT
               Karen D. Durham      NATCO                                        TVSS, Surge suppression, instrumentation, grounding
of Emerson Electric                                                              motor
                           MANUFACTURER Automation MANUFACTURER AutomationMotor, Rotor Surface Temperature, Inverter-Fed, H
               Michael J. Melfi     Rockwell John P. Tsao             Rockwell Induction
   Powell Electrical Mfg. Co.                                                    Replacement circuit breakers, conversion circuit breakers ret
                           USER
               Lynn Saunders                    David Lubkeman        ABB Power T&D Co.
                                    General Motors Corp. MANUFACTURER Fault location, ground faults, high resistance grounding, ungr
   WEG Motores Ltda                                                              Induction motor, noise, magnetic noise
                                                                                 Dielectric coolant, combustion resistant, transformer oil
               Waler Hyde           Hyde        David     RESEARCH/OTHERPetroleumarea classification, NFPA, NEC API, ISA, UL, intrins
                           CONSULTANT ConsultantsE. Soffrin           American electrical Institute
                           RESEARCH/OTHER
               Basudeb Ben Banerjee EPRI                                         Power Quality, Voltage Transients, Interruptions, Sags, Harm
                                    General
               Sean MillerMANUFACTURER Electric Multilin Inc.                    Process Control, Motor Control
                           MANUFACTURER Automation
               Randy Vermaas                                          Rockwell Medium voltage drives, drive reliability, failure mode effect an
                                    Rockwell Chris GilksMANUFACTURER Automation
   Enbridge Pipelines Inc.                                                       Static Var Compensator, SVC, large motor, starting
               Raymond Ong          GE Industrial Systems
                           MANUFACTURER                                          Synchronous, starting torque, inrush current, speed-torque, s
                           CONSULTANT Inc.Giuseppe Parise
               Melvin K. Sanders    TECo.,                            University Codes,
                                                          RESEARCH/OTHER of Romeelectrical safety, electrical standards, international sta
               James Bowen          Powell Electricl Capelli-Schellpfeffer
                                                                      CapSchell, Inc.
                           MANUFACTURER MaryMfg. RESEARCH/OTHER Electrical Arc, safety, acoustic injury, switchgear, arcing fault
                           CONSULTANT
               Joseph J. Andrews Electrical Safety Resources, Inc.               Electrical Safety, Shock, Arc Flash, OSHA
                                                                                 System grounding, ground fault protection, solidly grounded,
                                                                                 Ground, grounding, earth, earthing, bonding, electrode, neutr
               Rick Bried USER                  H. Landis USER
                                    Equilon Pipeline Co. Floyd, II               e
                                                                      DuPont Co. lectrical safety, electric shock, electric arc flash, process saf
   Emerson Electric                                                              Induction Motor, TEFC Motor, Severe Duty Motor, Petrochem
                           MANUFACTURER Electric
               Noel Quillion        Schneider Bruno Lusson            Schneider protection
                                                          MANUFACTURER Electric relays, back-up protection, circuit-breaker, multifun
                                                                                 Zone, classified, USA
   Siemens Energy & Automation                                                   NEMA, ASD, adjustable speed drive
                           MANUFACTURER
               Duncan J. McIntosh Rockwell Automation                            synchronizing, synchronous transfer, AFD, medium voltage
               Pete Hammond         ASI Robicon
                           MANUFACTURER                                          AFD, VFD, IGCT, IGBT, neutral point clamp, series cell, relia
               Jeff Kuper USER      Chevron Pillips Chemical Corp.               lighting, illumination, photometiric calculations
                           USER
               N. Kent Haggerty     DuPont Company                               Motor Protection, Power Monitoring
   Bechtel Corp.                                                                 PC Based Analysis, power systems, motor starting, power flo
               Jerry DehnCONSULTANT Industrial Data Systems                      Battery Charger, Battery, UPS Systems
                           MANUFACTURER
               Stephan Ebner        ABB Industrie AG                             Rectifier, SCR, Thyristor, Chopper, Active Rectifier
                                                                                 Semiconductor rectifier transformers, harmonic heating, harm


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Thermon Industries                                                             Impedance Heating, Induction Heating, Skin Effect Heating, P
         Dove KoscUSER    Syncrude Canada Ltd.                                 Electrical Heat Tracing, Control Systems, Wireless Communi
                          Raychem
         Jim Beres MANUFACTURER HTS                                            Electrical Heat Tracing, Heat Tracing Control, Heat Tracing M
                                                                               electric arc, arc resistant, crowbar, bypass switch, arcing faul
            A.K. Younsi          GE Power J.H. Dymond              GE Industrial Systems
                        MANUFACTURER Systems MANUFACTURER surge, impulse, gree, FEA, coils
                        USER
            John R. Thompson Duluth Recycle Mill                               Silver corrosion, hydrogen sulfide, whiskers
                        CONSULTANT Industries Inc.
            Gary D. Nichols      Shaw                                          Flywheel, extruder, power quality, voltage sags, site demonst
THEWAY Corp.                                                                   motor starting, capacitor, distribution system, llightning
                        MANUFACTURER Automation
            David L. Jensen      Rockwell Tim K. KimUSER           DuPont      intelligent motor control, safety, software, diagnostics
                        MANUFACTURER Dr. Gerold MANUFACTURER medium voltage terminations, stress control technology, elast
            Wolfgang HaverkampTyuco Electronics          Malin     Tyco Electronics
                                                                               Insulated Cable Engineers Association, ICEA, AEIC, NEC, UL
                                                                               NRTL, fire water pump, Halon, motor control center, MCC, N
                                 Linco Power Ltd.
            David EzerMANUFACTURER                                             Mitigation equipment, transient overvoltages, harmonics, flick
            Steve Evon           Reliance
                        MANUFACTURER Electric                                  NEMA, torques, winding temperature, motor protection, pulsa
                        RESEARCH/OTHER M. Brenon,RESEARCH/OTHER IECEx, world Industries ElectirquesCSA, LCIE
            W. Shao, P. Smith CSA International          E. Giusti Laboratorie Central des standards, UL, PTB, (LCIE)
ALSTOM Electrical Machines, Ltd.                                               Synchronous motor, LCI drives, converters, harmonics, losse
                        MANUFACTURER
            Nick Stranges        GE Industrial System                          Synchronous, induction, rotor, temeprature rise, temperature
Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.                                              Bearings, sleeve, anti-friction
ESCS, Inc.                                                                     Electrical safety, electrical safety training, training
                                                                               Electrical Safety, GFCIs, Cord-connected equipment, safety i
                                                                               Electrical Safety, benchmarking, OSHA
                        USER
            Dr. Heribert Oberhem Bayer AG                                      Hazard, risk assessment, area classification
Shell International Exploration                                                API Rp 505, API Rp 14FZ, IEC, zone, area classification
                        USER
            Dr. Klaus de Haas                Gerhard Schwarz
                                 BASF Aktiengesellschaft           CEAG Sicherheitstechnik GmbH
                                                         MANUFACTURER Zone, wiring methods, incendive sparking, overload protectio
                        MANUFACTURER Industries
            Richard Hulett       Thermon                                       Standards, Global Standards, Standardization, Standards Pro
                        RESEARCH/OTHER of Rome USER
            Giuseppe Parise      University Paul Hamer                         Global Codes
                                                                   ChevronTexaco Corp. and Standards, International Codes and Stand
                                                                               Area classification, hazardous locations, Zone, conformity ce
                        MANUFACTURER
            Karen D. Durham      NATCO                                         Maxwell equations, mathematics, circuits, fields, vector algeg
                                                                               Skpecification, Power Quality Immunity, Standards, Cost Red
            Bill Taylor USER     3M                                            IEEE 576, ICEA
Electrical Apparatus Service Association, Inc.                                 AC motors, repair guidelines, replace, failure, modification
                                 Rockwell
            J. S. WangMANUFACTURER Automation                                  Induction Motor, bearing current, inverter
                        MANUFACTURER
            Douglas Stark        GE Industrial Systems                         IEEE 841, induction motor, bearings, belt load
                        USER
            William E. Veerkamp The Dow Checmical Co.                          Ripple Current, mitigation, chopper, phase control, rectifier
                                                                               Harmonics, characteristic, non-characteristic odd even, reson
Wiebe Forest Engineering Ltd.                                                  Harmonic mitigation, power factor correction, phase shifting
                        USER
            Fernando Tomas                   Peter PaenMANUFACTURER Americas, Inc. heat trace, IEEE 515, IEEE 515.1
                                 Dow Chemical Company              Thermon Safety shower,
                                                                               FPSO, lessons learned
                        USER
            Charles McDonald BP America, Inc.                                  all-electric power, driver study, offshore power generation, Gu
GE Industrial Systems                                                          inverter, winding, temperature, harmonic losses
            Steve Evon           Reliance
                        MANUFACTURER Electric                                  motor, torque, bearing current, shaft current, mechanical stre
                        MANUFACTURER Marty ColeMANUFACTURER high mast, Astrological Time Clock, artificial intelligence, 3D m
            Michael Walton       ROI Lighting                      Killark, Stahl
                        MANUFACTURER
            Igor Blokhintsev     Cutler-Hammer                                 Partial discharge, corona-free switchgear, partial discharge c
Benshaw Inc.                                                                   Feeder voltage regulations, reduced voltage starter, medium
                        S. HussanSiemens John & Automation, Inc.
            KhursheedMANUFACTURER EnergyLarabee                    Siemens motor testing, complete tests, routine tests, motor performan
                                                         MANUFACTURER Energy & Automation, Inc.
                        MANUFACTURER PowerMendler
            Frank Ivester        Constant Rick           USER                  Switchracks, motor control centers, maintenance practices, s
                                                                   Phillips Petroleum
            Steven Rizzo         Rockwell Yuan Xiao                Rockwell PWM, isolation transformer, drive, harmonics
                        MANUFACTURER Automation MANUFACTURER Automation
                        USER
            Seamus Downey                    Karen
                                 DuPont CompanyL. Long   USER                  Electrical
                                                                   DuPont Company Safety, switchgear safety, electrical switchgear, sho
            Hong Nguyen USER                 Melvin R. RESEARCH/OTHER Electrical Heat Tracing, thermal isulation , valve heat loss, IE
                                 Phillips Alasksa, Inc. Foster     APC, Alaska
                         Kerr
            Stephen H.USER       ExxonMobil Devleopment Co.                    Programmable Logic Controller, PLC, secondary selective sy
                                                                               Desert Motor Design, TEAAC High Ambient
                        MANUFACTURER Automation
                                 Rockwell
            Viatcheslav Dombrovski                                             motor, superconductor, synchronous


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                                                                              Parameter identfication, induction motor, efficiency estimation
                                                                              Converter, distrotion factor, exciting current, generator, harm
                         MANUFACTURER Rafic SafinCONSULTANT
             Michel Bargizet       2H Energy                                  Daniel Eurasia
                                                                  CPC/Fluor electrical substations, prefabricated buildings, IEC standards,
                                   ABB         Gunnar L.F. Porsby ABB Automation Technology compressor motor, air separation plant, r
             Olof Forsell, Jan O. Lamell Automation Technology                High-voltage motor,
             Scott W. Kreitzer     Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc.          motor protection, settings, monitoring
                                                                              arc flash, electrical arc flash, safety by design, incident energ
                         USER
             Craig Wellman         DuPont Company                             Arc flash, circuit breaker, plash protection boundary, incident
  ChevronTexaco Energy Research & Technology Co.                              grounding, bonding, electronic system grounding, radio-frequ
             Lutz MatzkowUSER      BASF AG                                    Asynchronous motor, classified area, increase safety, flamep
  Shell Exploration and Production Co.                                        Division, Zone, area classification
                         USER
             Volker Pandel         Infraserv GmbH & Co. Hochst KG             Maintenance, installation, safety
                         Kemp
             Herman O.USER                      Valley Authority
                                   TennesseeBruce McClung         Electrical Safety Consulting Services, analysis, flash protection boundary
                                                          CONSULTANT          Arc flash, arc flash hazard Inc.
                                                                              Acceptable risk, multi-grounded system, resistance grounding
                                                                              Circuit, ground, grounding, earth, multigrounded neutral distri
lectronics Command                                                            Lightning, lightning protection, grounding, air terminals
                         C         Marex
             Vince Rowe ONSULTANT Canada Limited                              Zones, hazardous locations, classified areas, seals, unattend
             James Dymond          GE Industrial Systems
                         MANUFACTURER                                         motors, hazardous locations, arcing, sparking, surface tempe
                         MANUFACTURERD/Schneider Electric
             Blane Leuschner       Square                                     metering, substation monitoring, data loggin, transients, elect
                          Combs Powell Electrical Mfg. USER
             Harrison T.MANUFACTURER Donald G. Dunn       Co.                 arc flash zone, human machine interface, HMI, touchpanel, p
                                                                  Equistar Channelview
                         M         Siemens
             T. W. Olsen ANUFACTURER Power T&D, Inc.                          GIS Switchgear, gas-insulated switchgear, arc-resistant, vacu
                                                                              stator windings, insulation, testing diagnostic tests, DC Hipot,
             Russell King          TECO-Westinghouse MANUFACTURER torque, efficiency, power factor
                         MANUFACTURER James McGuane               TECO-Westinghouse
                         MANUFACTURER
             Robert Amstutz        GE Industrial Systems                      IEEE 841 motors, IEEE 841, vibration
                                                                              low-voltage switchgear, ANSI C37.20.1, IEC 60439-1
                                                                              rectifier losses, single way circuit, interphase transformer
                         MANUFACTURER Power Systems, Inc.
             Matt Colosino         Crescent                                   point of common coupling, short circuit ratio, maximum load c
             Steve Evon            Reliance
                         MANUFACTURER Electric                                ac induction motor, sleeve bearing, lateral critical speed, amb
  Schweitzer Engineering Labs                                                 IEEE P1547/D10, utility distribtuion system, plant distribution
  ExxonMobil Research & Engineerng Company                                    oil mist, lubrication, bearings
                         M         GE Industrial Systems
             N. Stranges ANUFACTURER                                          hipot, surge test, dielectri, unimpregnated, green, winding, co
                         MANUFACTURER
             Luke Chassereau                                                  circuit breaker interrupting time, contact parting time, cable si
                                                                              block valve, adjustable speed drive, automation
             Kevin Dunn            Baldor Electric Company
                         MANUFACTURER                                         motor efficiency, premium efficiency, NEMA premium, EPAct
  Electric Power Consultants, LLC                                             short-circuit currents, X/R ratio
  Progress Energy                                                             reliability, power electronics, distributed resources, IEEE stan
                         CONSULTANT
             Andrew Dorman         Fluor       Y.J. Kim USER                  availability,
                                                                  LG-Caltex Oil Corp. failure frequrency, reliability, fault tree analysis, fa
             M.O. Durham CONSULTANTTHEWAY Corp.                               grounding, submersible pump
                         USER
             Aidor Martinez        Chevron Texaco                             lightning, lightning protection, aerial lines, transferred earth po
             Tom Papallo           General
                         MANUFACTURER Electric Company                        low-voltage protection, single-processor protection architectu
             Tim DriscollUSER                  George Morlidge    Fluor
                                   Shell Canada Limited CONSULTANT Canada Ltd.IEC, zone, area classification, CEC, NEC CSA, UL, IEEE
             Gary Donner USER      Shell Oil Products US                      motor design, motor manufacture, induction motors, high spe
  Consultant's Plus                                                           power quality, harmonics, adjustable frequency drive
  THEWAY Corp.                                                                cathodic protection, standards, case studies, maintenance re
             Bill LockleyCONSULTANT            John Rama  MANUFACTURER API, motor, induction
                                   Lockley Engineering Ltd.       ASI Robicon
             David Pace  USER      Olin Corporation                           electrical safety, electrical incident case histories
  DRC Consulting                                                              electrical safey auditing, third party auditing, safety initiatives
                         CONSULTANT
             Dr. Thomas E. Neal Neal Associates, Ltd.                         protective clothing, arc flash, electrical safety, electrical hazar
                         RESEARCH/OTHER Kerry McManama
                                   Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt
             Dr.-Ing. Uwe Klausmeyer                              Underwriters Laboratoreis Inc.
                                                          RESEARCH/OTHER IECEx, ATEX, OSHA, regulatory, explosion-protected
                                                                              zone, IEC, EN, standards, explosion protected, hazardous ar
                         RESEARCH/OTHER Laboratories Inc.
             David P. Malohn       Underwriters                               IEC, CENELEC, intrinsically safe, CEC, NEC, nonincendive
                         CONSULTANT
             Charles Darnell                   David Stewart
                                                          CONSULTANT Nelson & Co. hazardous locations, API RP 500, API RP 505, NEC
                                   Charles Darnell, P.E. LLC      W. S.       IEEE 45,
                                                                                                       Most industrial, commercial, and educa
                                                                              Grounding, Single Point, Mixed Use Facilities, Data Quality, I


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Clifford Samuels
Heinz Kobi          Daniel Remorini
Jeffery Meier
Wayne Woodall
                                                                            Significant generator grounding, loss-o
                                                     upgrade, digital protection, hybridchanges have occurred in th
                                                                            This paper describes the basic function
                                                     global grounding system, ground-surface potential gradients,

Vince Rowe
Luiz A.F. Valle                                                           In a refinery, all process units have rea
                                                     Voltage sags, power quality, operational continuity, motor a co

Robert M. Spiewak                                                           Typical petroleum and chemical industr
                                                     Selectivity, UPS, ITI curve, Information Technology Equipmen

Leo Casey, PhD
                                                                           The topic of how low reflections
                                                     insulation stress, IGBT, High dV/dt, voltagevoltage IGBT-bas
Richard Shaw
Robert Seitz        Andrew Leoni                                          Presently, flash hazard, system ground
                                                     Marine, Shipboard, arc flash, arcmost marine power systems
Nari Hingorani

                                                                           This paper platforms
                                                     FPSO, lessons learned, offshore discusses the lessons learn
Thomas McDaniel                                                            For many critical processes, the use of
                                                     Generators, adjustable speed drives, capacitors, leading pow
Mark Hodowanec                                                             Many motor users may be confused wh
                                                     API 541, API 547, IEEE 841, electric motor, motor, induction
Norbert Klekowski   Gary Donner                                            The petrochemical
                                                     TEFC, WPII, enclosure, petrochemical industry contains a v
                                                                           For the Failures, High Voltage Stress,
                                                     Korndorfer, Auto-transformer,past century the Autotransforme

                                                                            unbalance, voltage harmonics, voltage
                                                     Voltage level, voltage Recently designed control equipment a
Greg Stone          Jim Custodio                                            This is Part 31
                                                     PDIV, Motor Insulation, MG1 a review of one manufacturer’s
Stan C. Beaver
Gerard Gross        Heath Houghton
                                                                          Long cable lengths (1,000 ft to 15,000 f
                                                   NEMA, low voltage motor insulation, adjustable speed drives,
Elizabeth Sassano                                                         Motors, Motor Management, Six Sigma
                                                   Motor Repair, Electric Electric motor repair is a significant con
Bill Lockley                                       Class 1 Rowe
                    Michael Melfi<br>Steven Rizzo<br>VinceDivision 2, harmonic heating, adjustable speed drive,
Per L. Eriksson                                    Adjustable speed drive, ASD, high speed motor, operating ex
                    Josef Schleuniger<br>Esa Virtanen                     This paper is the sequel to a previous p
                                                                          The paper motor drive, overload capab
                                                   Adjustable speed drive, ASD, AClists various factors that defi

Chet Sandberg       Franco Chakkalakal

Dennis Hill                                                                 protection, incident energy, safety by w
                                                     Arc flash, overcurrent Recent focus on measures to protect d

Fabrice Audemard
P. Ali-Zade         H. Mammadov                                           This paper outlines the designs and the
                                                     induction motor, energy saving, sucker-rod pump, power fact
Gerhard Schwarz
Bill Lockley        Barry Wood                                              Under the auspices of the Standards 2
                                                     AN/NZS, ATEX, Auxiliary device, CEC, CENELEC, DivisionS
                                                                            Over the last Code, NEC
                                                     Control Circuits, National Electrical two code cycles, changes
                                                                            This paper discusses technical safety.
                                                     ATEX, electrical installations, explosive atmospheres,and leg
Fahrudin Mekie                                                              VT, protective relays discussed transfo
                                                     Protective Relay, CT, The current transformer, voltage in this
                                                                            Areas, Auto-Ignition Temperature, Res
                                                     Hazardous Classified Lighting in hazardous (classified) locatio
                                                                            Most papers in the past that have addre
                                                     Zone, Classified, USA, Hazard location Design, Explosion Pro
Becky Lobitz                                                                The 1997 Alternate API RP
                                                     API Refining Area Classification,editions of Method 500 and R
Bill Premerlani                                                             Low-voltage resistance-grounded syste
                                                     low-voltage high-resistance grounding, fault detection, single-
Steve Evon          Wayne Paschall                                          In recent years much has been written
                                                     AC Induction Motors, Efficiency, Torsional, Lateral Critical Sp
Kirti Shah          Mark Tiffany                                            Many Power Monitoring, Power System
                                                     Load Preservation Systems,Industrial facilities utilize co-gene
                                                                            This paper will demonstrate, through in
                                                     Current Signature Analysis, Motor Rotor Winding Problems, D


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David Brown          William Hanthorn                                      Mineral Insulated (MI) cable has a nonp
                                                  Electric Heating, Electrical Resistance Heat Tracing, Process
Arindam Maitra                                    Power                     Quality Monitoring, Voltage Sags, Inter
                     Wes Sunderman<br>Marek Waclawiak Quality, Power The quality of electricity service require
Martin Brunzel                                    Current                  A fiber-optic current sensor for direct cu
                     Philippe Gabus<br>Peter Guggenbach measurement, fiber-optic current sensor, current tran
                                                                           Large Rectifiers depend on
                                                  Rectifier, Cascade failure, Fuse, Current sharing. the parallel
                                                                           Ship service electrical power consumpt
                                                  Cold Ironing, ABS, IEEE-45, IEEE-P1662, Mil-C-24368, IEC,
Jim Beres                                                                  The increased focus on LNG as a vital
                                                  Gravity Based Structure, LNG, Skin Effect Heating SECT, Fin
                                                                           Future ship systems, power systems w
                                                  All-electric ship, integrated power integrateddiagnostics, progn
Chet Sandberg        Andreas Koulaxouzidis                                 Industrial facilities lightning protection
                                                  surge protection, overvoltage protection,are becoming more a
Atle Bornes                                       hydrates,                Formation of hydrates is
                     Martin Hoyer-Hansen<br>Jens Kr. Lervik electrical heating, sacrificial anodes. a well known p
Rich Hulett                                                                Three IEEE standards cable, harsh en
                                                  Downhole, electric submersible pump (ESP),that address sub
                                                                           While there is form wound, medium vo
                                                  Electric motors, reliability, efficiency,a great deal of emphasis
                                                                           Air cooled heat, roller, water ingress
                                                  ACHE, API 661, belt, exchanger,heat exchangers are commo
Benjamin Flick                                                             Many methods autotransformer, wye-d
                                                  motor starting, reduced voltage start, can be used to start larg
Boris Chudnovsky     Albert Livshitz                                       Continuous on-line temperature monito
                                                  On-line Condition Monitoring, Wireless Sensors, Contact Deg
Craig Mouton                                                               Extrusion processes are widely used in
                                                  Extruders, purge-start, finite element analysis, induction moto
Peter Klinowski                                                             magnetic wedges, vibration, microproc
                                                  Motor failure analysis,This refinery has three 5400 HP slow s
Barry Hohensee       Don Perez                                             The Shipping (ABS), American Petrole
                                                  ABS - American Bureau ofOffshore Oil and Gas Industry striv
Tom Nestli                                                                 A new type of compressor platform, ele
                                                  High-voltage motor, Compressor motor, offshoremotor drive a
Mark McGranaghan     W.A. (Bill) Moncrief                                  Power quality standards provide the ba
                                                  Power quality, standards, harmonics, flicker, voltage unbalan
                                                                           The Fine Print Note [FPN] No. 1 in 200
                                                  AIT (autoignition temperature), T-Code (temperature-code), T
Robert Spiewak                                                             Previously, ANSI/IEEE relay current tra
                                                  Accuracy Class, Asymmetrical Current, CT Burden, CT Satur
Meredith Stranges                                                          A new International Electro-technical C
                                                  Motor Insulation, Qualification, Acceptance, Technical Specif
                                                                           Many systems, network security, Ether
                                                  industrial networked control automation and modernization pr
                                                                           Derating a motor for operation on an un
                                                  Unbalanced voltage, temperature, stator, rotor, induction mot
                                                                           Gas Compressor Stations: The need to
                                                  Synchronous Motor Field Control, Power Factor Control, Rec
                                                                           Procedures alone cannot provide an im
                                                  Electrical Safety, Training, Qualifying
                                                                           Recent focus has retrofits, protective re
                                                  Safety, reliability, switchgear, upgrades, been placed on impro
James Smith          David Burns<br>Gary Wetzel                            Electrical Safety and reduction scheme
                                                  Electrical safety, arc flash, electrical standards, relay of Arc F
Billy Wright                                                               IEEE and EPRI in North America and C
                                                  Predictive maintenance, partial discharge
                                                                           The ATEX (French acronym for Explos
                                                  ATEX, hazardous areas, explosion protection, conformity, tes
Heinz Bockle         Gerhard Bruchig                                       This paper will cover the approaches to
                                                  Zone, Classified, USA, Europe, IEC, Hazardous location, Exp
                                                                           Investigations of grid, power system dis
                                                  Voltage collapse, power outage, utility, recent blackouts indica
                                                                           The purpose of this
                                                  Arc flash, circuit breaker, incident energy. paper is to examine
Richard Paes         Barry Wood                                            IEEE Std 1566, Standard Standards.
                                                  Large AC Drives, Adjustable Speed Drive, ASD,for Performan
Ken Martin                                                                 The risk associated with using a portab
                                                  Cell phones, Hazardous Locations, Risk, ISA-RP12.12.03-20
                                                                           Standards for motor temperature rating
                                                  induction motors, temperature, temperature ratings, service f
Mike Lang                                                                  Low voltage arc flash barriers, arcing fa
                                                  Arc flash hazard testing, effect of insulating testing has been
                                                                           The efficiency, comparison, TEFC, EP
                                                  IEEE 841, electric motors, vast majority of Totally Enclosed F
William Finley                                                             There has Motors, Life Cycle Costs
                                                  Three phase, 3&#934;, Inductionbeen a push in the petroche
                                                                           Induction and Division 2, Zone 1, hav
                                                  NEC, CEC, IEC, Class 1, Division 1,synchronous motorsZone
Rajendra Mistry                                                            Troubleshooting resonance problems
                                                  Induction Motor, Structural Resonance, Local Resonance w
Bill Martin          S. David Rogers                                       The present and
                                                  Permanent Magnet, Efficiency, Motor future market for moto
George Morlidge                                                            The majority of rotating equipment appl
                                                  Electric Motor, API 541, Motor Selection, Full Voltage Non Re
William Veerkamp                                  Axial Magnetic Force, All motor rotors have an axial position c
                                                                            Weak Magnetic Centers, Double Magn
                                                                           The steel laminations used in the stator
                                                  Coreplate, Lamination, Core Loss, Core Test, Electric Motor,
Rubem Ribeiro Neto                                                         The definitions of rigid and rotors
                                                  Rotor dynamic design, Induction motors, Flexible flexible rotor
                                                                           DC back-up power is vital to most batte
                                                  Reliability, open circuit failures, thermal runaway, sealed refin
                                                                           IEEE Std 1458-2005 Breaker, Remain
                                                  IEEE Std 1458-2005, Moulded Case Circuitis a new Recomm
Andrew J. Allen                                                            This stability limits, fast load design an
                                                  transient stability, dynamic paper demonstrates theshedding,
Mark Christini                                                             This paper investigates a field site phen
                                                  Zero Sequence Current, Ground Grid
Eric Lambert                                                               Rectifier control systems supplied Thyr
                                                  Rectifier Control Systems, Control Upgrade Challenges, in the



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                                                                                     Maintenance functions on Tree Analys
                                                           Potline, Pot, Grounding Device, Fault Tree, Faultan aluminum
Narain Hingorani                                                                     Power Electronics Building Block (PEBB
                                                           Power Electronics Building Blocks (PEBB), electric propulsion
Richard Worth                                                                        The commercial shipbuilding industry a
                                                           Ingress Protection (IP), IEC, Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS)
Christopher Chaney                                                                   shipboard modern offshore hazardous
                                                                                               s
                                                           topsides, hull, marine On today’ cable, metal clad oil and gas
Jim Crissman                                               electric motor, energy Testing was conducted in an effort to d
                                                                                      consumption, split sleeve bearings, sum
                                                                                     Like most hazardous certified products
                                                           Purged, Pressurized, Control System, Hazardous Locations
                                                                                       Stress Control, Cold technologies and
                                                           Terminations, Splices,An overview of shrink Shrink Technolog
                                                                                     This paper will Independent Layers of P
                                                           Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA), review how the effective
                                                                                     The thermal limitations of induction mo
                                                           Motor Protection,Thermal Protection, Thermal Models
Rob Stephens                John Wilson                                              As part of an overall system Bus, Spot
                                                           Substation, Startup, Commissioning, Testing, Ringreliability a
William Livoti              Steve Umans                                              High temperature superconducting pum
                                                           synchronous motors, high-temperature superconducting, mat
                                                                                     This paper discusses some of the issue
                                                           Products pipeline, Distributed generation, Hurricane prepared
Craig Wylie                                                                          The use of electric
                                                           Motors, ASD, VFD, Division 2 Location motors in Class I, D
                                                                                     For the first time worldwide a liquified n
                                                           LNG-project, Hammerfest, rotor-dynamics, vibration, electrica
                                                                                     Offshore electrical power systems are o
                                                           Offshore power systems, motors, low fault levels
                                                                                     Use of multistage surface pumping sys
                                                           Multistage pumping system, proper installation, life cycle cost
Richard Loiselle            Mick Walton                                              This paper will demonstrate that an imp
                                                           Lighting, Industrial Lighting, Safety, Lumen, Illumination, Ener
                                                                                     This paper updates an earlier report by
                                                           electrical safety, electrocution, electrical injury, electrical burn
                                                                                     Testing for the absence of voltage or &
                                                           Testing for the Absence of Voltage, Test Before Touch, Safet
                                                                                     Conventional starting and adjustable sp
                                                           static frequency converter, adjustable speed drive, synchrono
                                                                                     Today maintenance without hot growin
                                                           hazardous area, installation, cost cutting imposes everwork pe
Rogério da Silva Campos                                    Vibration tests, dos Santos
                            Inam Haq<br>Kazuo Shoji<br>Hideraldo API 546, resonantdescribes the tests and ana
                                                                                     This paper speed, lateral critical analy
Dr. Zhenfu Dong                                                                      Over the past 12 years, a number of ch
                                                           Electrical reliability, Spreadsheet model, Alternate Gold Book
John P. Nelson                                                                       The exposure to hazards associated wi
                                                           NFPA 70E, IEEE 1584, Arc flash hazard assessment, Inciden
                                                                                      failure analysis, risk management, proj
                                                           Forensic engineering, What do you do when a piece of equipm
Robert Hanna, PhD, P.Eng.   Tom Morin, C.E.T.                                        High transient voltage surge suppresso
                                                           High resistance grounding, resistance grounding (HRG) of 48
Michael Wactor, P.E.                                                                 Improved medium voltage (MV) control
                                                           medium voltage, control equipment, arc resistant, NFPA-70E
D.L. Bogh                                                                            There is an industry need for suitable m
                                                           IEC 60034-18-42, Stator Insulation, Medium-Voltage Inverter
Chuck Yung                                                                           The number one reason
                                                           Vertical Bearing, Thrust Bearing, Thrust Load for the remova
Paul A. Gaynor                                                                       There are applications where low curre
                                                           Magnetic Rings, Rotor Reactance, Inrush, Starting Torque.
H. Landis Floyd II, PE      Mark Scarborough                                         Transporting raw materials and finished
                                                           grounding, bonding, fault current, hazardous (classified) locat
Stuart Raynor                                                                        In recent Arresters, Surge Capacitors,
                                                           AC Induction Motors, Lightning years, much has been written
                                                                                     The committee VPI, Balance, Vibration
                                                           API 541, Surge Test, Complete Test, associated with the dev
                                                                                     Petrochemical specification, standards
                                                           motors, IEEE 841, API 547, API 541,Industry companies utiliz
Doug Gehring                Phillip Hanna                                                    s
                                                                                     Today’ efficiency, NEMA motors for
                                                           Motor efficiency, NEMA motorpremium efficiencyPremium efft
Ramtin Omranipour                                                                    The sealed winding hipot, stator test is
                                                           Sealed winding test, insulation resistance,conformancewindin
                                                                                     This paper evaluates the advantages o
                                                           High-inertia Starting, Motor, Motor Protection Relay, Slip
Thomas Dionise              David Shipp                                              ChevronTexaco initiated a Through, VS
                                                           Oil Field Production, PCP, ESP, Ride Thru, Ride plan in 1996
Robert Morris                                                                        This paper introduces the concept of re
                                                           Arc flash test procedures, personnel protective equipment (P
Bob Wisniewski                                                                       Some lighting Life, T-code or look goo
                                                           Lumen, Lumen Maintenance, Lamp system designsT-rating, S
Ryan Laughy                                                                          This paper investigates different transfo
                                                           Transformer winding connections, zigzag winding, polygon wi
                                                                                     Experience gained during the growth of
                                                           Harmonic Filters, IEEE 519, Chemical Rectifiers, Reactive Co
                                                                                     In electrochemical
                                                           AC/DC high current controlled convertersprocess of copper o
                                                                                     The Systems Engineering, Physics-ba
                                                           Electric Ship Design, Totalcomplexity of today’s ship systems
Moni Islam                  Christopher Cayanan                                      Ship service electrical power IEEE-45,
                                                           Cold ironing, shore-side power, ABS, IEEE P1713, consumpt
                                                                                     The power requirements on modern ma
                                                           Electrical Shock, Arc Hazard, Switchgear, Metal-Clad, Off the
                                                                                     During the 2005 National Electrical Cod
                                                           NEC, National Electrical Code, Grounding Electrode, Ground
Paulo Guedes-Pinto                                                                   This paper re-examines motor, genera
                                                           Permanent magnet, high speed, synchronous, some of the us
                                                                                       Stress Control, Cold technologies and
                                                           Terminations, Splices,An overview of shrink Shrink Technolog
Robert Spiewak              David T. Rollay, P.E.<br>Terence Hazel                   Part I expressed concerns about using
                                                           Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter, Digital Signal processing



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Bill Premerlani                                                         Time based coordination and bus differ
                   Paul Hamer<br>Radoslaw Narel Selectivity, coordination, zone-selectiveinterlocking, protection
Benjamin Lanz                                                           Industrial medium voltage, partial disch
                                                cables, defects, electrical trees, plant engineers are required t
                                                                        Reduced voltage motor starting has ad
                                                Reduced voltage motor starting, primary reactor, autotransfor
Barry Wood                                                              Eddy current proximity probes are used
                                                Slow roll runout, proximity probe track runout, eddy current pr
Heinz Lendenmann                                                        The starting performance of pulsating
                   Holger Persson<br>Johan Hagg Salient-pole synchronous motors, starting torques,5-60 MW s
Jim Wilson                                      Natural Ester, Less Flammable fluid, National Electric Code (
                                                                          McShane
                   Todd McClanahan<br>David L. Harris, P.E.<br>PatrickFire safety, firewalls, deluge systems, a
David Duval                                                             The development of detailed engineerin
                                                CAD (Computer Aided Drafting), EHT (Electrical Heat Tracing
                                                                        API / ISA 84.01, IEC 61508, IEC 61511
                                                SAFE, API RP 14C, ANSI RP 14C, published by the American
Heribert Oberhem                                                        The introduction of Directive 94/9/EC
                                                EN 13463-1, hazardous locations, explosive atmospheres in
Maria Bade                                                              In the field of large electrical machines,
                                                electrical machines, asynchronous motors, high speed, high v
                                                                        Electric motors have been
                                                high speed, high voltage, massive shaft, ASD successfully
Jennifer Slivka                                                         The authors and their colleagues have
                                                arc flash, electrical arc flash, safety by design, incident energ
                                                                        The term Hazard/Risk Evaluation is Ha
                                                Risk Management, Risk Analysis, Hazard Risk Evaluation,mis
H. Landis Floyd    Anne Golding                                         Compliance with regulations or consen
                                                Human factors, human error, human systems integration, saf
                                                            A. J. CLAES,,,
                                                MAINTENANCE;TRAINING
                                                            H. M. STEWART,,,
                                                POWER SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                                            T. E. GRAHAM,,,
                                                UTILITY;SERVICE;POWER SYSTEMS
                                                            J. V. CUNDELAN,E. C. BENJAMIN,,
                                                LIGHTNING;LIGHTNING PROTECTION;SURGE PROTECT
                                                            E. R. HOYLE,C. H. BISSEL,,
                                                HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;AREA CLASSIFICATION;CLASS
                                                            R. B. WEST,,,
                                                EXPLOSIONPROOF EQUIPMENT;CLASSIFIED LOCATION
                                                            P. PLOVANICH,,,
                                                AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                            G. L. OSCARSON,,,
                                                LARGE MOTORS;MOTORS;MOTOR CONTROL
                                                            B. BEJACH,,,
                                                MOTORS;MOTOR TORQUE;SPEED-TORQUE CURVES
                                                            W. JARZEMBSKI,,,
                                                RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE
                                                            H. A. NORBERG,,,
                                                CIRCUIT BREAKERS;OIL BREAKERS;AIR BREAKERS
                                                            M. A. HYDE,W. SYSTEMS
                                                AUTOMATION;CONTROL A. DERR,,
                                                            R. M.
                                                MAINTENANCE CULVER, JR,,,
                                                            G. A.
                                                HEAT TRACINGSMITH,,,
                                                            J. CARL,,,
                                                SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS
                                                DRILLING T. SUTTON,,,
                                                            J. R. HATFIELD,F. W. BEACH,,
                                                ECONOMICS;ELECTRIC POWER
                                                            T. L. SCOTT,,,
                                                MAINTENANCE;MOTOR STARTERS;MOTOR CONTROL
                                                            B. L. SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER SYS
                                                DISTRIBUTION MOORE,C. H. ECKEL,,
                                                            L. M. GOLDSMITH,,,
                                                AREA CLASSIFICATION;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASS
                                                            N. A. AUSTIN,,,
                                                SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER SYSTEMS
                                                            W. RELAYING;RELAY COORDINATION
                                                PROTECTIVEC. WOODS,,,
                                                            D. S. BRERETON,H. N. HICKOK,,
                                                GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING
                                                            W. SWITCHGEAR;MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCH
                                                METAL-CLAD E. HIGHFILL,,,
                                                            L. B. EDDY,,,
                                                MOTOR STARTERS;MOTOR CONTROL;MOTORS
                                                            T. J. RENDER,,,
                                                MOTORS;MOTOR CONTROL;MOTOR STARTERS;HIGH V
                                                LIGHTINGB. E. GILMAN,,,
                                                            E. E. McILVEENE,,,
                                                CABLES;CABLE INSULATION
                                                            B. E. CRAWFORD,J. A. DARDEN,,
                                                CABLES;CABLE INSTALLATION;MAINTENANCE;GAS-FILL
                                                            E. A. NOSER,,,
                                                SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER SYSTEMS
                                                            J. R. STREET,,,
                                                LIGHTING;DRILLING
                                                            R. K. OWEN,,,
                                                MOTORS;PUMPING UNITS;POWER FACTOR CORRECTIO
                                                            E. KNOX,E. E. HOGWOOD, JR,,
                                                URBAN DRILLSITE;DRILLING
                                                DRILLING G. W. WEBB,,,
                                                            H. S. McINTOSH,,,
                                                DRILLING;OFFSHORE;CABLES
                                                            J. C. ARNOLD,,,
                                                GAS TURBINES;MAINTENANCE
                                                            V. G.
                                                SWITCHGEAR MURDOCK,,,
                                                            F. E. NEEF, JR,,,
                                                METERING;AUTOMATION


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                                                       C. S. WILLIAMS,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       E. B. TURNER,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       R. D. THOMPSON,T. H. PUCKETT,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       P. K. ECKHARDT,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       P. J. PROVOST,,,
                                              INSTRUMENTATION;AUTOMATION;SAFETY;CONTROL S
                                                       P. A. KRYDER,,,
                                              MOTORS;MOTOR INSULATION;MOTOR WINDINGS;LARG
                                              DRILLING W. E. WITHERS,,,
                                                       A. E. WHITESIDE,,,
                                              SYSTEM ANALYSIS;SYSTEM STUDIES
                                                       GENERATION;COGENERATION;UTILITY;PURC
                                              IN-PLANT W. H. STUEVE,,,
                                                       UNITS;MOTORS;SIZING MOTORS
                                              PUMPING F. W. BEACH,,,
                                                       SYSTEMS
                                              830 VOLT C. A. BINGHAM,,,
                                                       C. H. ECKEL,,,
                                              MOTORS;MOTOR WINDINGS;SEALED WINDINGS
                                                       E. C. BENJAMIN,,,
                                              SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER SYSTEMS;ECONOMICS
                                                       W. H. EDMUNDS,,,
                                              MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS;CIRCUIT BREAKERS
                                                       C. L. CARLSON,R. H. RUTTER,,
                                              METAL ENCLOSED SWITCHGEAR;METAL-CLAD SWITCH
         MANUFACTURER
G. A. SNOW                                             H. R. STODDARD,R. E. GROSS,G. A. SNOW,
                                              ALUMINUM WIRE;ALUMINUM CABLE;ALUMINUM TERMIN
                                                       L. F. STANLEY,E. C. WILLIAMS,,
                                              COMMUNICATIONS
                                                       C. LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;ARE
                                              HAZARDOUSM. PARK,,,
                                                       J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,D. S. BRERETON,,
                                              METAL-CLAD SWITCHGEAR;SWITCHGEAR;SYSTEM DES
                                                       E. TALLEY,,,
                                              MOTORS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATI
                                                       J. C.
                                              MAINTENANCEHITT,A. D. MUSTILLO,,
                                                       E. R. HOYLE,R. S. NORTHUP,,
                                              HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;GRO
                                                       G. A. SMITH,,,
                                              GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING
                                                       J. DESIGN;INSULATION SYSTEMS;SILICONE I
                                              EQUIPMENTF. DEXTER,,,
                                                       M. A. HYDE,,,
                                              STANDARDS;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       B. H. HEFNER,,,
                                              DRILLING;DC MACHINES
                                                       W. C. CLARK,,,
                                              MOTORS;WOUND ROTOR MOTORS
                                                       J. B. HODTUM,,,
                                              TRANSFORMERS;POWER TRANSFORMERS;TRANSFOR
         MANUFACTURER R. L. THING ANUFACTURER MOTOR OPERATED
                                M                      J. N. MORRELL,A. BROTHMAN,W. A. HOLZBOC
W. A. HOLZBOCK MASON-NEILAN REGULATOR MASON-NEILAN REGULATOR VALVES;MOV'S;VALVE ACTUATORS
                                                       F. S. JONES,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       W. W. HOLT, JR,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       W. N. SORENSEN,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       M. T. NIGH,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                        SYSTEMS
                                              CONTROLA. J. BADEN,,,
                                                       G. G. HEBARD,,,
                                              METERING;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       P. W. TRUMAN,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       F. S. BIRD,,,
                                              AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;OFFSHORE
                                                       G. P. STETSON,,,
                                              OFFSHORE;DRILLING
                                                       J. R. HOFFMAN,,,
                                              GAS TURBINE;AUXILIARY DRIVES;POWER SYSTEM DES
                                                       P. P.
                                              GAS TURBINE NIBLEY,A. Y. HILLMAN,,
                                                       G. E. HARNY,R. SYSTEM
                                              SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER B. HECKERT,,
                                                       F. W. BEACH,,,
                                              METERING;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                       C. J. GRAHAM,,,
                                              SURGE PROTECTION;LIGHTNING;LIGHTNING PROTECT
                                                        SYSTEMS;MOTOR CONTROL
                                              CONTROLJ. K. HOWELL,,,
                                                       F. P. GERTZEN,,,
                                              SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS
                                                       J. M. BRYAN,,,
                                              CORROSION CONTROL;CORROSION RESISTANCE;ECO
                                              TRAININGJ. M. CROTHERS,,,
                                                       L. B. EDDY,,,
                                              ECONOMICS;RELIABILITY;STEAM TURBINES;MOTORS V
                                                       B. H. HEFNER,,,
                                              DRILLING;DC MACHINES
                                                       R. E. McCOLLUM,,,
                                              TRANSMISSION LINES;OVERHEAD POWER DISTRIBUTIO
                                                       F. A. MOORE,,,
                                              FLUID DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE S
                                              LIGHTINGW. O. MASCARO,,,


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                                                 J. LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;ARE
                                        CLASSIFIED C. K. MUHLENBERG,,,
                                                 J. F. PETERSON,J. LINDQUIST,,
                                        COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;UTILITY;POWE
                                                 C. H. SCRUGGS,D. L. HOPE,,
                                        STATIC ELECTRICITY;B0NDING;WHARVES;TERMINALS;T
                                                 L. W. SWANSON,C. W. BOICE,,
                                        SERVICE;UTILITY;POWER SYSTEM;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                                 E. B. TURNER,,,
                                        SURGE PROTECTION;TRANSIENT PROTECTION;LIGHTN
          MANUFACTURER
A. B. NIEMOLLER                                  R. A. YANNONE,F. P. GERTSEN,A. B. NIEMOLL
                                        GAS TURBINE;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 R. A. RAMSEY, JR,,,
                                        STATIC SWITCHING
                                                  SYSTEMS
                                        CONTROLR. A. WISE,F. K. FOX,,
                                                 B. E. CRAWFORD,L. J. VIRGILLO,,
                                        RELIABILITY;MAINTENANCE;PROTECTIVE RELAYING;DIS
          MANUFACTURER
B. J. MULVEY                                     J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,E. R. CABLES
                                        CABLES;POWER CABLES;CONTROLKERWIN,B. J. MULVE
                                                 L. STABILITY;MOTORS;COMPRESSORS;PUMP
                                        TRANSIENT B. EDDY,H. A. WIEGAND,,
                                                 E. R. BRUCKLACHER,A. H. KNABLE,,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR CONTROL;MOTOR P
                                                 S. P. AXE,F. A. LEINBERGER,,
                                        LARGE MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;MOTORS
                                                 K. R. SHEETZ,E. L. McHENRY,,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
                                                 G. H. ST. ONGE,,,
                                        LARGE MOTORS;MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS
                                                 C. TRANSFER;CRITICAL LOADS;IN-PHASE TRA
                                        AUTOMATIC C. YOUNG,J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,,
                                                 J. M. CORTHERS,M. GOREN,,
                                        EMERGENCY LOADS;CRITICAL LOADS
                                                 W. R. SMITH,,,
                                        CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS
                                                 H. M. TOMLINSON, JR,,,
                                        ALUMINUM CONDUIT;COOLING TOWERS
                                                 V. L. ACKERMAN,W. K. LEWRIGHT,,
                                        OFFSHORE;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 R. W. ELLIOTT,,,
                                        OFFSHORE;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;POWER
                                                 J. W. MONTGOMERY,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;METERING;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 M. H. HALDERSON,,,
                                        MOTORS;MOTOR LOADS;PUMPING UNITS
                                                 A. J. ZAVADA,,,
                                        MOTOR CONTROLS;MOTOR STARTERS
          USER
T. L. SCOTT                                      F. BEACH,J. H. DAY, JR,T. L. SCOTT,
                                        MOTORS;PUMPING UNITS;HIGH SLIP MOTORS
                                                 G. MARTINEZ-MATOS,E. DE LA
                                        HIGH VOLTAGE;TRANSMISSION LINES GARZA, JR,,
                                        DRILLING E. HOUSE,,,
                                        DRILLING T. A. GALLAGHER,W. R. JONES,,
                                        DRILLING E. E. HOGWOOD,,,
                                        DRILLING A. H. CANDEE,W. P. STEVENS,,
                                        PIPELINE R. S. CANNON,,,
                                                 F.
                                        ECONOMICSV. WHITNEY,,,
                                                 O. F. ZEDLER, JR,,,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;ECONOMICS
                                                 J. J. SONNIER,H. SILER,,
                                        SYSTEM DESIGN
                                                 E. B. TURNER,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 G. E. GUY,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 R. D. AMPACITY;DUCT BANK
                                        CABLES;CABLECHAMLEE,D. E. McCALL,,DERATING;UND
                                        DRILLING E. E. HOGWOOD,,,
                                                 E. B. TURNER,,,
                                        METERING;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                 C. R. OLSON,E. F. MERRILL,,
                                        MOTORS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATI
                                                 W. H. DICKINSON,,,
                                        POWER DISTRIBUTION;POWER SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DES
                                                 I. H. LANDES,W.
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORSB. WILSON,,
                                                 J. MANRY,,,
                                        COMPUTERS;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;AUTOMATION
                                        CONTROLG. BECK,,,
                                                 C. S. ROACH,,,
                                        OFFSHORE;CABLES;SUBMARINE CABLES;CABLE INSUL
                                                 R. W. MILLS,,,
                                        MOTORS;MOTOR INSULATION;WINDING INSULATION;M
                                                  SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                        CONTROLE. G. WARREN,,,
          USER
R. F. VALOIS                                     L. M. CABLE;CABLE TERMINATION;CABLE SP
                                        CABLE;POWERROTH,S. RICHARDS,R. F. VALOIS,
                                                 T. R. SHAW,,,
                                        CABLES;UNDERGROUND CABLES;CABLE SYSTEMS;OVE
                                                 E. W. MESSINGER, JR,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                  SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                        VARIABLEE. C. MICHELS,,,
                                                 R. W. SMITH, JR,,,
                                        POWER SYSTEM;SYSTEM DESIGN;CONTROL SYSTEMS


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                                                 L. JONES,,,
                                        TANKERS;DOCKS;WHARVES
                                                 J. H. DAY,B. W. BRADBURY,,
                                        MOTORS;PUMPING UNITS;SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS
                                                 J. W. JOHNSON,,,
                                        OFFSHORE;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 S. P. STONE,P. R. BEARD,,
                                        GENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;COGENERATION;
                                                 J. L. CUNNINGHAM,,,
                                        SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER SYSTEMS
                                                 M. A. HYDE,D. C. WASHBURN,,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
          MANUFACTURER
L. U. EIDSON                                     J. K. HOWELL,J. J. COURTIN,L. U. EIDSON,
                                        MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION
                                                 R. B. PEARCE,,,
                                        DRILLING;OFFSHORE
                                                 O. J. GRAHAM,H. H. HENNELL,,
                                        DRILLING;RIG LOADS
                                                 C. W. BOICE,D. E. McCALL,,
                                        CALCULATION;LOAD CALCULATION;COMPUTERS
                                                 W. H. DICKINSON,C. R. OLSON,,
                                        RELIABILITY;EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY
                                                 B. M. DISTRIBUTION;DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
                                        HIGH VOLTAGEGALLAHER,,,
                                                 J. K. HOWELL,,,
                                        MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;INHERENTLY PROTECT
                                                 J. R. PEDIGO,,,
                                        VIBRATION;DRILLING
                                                 H. A. CHERRY,,,
                                        UTILITY;CONTRACTS
                                                 C. F. LESLIE,,,
                                        SYSTEM DESIGN;UTILITY
                                                 E. O. POTTHOFF,H. DOZIER,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 J. C. HOWARD,,,
                                        MOTORS;MOTOR WINDINGS;WINDING INSULATION
                                                 P. L. CAMP,J. BREAKERS;FAULT DUTY;STAND
                                        SWITCHGEAR;CIRCUIT D. WOOD,,
                                                 P. J. PROVOST,J.
                                        AUTOMATION;METERING J. CUPPLES,,
                                                 E. A. CLARKE,,,
                                        COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 J. TRANSFER;IN-PHASE TRANSFER;CRITICAL
                                        AUTOMATICR. DUNKI-JACOBS,C. C. YOUNG,,
                                                 A. M. LOCKIE,,,
                                        TESTING;TRANSFORMERS;ECONOMICS;STANDARDS;D
                                                 C. H. ECKEL,,,
                                        STANDARDS;API RP11J;EQUIPMENT LOCATION
                                                 J. B. KAUFMANN,,,
                                        SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER SYSTEMS
                                                 S. P. AXE,W. E. BURPEE,,
                                        CABLE;ARMORED CABLE;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLA
          MANUFACTURER
R. A. NELSON                                     A. BIELENIN,R.
                                        CABLE;ARMORED CABLEA. McDONALD,R. A. NELSON,
                                                 R. K. OWEN,,,
                                        UTILITY;SERVICE
                                                 S. CABLE;CABLE
                                        SUBMARINE P. STONE,,,
                                                 J. STABILITY;STABILITY;SYSTEM ANALYSIS
                                        TRANSIENT R. DUNKI-JACOBS,,,
                                                 R. L. TOWNE,,,
                                        SYSTEM DESIGN;PIPELINE
                                                 R. P. THORN,,,
                                        MAINTENANCE;INSPECTION;TESTING
                                                 J. J. STAMM,,,
                                        DRILLING;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
         MANUFACTURER
D. C. WASHBURN                                   R. G. ABRAHAM,R. T. BYERLY,D. C. WASHBUR
                                        AUTOMATION;ECONOMIC DISPATCH;CONTROL SYSTEM
                                                 P. DRINKER,V. V. TIVY,,
                                        INSTRUMENTATION
                                                  SYSTEMS;INSTRUMENTATION;DC CONTROL
                                        CONTROLD. T. CUSACK,,,
                                                  SYSTEMS;INSTRUMENTATION
                                        CONTROLW. O'CONNOR,,,
                                                  SYSTEMS;FURNACE CONTROL
                                        CONTROLA. A. JOHNSON,,,
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                        CONTROLJ. F. MOORE,F. R. CURRIE,,
                                                 W. M. GAVIES,W. N. PATTERSON,,
                                        COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 M. O. BIRD,J. F. DRAFFEN,,
                                        COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 W. C. JOHNSTON,,,
                                        COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                        CONTROLC. H. THURMAN,,,
                                                 G. W. CUNNINGHAM,,,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;SYSTEM DESIGN;PLANNING;
          CONSULTANT
J. A. STEWART                                    R. E. DAZE,H. C. MAYO,J. A. STEWART,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;ECONOMICS
                                                 M. N. HALBERG,,,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;ST
                                                 R. G.
                                        HEAT TRACINGMEDLEY,W. A. SHAFER,,
                                                 E. R. BRUCKLACHER,,,
                                        SWITCHGEAR;SOLID STATE TRIP DEVICES;STATIC TRIP
                                                 N. A. ANDERSON,,,
                                        TRAINING;INSTRUMENTATION;MAINTENANCE
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                        CONTROLE. N. PLY,A. D. PENDLETON,,
                                        DRILLING J. P. WAGNON,G. B. WEBB,,
                                                 R. LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;EXP
                                        HAZARDOUSS. JAMES,,,


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                                        F. P. GERTSON,A. G. FITCH,,
                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                        W. J. RAPSON, JR,,,
                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                        F. BEACH,F. BEST,,
                               MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;INHERENTLY PROTECT
                                        T. L. SCOTT,,,
                               830V SYSTEMS;MOTOR STARTERS
                                        J. K. HOWELL,,,
                               LIGHTNING PROTECTION;SURGE PROTECTION
                                        H. H.
                               MAINTENANCE HALDERSON,,,
                                        D. C. WASHBURN,,,
                               COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                        G. E. MACE,,,
                               PIPELINE;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                        O. F. ZEDLER, JR,L. U. EIDSON,,
                               PROTECTIVE RELAYING;RELAY COORDINATION
                                        T. C. HEARD,,,
                               COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                        S.
                               ECONOMICSR. EVANS,,,
                                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS
                               CONTROLP. D. WOODRUFF,,,
                                        A. R. HEIDEBRECHT,F. S. JONES,,
                               MAINTENANCE;TRAINING
                                        F. X. HUTTINGER,A. FILIPPONI,,
                               CIRCUIT BREAKERS;POWER SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                        J. J. JAQUIN,,,
                               MAINTENANCE;TESTING;INSPECTION
                                        P. O. KLUEBER,,,
                               COMMUNICATIONS
                                        W. E. STEMEN,,,
                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                        D. B. SLEEMAN,T. F. BELLINGER,,
                               MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING
                                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                               CONTROLM. A. HYDE,A. G. COATES,,
                                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                               CONTROLH. GINNS,,,
                                        J. P.
                               ECONOMICS CHUDLEIGH,,,
                                        A. HAUSPURG,,,
                               POWER DISTRIBUTION;RELIABILITY;UTILITY;SYSTEM DE
                                        J. C. HOWARD,,,
                               SAFETY;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIO
                                        P. S.
                               PRODUCTION PHILLIPS,,,
         USER
W. E. WITHERS                           T. L. SCOTT,S. BIRD,W. E. WITHERS,
                                        E. G. WARREN,,,
                               LIGHTING;ECONOMICS
                                        A. M. BERNARD,,,
                               CATHODIC PROTECTION
         USER
H .E. GAVELLO                           W. H. OSBORNE,W. J. WARREN,H .E. GAVELLO
                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                        J. F. WILKENS,,,
                               SYSTEM DESIGN;EQUIPMENT DESIGN;FOREIGN PRACT
                                        J. M. STEVENSON,,,
                               EFFICIENCY;POWER COSTS;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                        W. E. BURPEE,,,
                               MOTOR CONTROLLERS;MOTOR STARTERS;EQUIPMENT
                                        H. WINTER,,,
                               DRILLING;RELIABILITY
                                        SYSTEMS;MOTOR STARTERS
                               830 VOLT T. L. SCOTT,,,
                                        E. F. POSHADEL,,,
                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                        R. S. INSULATION;ALUMINUM WIRE
                               CABLES;CABLEKEITH,,,
                                        J. R. AUTENRIETH,,,
                               MOTORS;MOTOR BEARINGS
                                        M. A. REMKE,,,
                               AUTOMATION;METERING;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                        T. D. HIGGINS,,,
                               COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION;
                                        R. E. BICE,,,
                               BLENDING;AUTOMATION
                                        G. JOHNSTON,,,
                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;ADJUSTABLE SPEED
                                        M. D. MANN,,,
                               CABLES;POWER CABLES
                                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                               CONTROLJ. D. MORIATY,H. D. SMITH,,
                                        W. T. MORRIS,,,
                               UTILITY;SERVICE;LARGE MOTORS;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                        A. W. PEABODY,,,
                               DC POWER SOURCES;DC POWER;CONTROL POWER
                                        W. PRESTON,,,
                               MAINTENANCE;TRAINING
                                        R. RHODES,,,
                               LOADS;PROBLEM LOADS
                                        A. J. RABINOWITZ,,,
                               HEAT TRACING;MI CABLE
                                        T. SCOTT,,,
                               LOADS;PROBLEM LOADS
                                        E. SEVERLING,,,
                               AUTOMATION;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;CONTR
                                        V. TITTERINGTON,A. M. BERNARD,,
                               GENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;COGENERATION
                                        C. F. VORCK,,,
                               MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR
                                        J. K. WALSH,,,
                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS


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          MANUFACTURER ELECTRIC CO  MANUFACTURER OFFSHORE;CONTROL SYSTEMS;POWER DISTRIBUTION
J. R. DUNKI-JACOBSGENERAL E. O. POTTHOFF                     C. DOMIANO,L. C. BOYDSTUN,J. R. DUNKI-JAC
                                           GENERAL ELECTRIC CO
                                                             E. L. ROBACK,,,
                                                    AUTOMATION;METERING;TANK FARM;CONTROL SYSTE
                                                             H. L. KOPPEL,F. R. CABLE;CABLE
                                                    ALUMINUM WIRE;ALUMINUM STEVENSON,,
                                                             S. O.
                                                    HEAT TRACINGJONES,,,
                                                             E. F. MERRILL,,,
                                                    LARGE MOTORS;MOTORS;MOTOR DESIGN;INDUCTION
                                                              SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER DISTRIBU
                                                    CONTROLR. M. KISER,,,
J. MOLLE RESEARCH/OTHER                                      D. LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;PUR
                                                    HAZARDOUSV. FAWCETT,R. W. SHISHAKLY,J. MOLLE,
                                                    DRILLING N. K. DICKERSON,,,
                                                             A. BURNITT,,,
                                                    AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                             D. D. COMPTON,,,
                                                    COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                             W. F. CRUESS,,,
                                                    AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                             W. H. DICKINSON,,,
                                                    AUTOMATION;ECONOMICS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                              SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                    CONTROLD. FITZPATRICK,,,
                                                             C. E. GEIB,,,
                                                    EMERGENCY POWER;STANDBY POWER;GENERATION;
                                                             T. C. HEARD,,,
                                                    AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                                             B. HUSOCK,,,
                                                    CORROSION;CATHODIC PROTECTION;GROUNDING;CO
                                                             H. D. SMITH, JR,,,
                                                    TRAINING;MAINTENANCE
                                                             G. R. GRIFFITH,B.
                                                    TRAINING;MAINTENANCE L. MARGESON,,
                                                             J. C. H. LARSON,,,
                                                    EXPLOSIONPROOF EQUIPMENT;HAZARDOUS LOCATIO
          USER             A. J. CO USER
G. H. SILKWORTH IDAHO POWERBAHR                     CORROSION CONTROL;CORROSION
                                           IDAHO POWER CO L. J. SCHMITT,V. C. BUSHNELL,G. H. SILKWOR
F. K. FOX MANUFACTURER                                       M. H. YUEN,J. D. RITTENHOUSE,F. K. FOX,
                                                    LARGE MOTORS;MOTORS;COMPRESSOR MOTORS;WO
                                                              SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS
                                                    CONTROLJ. A. BODINE,,,
                                                             M. H.
                                                    HEAT TRACING W. ILLING,W. A. SHAFER,,
                                                             S. O. JONES,,,
                                                    HEAT TRACING;ELECTRIC HEATERS
                                                             T. L. SCOTT,W. B.
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR FAILURESBELKNAP,,
                                                             C. A. BINGHAM,J. A. ADKISON,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR REWINDS;MOTOR REPAIR
                                                             W. H. DICKINSON,,,
                                                    ECONOMICS;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPU
                                                             R. J. MATHIAS,,,
                                                    INSTRUMENTATION;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                             N. CONTROL;CATHODIC PROTECTION
                                                    CORROSIONL. CONGER,C. E. LOCKE,,
                                                             W. CONTROL;CATHODIC PROTECTION
                                                    CORROSION D. HODGES,F. E. HALTOM,,
                                                             J. A. LEHMAN,,,
                                                    CATHODIC PROTECTION;WHARVES;DOCKS;BONDING
                                                             W. E. WITHERS,,,
                                                    AREA CLASSIFICATION;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;HAZAR
                                                             J. L. LONG,,,
                                                    COMMUNICATIONS
          USER
R. E. McCOLLUM             J. WELFORD      GIBBS    MOTORS;PUMPING UNITS;MOTOR WINDINGS
                  GIBBS & HILL, INC CONSULTANT & HILL, INC W. F. BROWN,E. DE LA GARZA, JR,R. E. McCO
                                                             H. HELLERING,,,
                                                    COMMUNICATIONS
                                                             D. M. ALLISON,,,
                                                    GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;EQUIPMENT GROUN
                                                             M. F. BROWN,J. A. LINDSETH,,
                                                    UPS;EMERGENCY POWER;CONTROL POWER;CRITICAL
                                                             W. C. BRADY,,,
                                                    AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                             W. E. BURPEE,,,
                                                    MOTOR STARTERS;MOTOR CONTROLLERS;STANDARD
          USER
E. L. HATHAWAY             W. H. OSBORNE
                  SHELL PIPELINE COUSER             EMERGENCY CLUBB,R. J. FRAZER,E. L. HATHAWAY,W.
                                           SHELL PIPELINE COA. J.POWER;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                             J. M. GOSS,,,
                                                    INSTRUMENTATION;DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM;DESIGN
                                                             J. C. KALTENBACH, JR,,,
                                                    COMMUNICATIONS
                                                             A. H. KNABLE,,,
                                                    GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;PROTECTIVE RELAY
                                                             J. A. McCORMICK,,,
                                                    COMMUNICATIONS
                                                             G. W. CARTER,,,
                                                    CABLE;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                             MANAGEMENT;CONTRACTS
                                                    PROJECT C. A. SCHRADER,C. J. THIESEN,,
                                                             P. SMEE,,,
                                                    COMMUNICATIONS
                                                             J. D. STRICKLER,,,
                                                    OFFSHORE;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                             J.
                                                    MATERIALS C. R. KELLEY, JR.,,,
                                                    SAFETY W. L. MOSER,,,
                                                             R. W. SCOTT,,,
                                                    SAFETY;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIO
                                                             W. M. COGSWELL,,,
                                                    SAFETY;INSURANCE


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                                                 J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,,,
                                        MOTOR STARTING;MOTORS;WEAK SYSTEMS;LARGE M
                                                 F. X. FORSTMAIER,,,
                                        SURGE PROTECTION;LIGHTNING PROTECTION;MOTOR
                                                 M. GIGANTE,,,
                                        MOTORS;MOTOR REWINDS;MOTOR INSULATION;LARGE
                                                  SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS
                                        CONTROLA. G. FITCH,,,
                                                  SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS
                                        CONTROLH. A. BRAINERD,,,
                                                 R. L. SMITH,,,
                                        SYSTEM DESIGN
                                                 F. E. CORNWELL,,,
                                        CORROSION;HVDC;GROUND CURRENT
                                                 L. F. FOUGERE,,,
                                        COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;PROGRAMMABLE CO
                                        CONTROLB. W. BISHUP,,,
                                                 R. C. FILSON,,,
                                        MAINTENANCE;LABOR REQUIREMENTS
                                                 J. L. LONG,,,
                                        COMMUNICATIONS;OFFSHORE
                                                 W. KEEL,,,
                                        MAINTENANCE;OVERHEAD LINES;OVERHEAD LINE CON
                                                 W. PFEFFER,,,
                                        SUBMARINE CABLE;CABLE
                                        DRILLING M. L. RIZZONE,,,
                                                 G. J. SCHWARCKOPF,,,
                                        MOTOR PROTECTION;PUMPING UNITS;MOTORS;OVERL
                                                 D. R. DON,,,
                                        CABLE;SUBMARINE CABLE;OFFSHORE
                                                 J. J. COURTIN,,,
                                        T-FRAME MOTORS;MOTORS;
                                                 D. R. WRIGHT,M. PETERMAN,,
                                        MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;BRUSHLESS EXCIT
                                                 A. J. SMITH,J. C. GENERATION;GENERATION
                                        COGENERATION;IN-PLANTEDWARDS,,
F. H. FOX MANUFACTURER                           C. H. TIPTON,H. J. GROTTS,F. H. FOX,
                                        GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;HIGH RESISTANCE
                                                 W. H. LEVERS,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                                 A. HAUSPURG,H. N. SCHERER,,
                                        SUBSTATION;HIGH VOLTAGE SUBSTATIONS
                                                 W. B. WILSON,,,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;COMPRESSOR MOTORS
                                                 C. Q. WILLIAMSON,J. D.
                                        BLENDING;CONTROL SYSTEMS JOHNSON,,
                                                 R. O. OHLSON,,,
                                        SHORT CIRCUIT CALCULATIONS;FAULT CALCULATIONS
                                                 R. S. DESIGN;CABLE INSULATION;ALUMINUM
                                        CABLES;CABLEKEITH,,,
                                                 R. C. INSULATION;LEAD SHEATHED CABLE
                                        CABLES;CABLEWALDRON,,,
                                                 H. KUETTNER,R. A.
                                        CABLES;CABLE INSULATION NELSON,,
                                                 G. B. FOSTER,,,
                                        MOTORS;VIBRATION;MOTOR VIBRATION
                                                 A. THATE, JR,,,
                                        COMPUTERS;AUTOMATION;PROGRAMMABLE CONTRO
                                                 J.
                                        METERING M. GOSS,,,
                                                 E. T. SMITH,,,
                                        CONDUIT;PLASTIC CONDUIT
                                                   SAFETY
                                        INTRINSICJ. L. ABBOTT,,,
                                                 D. V. FAWCETT,,,
                                        MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;LARGE MOTORS
                                        DRILLING M. L. RIZZONE,,,
                                                 B. J. RHODES,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                                 J. D. STRICKLER,,,
                                        OFFSHORE;PRODUCTION;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                                 R. J. WOODHALL,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 T. B. COLLINS, SYSTEMS
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL JR,,,
                                                 M. W. VITTUM,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;OFFSH
                                                 J. E. HEIMSTEAD,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 C. N. MORRIS,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 C. L. MILLION,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                                 C. LASPE,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                                 D. C. GRIFFITH,M. H. YUEN,,
                                        UPS;CRITICAL LOADS;STANDBY POWER
                                                 M. J. SERGESKETTER,,,
                                        METERING;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                 B. KLIPEC,,,
                                        INSTRUMENTATION;NOISE;ELECTRICAL NOISE;INTERFE
                                                 M. THADANI,,,
                                        METERING;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;TANK FA
                                                 ,,,
                                        COMPUTERS;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;AUTOMATION
                                        CONTROLG. M. BROOKS,,,
                                                 E. R. BURGIN,G. GREENWOOD,,
                                        PROTECTIVE RELAYING;COORDINATION;RELAY COORD
                                        LIGHTINGJ. A. STEWART,,,


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                                                D. W. MAURER,,,
                                       BATTERIES;DC CONTROL;STANDBY SYSTEMS
                                                W. A. FLOWERS,,,
                                       UTILITY;RELIABILITY;SERVICE;
                                                L. C. GILLILAND,,,
                                       RELIABILITY;SERVICE;UTILITY
                                                J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,,,
                                       RELIABILITY;SYSTEM DESIGN
         MANUFACTURER
R. F. EDWARDS                                   G. L. MOSES,D. F. SHANKLE,R. F. EDWARDS,
                                       SURGE PROTECTION;LIGHTNING PROTECTION;MOTOR
                                                 SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;AUTOMATION
                                       CONTROLG. CLARK,,,
                                                P. B. ROBINSON,,,
                                       AUTOMATION;COMMUNICATIONS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;
                                                G. B. FOSTER,,,
                                       MOTOR VIBRATION;VIBRATION
                                                 SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPRESSOR STAT
                                       CONTROLR. J. FRASER,E. H .BROADWAY,,
                                                W. H. CHAPMAN,,,
                                       CORROSION;HVDC;GROUND CURRENT
                                                P. CONTROL;HVDC;GROUND CURRENT
                                       CORROSIONOFFERMAN,F. W. SCHREMP,,
                                                G. T. SUTTON,,,
                                       GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;EQUIPMENT GROUN
                                                R. MARTIN,,,
                                       AUTOMATION;OFFSHORE;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                E. C. MANNAS,,,
                                       AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                                I. W. SLIP MOTORS;PUMPING UNITS
                                       MOTORS;HIGHHYND,,,
                                                W. KELLEY,L. H. WIGGER,,
                                       COMMUNICATIONS;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                W. H. LEVERS,,,
                                       SYSTEM DESIGN;HIGH VOLTAGE;STANDARDS
                                                F. STETKA,,,
                                       GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES;CODES;REGULATIONS;STA
                                                R. LLOYD,,,
                                       U L;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;EXPLOSIONPROOF EQUIP
                                                  SAFETY
                                       INTRINSICF. MALTBY,,,
                                                  SAFETY
                                       INTRINSICA. E. TURNER,,,
                                                  SAFETY
                                       INTRINSICW. H. ELLIOTT,,,
                                                  SAFETY
                                       INTRINSICE. FRAZIER,,,
                                                  SAFETY
                                       INTRINSICR. D. CLARK,,,
                                                  SAFETY
                                       INTRINSICW. HICKES,,,
                                                G. F. MITCHELL, JR,,,
                                       TRANSFORMERS;POWER TRANSFORMERS
                                                J. E. BILBRO,J. E. LEAVINES,,
                                       HEAT TRACING
                                                G. T. SYSTEM;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                       DISTRIBUTION JOHNSON,P. E. BRENIMAN,,
                                                R. LOEWE,,,
                                       SAFETY;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIO
                                                D. RUARK,,,
                                       ENGINEERING;PROJECT MANAGEMENT
                                                R. LOCATIONS;AREA CLASSIFICATION;CLASS
                                       HAZARDOUSY. LE VINE,,,
                                                J. GARRETT,,,
                                       COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                T. E. FLUKINGER,G. R. SMITH,,
                                       COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                A. L. VERHIEL,,,
                                       BONDING;GROUNDING;WHARVES;TANKERS;TERMINAL
                                                R. E. G. RATCLIFFE,,,
                                       MOTORS;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEE
                                                 REGULATION;VOLTAGE FLICKER;SERIES CAP
                                       VOLTAGE H. B. WOLF,,,
                                                 SYSTEMS
                                       CONTROLA. LOFT,,,
                                                W. A. BLOCK,J. A. BODINE,,
                                       COMPUTERS;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                R. F. WOLL,,,
                                       MOTORS;T-RATED MOTORS
                                                ,,,
                                       UTILITY;POWER DIPS;VOLTAGE DIPS;POWER OUTAGES
                                                R. M. EVANS,,,
                                       MAINTENANCE;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                E. G. WEAVER,,,
                                       MAINTENANCE;COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                G. D. MOATE,W. A. PHELPS,,
                                       MAINTENANCE;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                R. F. HAVESON,G. B. SPAULDING,,
                                       MAINTENANCE;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                J. F. WILKENS,,,
                                       HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;EXP
                                                J. L. CRAGGS,,,
                                       MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;BRUSHLESS SYNCH
                                                K. CONTROL;EQUIPMENT ENCLOSURES
                                       CORROSIONMcCASKILL,,,
                                                R. L. NAILEN,,,
                                       MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING
                                                M. H. YUEN,,,
                                       MOTORS;MOTOR SPACE HEATERS;MOTOR WINDING H
                                                E. F. MERRILL,,,
                                       MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR
                                       LNG      E. L. SMITH,,,
                                                S. P. JACKSON,,,
                                       EMERGENCY POWER;UPS;STANDBY POWER


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                        J. M. BENJAMINSEN,P. H. VAN WIECHEN,,
               AREA CLASSIFICATION;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASS
                        W. LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;EXP
               HAZARDOUS A. SHORT,J. A. STEWART,,
                        T. R. KIMBALL,M. T. WAHLGREN,,
               TANKER;CONTROL SYSTEMS;TANKER CARGO;CARGO
                        S. D. T. ROBERTSON,,,
               MOTOR TORQUE;MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;ADJUS
                        E. T. CRIMMINS,,,
               SAFETY;OIL SWITCHES;MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEA
                        R. L. NAILEN,,,
               MOTORS;NOISE;MOTOR NOISE
                        E. E. CARLTON,,,
               GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES;SAFETY;DESIGN;CODES
                        G. L. GODWIN,E. F. MERRILL,,
               SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING;MOTOR T
                        T. HAUCK,,,
               BUS TRANSFER;AUTOMATIC TRANSFER;RECLOSING
                         SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
               VARIABLEC. E. ROBINSON,G. A. DEWYER,,
                        L. A. MERRIFIELD,,,
               LIGHTNING;LIGHTNING PROTECTION;SURGE PROTECT
                        R. H. LEE,E. J. FAGAN,,
               GROUNDING;GROUNDING ELECTRODES;SYSTEM GROU
                        J. N. HUTSON,,,
               CORROSION CONTROL;EQUIPMENT ENCLOSURES
                        C. W. CONAWAY,,,
               FIRE PROTECTION;SAFETY
                        R. A. NELSON,K.
               CABLE;CONTROL CABLE A. CUNHA,,
                        D. BAEU,,,
               MAINTENANCE;INFRA-RED;TESTING;INSPECTION
                        C. L. BOWMAN,,,
               SYSTEM DESIGN;PRODUCTION;DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
                        J. K. BALLOU,,,
               PRIME MOVERS;MOTORS;PUMPING UNITS
                        A. WINSLOW,,,
               DRILLING;OFFSHORE
                        R. N. RHODES,,,
               UTILITY;LOADS;POWER CONSUMPTION;PRODUCTION
                        D. V. MARSHALL,,,
               MOTORS;PUMPING UNITS;MAINTENANCE;MOTOR MAIN
                        D. N. BISHOP,,,
               COMMUNICATIONS;DRILLING;OFFSHORE;PRODUCTION
                        J. D. CAMPBELL,J. P. CHUDLEIGH,,
               HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;DES
                        M. D. PETERSON,,,
               TESTING;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATI
                        J. A. BOSSERT,,,
               TESTING;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATI
                        G. FEINMAN,B. SYSTEMS
               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SONENSHEIN,,
                        L. U. EIDSON,A. A. REGOTTI,,
               MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING
                        J. W. AVERY,,,
               VIBRATION;MAINTENANCE;MOTOR VIBRATION;TESTING
                        J. A. MORAN,J. C.
               CABLE;CABLE INSULATION CARROLL,,
                        F. E. TUTZAUER,,,
               OFFSHORE;SYSTEM DESIGN
                        M. H. YUEN,R. L. KNIGHT,,
               ON SITE GENERATION;COGENERATION;GENERATION;P
                        P. K. MILLER,R. D. STRATTON,,
                        R. BROZEK,J. BONNER,,
               LARGE MOTORS;MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR
                        A. F. DePAUL,,,
               MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR
                        P. J. TSIVITSE,,,
               MOTORS;MOTOR NOISE;NOISE
                        J. IRELAND,,,
               MOTORS;T FRAME MOTORS
                        R. L. NAILEN,,,
               MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION
                        D. K.
               HEAT TRACINGWHALLEY,,,
                        T. W. HAYMES,G. NUSS,,
               SHORT CIRCUIT CALCULATIONS;FAULT CALCULATIONS
                        R. H. McFADDEN,,,
               COMPUTERS;SYSTEM ANALYSIS
                        T. DIAGRAMS;MAINTENANCE;DESIGN
               SCHEMATIC B. SMITH,,,
                        R. N. BELL,C. J. ERICKSON,,
               SYSTEM ANALYSIS;STABILITY;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
                        V. WOUK,,,
                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
               CONTROLJ. C. HOLLAND,,,
                        C. KNESEK,,,
               SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS;PRODUCTION
                        R. J. ECKERFIELD,,,
               DRILLING;AUTOMATION
                        J. R. STOLTZ,,,
               COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;INSTRUMENTATION
                        H. A. SOMMERS,,,
               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                        M. G. HUBBARD,,,
               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                        A. CONTROL;DC
               CORROSIONL. VERHIEL,,, POWER TRANSMISSION;BUR
                        A. CONTROL;BURIED PIPELINES;AC TRANSM
               CORROSIONW. PEABODY,A. L. VERHIEL,,
                        R. K. OWEN,,,
               CONTRACTS;UTILITY;POWER RATES


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                                                 W. H. OSBORNE,,,
                                        COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                 P. B. ROBINSON,,,
                                        COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;SPECI
                                                 F. HORTON,,,
                                        COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                 J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,,,
                                        GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;GROUND FAULTS;S
                                                 H. A. NORBERG,,,
                                        POWER FUSES;CURRENT-LIMITING FUSES;HIGH VOLTA
                                                 D. R. KURTZ,J. H. SIMPSON,,
                                        VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERS;MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITC
          MANUFACTURER
L. A. DAVIS                                      W. E. CIRCUIT BREAKERS;SOLID STATE TRIP
                                        LOW VOLTAGE LAUBACH,J. W. WALDRON,L. A. DAVIS,
                                                 E. RABEK,,,
                                        MOTORS;GENERATORS;MOTOR VIBRATION;VIBRATION
                                                 R. BROZEK,,,
                                        MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR VIBRATION;VIBR
                                                 R. TOTH,R. L. OBLICH,,
                                        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;WINDING INSULATION;MOTO
                                                 E. A. GOODMAN,,,
                                        TRANSFORMERS;TRANSFORMER INSULATION;WINDING
                                                 R. S. CABLE;CABLE INSULATION;MEDIUM VO
                                        CABLE;POWERSINATRA,,,
                                                 C. M. SUTTERFIELD,,,
                                        EDUCATION;TRAINING
                                                 J. R. LINDERS,,,
                                        MOTOR CHARACTERISTICS;MOTORS;POWER SUPPLY V
                                                 F. R. STEVENSON,,,
                                        CABLE;ALUMINUM WIRE;ALUMINUM CABLE
                                                 H. GIBSON,,,
                                        CABLE;CABLE TERMINATIONS;ALUMINUM TERMINATION
                                                 L. C. McGEE,D. H. McINTOSH,,
                                        COGENERATION;ON-SITE GENERATION;PURCHASED P
                                                 E. B. THERKELSEN,,,
                                        PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER;CONTROL SYSTEM
                                                 F. DIAGRAMS;DESIGN
                                        CAD;WIRINGT. DAWSON,,,
                                                 R. L. JOHNSON,J. B. COX,,
                                        COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION
                                                 J. A. BODINE,,,
                                        AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                        CONTROL,,,SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;PROGRAMMABLE CO
                                                 R. V. SCOTT,,,
                                        INSTRUMENTATION;POLLUTION CONTROL;CONTROL S
                                                 R. F. WOLL,,,
                                        MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS
                                                 E. L. HATHAWAY,,,
                                        PIPELINE;HYDRAULIC PROTECTION
                                                 W. A. HARDISTER,,,
                                        MOTOR CONTROL;HIGH VOLTAGE MOTOR STARTERS;M
                                                 B. W. OVEREYNDER,,,
                                        COMMUNICATIONS
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;SPECIFICATIONS
                                        CONTROLW. R. NICKOLLS,,,
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;PROGRAMMABLE CO
                                        CONTROLL. LAYCOCK,,,
                                                 L. M. KENNEDY,,,
                                        LIGHTNING;LIGHTNING PROTECTION;SURGE PROTECT
                                                 J. E. LEAVINES,,,
                                        HEAT TRACING;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS L
                                                 M. H. YUEN,R. POWER;STANDBY POWER
                                        UPS;UNINTERRUPTIBLE L. KNIGHT,,
          MANUFACTURER
F. A. LEINBERGER                                 S. P. AXE,W. R. MORTON,F. A. LEINBERGER,
                                        LARGE MOTORS;MOTORS;CAPTIVE TRANSFORMERS
                                                 T. L. SCOTT,,,
                                        PRODUCTION;830 VOLT DISTRIBUTION
                                                 H. W. GILL,,,
                                        ARCTIC;FACILITY DESIGN;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                                 H. J. SCHULTE,,,
                                        GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES;CODES;REGULATIONS;SAF
                                                 R. BROZEK,,,
                                        MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;NOISE;NOISE CONTROL
                                                 P. INBAU,,,
                                        MAINTENANCE;TRAINING
                                                 G. WALSH,,,
                                        LIGHTNING PROTECTION;SURGE PROTECTION;GROUN
                                                 C. A. MALONEY,,,
                                        TESTING;MAINTENANCE;CABLES;CABLE FAULTS
                                                 R. J. FRITZ,,,
                                        CABLE;TESTING;INSPECTION;CABLE TESTING;HIGH PO
                                                 R. O. D. WHITT,,,
                                        MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;SHORT CIRCUIT PROTE
          U
T. B. SMITH SER                                  K. W. CARRICK,R. E. LONG,T. B. SMITH,
                                        MOTOR STARTERS;VOLTAGE DIPS;DC COILS
                                                 N. G. MOTORS;MOTOR STARTERS;VACUUM C
                                        HIGH VOLTAGEJENEWEIN,,,
                                                 L. E. EVANS,,,
                                        SAFETY;GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES;CODES;REGULAT
                                                 L. V. LEGG,D. C. JORDAN,,
                                        PRODUCTION;SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS;SUBMERSIBLE MO
                                                 C. L. BOWMAN,P. H. HENRICHS,,
                                        POWER FACTOR;CAPACITORS;POWER FACTOR CORRE
                                                 M. J. DELISLE,,,
                                        COMMUNICATIONS;PRODUCTION
                                                 G. E. WESTERMAN,,,
                                        LIGHTNING PROTECTION;SURGE PROTECTION;TRANSI
                                                 M. E.
                                        END DEVICES HILL,,,
                                                  SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;PROGRAMMABLE CO
                                        CONTROLW. R. LANGENBAHN,,,
                                                 R. L. NAILEN,,,
                                        MOTORS;MOTOR ACCELERATION;ROTORS


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                         SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
               VARIABLEH. D. SLIEF,,,
                        H. W. WEISS,,,
               ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                        J. R. ZAHN,,,
               PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;COMPUTERS;CONTR
                        E. B. TURNER,,,
               COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;
                        J. W. LANE,,,
               COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPRESSOR CONT
                        E. F. MERRILL,G. H. ST. ONGE,,
               MOTORS;STANDARDS;INDUCTION MOTORS
                        H. J. NOBLE,J. M. NORMAN,,
               ALUMINUM;ALUMINUM WIRING;ALUMINUM TERMINATIO
                        R. LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;FLAM
               HAZARDOUSD. CHAMLEE,S. G. WOINSKY,,
                        P. CONTROL;PLASTIC COATINGS
               CORROSIONR. DONNELLY,M. C. DEODATI, JR,,
                        W. S. FARREL,,,
               LIGHTING;LUMINAIRES;HID LIGHTING
                        A. N. SANDLER,S. VARTANIAN,,
               CABLE INSTALLATION;CABLES;CABLE PULLING
                        M. H. YUEN,,,
               SHORT CIRCUITS;SHORT CIRCUIT CALCULATIONS;FAU
                        W. R. MORTON,T. C. AGAIN,,
               MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;NOISE;NOISE CONTROL
                        M. D. MICHALICK,,,
               MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;IN-LINE PUMPS
                        C. W. LINDROSE, JR,,,
               BATTERIES;LEAD-ACID BATTERIES;DC CONTROL POWE
                        G. B. JAMISON,R. B. ADAMS,,
               CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;TEM
                        C. WARREN,K. FAULKNER,,
               TESTING;INSPECTION;THERMAL IMAGING;INFRARED SU
                        R. A. NELSON,J. M. CABLE
               MC CABLE;CABLE;ARMORED DALY,,
                        R. M. JACKSON,,,
               PRECIPITATORS;FLUE GAS;ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITA
                        C. JACKSON,,,
               MOTOR VIBRATION;VIBRATION;VIBRATION ANALYSIS;M
                         SYSTEMS
               CONTROLE. P. WHEELER,,,
                         SYSTEMS;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;
               CONTROLR. B. HERBERT,,,
                        T. B. PROTHRO,,,
               RECTIFIERS;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                         DIP;SYSTEM DESIGN;SYSTEM ANALYSIS
               VOLTAGE T. B. SMITH,R. E. LONG,,
                        J. W. FRASURE,C. A. PECORARO,,
               CABLES;UNDERGROUND CABLE;UNDERGROUND DUCT
                        G. CONTROL;EQUIPMENT
               CORROSIONGOEPFERT,D. J. SMITH,,PROTECTION
                        J. RUSSELL,,,
               INSTRUMENTATION;GAS ANALYSIS;METERING;REMOTE
                        C. C. THOMPSON,,,
               CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;ARE
                        W. A. SHORT,,,
               LIGHTING;LIGHTING DESIGN
                        R. F. WOLL,,,
               MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;UNBALANCED VOLTAGE
                        W. E. STEMEN,C. J. DOMIANO,,
               COMMUNICATIONS;CODES;REGULATIONS;GOVERNMEN
                        A. E. WHITESIDE,,,
               INSTRUMENTATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                        W. H. OSBORNE,,,
               COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;PROCESS CONTROL
                        W. L. HUSKEY,,,
               COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;PROCESS CONTROL
                        H. A. CHERRY,,,
               UTILITY;CONTRACTS;UTILITY CONTRACTS
                        L. U. EIDSON,,,
               SUBSTATIONS;SYSTEM DESIGN
                        R. L. NAILEN,,,
               MOTORS;TEWAC MOTORS
                        R. C. SCOTT,,,
               RELIABILITY;SYSTEM DESIGN;RELIABILITY ANALYSIS
                        R. EIS,,,
               MOTORS;MOTOR VIBRATION;VIBRATION
                        W. H. LEVERS,,,
               ENERGY CONSERVATION;EFFICIENCY;ENERGY
                        K. L. HANSON,F. D. SMITH,,
               MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;ROTOR PROTECTION;T
                        J. LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;EXP
               CLASSIFIED J. MARES,D. D. TEMPLEMAN,,
                        W. SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
               ADJUSTABLER. MORTON,,,
                        M. R. SMITH,,,
               FUSES;SHORT CIRCUIT PROTECTION;OVERCURRENT P
                        D. EQUIPMENT;EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS;PRO
               ELECTRICALC. AZBILL,,,
                        LOADS;BACK-UP POWER SUPPLY;EMERGENC
               CRITICAL R. M. JACKSON,R. D. QUARESMA,,
                        C. R. ST. PIERRE,H. E. SANDER,,
               SYSTEM VOLTAGE;SYSTEM DESIGN;VOLTAGE
                        D. V. DIKINIS,M. H. YUEN,,
               MOTORS;MOTOR WINDING HEATERS;MOTOR HEATERS
                        E. E. McILVEEN,,,
               CABLE;CABLE SYSTEMS;FIRE RETARDANT CABLE
                        S. P. AXE,,,
               CODES;REGULATIONS;GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES
                        H. J. CAHILL,C. J. ERICKSON,,
               HEAT TRACING
                        D. YAUCH,,,
               ELECTROCHEMICAL;DC BUS;LEAKAGE CURRENTS;HIGH


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                                             ,,,
                                    MOTORS;MOTOR TEMPERATURE;SURFACE TEMPERAT
                                             J MORROW,,,
                                    SUBSTATIONS;PACKAGED SUBSTATIONS;CONTROL HO
                                             A. G. FORSTER,,,
                                    CELL LINES;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                             J. D. RUSSELL, JR,A. A. REGOTTI,,
                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR
                                             UNITS;MOTOR
                                    PUMPING J. R. STOLTZ,,, LOADS;LOAD MONITORING
                                             ,,,
                                    PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;COMPUTERS;CONTR
                                             J. F. WALKER,T. D. ESTES,,
                                    COMMUNICATIONS;OFFSHORE PRODUCTION;NORTH S
                                             W. RELAYING;RELAY COORDINATION;UTILITY
                                    PROTECTIVEE. SHULA,,,
                                             G. R. TAYLOR,,,
                                    MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;SHORT CIRCUIT PROTE
                                             ,,,
                                    SYSTEM ANALYSIS;LOAD FLOW;COMPUTERS
                                             A. L. VERHIEL,,,
                                    SUBSTATIONS;PUMP STATIONS;COMPRESSOR STATIO
                                             J. W. ALLEE,J. MOSELEY,,
                                    TANKERS;OFFSHORE;TANKER TERMINALS
                                             F. FARMER,G. MOELLENKAMP,,
                                    COMPRESSOR STATIONS;COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYST
                                             R. E. GRAY,,,
                                    PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;PUMP CONTROL;CON
                                             W. B. BROWN,,,
                                    MOTOR PROTECTION;MOTORS;GENERATORS
                                             R. H. McFADDEN,,,
                                    MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;POWER INTERRUPTIONS;PO
                                             S. SWITCHGEAR;VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKER
                                    METALCLAD TELANDER,,,
        CONSULTANT
R. PORCARO                                   T. J. ROE,R. G. BAGGS,R. PORCARO,
                                    COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION;
                                             T. HAMMACK,,,
                                    HEAT TRACING;SELF-LIMITING HEATERS
                                             B. W. WHITTINGTON,,,
                                    CODES;GOVERNMENT AGENCIES;REGULATORY AGENC
                                             S. STOLLER,,,
                                    COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION
                                             G. W. STAATS,,,
                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR
                                             K. L. PAAPE,,,
                                    MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;SHORT CIRCUIT PROTE
                                             J. L. CRAGGS,,,
                                    MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;ALUMIN
                                             R. L. SANDSTEDT,R. B. WEST,,
                                    CABLE;ALUMINUM WIRE
                                              CIRCUITS
                                    CONTROLF. N. BURT,,,
                                             R. D. CHAMLEE,G. W. SWANSON,,
                                    CABLE TRAY; CABLE INSTALLATION
                                    LIGHTINGR. VANDERCOOK,R. McDANIEL,,
                                             R. KEITH,,,
                                    ALUMINUM;ALUMINUM MOTORS;ALUMINUM WIRE
                                    MINING D. E. HAMILTON,,,
                                             G. H. ST. ONGE,,,
                                    MAINTENANCE;STANDARDS
                                             J. T. WOODS,,,
                                    RELIABILITY;UTILITY;SYSTEM RELIABILITY
                                             J. D. RUSSELL, JR.,,,
                                    GENERATION;INDUCTION GENERATORS;COGENERATIO
                                             J. T. SYSTEMS;POWER SUPPLYS
                                    UPS;CONTROLMITCHELL,,,
                                             T. E. GATES,,,
                                    UTILITY;UTILITY RATES
                                             R. O. OHLSON,,,
                                    CIRCUIT BREAKERS;MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS
                                             D. F. MILLER,,,
                                    CAPACITORS;MEDIUM VOLTAGE SYSTEMS;POWER FAC
                                             W. R. SCRIMES,,,
                                    MOTORS;PUMPING UNIT MOTORS;PRODUCTION
                                             K. VonANGREN,,,
                                    HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;MATERIALS;RESTRICTED BRE
                                             P. ZILKO,,,
                                    PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                             S. SCARBOROUGH,,,
                                    PRODUCTION;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                             RIGS;PRODUCTION
                                    DRILLING F. A. WOODBURY,P. J. THOMAS,,
                                             C. H. HUGHES,,,
                                    OFFSHORE PRODUCTION;COMPUTERS
                                              ROOM DESIGN;SAFETY;ERGONOMICS
                                    CONTROLW. H. OSBORNE,,,
                                             J. E. NELSON,,,
                                    PIPELINE CONTROL;COMPUTER CONTROL;CONTROL S
                                             R. D. PHILLIPS,C. W. CRIDER,,
                                    COMPUTERS;LEAK DETECTION;METERING
                                             M. C. WHITENER,,,
                                    COMPUTERS;METERING
                                             B. BURPEE,N. B. CARSON,,
                                    HEAT TRACING;SKIN EFFECT
                                             W. EDRINGTON,,,
                                    MOTORS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;PUMP CONTROL
                                              SPEED DRIVE;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE;EF
                                    VARIABLEJ. GUYESKA,,,
                                             L. F. CAVENDISH,R. A. ZIELKE,,
                                    ELECTROCHEMICAL;RECTIFIERS
                                             S. W. BUS;DC BUS;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                    HIGH CURRENTHAGEMOEN,,,


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                                                       W. CURRENT BUS;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                              DC BUS;HIGHD. WHINNERY, JR.,,,
                                                       K. VonANGREN,,,
                                              EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENT;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;P
          MANUFACTURER
D. L. RIMMEL                                           R. L. NAILEN,L. B. McCLUNG,D. L. RIMMEL,
                                              MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;CONNECTORS;SEPARABLE C
                                                       R. L. NAILEN,,,
                                              MOTORS;STANDARDS;METRIC MOTORS
                                                       J. E. WALDRON,,,
                                              PROTECTIVE RELAYS;SOLID STATE RELAYS;
                                                       T. R. SHAW,,,
                                              OFFSHORE PLATFORMS;PRODUCTION;NORTH SEA
                                                       J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,,,
                                              GROUNDING;HIGH RESISTANCE GROUNDING;SYSTEM
                                                       A. H. BONNETT,,,
                                              MOTORS;MOTOR FAILURES;MOTOR WINDINGS;WINDIN
                                                       G. A. GHIRARDI,R. W. MILLS,,
                                              MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR ENCLOSURES
                                                       A. G. HOFFMANN,,,
                                              ENERGY;EFFICIENCY;ENERGY MANAGEMENT
                                                       H. C. BICKNELL,W. R. MORTON,,
                                              STANDARDS;CODES;MOTORS;MOTOR CONTROLLERS;S
                                                       A. L. RICHARD,,,
                                              GROUND FAULT PROTECTION;GROUNDING;SOLIDLY G
                                                       E. C. MAGISON,,,
                                              INSTRINSICALLY SAFE SYSTEMS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIO
                                                       T. C. JOHNSON,W. R. MORTON,,
                                              MOTORS;MOTOR DESIGN;ALUMINUM MOTORS
                                                       W. A. VOLTAGE
                                              CABLE;MEDIUMBEASLEY,,,CABLE;CABLE INSTALLATION
                                                       R. B. CARPENTER, JR.,,,
                                              LIGHTNING;LIGHTNING PROTECTION
                                                       J. W. FRASURE,,,
                                              EFFICIENCY;ENERGY;EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS;EN
                                                       H. N. HICKOK,,,
                                              EFFICIENCY;ENERGY;ENERGY LOSSES
                                                       D. M. DALLAL,,,
                                              TRAINING;PLANT DESIGN;TRAINING ENGINEERS
                                                       C. J. KALUPA,,,
                                              CABLE;CABLE TRAY;CABLE TRAY DESIGN
                                                       L. D. WRIGHT,,,
                                              TESTING;MOTOR CONTROLLERS;EXPLOSIONPROOF EQ
                                                       J. C. MOORE,,,
                                              MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;COMPRESSOR MOTORS
                                                       J. W. MOTORS;IN-LINE PUMPS
                                              MOTORS;PUMPRINARD,,,
                                                       V. R. BINNS,R. B. COLE,,
                                              MOTORS;ARCTIC DUTY MOTORS;ARCTIC EQUIPMENT
                                                       R. W. WOLL,,,
                                              MOTORS;PUMPING UNIT MOTORS;PRODUCTION
                                                       W. A. FUELS
                                              UTILITY;UTILITYKRALIK,,,
                                                        SYSTEMS;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;
                                              CONTROLJ. A. ADKISON,,,
                                                       C. A. LISTER,,,
                                              MOTOR CONTROLLERS;MEDIUM VOLTAGE MOTORS;ST
W. MUMA USER            E. B. PIPELINE
                                  USER        MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR TESTS;MOTOR B. TU
                                                       H. SUMITANI,K. KUSUMOTO,W. MUMA,E. LOAD
                 CONTINENTAL TURNER CO CONTINENTAL PIPELINE CO
                                                       H. B. PAYNE, JR.,,,
                                              MOTOR PROTECTION;MOTOR OPERATED VALVES;MOT
                                                       I. D. VALENTINE,A. A. REGOTTI,,
                                              MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING
                                                       L. H. BERGSTROEM,K. ERIKSSON,,
                                              OFFSHORE PRODUCTION;DC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
                                                       B.
                                              CAD;DESIGNE. EWERS,,,
                                                       A. S. BROWN,K. B. WADHWA,,
                                              BONDING;DOCKS;TANKERS;SAFETY;WHARVES;TRANSP
                                                       A. H. MOORE,,,
                                              ELECTROCHEMICAL;RECTIFIERS;CAPACITORS
                                                       S. W. HAGEMOEN,,,
                                              ELECTROCHEMICAL;DC BUS SYSTEMS
                                                       J. H. GALLOWAY,,,
                                              ELECTROCHEMICAL;RECTIFIERS;POWER FACTOR
                                                       F. W. KUSSY,,,
                                              MOTOR CONTROLLERS;MOTORS;MOTOR CONTROL
                                                       D. R. RIGGENBACH,,,
                                              MOTORS;MOTOR LUBRICATION;LUBRICATION
                                                       G. L. FUNK,D. E. SMITH,,
                                              ECONOMICS;COMPUTER CONTROL;CONTROL SYSTEM
                                                       A. H. BONNETT,,,
                                              INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTORS;MOTOR FAILURES;WIND
                                                       H. M. DERATING;AMPACITY;CABLE AMPACITY
                                              CABLES;CABLEKNUTSON, JR,B. B. MILES,,
                                                       V. E. MANNI,,,
                                              MOTORS;MOTOR INSULATION;MOTOR GROUNDS;RELIA
                                                       C. J. ERICKSON,W.
                                              MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS; G. MORRISON,,
                                                       J. HALFERTY,,,
                                              CIRCUIT BREAKERS;MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS
                                                       D. H. PRICHETT,,,
                                              MOTORS;VERTICAL MOTORS;MOTOR BEARINGS;THRUS
                                                       G. R. HORCHER,,,
                                              PROTECTIVE RELAYS;RELAY COORDINATION;COORDIN
                                                       R. M. JACKSON,,,
                                              INSPECTION;TESTING;INSTALLATION
                                                       W. H. SHORT,,,
                                              SAFETY;OSHA;ELECTRICAL SAFETY
                                                       R. B. ELECTRICAL CODE;CODE CHANGES
                                              NEC;NATIONALADAMS,G. B. JAMISON,,
                                                       J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,,,
                                              GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;GROUND FAULT PR
                                                       W. B. WILSON,,,
                                              ENERGY SAVINGS;TURBINES;COGENERATION;GENERA


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                                                         R. G. BARTHELD,,,
                                                MOTORS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATI
                                                         T. ORBECK,W. PAGE,,
                                                SILICONE;INSULATING LIQUID;TRANSFORMERS;
                                                         P. G. CUMMINGS,,,
                                                MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;COMPRESSORS;RECIPR
                                                         F. L. BANTA,,,
                                                CABLES;CABLE TRAYS;FIRE PROTECTION
                                                         J. H. CATES, JR,,,
                                                MOTOR CONTROL;MCC'S;
                                                         M. W. ROSS,D. J. GLENN,,
                                                MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR;FUSED INTERRUPTER
                                                         T. J. BEEBE,J. D. LORD,,
                                                MOTORS;COATING SYSTEMS;CHEMICAL PLANTS
                                                         A. H. BONNETT,D. L. RIMMEL,,
                                                MOTORS;MOTOR STATORS;VACUUM IMPREGNATED MO
          MANUFACTURER INC E. ZOCHOLL
C. L. DOWNS      GOULD, S.              GOULD, MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYS;SOLID STA
                                 MANUFACTURER INC        D. CHAPPIE,J. E. WALDRON,C. L. DOWNS,S. E
                                                         R. L. HOULTON,,,
                                                MOTORS;ENERGY MANAGEMENT;EFFICIENCY;MOTOR
                                                         M. L. BORCHELT,T. V. SHOCKLEY,,
                                                UTILITY;SYSTEM PLANNING;UTILITY POWER
                                                         C. G. BILLER,,,
                                                MOTORS;EFFICIENCY;HIGH EFFICIENCY MOTORS;SEVE
                                                         H. LEWIS,F. WOODBURY,,
                                                LARGE MOTORS;MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING;LIMITED C
                                                         J. STOUT,,,
                                                MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING;CAPACITO
                                                         R. R. BEER,R. A. NELSON,,
                                                CABLES;POWER CABLES;SHIELDED CABLES;
                                                         E. B. TURNER,,,
                                                PIPELINES;MICROPROCESSORS;COMPUTERS
                                                         W. L. DETECTION
                                                PIPELINE;LEAK POWELL,,,
                                                         W. H. NICHOLS,,,
                                                SHORT-CIRCUIT DUTY;COORDINATION;ECONOMICS;PR
                                                         D. L. PEMBERTON,,,
                                                ELECTROCHEMICAL;ECONOMICS;LARGE BUS SYSTEMS
                                                         R. M. HRUDA,,,
                                                ELECTROCHEMICAL;ELECTROLYTIC CELLS;VACUUM SW
                                                          LIMITING FUSES;FUSES;SEMICONDUCTOR F
                                                CURRENTT. M. CRNKO,,,
                                                         J. B. KAUFMAN,,,
                                                UNDERGROUND CABLES;REFINERIES;CHEMICAL PLAN
                                                         P. A. TUREK,B. D. PLANT;GENERATION
                                                COGENERATION;CHEMICALHELTON,,
                                                         P. S. EVJEN,,,
                                                GENERATION;ISOLATED SYSTEMS
                                                         L. RUFFINI,,,
                                                HEAT SHRINK;CABLE ACCESSORIES;CABLE
                                                         T. B. SMITH,,,
                                                AREA CLASSIFICATION;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASS
          MANUFACTURER
E. C. LaBRUSH                                            H. M. CARBONE,J. D. EDICK,E.
                                                MOTORS;CRITICAL SPEED;VIBRATION C. LaBRUSH,
                                                         A. H. BONNETT,,,
                                                WINDING FAILURES;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTORS;MOT
                                                         R. M. JACKSON,,,
                                                COGENERATION;GENERATION;UTILITY POWER;ON-SIT
                                                         R. DANIELS,,,
                                                UTILITY;UTILITY RATES;POWER COSTS
                                                         D. B. CARSON,J. J. MARES,,
                                                MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS;MCC'S;480 VOLT SUBSTAT
                                                         M. J. BAKER,,,
                                                VACUUM CONTACTORS;HIGH VOLTAGE MOTOR START
                                                         R. MASSA,,,
                                                INSPECTION;TESTING;PROTECTIVE RELAYS
                                                         M. H. YUEN,W. A. FENNER,,
                                                CHEMICAL PLANT;RELIABILITY;SYSTEM DESIGN;UPGRA
                                                CHANGE C. R. OLSON,,,
                                                         J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,R. H. KERR,,
                                                INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTORS;MODELING;SINGLE-PHA
                                                         H. E. ALBRIGHT,,,
                                                SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;MOTORS;HIGH SPEED MOTO
                                                         V. J. MAGGIOLI,,,
                                                PLC'S;PROCESS CONTROL;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROL
                                                         W. G. STIFFLER,F. COOK,,
                                                LARGE MOTORS;MOTORS;SEALED INSULATION SYSTE
                                                         J. NEVELSTEEN,,,
                                                LARGE MOTORS;VIBRATION;MOTORS
                                                         Z. BRANDENSTEIN,,,
                                                MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;MOTOR BURNOUT
                                                         J. A. TUBBESING,A. L. RICHARD,,
                                                MOTOR PROTECTION;LOW VOLTAGE MOTORS;MEDIUM
                                                         R. F. WOLL,,,
                                                CAPACITORS;POWER FACTOR CORRECTION;INDUCTIO
                                                         I. W. HYND,,,
                                                PUMP OFF CONTROL;PRODUCTION;PUMP CONTROL;PU
                                                          SPEED DRIVES;PRODUCTION;WELL PUMPING
                                                VARIABLED. N. ALCOCK,,,
                                                         J. E. VANDEVIER,L. PUMPS;PRODUCTION;SU
                                                GENERATORS;SUBMERSIBLEE. HOCUTT,,
                                                         M. K. WALKER,,,
                                                UTILITY;FLICKER;VOLTAGE FLICKER
                                                         H. E. BARR,,,
                                                PIPELINES;MOTOR STARTING;MOTORS
                                                         J. MOTORS;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES;FLOW
                                                MOTORS;ACS. PAPEZ,,,
                                                         P. A. BOLLINGER,,,
                                                NEMA 7;EXPLOSION-PROOF;ENCLOSURES
                                                         L. D. WRIGHT,,,
                                                TESTING;COMBINATION STARTERS;MOTOR CONTROLL
                                                         A. L. VERHIEL,,,
                                                LIGHTNING;CATHODIC PROTECTION;PIPELINES


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          USER
C. J. PLAVONICH           G. J. MICHAELS
                  ULRICH COPPER, INCUSER            HIGH CURRENT BOLTED JOINTS;HIGH CURRENT;BOLTE
                                                             A.
                                            ULRICH COPPER, INC G. FORSTER,A. G. CRAIG, JR,C. J. PLAVONI
                                                             A. H. MOORE,,,
                                                    ELECTROCHEMICAL;RECTIFIERS;PARALLEL RECTIFIER
                                                             C. MULERTT,J. M. DU PAN,,
                                                    ELECTROCHEMICAL;RECTIFIERS;FUSES;HIGH CURREN
                                                             R. J. BUSCHART,,,
                                                    MOTORS;EFFICIENCY
         MANUFACTURER
W. J. MARTINY                                                W. D. BOWERS,P. G. CUMMINGS,W. J. MARTIN
                                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;TESTING;EFFICIENCY
                                                             H. E. JORDAN,A. L. GATTOZZI,,
                                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;TESTING;EFFICIENCY
                                                             A. R. GILMOUR,,,
                                                    MOTORS;EFFICIENCY;TESTING
                                                             A. H. BONNETT,,,
                                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR EFFICIENCY;EFF
                                                             R. L. NAILEN,,,
                                                    MOTOR PROTECTION;TRANSIENTS;SURGE PROTECTIO
                                                             E. H. HARRISON,,,
                                                    MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;BRUSHLESS SYNCH
                                                             J. E. OWENS,B. E. SCHORN,,
                                                    IGNITION SOURCES;FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS;HAZARDOUS
                                                             R. P. STRATFORD,,,
                                                    POWER SYSTEMS;HARMONICS
                                                             T. E. GATES,,,
                                                    HARMONICS;POWER SYSTEMS;THYRISTOR DRIVES;HA
                                                             P. R. WEIHSMANN,W.
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR LUBRICATIONL. SUBLER,,
                                                             C. J. ERICKSON,,,
                                                    HEAT TRACING
                                                             H. N. HICKOK,,,
                                                    POWER SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DESIGN;SYSTEM EXPANSIO
                                                             D. FITZPATRICK,,,
                                                    TRANSIENTS;POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS;GROUND FAU
                                                             G. W. BOTTRELL,L. Y. YU,,
                                                    TRANSIENTS;POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS;MOTORS;TRA
                                                             J. P. KOVACS,,,
                                                    POWER TRANSFORMERS;TRANSFORMERS;ECONOMIC
                                                             W. P. KRAEMER,,,
                                                    TESTING;INSPECTION;PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTR
                                                             M. H. YUEN,W. A. FENNER,,
                                                    UPS;EMERGENCY POWER SYSTEMS;STANDBY POWER
          MANUFACTURER
M. L. SINGER                                                 H. C. INSULATION;TREEING;INSULATION TRE
                                                    CABLES;CABLEDOEPKEN, JR,A. L. McKEAN,M. L. SINGER
                                                             R. E. SIECK,P. F. SCHWEIZER,,
                                                    ENERGY COSTS;ECONOMICS;SYSTEM DESIGN;EFFICIE
                                                             L. B. McCLUNG,C. R. RELAYING;POWER SYST
                                                    SYSTEM DESIGN;PROTECTIVEPORCARO,,
                                                             L. W.
                                                    HEAT TRACING MYERS,,,
                                                             L. W. PIERCE,R. TRANSFORMERS;VAPORTRA
                                                    TRANSFORMERS;POWER E. GEARHART,,
                                                             F. H. WALKER,R. W. CROOK, III,,
                                                    PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS;PROGRAMMAB
                                                    LIGHTINGM. C. UNGLERT,W. A. SHORT,,
                                                             J. A. CIRCUIT
                                                    MOLDED CASEWAFER,,, BREAKERS;CIRCUIT BREAKERS
                                                              SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                    VARIABLER. G. LAWRENCE,,,
R. BEER MANUFACTURER                                         M. O. DURHAM,L. BOYER,R. PUMPS;SUBMERS
                                                    TESTING;INSPECTION;SUBMERSIBLE BEER,
                                                             P. J. COLLERAN,W. E. ROGERS,,
                                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;SOLID STATE MOTOR ST
                                                             A. L. RICHARD, JR,,,
                                                    FUSES;CIRCUIT BREAKERS;NEC;NATIONAL ELECTRICA
                                                             R. B. CARPENTER, JR,,,
                                                    SURGE PROTECTION;LIGHTNING PROTECTION; LIGHTN
                                                             R. N. LaBERGE,C. W. CRIDER,,
                                                    METERING;COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMAT
                                                             E. C. LaBRUSH,,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR VIBRATION;VIBRATION;TWO POLE MO
                                                             R. E. SIECK,C. L. SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SP
                                                    ECONOMICS;ADJUSTABLE BECNEL,,
                                                             E. B. TURNER,H. M. WILLEY,,
                                                    MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING;MOTOR
                                                             D. C. RENNISON,,,
                                                    NOISE;NOISE CONTROL
                                                             E. L. OWEN,,,
                                                    MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;TORSIONAL COORD
                                                             M. R. CELLS;SHORTING SWITCHES;LIQUID M
                                                    ELECTROLYTICKOWALCZYK,D. C. SINCLAIR,,
                                                             J. J. KELLY,,,
                                                    MAINTENANCE;TESTING;INSPECTION;TRANSFORMER F
                                                             R. M. HRUDA,J. R. HARBAUGH,,
                                                    FAULT CALCULATIONS;ELECTROCHEMICAL;CHLOR-ALK
                                                             P. J. SCHRAM,,,
                                                    TESTING;SAFETY;STANDARDS;EXPLOSION-PROOF EQU
                                                             K. L. PAAPE, SR,M. J. MANTHE,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;OVERLOAD PROTECTIO
                                                             V. J. MAGGIOLI,,,
                                                    COMPUTERS;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;CONTR
                                                              SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE
                                                    VARIABLED. A. JARC,J. D. ROBECHEK,, SPEED DRIVES
          CONSULTANT
F. D. ZOLDAK             LIGHT & POWER
                                  USER
                 CENTRAL J. W. MOORE                LIGHT & POWER
                                                             R. E. McMILLAN,F. URICH,F. D. ZOLDAK,J. W. M
                                            CENTRAL COGENERATION;GENERATION;UTILITY;IN-PLANT GENE
                                                             J. C. GENTRY,G. J. SNYDER,,
                                                    ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                             A. FRANCO,R. BROZEK,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR LUBRICATION;BEARINGS;BEARING TE
                                                             J. R. KEINZ,R. L. HOULTON,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR EFFICIENCY;STANDARDS;TESTING
          MANUFACTURER
D. E. McEACHRON                                              T. R. SHAW,D. RENARD,D. E. McEACHRON,
                                                    COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;INDUCTION GE


                                           Page 57
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                                                             G. L. GIBSON,,,
                                                    CODES;STANDARDS;SAFETY;NESC
A. WU   MANUFACTURER                                         E. R. KINGSBURY,A. C. BRUHIN,A. WU,
                                                    CABLE;FLAME RETARDANT CABLE;CABLE INSULATION;
                                                             J. J. WU,,,
                                                    VIBRATION;VIBRATION ANALYSIS;DYNAMIC ANALYSIS
                                                             J. S. LETT,,,
                                                    VACUUM CONTACTORS;MOTOR STARTERS;MOTOR CO
                                                             W. J. LUKITSCH,,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR WINDINGS;MOTOR SPACE HEATERS;
                                                             J. R. HARBAUGH,J. E. HARDER,,
                                                    CAPACITORS;POWER FACTOR CORRECTION;HARMONI
           MANUFACTURER
M. D. BUCKWEITZ                                              D. A. INSULATION;EXTRUDED DIELECTRIC
                                                    CABLES;CABLESILVER,J. G. QUIN,M. D. BUCKWEITZ, CA
                                                             J. LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS LOCATION;DUST
                                                    CLASSIFIED E. OWENS,,,
                                                             A. H. BONNETT,,,
                                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;POWER FACTOR CORRE
                                                             S. V. LAURENTS,H. E. ALBRIGHT,,
                                                    CALCULATIONS;FAULT CALCULATIONS;COMPUTERS;M
                                                             R. N. OHLSON,,,
                                                    HEAT TRACING;SELF-LIMITING HEAT TRACING
           MANUFACTURER
W. G. STIFFLER                                               K. ARMINTOR,R. W. MILLS,W. G. STIFFLER,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR REPAIR;LARGE MOTORS;INDUCTION
                                                             D. N. ALCOCK,,,
                                                    SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES;ADJUS
                                                             W. D. BOLIN,,,
                                                    SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS;MAINTENANCE;TESTING;MOTOR
                                                             M. O. DURHAM,L. BOYER,,
                                                    SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS;SYSTEM ANALYSIS;POWER SYST
                                                             C. R. LOCKERD,,,
                                                    INSPECTION;DRILLING;OFFSHORE;TESTING
                                                             C. ONEY,,,
                                                    CATHODIC PROTECTION;SOLAR POWER
                                                             J. D. COSPOLICH,,,
                                                    SYSTEM DESIGN;OFFSHORE;API;STANDARDS;API RP 14
                                                             E. F. MERRILL,,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR SIZING;SERVICE FACTOR
                                                             P. O. KLUEBER,,,
                                                    POWER SYSTEMS;POWER REQUIRMENTS;SYSTEM DES
                                                             B. HUSOCK,,,
                                                    CATHODIC PROTECTION;GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIO
T. A. LIPO RESEARCH/OTHER                                    E. COORDINATION;VIBRATION;MOTORS;SYNC
                                                    TORSIONAL L. OWEN,H. D. SNIVELY,T. A. LIPO,
                                                             R. A. HILL,J.
                                                    SLURRY PIPELINES D. PITTS,,
                                                             R. E. MATHERS,J. E. HEWITT,,
                                                    METERING;AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUT
                                                             F. R. CZERNIEJEWSKI,,,
                                                    CHLORINE CELL LINES;CELL LINES;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                                             R. W. RALSTON,J. WARREN,,
                                                    ELECTROCHEMICAL;CELL LINES;AUTOMATION;CONTRO
                                                             O. H. SMITH,,,
                                                    RECTIFIERS;COMMUNICATIONS;INTERFERENCE;HARM
           USER
W. E. FRASIER                                                J. H. HOLDREGE,W. SUBLER,W. E. FRASIER,
                                                    MOTORS;VIBRATION;VIBRATION ANALYSIS;TORSIONAL
                                                             M. A. THOMPSON,,,
                                                    PCB'S;TRANSFORMERS;INSULATING LIQUIDS
                                                              SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVE;S
                                                    VARIABLED. SCHOLEY,,,
                                                             H. W. THODE,R. BROZEK,,
                                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR DESIGN;HIGH IN
           USER
J. M. VALLEJO                                                C. M. GONZALEZ,L. B. STARTERS;HIGH VOLT
                                                    VACUUM CONTACTORS;MOTORMcCLUNG,J. M. VALLEJO
                                                             T. P. PEARSON,,,
                                                    MSHA;GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES;GOVERNMENTAL RE
                                                             P. G. CUMMINGS,,,
                                                    MOTORS;STANDARDS;NEMA;IEC;MOTOR EFFICIENCY;M
                                                             J. M. DALY,R. G. FELLER,,
                                                    HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;CAB
                                                             J. J. ZACHARSKI,,,
                                                    PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;MOTOR CONTROL;MC
           CONSULTANT
D. W. HAMILTON             PARSONS CO
                                    CONSULTANT
                  RALPH M. G. W. BOTTRELL            PARSONS CO YU,I. MINCEFF,D. W. HAMILTON,G. W. BO
                                                             L. Y.
                                           RALPH M. FAULT CALCULATIONS;SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENT;SHO
                                                             H. BREEDLOVE,J. R. HARBAUGH,,
                                                    MOTOR PROTECTION;INDUCTION MOTORS;INDUCTION
                                                             M. T. WRIGHT,K. McLEAY,,
                                                    TRANSIENTS;FAST BUS TRANSFER;TRANSIENT SWITCH
                                                             C. L. BECNEL,,,
                                                    TRANSIENT STABILITY;VOLTAGE DIPS;REACCELERATIO
                                                             M. A. SENSORS;INSTRUMENTATION
                                                    TEMPERATURELUTZ,,,
           MANUFACTURER
J. R. CANCELOSI                                              L. J. CABLE;CABLE DESIGN;TC CANCELOSI,
                                                    CABLES;TRAY KELLY,A. J. DeCHIARA,J. R.CABLE
                                                             W. R. ZIMMERMAN,N. VALENTINE,,
                                                    MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;TESTING;MOTOR TESTING
                                                             J. M. GALLAGHER,L. B. McCLUNG,,
                                                    BUS DUCT;ISOLATED PHASE BUS;INSULATION SYSTEM
                                                             G. R. CARSON,,,
                                                    UTILITY;CONTRACTS;SERVICE;COGENERATION;IN-PLA
                                                             G. L. PITTILLO,,,
                                                    UTILITY;CONTRACTS;SERVICE;COGENERATION;IN-PLA
                                                             E. F. TROY,,,
                                                    UTILITY;CONTRACTS;SERVICE;COGENERATION;IN-PLA
                                                             R. W. McDONALD,,,
                                                    UTILITY;CONTRACTS;SERVICE;COGENERATION;IN-PLA
                                                             L. L. DeFANTI,,,
                                                    UTILITY;CONTRACTS;SERVICE;COGENERATION;IN-PLA
                                                             L. F. OWENS, JR,,,
                                                    UTILITY;CONTRACTS;SERVICE;COGENERATION;IN-PLA
                                                             B. H. MARU,C. H. WENNERSTROM,,
                                                    MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR EFFICIENCY;MO
                                                             K. WAKELEY,,,
                                                    MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR


                                         Page 58
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                                               DRILLING F. A. WOODBURY,,,
                                                        D. T. MOORE,,,
                                               COMPUTER ANALYSIS;SYSTEM ANALYSIS;LOAD FLOW;
                                                        W. D. DICKSON,J. E. McCLAIN,,
                                               COMPUTERS;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE S
                                                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS
                                               CONTROLJ. BOND,,,
                                                        A. J. DOLAN,,,
                                               MOTORS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASSIFIED LOCATI
                                                        B. J. SYSTEMS;OVERHEAD LINES
                                               DISTRIBUTIONCOMINGORE,,,
                                                         CURRENT;INDUCED CURRENTS;CORROSION
                                               TELLURICA. L. SMART,,,
                                                        K. R. LINSLEY,,,
                                               TRANSFORMERS;INSULATING LIQUIDS
                                                        J. C. VANELLI,T. P. LINDSEY,,
                                               METERING;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;MODELIN
          MANUFACTURER J. E. HARDER
R. D. VALENTINE                  MANUFACTURER CAPACITORS;MOTOR STARTING;CAPACITOR STARTING
                                                        W. H. NICHOLS,R. BRIED,R. D. VALENTINE,J. E
                 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC
                                                        T. F. CLARK,J. P. MACKEVICH,,
                                               MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR;CURRENT LIMITERS;F
                                                        G. J. CLARKE,L. H. KATZ,,
                                               HEAT-SHRINKABLE TERMINATIONS;CABLE TERMINATIO
          USER
R. C. SUTTER                                            M. R. KOWALCZYK,J. C. HALL,R. C. SUTTER,
                                               ELECTROCHEMICAL;SHORTING SWITCHES;CELL LINES
                                                        D. CONTROL;CATHODIC PROTECTION;GROU
                                               CORROSIONW. McINTOSH,,,
                                                        A. CONTROL;CATHODIC PROTECTION
                                               CORROSIONR. SOLEIMANY,,,
D. D. DIASCONSULTANT                                    M. H. YUEN,W. A. FENNER,D. D. DIAS,
                                               FAULT CALCULATIONS;SYSTEM DESIGN;SYSTEM ANAL
          MANUFACTURER
R. H. DAUGHERTY                                         D. P. CONNORS,D. A. JARC,R. SPEED DRIVES
                                               ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE H. DAUGHERTY
                                                        J. P. NELSON,,,
                                               POWER SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DESIGN;HIGH ALTITUDES
                                                        B. C. JOHNSON,K. CARLISLE,,
                                               HEAT TRACING;STANDARDS;CODES
                                                        L. YU,R. T. BECK,,
                                               RELIABILITY;SYSTEM ANALYSIS;POWER SYSTEMS;SYS
          MANUFACTURER K. WAKELEY LTD GEC LARGE MACHINES LTD
I. E. McSHANE                    MANUFACTURER MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR WINDINGS;MOTOR F
                 GEC LARGE MACHINES                     J. J. CAMPBELL,P. E. CLARK,I. E. McSHANE,K.
          MANUFACTURER
R. J. RISTOW                                            J. C. DUTTON,R. ZAHORKA,R. J. RISTOW,
                                               TRANSFORMERS;POWER TRANSFORMERS;CAST COIL
                                                        W. K. SIMON,G. A. WHITAKER,,
                                               MAINTENANCE;INFRARED;TESTING;INSPECTION;INFRA
                                                        R. N. DAWSON,R. O. EIS,,
                                               MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;GENERATORS;FLEXIBLE SHA
                                                        L. YU,K. N. WONG,,
                                               MOTORS;MOTOR DYNAMICS;MOTOR STARTING;TRANS
                                                        P. G. CUMMINGS,,,
                                               MOTORS;STANDARDS;LARGE MOTORS
                                                        P. W. MYERS,R. D. WILLOUGHBY,,
                                               SYSTEM STUDIES;SYSTEM ANALYSIS;RELIABILITY;SYST
                                                        E. L. OWEN,G. R. GENERATION;GENERATION;
                                               COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GRIFFITH,,
                                                        R. L. NAILEN,,,
                                               COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION;
                                                         SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                               VARIABLER. G. LAWRENCE,,,
                                                        W. R. KEITHLY,S. P. AXE,,
                                               MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR WINDINGS;MOTOR W
                                                        R. N. OHLSON,J. NEVELSTEEN,,
                                               SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER SYSTEMS
                                                        H. W. WEISS,,,
                                               SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                        J. B. KRICK,C. D. POTTS,,
                                               PROTECTIVE RELAYING;GROUND FAULT PROTECTION;
                                                        M. H. INSULATION;CABLE INSTALLATION;FIRE
                                               CABLES;CABLERAMSEY,,,
                                                        A. J. DOLAN,,,
                                               MOTORS;MOTOR INSULATION;MOTOR VENTILATION;LA
                                                        B. J. DUKE,,,
                                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;PROG
                                                        W. W. WHITE,C. R. LOCKERD,,
                                               AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;DCS S
                                                        T. R. PUMPS;MOTORS
                                               SUBMERSIBLE BRINNER,,,
                                                        R. LECHLER,W. LONG,,
                                               AUTOMATION;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;COMPU
                                                        D. Y. PROCTOR, III,H. N. HICKOK,,
                                               MOTORS;RELIABILITY
                                                        P. R. BLANCHARD,R. C. PICKETT,,
                                               DRILLING;OFFSHORE
                 SQUARE M. D.    MANUFACTURER D CO
A. LUTZ MANUFACTURER D CO PANLENER                      F. M. BRUCE, III,R. J. GRAEFE,A. LUTZ,M. D. PA
                                        SQUARE MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING;REDU
                                                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;PROGRAMMABLE CO
                                               CONTROLT. M. THOMPSON,,,
                                                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS;COMM
                                               CONTROLT. J. SAUERBREI,,,
                                                         SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS;AUTOMATION
                                               CONTROLR. D. PHILLIPS,R. N. LABERGE,,
                                                        E. F. MERRILL,R. D. VALENTINE,,
                                               MOTORS;MOTOR EFFICIENCY;LARGE MOTORS
          MANUFACTURER
H. N. HICKOK                                            R. A. GUTZWILLER,R. J. GERHART,H. DRIVES
                                               ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEEDN. HICKO
                                                        R. A. FICKLER,G. E. MURISON,,
                                               RECTIFIERS;THYRISTORS;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                                        J. J. DEMOS,D. W. YAUCH,,
                                               INSTRUMENTATION;CELL LINES
                                                        R. B. ADAMS,C. L. PITTMAN,,
                                               OSHA;GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS;GOVERNMENTA
                                                        C. J. MANNER,L. RUFFIN,,
                                               GROUND FAULT PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING;


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                                                             G. BAGGS,G. TYLES,,
                                                    SYSTEM DESIGN;SAFETY;COAL HANDLING;POWER SYS
                                                             R. R. REGAN,T. D. NICULESCU,,
                                                    COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION
                                                             A. JAIN,,,
                                                    EFFICIENCY;MOTOR EFFICENCY;MOTOR LOSSES;TRAN
                                                              SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE
                                                    VARIABLED. A. JARC,D. P. CONNORS,, SPEED DRIVES
R. H. KERRMANUFACTURER                                       P. G. CUMMINGS,J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,R. H. KE
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING
                                                             J. D. LANGHANS,A. E. COORDINATION;COORD
                                                    PROTECTIVE RELAYING;RELAY RONAT,,
                                                              SYSTEMS;INSTRUMENTATION;FIBER OPTICS
                                                    CONTROLV. J. MAGGIOLI,,,
                                                             L. B. McCLUNG,J. J. PICKERING,,
                                                    CABLES;CABLE INSULATION;CABLE JACKETS;CROSS-L
                                                             W. A. SHORT,,,
                                                    CODES;STANDARDS;NEC;GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIO
                                                              SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;PROGRAMMABLE CO
                                                    CONTROLK. M. KAPTAIN,R. H. HOLLENBECK,,
                                                             D. S. SYSTEMS;CRITICAL LOADS;COMPUTER
                                                    DCS;CONTROLSIKORA,,,
                                                             T. D. NICULESCU,R. R. REGAN,,
                                                    SYSTEM DESIGN;POWER SYSTEMS;34.5 KV SYSTEMS
                 DAVY McKEE CORP           DAVY     HIGH RESISTANCE GROUNDING;GROUND FAULT PROT
L. VEGH MANUFACTURER F. VEICHTCONSULTANT McKEE CORP G. N. WANG,W. MOFFATT,L. VEGH,F. VEICHT
                                                             B. A. BIRKETT,N. R. CAMPEY,,
                                                    FIRE LOSSES;CRITICAL CIRCUITS;FIRE PROTECTION;C
                                                             H. W. THODE,D. C. AZBILL,,
                                                    INDUCTION GENERATORS;GENERATION;COGENERATIO
                                                             D. L. SWINDLER,,,
                                                    CIRCUIT BREAKERS;MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR;V
                                                             F. SHOKOOH,H. M. KNUTSON,,
                                                    CABLE AMPACITY;CABLE DERATING
                                                             J. E. OWENS,,,
                                                    IGNITION HAZARDS;SAFETY;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;C
                                                             W. J. LUKITSCH,,,
                                                    POWER FACTOR CORRECTION;POWER FACTOR CONT
                                                             J. R. SEIVER,H. M. KNUTSON,,
                                                    SYSTEM DESIGN;PLANT DESIGN;CAD
                                                             J. BARRIERS;CABLE SEALING;CONDUIT SEAL
                                                    FIRE RATEDB. PARKER,,,
                                                             J. C. HIRZEL,,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR EFFICIENCY;MOTOR LOSSES;EFFICIE
                                                             J. J. KENNEDY,,,
                                                    SUBSTATION DESIGN;SF6;SF6 SWITCHGEAR;GIS;GAS I
                                                             GENERATION;COGENERATION;GENERATION;
                                                    IN-PLANT R. C. PICKETT,,,
                                                             E. R. SYSTEMS;SUBSTATIONS;SYSTEM DESIG
                                                    DISTRIBUTION ADAMS,J. M. PATEL,,
                                                             E. C. LaBRUSH,G. E. KASMER,,
                                                    VIBRATION;VIBRATION ANALYSIS;CRITICAL SPEEDS;DY
                                                             M. O. DURHAM,J. VANDEVIER,,
                                                    SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS;SUBMERSIBLE PUMP CABLES;ST
                                                             J. D. PUMPS;SUBMERSIBLE PUMP CABLES
                                                    SUBMERSIBLE RICHARDSON,,,
                                                             W. D. BOLIN,,,
                                                    INDUCTION GENERATORS;GENERATION;IN-PLANT GEN
                                                             R. H. DERAMMELAERE,,,
                                                    COAL SLURRY PIPELINES
                                                             N. WOODRUFF,,,
                                                    MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING;COMPUT
                                                             G. S. SANGHA,,,
                                                    MOTOR STARTING;REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTERS;LAR
                                                             H. N. HICKOK,,,
                                                    ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                             J. RIPLEY,,,
                                                    SOLAR POWER;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMMUNICATIONS
                                                             J. M. BLAKELY,,,
                                                    EFFICIENCY;POWER SYSTEMS;LOSSES;CONTROL SYST
                                                             J. HUS,,,
                                                    SHORTING SWITCHES;CELL LINES;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                                             R. M. HRUDA,,,
                                                    SHORTING SWITCHES;CELL LINES;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                                             P. G. CUMMINGS,,,
                                                    MOTORS;METRIC MOTORS;STANDARDS
                                                             J. P. NELSON,W. K. HOLM,,
                                                    CATHODIC PROTECTION;CORROSION CONTROL;GROU
                                                             F. CONTROL;CATHODIC PROTECTION
                                                    CORROSIOND. SZACHTA,,,
                                                             C. CONTROL;CATHODIC PROTECTION
                                                    CORROSIONG. SIEGFRIED,,,
                                                             W. L.
                                                    HEAT TRACING JOHNSON,M. B. KOWTKO,,
                                                             R.
                                                    OIL SHALE M. JACKSON,,,
                                                             D. C. MONTGOMERY,,,
                                                    MOTORS;MOTOR REPAIR;MOTOR REWINDS;MAINTENA
                                                             P. E. BRENIMAN,H. WESTERHOLT,,
                                                    SWITCHGEAR;SF6;VACUUM CIRCUIT BREAKERS;METAL
                                                              SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE
                                                    VARIABLED. A. JARC,R. G. SCHIEMAN,, SPEED DRIVES
          CONSULTANT
G. W. BOTTRELL            PARSONS CO
                 RALPH M. K. N. WONG       RALPH M. FAULT CALCULATIONS;SHORT CIRCUIT CALCULATIONS
                                    CONSULTANT               L. YU,R. T. BECK,G. W. BOTTRELL,K. N. WONG
                                                     PARSONS CO
                                                             R. W. CROOK,,,
                                                    INSTRUMENTATION;TRANSIENTS;SURGES;TRANSIENT
                                                             F. A. WOODBURY,,,
                                                    GENERATION;COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;
                                                             R. L. VAN HOUSEN,,,
                                                    GENERATION;COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION
                                                             W. O. MINISH,,,
                                                    SAFETY;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;SECURITY;C
                 GENERAL J. R. ELIASON
Z. PECELI CONSULTANT                MANUFACTURER PACKAGEDCO
                          ELECTRIC CO                        W. STEMMONS,B. CABLE,Z. PECELI,J. R. ELIAS
                                           GENERAL ELECTRIC CONTROL HOUSES;ECONOMICS;PLANT DE


                                          Page 60
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                                                K. JAMROGOWICZ,D. BLISS,,
                                       COMPUTERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;AUTOMATIC TRANSF
                                                W. H. LEWIS,,,
                                       GROUNDING;COMPUTERS;COMPUTER GROUNDING;SY
                                                G. L. DONNER,,,
                                       GENERATION;COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;
                                                 SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                       VARIABLEM. H. RAMSEY,,,
         USER
C. J. ROBB                                      J. D. ROZNER,P. W. MYERS,C. J. ROBB,
                                       ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                V. J. MAGGIOLI,,,
                                       INSTRUMENTATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;FIBER OPTICS
         USER
J. H. SNOW                                      J. W. INSTALLATION;CABLE DESIGN;NEC
                                       CABLES;CABLEFRASURE,D. A. VOLTZ,J. H. SNOW,
                                                J. T. DUEKER,,,
                                       CONSTRUCTION;SYSTEM DESIGN;START-UP;OPERATIO
                                                J. B. PARKER,,,
                                       CORROSION CONTROL;MATERIAL FINISHES
                                                 SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                       VARIABLEJ. D. JOHNSON,,,
                                                R. N. OHLSON,J. NEVELSTEEN,,
                                       CAD;SYSTEM DESIGN;PLANT DESIGN
                                                R. L. PUMPS;MOTOR STARTING
                                       SUBMERSIBLE HYDE,T. R. BRINNER,,
                                                R. D. VARDEMAN,,,
                                       MAINTENANCE;TESTING;INSPECTION
                                                J. P. NELSON,R. J. KRYZWOSINSKI,,
                                       NESC;CODES;STANDARDS;OVERHEAD POLE LINES;DIS
                                                M. H. YUEN,J. C. GENERATION;GENERATION;
                                       COGENERATION;IN-PLANTSOLT,,
                                                M. L. CHRISTENSEN,D. L. ZIMMERMAN,,
                                       OFFSHORE;POWER SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DESIGN
                                                W. HOAN,M. CHOW,,
                                       TRANSIENT STABILITY;SYSTEM ANALYSIS;SYSTEM STU
                                                 SYSTEMS;INSTRUMENTATION;AUTOMATION
                                       CONTROLF. C. GARRABANT,J. R. McCROSKEY,,
                                                R. D. PHILLIPS,,,
                                       METERING;INSTRUMENTATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;CO
                                                N. J. KEATING,J. SMENTEK,,
                                       PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;
                                                J. P. NELSON,,,
                                       POWER SYSTEMS;SYSTEM DESIGN;SAFETY;EMI
                                                A. L. VERHIEL,,,
                                       RETROFIT;UPGRADING;SYSTEM DESIGN;CONTROL SYS
                                                E. J. FISHER,L. B. McCLUNG,,
                                       CABLES;CABLE INSULATION
                                                S. W. HAGEMOEN,,,
                                       CELL LINES;ELECTROCHEMICAL;RECTIFIERS;CHLORIN
                                                D. E. RICE,,,
                                       ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                E. W. FEUERSTEIN,,,
                                       PCB'S;TOXIC SUBSTANCES;GOVERNMENTAL REGULAT
                                                A. CONTROL;CATHODIC PROTECTION
                                       CORROSIONL. VERHIEL,,,
                                                K. J. DRACHNIK,T. G. KLOPACK,,
                                       CATHODIC PROTECTION;IMPRESSED CURRENT;CORRO
                                                R. CONTROL;CATHODIC PROTECTION
                                       CORROSIONA. CORBETT,,,
                                                G. R. GRIFFITH,,,
                                       MOTORS;MOTOR REPAIRS;MOTOR REWINDS;QUALITY
                                                H. H. GRASSMAN,,,
                                       MOTORS;MOTOR REPAIRS;MOTOR REWINDS;QUALITY
                                                H. SCHREIBER,,,
                                       MOTORS;MOTOR REPAIRS;MOTOR REWINDS;QUALITY
                                                D. M. STUBBS,,,
                                       MOTORS;MOTOR REPAIRS;MOTOR REWINDS;QUALITY
                                                S. S. UNGER,,,
                                       MOTORS;MOTOR REPAIRS;MOTOR REWINDS;QUALITY
                                                J. E. HARDER,W. F. ARRESTERS;METAL OXID
                                       SURGE PROTECTION;SURGE HOENIGMANN,,
                                                P. S. HAMER,B. M. WOOD,,
                                       GROUND FAULTS;CABLES;CABLE SHIELDS;FAULT CURR
                                                J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,,,
                                       GROUND FAULTS;GROUNDING;ARCING GROUND FAUL
                                                N. P. PENNY,Z. PECELI,,
                                       AREA CLASSIFICATION;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASS
                                                C. J. ERICKSON,,,
                                       STANDARDS;HEAT TRACING;CODES
                                                J. K. ARMINTOR,D. P. CONNORS,,
                                       ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                P. G. CUMMINGS,,,
                                       MOTORS;HARMONICS;MOTOR LOSSES;MOTOR EFFICIE
                                                J. D. HILL,R. G. LAWRENCE,,
                                       VACUUM CONTACTORS;MOTOR STARTERS;MCC'S
                                                C. A. LISTER,,,
                                       VACUUM CONTACTORS;SF6 CONTACTORS;AIR-MAGNE
                                                S. A. KLOTZ,I. C. JALIU,,
                                       STANDARDS;ANSI STANDARDS;IEC STANDARDS;SWITC
                                                D. SHIPP,,,
                                       PROTECTIVE RELAYING;CURRENT TRANSFORMERS;CT
                                                C. A. TOWNE,D. J. SHEPPARD,,
                                       MOTORS;MOTOR LUBRICATION;MOTOR BEARINGS;OIL
        MANUFACTURER
K. WAKELEY                                      P. E. CLARK,I. E. McSHANE,K. WAKELEY,
                                       MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR DESIGN;TESTING;IN
                                                W. A. SHORT,,,
                                       CLASSIFIED LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;ARE
                                                R. H. HULETT,B. T. KENNEDY,,
                                       HEAT TRACING;HIGH TEMPERATURE HEAT TRACING
                                                M. A. ANNACCHINO,,,
                                       MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING
                                                A. H. BONNETT,G. SOUKUP,,
                                       MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR FAILURES;ROTO
         MANUFACTURER
S. APPLETON                                     J. BREDTHAUER,B. WACHTA,S. APPLETON,
                                       MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;CY


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                                                        O. E. ROENNSPIESS,B. ARAGON,,
                                               REACCELERATION;SYSTEM ANALYSIS;TRANSIENT ANA
                                                        E. G. HOFFMAN,L. D. SUND,,
                                               CABLE INSTALLATION;CABLES;CABLE DESIGN;SUBMAR
                                                        S. DILLARD,T. GREINER,,
                                               TRANSIENT VOLTAGES;SURGE PROTECTION;SURGE A
D. KELLY CONSULTANT                                     T. R. BRINNER,J .BULMER,D. KELLY,
                                               SURGE PROTECTION;SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS;LIGHTNING
                                                        S. J. MERHEJ,A. MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING;
                                               MOTORS;SYNCHRONOUS W. ASHLEY,,
                                                        K. H.
                                               HEAT TRACINGAFKHAMPOUR,,,
                                                        E. E. HOGWOOD, JR,D. E. RICE,,
                                               COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION;
                                                        F. HEREDOS,,,
                                               MOTORS;MULTI-SPEED MOTORS
                                                        D. E. TESKE,P. J. LINK,,
                                               ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                        G. KEMP,R. G. HAMREUS,,
                                               COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION;
          MANUFACTURER
E. F. MERRILL                                           J. W. KILGORE,C. L. BECNEL,E. F. MERRILL,
                                               MOTORS;MOTOR EFFICIENCY;MOTOR LOSSES;TESTING
                                                        E. B. TURNER,,,
                                               STANDARDS;COMMUNICATIONS;AUTOMATION;CONTRO
                                                        R. H. ROGERS,,,
                                               METERING;CONTROL SYSTEMS;SOLAR POWER;AUTOM
                                                        J. HUS,,,
                                               CONDUCTORS;CABLES;SHORT TIME CAPACITY
T. RUSSELL       TEXACO
          MANUFACTURER G. DONNER USER                   K. BOW,B. GROSSER,T. RUSSELL,G. DONNER
                                        TEXACO INSTRUMENTATION;CABLE;CABLE INSTALLATION;INSTR
          CONSULTANT
H. A. FLECK             S. RUBINOMANUFACTURER HARMONICS;RECTIFIERS;ARC FURNACES FLECK,S. RU
                                                        T. W. KLEIN,D. L. CARRERA,H. A.
                 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC
                                                        M. J. FRAZIER,J. DABKOWSKI,,
                                               CATHODIC PROTECTION;CORROSION CONTROL;INDUC
                                                        M. O. DURHAM,,,
                                               CATHODIC PROTECTION;CORROSION CONTROL;SOLAR
                                                        L. J. MOORE,,,
                                               CATHODIC PROTECTION;CORROSION CONTROL
                                                        R. H. LEE,,,
                                               GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;EQUIPMENT GROUN
                                                        R. J. BUSCHART,,,
                                               GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;EQUIPMENT GROUN
                                                        D. W. ZIPSE,,,
                                               GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;EQUIPMENT GROUN
                                                        V. J. MAGGIOLI,,,
                                               GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;EQUIPMENT GROUN
                                                        A. W. SMITH,,,
                                               STANDARDS;MOTORS;LOW VOLTAGE MOTORS;SEVER
                                                        D. A. KNUEVEN,J. R. BARTOLOMUCCI,,
                                               EXPLOSION-PROOF EQUIPMENT;CLASSIFIED LOCATION
                                                        B. C. JOHNSON,P. R. BAEN,,
                                               HEAT TRACING;POWER LINE CARRIER SYSTEMS;CONT
                                                        L. J. POWELL,,,
                                               COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION;
                                                        G. S. JOHNSON,J. A. REGULATIONS;COGENER
                                               NEC;CODES;GOVERNMENTAL STEWART,,
                                                        N. PENNY,,,
                                               SPECIFICATIONS;MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
                                                         SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                               VARIABLEC. L. PHILIBERT,,,
                                                        C. J. ERICKSON,,,
                                               MOTORS;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEE
                                                         SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                               VARIABLER. QUIRT,,,
          MANUFACTURER
D. DAVIDSON                                              SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE DAVIDSON,
                                               VARIABLER. G. LAWRENCE,D. FINNEY,D.SPEED DRIVES
                                                        J. M. FUCHS, JR,,,
                                               ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                        P. A. ZOTOS,,,
                                               GROUNDING;EQUIPMENT GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUN
                                                        R. W. EISENBROWN,J. E. WALSH,,
                                               ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
          CONSULTANT
R. QUARESMA                                             I. BOROUMAND,J. GUNDERSON,R. QUARESMA
                                               PRECIPITATORS;ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS
                                                        J. H. VOHR,,,
                                               BEARINGS;BEARING LUBRICATION;BEARING VIBRATION
                                                        R. G. BARTHELD,,,
                                               MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING;MOTOR INRUSH CURRENT
                                                        S. K. ZIMMERMAN,,,
                                               VACUUM CONTACTORS;MOTOR STARTERS;MOTOR CO
                                                        W. M. LEWIS,,,
                                               GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;LOW RESISTANCE G
                                                        J. W. FRASURE,F. KLEINER,,
                                               GIS;GAS INSULATED SUBSTATIONS;SUBSTATIONS;HIGH
                                                        J. P. MACKEVICH,,,
                                               CABLES;CABLE TERMINATIONS;CABLE INSTALLATION;C
                                                        J. BRANDOLINO,A. BAIGENT,,
                                               MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING
                                                        D. C. GRANT,R. W. GALLANT,,
                                               ENERGY COSTS;EFFICIENCY;LOSSES;ECONOMICS;COM
                                                        M. O. DURHAM,R. RAMAKUMAR,,
                                               INDUCTION GENERATORS;PHASE CONVERTERS;BALAN
                                                        G. WEIRAUCH,,,
                                               PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;
                                                        J. E. WILSON,F. BRIED,,
                                               INSTRUMENTATION;SYSTEM DESIGN;CONTROL SYSTE
                                                        C. SANDBERG,L. OPTICS
                                               INSTRUMENTATION;FIBER HAILE,,
                                                        E. B. TURNER,C. P. LeMONE,,
                                               MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING;REDUCED VOLTAGE STAR
                                                         SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMMUNICATIONS
                                               CONTROLW. H. OSBORNE,,,
                                                        J. T. DUEKER,,,
                                               BONDING;STRAY CURRENTS;MARINE TERMINALS;WHA


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                                                  S. F. FARAG,R. G. BARTHELD,,
                                         VACUUM CONTACTORS;MOTOR STARTERS;HIGH VOLT
                                                  S. A. THOMPSON,,,
                                         ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                                  J. M. GALLAGHER,L. B. McCLUNG,,
                                         SAFETY;MAINTENANCE;HOT WORK
                                                  R. G. WOOD,,,
                                         GIS;GAS INSULATED SUBSTATIONS;HIGH VOLTAGE SW
                                                   SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                         VARIABLED. A. DEY,,,
                                                  A. H. BONNETT,G. C. SOUKUP,,
                                         MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR FAILURES;ROTO
         CONSULTANT
R. P. STRATFORD                                   J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,B. P. LAM,R. P. STRATFO
                                         FAULT CALCULATIONS;SHORT-CIRCUIT CALCULATIONS
                                                  D. J. SHEPPARD,,,
                                         ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                  P. S. HAMER,,,
                                         MOTORS;GENERATORS;TESTING;INSPECTION;MOTOR
                                                  J. A. CONTROL;FAULT HEBERLEIN, JR,,
                                         MCC'S;MOTORROBERTSON,G. E. DETECTION;SMOKE DE
          USER
L. B. McCLUNG                                     J. M. GALLAGHER,D. C. GRANT,L. B. McCLUNG
                                         CABLE;CABLE INSTALLATION;CABLE DESIGN;STANDAR
                                                  J. J. ZACHARSKI,C. H. REID,,
                                         MOTOR CONTROL;MCC'S;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLL
                                                  V. J. MAGGIOLI,,,
                                         SAFETY;CONTROL SYSTEMS;RISK ANALYSIS;RELIABILIT
                                                  J. M. DALY,,,
                                         NEC;CODES;STANDARDS;CABLE
                                                  D. C. AZBILL,,,
                                         MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;STAND
                                                  B. W. PENGELLY,G. E. AST,,
                                         VIBRATION;VIBRATION ANALYSIS;COMPUTERS
                                                   SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                         VARIABLED. E. RICE,,,
                                                  J. J. McCLURG,,,
                                         INDUCTION MOTORS;INDUCTION GENERATORS
                                                  R. L. NAILEN,,,
                                         MOTORS;MOTOR REPAIR;MOTOR REWINDS;STANDARD
                                                  C. J. ERICKSON,,,
                                         HEAT TRACING
                                                  B. ARAGON,G. CLEVENGER,,
                                         CAD;COMPUTERS;COMPUTER DESIGN;
                                                  J. P. MACKEVICH,D. LYNCH,,
                                         HEAT SHRINK TERMINATIONS;CABLE TERMINATIONS;C
                                                   SYSTEMS;PROGRAMMABLE
                                         CONTROLR. MOULTON,S. COLELLA,, CONTROLLERS;
                                                   SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS
                                         CONTROLD. S. SIKORA,S. W. LeCOMPTE, JR,,
                                                  W. J. LUKITSCH,,,
                                         MOTOR STARTING;REDUCED VOLTAGE STARTERS;SOL
                                                  W. K. DAVIS,R. P. STRATFORD,,
                                         UPS;EMERGENCY GENERATION;CRITICAL LOADS;STAN
                                                   SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS
                                         CONTROLD. C. GRANT,C. M. CLINE,,
                                                  R. D. VARDEMAN,,,
                                         GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS;GOVERNMENTAL AGE
                                                  S. M. DILLARD,D. H. CASHMORE,,
                                         SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES;ADJUS
                                                  UNITS;MOTORS;MOTOR SIZING
                                         PUMPING M. O. DURHAM,C. R. LOCKERD,,
        MANUFACTURER
D. ZACHARIAH                                      B. T. PUMPS;SUBMERSIBLE PUMP CABLE;CAB
                                         SUBMERSIBLE MacKENZIE,K. MAREFAT,D. ZACHARIAH,
                                                  R. R. BROWN,,,
                                         PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;AUTOMATION;CONTR
                                                   SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;PROGRAMMABLE CO
                                         CONTROLJ. E. WILSON,F. BRIED,,
                                                   SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMMUNICATIONS
                                         CONTROLW. T. STEWART, JR,C. W. BROWN,,
                                                  E. B. TURNER,C. P. LeMONE,,
                                         ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                  H. N. HICKOK,M. R. WICKISER,,
                                         ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                  R. T. BECK,L. YU,,
                                         GROUNDING;SYSTEM GROUNDING;EQUIPMENT GROUN
         MANUFACTURER
S. W. HAGEMOEN                                     SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS
                                         CONTROLM. M. CAMERON,O. K. HUNG,S. W. HAGEMOEN
                                                  R. PATEL,R. A. FICKLER,,
                                         RECTIFIERS;ELECTROCHEMICAL
                                                  T. E. DYE,,,
                                         ELECTROCHEMICAL;SAFETY;CELL LINES
                                                  F. D. MARTZLOFF,T. F. LEEDY,,
                                         TRANSIENTS;TESTING;STANDARDS;SURGE PROTECTIO
                                                  B. C. JOHNSON,J. E. HEATING
                                         HEAT TRACING;SELF-LIMITINGPROPST,, CABLES
                                                  C. R. LOCKERD,M. O. DURHAM,,
                                         INSTRUMENTATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;NEC;CODES;G
                                                  W. H. NICHOLS,R. E. COSSE, JR,,
                                         GROUND FAULT PROTECTION;PROTECTIVE RELAYING
                                                  A. M. ZODEH,D. S. SIKORA,,
                                         SAFETY;CONTROL SYSTEMS;RELIABILITY;COMPUTERS
S. ANSUJ RESEARCH/OTHER                           F. SHOKOOH,R. SCHINZINGER,S. ANSUJ,
                                         SYSTEM STUDIES;MOTORS;COMPUTER MODELS;TRAN
                                                  R. P. STRATFORD,C. 519;POWER
                                         HARMONICS;STANDARDS;IEEEK. DUFFEY,, SYSTEMS
                                                  D. W. ZIPSE,,,
                                         NEC;CODES;AMPACITY;CABLE AMPACITY;CABLE DERA
                                                  A. H. BONNETT,,,
                                         MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MAINTENANCE;SAFETY;
                                                  R. M. JACKSON,M. H. YUEN,,
                                         COGENERATION;IN-PLANT GENERATION;GENERATION;
         USER
R. E. SCHRADER                                    G. VOLTAGE CIRCUIT BREAKERS;RETROFIT;
                                         SF6;MEDIUMSMITH,D. R. LETOURNEAU,R. E. SCHRADER
                                                  O. E. ROENSPIESS,A. E. EFTHYMIADIS,,
                                         SHORT-CIRCUIT CALCULATIONS;FAULT CALCULATIONS


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                                                         R. A. HANNA,,,
                                                HARMONICS;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SP
                                                         R. A. KENNEDY,G. J. ANDERSON,,
                                                AUTOMATION;COMPUTERS;PROTECTIVE RELAYING;INS
                                                         P. PRIBA,T. PAMETICKY,,
                                                PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;MOTORS;LARGE MOT
                                                          SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE
                                                VARIABLEW. H. BECK,J. L. ASCHERT,, SPEED DRIVES
                                                         M. CASSIDY,F. STACK,,
                                                ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                         J. NEVELSTEEN,H. ARAGON,,
                                                MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;MOTOR STARTING;REDUCED
                                                         G. C. SOUKUP,,,
                                                MOTORS;MOTOR TESTS;INSPECTION;TESTING;STANDA
                                                         W. H. NICHOLS,R. E. COSSE,,
                                                HARMONICS;RECTIFIERS;RECTIFIER TRANSFORMERS
                                                         P. ZOTOS,B. MARU,,
                                                MOTORS;MOTOR BEARINGS;STATOR TEMPERATURES;
                                                         W. D. BOLIN,C. KUBIN,,
                                                SYSTEM GROUNDING;GROUNDING;GROUND FAULTS
                                                         J. S. DUDOR,,,
                                                INSPECTION;TESTING;STANDARDS;CABLE;TRANSFORM
                                                         R. J. GOBRICK,M .W. WEBEL,,
                                                AREA CLASSIFICATION;HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS;CLASS
                                                         L. YU,R. T. BECK,,
                                                SAFETY;ELECTRICAL HAZARDS;GROUNDING;GROUND
                                                         S. LOCATIONS;HAZARDOUS
                                                CLASSIFIED C. ROBERTS,R. L. EVANS,,LOCATIONS;SEAL
                                                         A. W. ASHLEY,W. J. RUSCHEL,,
                                                PROTECTIVE RELAYING;COORDINATION;RELAY COORD
                                                         S. BELL,W. G. STIFFLER,,
                                                MOTORS;MOTOR DESIGN;SEVERE DUTY MOTORS
                                                         S. E. ZOCHOLL,,,
                                                PROTECTIVE RELAYING;MOTOR PROTECTION;COMPUT
                                                          SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                VARIABLEF. A. DeWINTER,B. J. KEDROSKY,,
                                                         J. W. KILGORE,,,
                                                PCB'S;GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS;GOVERNMENTA
                 RAYCHEM CORP
K. McCOY MANUFACTURER H. KOPPITSCH       RAYCHEM CORP    C. SANDBERG,J. HOLMES,K. McCOY,H. SYSTE
                                  MANUFACTURER LEAK DETECTION;INSTRUMENTATION;CONTROL KOPPI
                                                          SYSTEMS;COMMUNICATIONS;COMPUTERS;A
                                                CONTROLD. J. HOGE,J. R. JENSEN,,
          USER
V. J. IONATA            J. A. WIRANT
                                  MANUFACTURER ELECTROCHEMICAL;CHLOR-ALKALI PLANT;SYSTEM DE
                                                         R. L. DOUGHTY,T. E. DYE,V. J. IONATA,J. A. WI
                 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC
                                                         J. J. DEMOS,,,
                                                RECTIFIERS;CONTROL SYSTEMS
                                                         P. J. SAVOIE,K. PURKAYASTHA,,
                                                SOLID STATE TRIP DEVICES;LOW VOLTAGE POWER CIR
                                                         H. R. STEWART,,,
                                                CABLE;CABLE INSTALLATION;CABLE TERMINATIONS;CA
                                                         J. M. DALY,,,
                                                CABLES;TESTING;FLAMMABILITY;TOXICITY
                                                         G. E. HEBERLEIN, JR.,,,
                                                MOTORS;MOTOR PROTECTION;CIRCUIT BREAKERS;HIG
                                                          SYSTEMS;EMERGENCY SYSTEMS;SHUTDOW
                                                CONTROLD. S. SIKORA,R. L. JONES,,
                                                         P. K. SEN,H. A. LANDA,,
                                                MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;MOTOR DERATING;HAR
                                                         L. Y. YU,K. N. WONG,,
                                                MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;SYSTEM ANALYSIS;MOD
                                                         R. H. DAUGHERTY,,,
                                                BUS TRANSFER;MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;FAST TR
                                                         G. W. BOTTRELL,,,
                                                BUS TRANSFER;MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;FAST TR
                                                         D. L. HORNAK,D. L. ZIPSE,,
                                                BUS TRANSFER;MOTORS;INDUCTION MOTORS;FAST TR
          USER
J. E. PROPST                                             D. C. AZBILL,R. E. CATLETT,J. SPEED DRIVES
                                                ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE E. PROPST,
          M
M. UTECHT ANUFACTURER                                     SPEED DRIVES;ADJUSTABLE SPEED
                                                VARIABLEF. KLEINER,R. VON MUSIL,M. UTECHT,DRIVES
                                                         R. L. DOUGHTY,,,
                                                GIS;SUBSTATIONS;SUBSTATION DESIGN;SF6;COGENER
                                                         R. A. EVANS,,,
                                                SYNCHRONIZATION;GENERATORS;STEAM TURBINES;G
                                                         J. L. RECCHIUTI,M. A. CLAUSING,,
                                                TELECOMMUNICATIONS;CONTROL SYSTEMS;CABLES;I
          CONSULTANT
J. A. GUERRA                                             A. E. EFTHYMIADIS,O. E. ROENNSPIESS,J. A. G
                                                PROTECTIVE RELAYING;SYSTEM ANALYSIS;TRANSIENT
          CONSULTANT
S. V. LAURENTS                                           K. W. ENGLISH,R. L. HAYNES,S. V. LAURENTS,
                                                COMPUTERS;PERSONAL COMPUTERS;DESIGN;AUTOM
                                                         W. RELAYING;POWER SYSTEMS;RELAY COO
                                                PROTECTIVEH. NICHOLS,C. A. CASTRO,,
                                                         A. V. MOHAN RAO,J. F. WOLFINGER,,
                                                PERSONAL COMPUTERS;COMPUTERS;MAINTENANCE;P
                                                         E. L. OWEN,,,
                                                LARGE MOTORS;GENERATORS;SHAFT DESIGN
                                                         T. LOCATIONS;LIGHTING;LIGHTING FIXTURES
                                                CLASSIFIED R. WIEDRICH,J. T. WOODS,,
                                                         J. W. SIMMONS,D. A. DEY,,
                                                ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                         V. S. PAI,,,
                                                OFFSHORE;MOTORS;LARGE MOTORS;GENERATORS;P
J. F. LEA USER                                           M. O. DURHAM,C. LOCKERD,J. F. LEA,
                                                MOTORS;CYCLIC LOADS;PRODUCTION;HIGH SLIP MOTO
                                                         R. HUFF,C. TRACING MONITORING SYSTEMS
                                                HEAT TRACING;HEATSANDBERG,,
                                                         C. KUBIN,,,
                                                ANALYSIS;METERING;POWER COSTS;PERSONAL COMP
                                                         W. H. GOFF,,,
                                                AUTOMATION;PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS;GAS CO
                                                          SYSTEMS;AUTOMATION;PROGRAMMABLE CO
                                                CONTROLL. CHADWICK,B. WENYON,,
                                                         Z. M. PAL,R. H. JOHNSTON,,
                                                PIPELINES;TESTING;INSPECTION;CORROSION CONTRO


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                                                                          F. A. DeWINTER,L. GRAINGER,,
                                                                ADJUSTABLE SPEED DRIVES;VARIABLE SPEED DRIVES
                                                                          C. W. BROWN,W. T. STEWART, JR.,,
                                                                AUTOMATION;CONTROL SYSTEMS;COMPUTERS
                                                                          O. M. CLARK,R. E. GAVENDER,,
                                                                SURGE PROTECTION;LIGHTNING PROTECTION;ELECTR
                                                                           SYSTEMS;PUMPING STATIONS;FLOW CONTR
                                                                CONTROLY. GUEVARA,R. CARMONA,,
                      CONSULTANT
            B. L. EISENRICH           PARSONS CO       RALPH M. SYSTEM ANALYSIS;HARMONICS;DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
                             RALPH M. L. Y. YU CONSULTANT                 W. L.
                                                                 PARSONS CO COTTEN,S. R. BRANDELL,B. L. EISENRIC
                                                                          J. HUS,,,
                                                                ELECTROCHEMICAL;HIGH CURRENT BUS;HEAT TRANS
                                                                          I. PURKAYASTHA,P. J. SAVOIE,,
                                                                HARMONICS;POWER MEASUREMENT;INSTRUMENTATIO
                                                                          R. R. BROWN,,,
                                                                RECTIFIERS;DC BUS;SYSTEM DESIGN;ELECTROCHEMIC
                                                                          RICHARD HULETT,,,
                                                                IEEE 515; RESISTANCE HEAT TRACING; HEAT TRACING
            JAMES D. LYONS RAYCHEM                                        C.J. HEAT TRACING;
                                                                STEAM; COST;ERIKSON,N.R. RAFFERTY,JAMES D. LYON
            JOSEPH H. SNOW SNOW CONSULTANTS                               MICHAEL G. BOW,KENNETH E. BOW,JOSEPH
                                                                WIRE; CABLE
            JURGEN BREDTHAUERSIEMENS AG                                   PAUL S. HAMER, L. BRUCE
                                                                API 546; SYNCHRONOUS MOTORS MCCLUNG,JURGEN
   RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.                                                  R.H. DAUGHERTY,C.H. WENNERSTROM,,
                                                                INDUCTION MOTORS; AFD; VARIABLE FREQUENCY; VAR
                                                                          W.R. FINLEY,,,
                                                                NOISE; MOTORS;
            DALEEP C. MOHLA UNION CARBIDE CHEMICALS AND PLASTICS          JURGE BREDTHAUER,L.B. MCCLUNG,DALEEP
                                                                TRANSIENT CURRENT; MOTORS; RISK; CLASSIFIED; EX
            R.A. JONES       DUPONT                                       R.L. DOUGHTY,R.A. EPPERLY,R.A. JONES,
                                                                SAFETY; ESWP
   CROUSE-HINDS                                                           A.W. BALLARD,GARRETT S. YARBROUGH,,
                                                                SAFETY; MAINTENANCE; EXPLOSION PROOF
                                                                          JEFFRY POLLOCK,,,
                                                                UTILITY; REGULATION
                                                                          C.E. DAVIS,,,
                                                                SYSTEM PROGRAMS;
                                                                          MARK GOODMAN,,,
                                                                SWITCHGEAR; DCS; COGEN;
                                                                          DAVID E. SCHUMP,,,
                                                                MOTOR TESTING; RELIABILITY; SURGE TEST;
   KATO ENGINEERING                                                       WOUND; FORM WOUND; SYNCHRONOUS GEN
                                                                RAMDOM AZAD MESROBIAN,J.H. HOLDREGE,,
   RELIANCE ELECTRIC                                                      G.L. DONNER,W.L. SUBLER,,
                                                                API 541; MOTOR DESIGN; SPECIAL PURPOSE MOTOR
DIVISION OF EMERSON ELECTRIC                                              AUSTIN H. BONNETT,,,
                                                                STARTING CURRENT; INDUCTION MOTORS;
   FCF BOWERS, INC.                                                       WAYNE WHARRAN,BOB ECKERT,,
                                                                AFD; VARIABLE SPEED; INDUCITON MOTORS;
                                                                          JOSEPH L. LARDEAR,,,
                                                                HEAT TRACING; COTROL
   AEG CORP.                                                    PLC       N.B. MIKLITZ,ROY H. MUSTERER,,
            A.C. MILLER      KILLARK ELECTRIC MFG. CO.                    H.A. BOCKLE,J.I. COHEN,A.C. MILLER,
                                                                IEC; HAZARDOUS; NON-METALLIC
                                                                          JAMES A.
                                                                RELIABILITY; AUDIT;ROBERTSON,,,
                                                                          GEORGE LUKE,,,
                                                                WIRING SPECIFICATIONS
   THE RALPH M. PARSONS CO.                                               WILLIAM
                                                                INSPECTION; TEST L. COTTEN,MICHAEL J. STUBIN,,
                                                                          WALTER J. LUKITSCH,,,
                                                                SURGES; MICROPROCESSOR
            B.J. EASTLUND                                       DOWNHOLE; BOSCH,K.J. SCHMITT,B.J. EASTLUND,
                                                                          F.G.
                             PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL, INC.IMPEDANCE HEATING; ELECTRIC HEATING
            DANIEL J. HOGE   SQUARE D CO.                       PLC; SCADACHARLES H. NEELEY,PATRICK W. ABSHIRE,D
            ROGER ZELL       GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.                         CLAYTON M. GRONDAHL,GERALD E. JURCZYN
                                                                GAS TURBINE; RELIABILITY;
                                                                          LAWRENCE J. ADAMCIK,,,
                                                                AREA CLASSIFICATION; HAZARDOUS;
                                                                          W.D. NAGEL,,,
                                                                AMORPHOUS; TRANSFORMER
   E&L ENGINEERING INC.                                                   WAYNE
                                                                LOOP DRAWING P. KRAEMER,EDWARD J. OCOBOC JR
            KAI RAMSING      THE RALPH M. PARSONS CO.           PC        WILLIAM L. COTTEN,NORMAN MORISHIGE,KA
                                                                PC        CHET SANDBERG,,,
                                                                EPA; PCB ROLAND KUMP,,,
   UNIVERSAL DYNAMICS LTD.                                      CONTROLLERMALCOLM CAMERON,DAVID LYON,,
                                                                          W.G. MORRISON,R.J. ARHART,,
                                                                RELIABILITY; CABLE
   RELIANCE ELECTRIC                                                      MILTON H. RAMSEY,KIRK ARMITOR,,
                                                                IEEE P1068; P1068; 1068; MOTOR REPAIR; REWIND
                                                                          ARTHUR J. SMITH 111,,,
                                                                SHORT CIRCUIT; RATING; FAULT; WITHSTAND; MOLDED
                                                                          JAMES H. DYMOND,,,
                                                                STALL; ACCELERATION; FREQUENCY OF START; START
   COLT ENGINNERING CORP.                                                 FRANK A. DEWINTER,LARRY ENGINEERING;
                                                                AFD; VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE; SYSTEMM. BENKE,,
            MICHAEL MANTHE ALLEN-BRADLEY CO.                              CHARLES T. PETERS,GERD BOYSON,MICHAE
                                                                IEC; NEMA; MOTOR CONTROL; RATINGS
            T.W. OLSEN                                                    DAVID
                             SIEMENS ENERGY AND AUTOMATION MONITORING; L. JOHNSON,BRADLEY R. NEWMAN,T.W
                             DUPONT
            RICHARD L. DOUGHTY                                            KENNETH S. CRAWFORD,DAVID G. CLARK,RIC
                                                                TERMINAL BOX; PECKER HEAD; EXPLOSIONS; MOTOR;
                                                                          DR. MARCUS O. DURHAM,,,
                                                                ELECTROMAGNETIC; BIOLOGICAL
                                                                          DONALD W. ZIPSE,,,
                                                                ELECTROMAGNETIC; MAGNETIC; EFFECTS; HEALTH; FI


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            JAMES S. LEAK   FLOUR DANIELS INC.                       NEIL D. AMES,EARL F. MONGOMERY,JAMES S
                                                           GROUNDING; DIGITAL SYSTEMS;
            T.E. MCDERMOTT POWER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.                  D.L. ELKINS,A.C. JAIN,T.E. MCDERMOTT,
                                                           TRANSIENTS; SF6; SWITCHING TRANSIENTS;
RVICES, INC.                                                         MICHAEL J. COSTELLO,,,
                                                           SHAFT VOLTAGE; ROTOR VOLTAGE; ROTOR
                            POWER
            CHRISTOPHER K. DUFFEY TECHNOLOGIES, INC.                 TREND
                                                           UTILILTY; RAY P. STRATFORD,HYDE M. MERRILL,CHRIS
  RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.                                              B. CAGLES,F. HEREDOS,,
                                                           OVERVOLTAGE; MOTORS
  OMARA SYSTEMS                                                      RON JURCHUK,BOB HOLMES,,
                                                           MICROPROSSOR; HEAT TRACING; TRACING;
                                                                     J.L. CRAGGS,,,
                                                           NOISE; MOTOR; MEASURING; MOTOR NOISE
                                                                     FRITZ
                                                           MONITORING KLEINER,,,
                                                           GROUNDING;PANKAY K. SEN,,,
AL ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT DENVER DESIGN; STEEL GROUNDING
  GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.                                               JACK A. FIDINGER,JAMES R. VOLTAGE
                                                           CIRCUIT BREAKER; SOLID STATE; LOWVINCENT,,
           DONALD A. VOLTZ THE DOW CHEMICAL CO.                      KENNETH SPECIFYING; TESTING
                                                           CABLE; SELECTING; E. BOW,JOSEPH H. SNOW,DONALD
                                                                     ROBERT T. SLAYMAKER,CHRISTINE M. BATES
                                                           NEW ENGINEERS; YOUNG; NEW;
                                                                     JAMES K. PHIPPS,JOHN P. HARMONICS
                                                           HARMONIC DISTORTION; CONTROL; NELSON,,
                                                           GENERATIONJAMES H. HARLOW,,,
  KATO ENGINNERING DIVISION-RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.                    AZAD MESROBIAN,DENTON C.
                                                           HARMONICS; DISTORTION; PROTECTIONROWE,,
                                                                     WILL E. MCBRIDE,,,
                                                           SEALS; CLASSIFIED; HAZARDOUS;
           A.H. HOPMANN     KILLARK ELECTRIC MFG. CO.                CLASSIFIED; HAZARDOUS
                                                           NEC; IEC; J. H. KUCZKA,A.C. MILLER,A.H. HOPMANN,
                                                                     OLIN L. WILLIS,,,
                                                           FAULT LOCATION; CABLE; MEDIUM VOLTAGE
           GARY D. CLARK    ENGINEERING DESIGN GROUP, INC.           PAUL W.
                                                           TANK GAUGING; MAUER,CHARLES W. BROWN,GARY
                                                           AUTOMATED CHRISTOPHER J. JANDRAIN,,,
                                                                     WILLIAM J. FREY,,,
                                                           AFD; VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE;
  SKM SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, INC.                                         GENE KNIGHT,HARRY SIELING,,
                                                           ANSI; IEC 909; SHORT CIRCUIT; CALCULATION
  MULTILLIN INC.                                                     DREW BAIGENT,ED LEDENHAFT,,
                                                           MICROPROSSOR; RELAYS; DESIGN; ELECTRONIC RELA
  FLOUR DANIELS, INC.                                                RALPH L. HAYNES,FRED L.
                                                           HAZARDOUS; CLASSIFIED; MOTORS MESSEC,,
  CONSULTANT                                                         DR. LUKE YU,ROLF L. HENRIKS,,
                                                           GROUND FAULT; NEUTRAL; NEUTRAL RESISTOR; DESIG
                                                                     PATRICK M. CUSACK,,,
                                                           API 541; TESTING; MOTOR;
                                                                     MALCOLM CAMERON,,,
                                                           HARMONIC; HARMONIC FILTER; POWER FACTOR
  ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, ANALYSIS, INC.                                 J. R. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN; SYSTEM DESIGN
                                                           CONCEPTUAL; DUNKI-JACOBS,C. E. DAVIS,,
                                                                     FREQUENCY; CRITICAL SPEED; EXCITATION;
                                                           NATURAL EDGAR F. MERRILL,,,
                                                                     R. RANJAN,E. W. KALKSTEIN,,
                                                           SMART FUSE; SMART; FUSE
                                                                      BATTERY SOILEAU, JR.,,,
                                                           BATTERY;ROBERT D. BANKS; BATTERY TESTING; TESTI
           FREDERICK BRIED SHELL OIL COMPANY                         PAUL S. HAMER,DAVID N. RP500; RP 500;
                                                           AREA CLASSIFICATION; API RP 500; BISHOP,FREDERICK
  RHONE-POULENC                                                      A. W. ELECTRICAL CODE; 1993
                                                           NEC; NATIONALBALLARD,S. SENGUPTA,, NEC; HAZARD
           H. LANDIS FLOYD DUPONT                                    BRUCE C. COLE,RICHARD L.
                                                           ELECTRICAL SAFETY; OSHA; SAFETY DOUGHTY,H. LAN
                                                                      FIELDS; W. ZIPSE,,,
                                                           ELECTRICDONALD MAGNETIC FIELDS;
  KILLARK ELECTRIC MFG. CO.                                          R.H. BUSCHART,J.H. KUCZKA,,
                                                           SAFETY; CLASSIFIED AREAS; HAZARDOUS; ELECTRICA
           CHARLES CAI      THE RALPH M. PARSONS CO.                 WILLIAM L. ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS; MAG
                                                           ELECTROMAGNETIC; COTTEN,KAI RAMSIG,CHARLES CA
           FARROKH SHOKOOH  OPERATION TECHNOLOGY, INC.               GARY L. DONNER,KEITH A. BROWN,FARROKH
                                                           SIMULATOR; SYSTEM STUDY; REAL TIME; COMPUTER
                                                                      2; SHORT CIRCUIT; COORDINATION
                                                           IEC; TYPEPAUL E. ALWIN,,,
           J.T. PHILLIPSON  EXXON CHEMICAL CO.                       P. LO,W. MAGERKURTH,J.T. PHILLIPSON,
                                                           STATOR MONITORING; PD;
           RASUL KOHISTANI STONE & WEBSTER                           ROBERT A. HANNA,PETER BULMER,RASUL KO
                                                           POWER DISTURBANCES; PLC CONTROL
                                                                     LINDEN W. PIERCE,,,
                                                           TRANSFORMER; PREDICITING; CAPACITY; LOADING;
                            T
           THOMAS K. GUTHRIEHERMON                                   ROY E. BARTH,BEN C. JOHNSON,THOMAS K. G
                                                           HEAT TRACING; DESIGN; TEMPERATURE; FINITE ELEME
ERING CORP.                                                          JUSTO BENITEZ,,,
                                                           CAPACITORS; POWER FACTOR;
IVISION OF EMERSON ELECTRIC                                          AUSTIN H. BONNETT,,,
                                                           BALL BEARINGS; MOTORS; BEARING; FAILURES;
  THE DOW CHEMICAL CO.                                               KENNETH E. BOW,DONALD A. VOLTZ,,
                                                           LIGHTNING; SHIELDING; INDUCED
           K.R. BANNER      DUPONT                                   J.L. RECCHIUTI,W.H. KUCK,K.R. BANNER,
                                                           MODERNIZED; REVAMP
  RELIANCE ELECTRIC                                                  THOMAS F. LOWERY,DAVID SPEED
                                                           PWM; VARIABLE SPEED; ADJUSTABLEW. PETRO,,
           WALTER DINKINS                                            JURGEN WILLIS,TODD BRASTETTER,WALTER
                                                           CABLE; THERMAL MODELING; THERMAL ANALYSIS
  WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP.                                        SAAD J. MERHEJ,BILL HARMONICS
                                                           HARMONIC FILTER; OFFSHORE;NICHOLS,,
                                                                     MARCUS O. DURHAM,,,
                                                           SAFETY; SAFE WORK PRACTICES; ESPW; OSHA
  ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, INC.                                  CHET DAVIS,YI ZHANG,,
                                                           POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS; EXPERT SYSTEM;


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                                                                        UTILITY;
                                                             ELECTRICRICHARD W. GALLANT,,,
         RAY P. STRATFORDPOWER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.                      MIGUEL A. CABALLER,JOHN H. KASSEBAUM,R
                                                             LOAD SHED; COMPUTER CONTROL; CO-GEN
 TRANS CANADA PIPELINE LTD.                                            LANCE G. GRAINGER,JACK COMPENSATOR
                                                             SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR; STATIC VARP. LEUW,,
         MAURIZIO BRESSANIANSALDO INDUSTRIAL SPA                       STEPHEN C. DRIVE;
                                                             AFD; VARIABLE SPEED LAGRONE,MILES C. GRIGGS,MAU
                                                                       R.L. NAILEN,,,
                                                             AFD; VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE; VARIABLE FREQUENCY D
                                                                       CHARLES E. MCCOY,,,
                                                             STATIC POWER CONVERTER; HARMONICS;
  SANTA FE PACIFIC PIPELINE,L.P.                                       RAOUL L. WOOD,FRED ABOODY,,
           PHILIPPE WAKED AMOCO PIPELINE                                SCADA
                                                             PLC; RTU;BRIAN QUARTEY,DONALD SHAW,PHILIPPE W
                                                                        FREQUENCY; AFD; HARMONICS; HARMONIC
                                                             VARIABLEDAVID E. RICE,,,
  THE RALPH M. CO.                                                     DR. LUKE GROUND
                                                             SAFE; GROUNDING; YU,ROU T. BECK,,
  OCCIDENTAL CHEMICAL CORP.                                            LINES
                                                             139; CELL THOMAS E. DYE,MICHAEL B. BYKOWSKI,,
  KILLARK ELECTRIC MGF. CO.                                            RICHARD J. BUSCHART,JOSEPH H. KUCZKA,,
                                                             RISK FACTOR; SAFETY; AREA CLASSIFICATION
                                                                       CHRISTINE M. OPPORTUNITIES
                                                             WOMEN; ENGINEERING; BATES,ANNE P. STUBLEN,,
           MIKE P. PETERSON WARREN ELECTIRC CO.                         USED, RECONDITIONED EQUIPMENT;
                                                             SURPLUS,DICK BOPP,JAMES D. HILL,MIKE P. PETERSON
                                                                       JOHN MOTOR SPECIFICATION
                                                             LOW VOLTAGE; H. KASSEBAUM,,,
                             D
           ROBERT J. PUCKETT UPONT                                     DALE M. BRETHAUER,RICHARD L. DOUGHTY,R
                                                             EFFICIENCY; ECONOMICS; REPAIR; REPLACE
                                                                       DONALD W. ZIPSE,,,
                                                             LIGHTNING PROTECTION; FRANKLIN ROD; EARLY STRE
                                                                       PETER R. BAEN,,,
                                                             HEAT TRACING; CONTROLS;
  GENERAL ELECTRIC CANADA, INC.                                        LARGE MOTOR; INSULATION; PARTIAL DISCH
                                                             CORONA; R.H. REHDER,M.E. STUTT,,
LDO MOTORS                                                             JOHN C. RAMA,,,
                                                             API 541; AFD; VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE;
           HOWARD G. MURPHY  ALLEN-BRADLEY CO.                         KENNETH S. DRIVE; HIGH STARTING EPPERL
                                                             AFD; VARIABLE SPEED CRAWFORD,RICAHRD A.TORQUE
                                                                       ROY COSSE,JR,HERBERT CHEUNG,JEFF MAZ
           JEFF MAZEREEUW C.E.T., MULTILIN PROTECTIVE RELAYS MOTOR PROTECTION RELAY;
  DOW CHEMICAL                                                          DIFFERENTIAL GROUND FAULT PROTECTION
                                                             MODIFIEDDAVID L. SWINDLER,CARL J. FREDERICKS,,
                                                                       JOHN H. RANNELLS,,,
                                                             AREA CLASSIFICATION
  FLUOR DANIEL, INC.                                                   RALPH L. HAYNES,FRED L. MESSEC,,
                                                             CODES; STANDARDS
                                                                       ABDUL Q. HAIDERI,JOHN A. PARASKIEWICZ,,
                                                             RETROFIT; LIGHTING
                                                                       R.E. WRIGHT,,,
                                                             HYDRAULIC TRANSIENTS; PIPELINE
  INTERPROVINCIAL PIPE LTD.                                             HARMONICS; VOLTAGE UNBALANCE
                                                             RESIDUALLANCE G. GRAINGER,ROY C. SPENCER,,
           F. HEREDOS        RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.                     M. COSTELLO,F. COOK,F. HEREDOS,
                                                             WINDING IMMERSION TEST;
           C.K. DUFFEY       POWER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.                  T.E. DYE,J.A. WIRANT,C.K. DUFFEY,
                                                             IEEE 519; CELL LINE
                                                                        CONTROL
                                                             PROCESSMALCOLM M. CAMERON,,,
  S.D. MYERS,INC.                                                      JOSEPH J. KELLY,DAVID P. MYERS,INC\,,
                                                             TRANSFORMER LIFE; REINHIBITING; OIL INSULATION
  SHELL OIL CO.                                                        C. SWITCHING;
                                                             CAPACITOR E. MCCOY,B.L. FLORYANCIC,,
  RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.                                                JOHN T. DAVIS,ROGER A. BRYANT,,
                                                             VIBRATION MEASUREMENT;
  WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP.                                          K.V. HENSLER,B.J. MATHEWSON,,
                                                             MOTOR TESTING; API 541; API 546
VISION IF EMERSON ELECTRIC                                             AUSTIN H. BONNETT,,,
                                                             AC INDUCTION MOTOR EFFICIENCY
                                                                       MARTIN SEIFERT,,,
                                                             POWER MONITORING; ECONOMIC
  RELIANCE ELECTRIC CO.                                                DOUG CATER,RICHARD G. PASQUALONE,,
                                                             ISO 9000; GLOBAL QUALITY
  ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS,INC.                                     JOSEPH S. DUDOR,CHET E. DAVID,,
                                                             POWER SYSTEM; DESIGN;
  ORYX ENERGY CO.                                                      SYSTEM; GUIDE; BATTERIES
                                                             BATTERY JOHN P. NELSON,WILLIAM BOLIN,,
  LUSCOMBE ENGINEERING                                                 ROBERT A. HANNA,JACK LUSCOMBE,,
                                                             AFD; VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE; SURVEY
                                                                       PETER A. ZOTOS,,,
                                                             STEEP FRONTED; SWITCHIGN SURGES; SURGE PROTE
  PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF OKLAHOMA                                       MARCUS O. DURHAM,ROBERT A. DURHAM,,
                                                             LIGHTNING; GROUNDING; DCS
  SIEMENS ENERGY & AUTOMATION, INC.                                    SHOOTING; MOTOR PROBLEMS;
                                                             TROUBLE W.R. FINLEY,R.R. BURKE,,
  UNION CARBIDE CORP.                                                  L.B. CABLE; LOW RAMACHANDRAN,,
                                                             FIRE SAFETY; MCCLUNG,S. TOXICITY; LOW CORROSIVI
           R.A. EPPERLY      DUPONT                                    R.J. HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS; APPLICATION
                                                             TEFC MOTOR;BUSCHART,R.L. DOUGHTY,R.A. EPPERLY
           R. BUSCHART       PC & E CONSULTING                         ZONE; PANEL DISCUSSION; DIVISION
                                                             DIVISION; S. SENGUPTA,D. ZIPSE,R. BUSCHART,1.0;
  ROGALAND UNIVERSITY CENTER                                           OLAV VAAG THORSEN,MANGUS DALVA,,
                                                             FAULTS; SURVEY; INDUCTION MOTOR; OFFSHORE; DAT
                                      STANLEY J. WELLS
           JOSE M. VALLEJO UNION CARBIDE CORP.                         JAMES W. BURNS,L.
                                                             MODERNIZATION; REBUILD; BRUCE MC CLUNG,JOSE
                                                                       JOHN E. CALCULATE; MODEL
                                                             RISK; RELIABILITY;PROPST,,,
                                                                       PAUL E. ALWIN,,,
                                                             MOTOR PROTECTION; SOLID STATE; COMMUNICATION
           VINCENT G. ROWE                                             DAVID N. BISHOP,JOSEPH
                                                             AREA CLASSIFICATION; IEC; ZONES H. KUCZKA,VINCEN


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                                                                PROTECTIVE RELAY; DUDOR,LORRAINE K. PADDEN, P.E
   ASHLEY CONSULTING CO.                                                  ROBERT L. ALMONTE,A. IEEE 519
                                                                HARMONICS; UTILITY; INTERFACE;WAYNE ASHLEY,,
                       USER
             LARRY ROBICHEAUX          R
                               MOBIL R&D AY JONESUSER                     PETER BAEN,DALEEP MOHLA,LARRY ROBICH
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                       SENGUPTA
             SUKANTA USER      FMC CORPORATION                            NEAL FENSTER,DONN L. ROSEN,SUKANTA SE
                                                                SKIN EFFECT; IMPEDANCE; HEAT TRACE
                                                                          STEVEN L. VARNADO,,,
                                                                PEAK SHAVE; GENERATOR; PIPELINE
                                                                          MARTIN C. PERRIN,,,
                                                                LARGE MOTOR; ANTI-FRICTION; BEARING
                       USER
             M. COSTELLO       TEXACO                                     G. DISCHARGE; STATOR; WINDING
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                       MANUFACTURER ELECTRIC
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                                                                PROCESSROB BOHN,MIKE BANGE,JOE FOREMAN,
                                                                          S. L. LINE; SAFETY
                                                                IEEE 463; CELLRALSTON,,,
             ROY BECK          THE
                       CONSULTANT RALPH PARSONS CO.                       JOSE DE CASTRO,CHARLES CAI,ROY BECK,
                                                                STALL; PROTECTION; INDUCTION MOTOR
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                                                                STARTING; LARGE BREDTHAUER,NORBERT STRUCK,,
                                                                          JAMES H. DYMOND,,,
                                                                FORWARD; STALL; TEST; ROTOR; STATOR
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                                                                LAWS; INDUCTION; MOTOR
                       MANUFACTURER
             WAYNE WIELEBSKI ALLEN BRADLEY                                MOHAMED DHALLA,CARL FREDERICKS,WAYN
                                                                INTEGRATION; PROCESS CONTROL; CPCS
                       MANUFACTURER
             JOSEPH H. SNOW ANIXTER,INC                                   MICHAEL G. BAYER,KENNETH SHIELDS; TAPE
                                                                MOISTURE BARRIER; CABLE; SHEATHS; E. BOW,JOSEP
                                                                          JOHN H. RANNELLS,,,
                                                                AREA CLASSIFICATION
   HIBERNIA MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD.                            OFFSHORE; PLATFORM; CONTROL SYSTEM
                                                                HIBERNIA;ROBERT GOBRICK,NEIL LEGGE,,
             KAVEG ASHENAYI UNIVERSITY OF TULSA                           MARCUS O. DURHAM,DAVID H. NEUROTH,KAV
                                                                CABLE QUALITY; FIELD TEST
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                                                                CORE BALANCE; GROUND FAULT PROTECTION; LOW R
                       USER
             TIM S. DRISCOLL SHELL CANADA LIMITED                         WILLIAM E. INDUCTION MOTOR
                                                                HARMONIC TORQUE; LOCKLEY,WAYNE WHARRAN,TIM
   OSTOVANI & ASSOC.,INC.                                                 DAVID W. PETRO,RAOUL L. WOOD,,
                                                                POWER QUALITY; AFD; VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE; PWM;
                                                                          CHARLIE HOY,,,
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                       MANUFACTURER
             J.J. MCCLURG                                                 P. S. HAMER,B.M. WOOD,J.J. MCCLURG,
                               DRESSER-RAND ELECTRIC MACHINERYRESONANT SPEED; MOTOR; STIFF ROTOR; FLEXIBLE;
   IMPERIAL OIL-STRATHCONA REFINERY                                       A.C. DEMASSI,R.W. JURCHUK,,
                                                                UTILITY; TEAM; PARTNERSHIP
                       MANUFACTURER
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                                                                AFD; VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE; LARGE; HIGH SPEED H
                       USER
             RICHARD A. EPPERLYDUPONT                                     G. ERICH HEBERLEIN ,JR.,JACK A. HIGGINS,R
                                                                ENCLOSURE; INTERNAL; ARCING
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                       USER    DUPONT
             ROBERT H. CRISTOPHER                                         CRAIG M. WELLMAN,JAMES
                                                                SPRINKLER SYSTEM; SAFETY; FIRE; W. BOWMAN,ROB
                               UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
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                                                                ELECTRICAL; THERMAL; INJURY; SAFETY; ARC; FLASH
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             STEVEN KELL                         USER                     ANN P. STUBLEN,CRIAG M. WELLMAN,STEVEN
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                                                                          RICHARD BUSCHART,,,
                                                                AREA CLASSIFICATION; API RP-500; RP 500; NFPA 497
                                                                          RICHARD DOUGHTY,,,
                                                                IEEE 841; SEVERE DUTY TOTALLY ENCLOSED; TEFC; M
ER COMPANY                                                                R. L. NAILEN,,,
                                                                UTILITY REBATES; EFFICIENT MOTORS;
                       MANUFACTURER
             RICHARD PIEFER ALLEN-BRADLEY CO.                             RICHARD EPPERLY,FREDERICK HOADLEY,RIC
                                                                ASD; VARIABLE SPEED DRIVE; RELIABILITY
                                       IEEE                     ASD; VARIABLE SPEED
                                                                          BARRY M. WOOD,CHERI L. OLSEN,GREG D. H
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                       USER
             BANAFSHEH KALHORI         GEORGE D. GREGORY
                                                 MANUFACTURER D COMPANY
                                                        SQUARE MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS; LIFE EXPECTANCY
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                                                 MANUFACTURER TECHNOLOGIES,INC. SWINDLER,PAUL SCHWARTZ,PAU
                                                        POWER TRANSIENT RECOVERY VOLTAGE; TRV; MEDIUM VOLTA
                               CHEVRONS. R. LAMBERTTECHNOLOGY CO.         DAVID LEE
DIV. OF EMERSON ELECTRIC CO.                                              AUSTIN H. BONNETT,,,
                                                                RELIABILITY COMPARISON; STANDARD DUTY; ENERGY
   RELIANCE ELECTRIC                                                      R. L. DOUGHTY,F. HEREDOS,,
                                                                SURGE CAPACITOR; COST EFFECTIVE; MOTOR; MEDIU
   K-TEK ASSOCIATES                                                       JOHN H. KASSEBAUM,RICHARD
                                                                STATIC; HAZARDOUS CLASSIFIED AREA; A. KOCKEN,,
   BUSSMAN DIVISION                                                       DAVID C. HOLLOWAY,VINCENT J. SAPORITA,,
                                                                HIGH INTERRUPTING CAPACITY; HAZARDOUS CLASSIF
   APPLETON ELECTRIC CO.                                                  JOHN
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                                                                PROTECTIVE RELAY; DUDOR,LORRAINE K. PADDEN,,
   CENTRAL & SOUTHWEST SERVICES/WEST TEXAS UTILITIES                      MARCUS O. DURHAM,ROBERT A. DURHAM,,
                                                                GROUNDING; ISOLATED LOCATIONS;
                                                                          NIRMAL K. GHAI,,,
                                                                SURGE; STEEP FRONTED; MOTORS
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                                                                          JAMES K. TRANSFER
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                                                                          WILLIAM E. VEERKAMP,,,
                                                                COPPER ALUMINIUM TRANSITIONS; BUS; DC
                                                                          P. PILLAY,,,
                                                                ENERGY EFFICIENT MOTOR APPLICATION


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                                                                                           RICHARD MARTIN,,,
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                                                                                           DENNIS W. HEATH,H. L. BRADFIELD, GROUND
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                                                                                            SPEED DRIVE; MEDIUM
                                                                               VARIABLEPETER W.HAMMOND,,, VOLTAGE; AFD
                                                                                           MICHAEL J. MELFI,,,
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                                                                               OPEN MOTOR; TOTALLY ENCLOSED; TEFC
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                                                                               POWER CONSUMPTION; PERFORMANCE; PUMPING UN
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                                                                               Area Classification
                        USER
             Craig Wellman         DuPont                                                  Paul Babiarz,Danny Liggett,Craig Wellman,
                                                                               Area Classification; zones
                                                                                           John Grounding;
                                                                               High ResistanceNelson,,,
 Central & Southwest/West Texas Utilities                                                  technology
                                                                               Paradigm; Dr. Marcus Durham,Robert Durham,,
                                                                               Internet David Mercier,Selina Hembree,,
                        RESEARCH/OTHER
             Dale hallerburg       UL                                                      George Tarbutton,Paul House,Dale hallerburg,
                                                                               Commercial; Heat Tracing
Emerson Electric                                                                           Austin Bonnett,,,
                                                                               Motor; PWM; inverter fed
             Roger Regan           GEC Alsthom
                        MANUFACTURER                                                       Paul Clark,Neville Glew,Roger Regan,
                                                                               MV Motors; Hazardous locations
             Steve Evon            Reliance
                        MANUFACTURER David Kempkes        USER      Chevron USA            Lawrence Saunders,Gary Skivinski,Steve Evon,Da
                                                                               Reflected Wave; IGBT; AFD; motor; cable
                                   Dresser-Rand
             Darrell Morrison, Jim Nessa      Jason Rigsby                     Cylindrical John McSharry,Paul AFD, ASD
                                                                    Ansaldo Ross Hill      Rotor; synchronous; Hamer,Darrell Morrison, Jim
                                                                                           S. R. Shillng,,,
                                                                               Var Control; automating
 GE Canada                                                                                 R.H. Rehder,R.E. Draper,,
                                                                               Motor insulation; filled insulation
 Fluor Daniel                                                                              Alonza hazardous locations
                                                                               Seal; conduit seal;Ballard,Robert Alexander,,
 Ryerson Polytechnic University                                                            Speed Hanna,Shiva Prabhu,,
                                                                               Adjustable Robert Drives; AFD; ASD
                                                                                           Sidney Bell,Jason
                                                                               Motor Insulation; AFD; ASD Sung,,
 Ryerson Polytechnic Univ                                                                  Harmonic heating; AFD;
                                                                               MV Motor; Frank DeWinter,Bin Wu,,VFD; ASD
 Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley                                                         William Rossmann,Robert Ellis,,
                                                                               Pipeline Pumping; AFD; ASD; VFD; retrofit
                                                                                           Mark Bearings; Bearing problems
                                                                               Bearing Loading;Hodowanec,,,
 Process Automation Systems                                                                Oliver Hung,William Gough,,
                                                                               Risk; reliability; study
                        USER
             Michael Bykowski      Occidental Chem                                         James Galloway,Steve Rockco,Michael Bykowski,
                                                                               Control system; modernization; SCR; Rectifiers
                        CONSULTANT
             Malcolm Cameroni Universal Dynamics                               Anode       Ed Conroy,Brian Hagan,Malcolm Cameroni,
             JF Witte CONSULTANT              Paul
                                   Cooper power MyersUSER                      Overcurrent Protection; miscoordination; coordination
                                                                    BP chemicals           M.T. Bishop,S.R. Mendis,JF Witte,Paul Myers
             John Crouse           Gneral Electric                                         Kent Haggerty,Timothy Malone,John Crouse,
                                                                               Transformer; efficiency
                        MANUFACTURER
             Bruce Campbell                               MANUFACTURER
                                                                    GE MultilinTransformer; Protection; microprocessor; relay
                                   GE MultilinAra Kulidjian, Marzio Pozzuoli               Roger Beaulieu,Peter Buttle,Bruce Campbell,Ara K
                        MANUFACTURER
             Stanley Wallace       Reliance                                                Paul motors; performance; life cycle costs
                                                                               energy efficient; Hamer,Debra Lowe,Stanley Wallace,
                        USER
             Charles Kirk          Conoco                                                  Royce King,Michael Fass,Charles Kirk,
                                                                               retrofit; MCC; motor control center
                                                                               UPS;        Garry Donner,Banafsheh Kalhori,,
                        MANUFACTURER Management
             Subhash Patel         GE Power                                                Thomas Breen,Gerald Kliman,Subhash Patel,
                                                                               non-invasive; on-line; motor diagnostics
                                                                                           Chet Sandberg,Glenn Kuse,,
                                                                               heat tracing; design
             A.E. JonesUSER        DuPont                 USER
                                              N.R. Rafferty         DuPont                 J.V. Branscome,C.J. Erickson,A.E. Jones,N.R. Ra
                                                                               impedance; electric heat; exchanger
             Jun Qiu CONSULTANT    Operation Technology, Inc                               Farrokh Shokooh,Bill
                                                                               Real time; simulation; control; Wooton,Jun Qiu,
 Anixter, Inc                                                                              Roger Barras,Joseph
                                                                               Cable, Materials, Environmental Snow,,
                                                                                           Robert Roberton,Atle Bornes,,
                                                                               AFD; pipeline
             Richard Doughty       DuPont                                                   Arc; flash
                                                                               PPE; FRC;Dr. Thomas Neal,Allen Bingham,Richard Doughty
                        RESEARCH/OTHER Kenneth Dillarinstitute University of Texas at Maryflash; accidents; injury; safety Lee,Mehmet T
             Mehmet Toner          Shriners Burn Research            and massachusetts Gneral Hospital
                                                                                            Austin
                                                          RESEARCH/OTHER medical; burns; Capelli-Schellpfeffer,Raphael
 General Electric                                                                          Robert Deaton,James Gostic,,
                                                                               Arc Resistant; switchgear
             George KohnUSER                  Stu Mugford ONSULTANT Electro-Mechanical Services
                                   Pancanadian Petroleum  C         Kadon                  Martin Perrin,George Seggewiss,George Kohn,Stu
                                                                               AFD; motors; reciprocating; compressors; ASD; variable freq


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Brown & Root USA                                                                      Lorraine Padden,Prafulla
                                                                         coordination; studies; low voltage Pillai,,
Allen Bradley                                                                         Roger controls; E
                                                                         Design E; motors;Daugherty,Jeffrey Kilburn,,
                     MANUFACTURER
                                Rockwell
           Stanley Wallace; John Tsao                                                 Paul Hamer, Barry Wood,Richard Doughty, Rober
                                                                         Hot Rotors; ignition; flammable vapor
                     MANUFACTURER
           Joseph Kuczka        Killark                                               area classification
                                                                         NEC; IEC; Robert Alexander,Joop spiekermann,Joseph Kucz
                     MANUFACTURER
           Erich Heberlein      Allen Bradley                                         Richard Epperly,Lowry Eads,Erich Heberlein,
                                                                         thermography; predict; reliability; safety
Central& Southwest Services                                                           Marcus Durham,Robert Durham,,
                                                                         re-regulation; utilities
                                                                                      Mark Hodowanec,David Bezesky,,
                                                                         Field testing; motors; risk
Tycor International Corp                                                              David
                                                                         surge protection Graff,Tom Mueller,,
                       CONSULTANT
           Howard Bradfield     Bechtel                USER
                                            N.R. Rafferty     DuPont                  Ben Johnson,Richard Hulett,Howard Bradfield,N.R
                                                                         heat tracing; performance; reliability
                                                                                      Craig Wellman,Jess mcConnell,,
                                                                         safety; management
           Dough Welch USER     DuPont                                                Bill Taylor,Glenn
                                                                         splice; termination; cables Morrison,Dough Welch,
                       USER
           Robert Hughes        DuPont                                                Paul
                                                                         cable; conduit Babiarz,Bradley Delans,Robert Hughes,
                       MANUFACTURER
           Phillip Hayes        Reliance                                              Barry Wood,Dennis Horn,Phillip Hayes,
                                                                         mechanical; AFD; ASD; adjustable
                       MANUFACTURER Ross Hill
           Travis Griffith      Ansaldo                                               Dennis Voss,Jorge DiPaola,Travis Griffith,
                                                                         motors; hazardous; hostile; guide
           H.G. Sedding         Ontario Hydro Technologies
                       RESEARCH/OTHER                                                 Serge monitor; motor
                                                                         partial discharge; Tetrault,Greg Stone,H.G. Sedding,
                                                                                      Michael Martin,Bob Buell,,
                                                                         pipelines; PLC;
Lockley Engineering                                                                   Jack Leuw,Bill Lickley,,
                                                                         Supersynchronous; lci; pipeline
                       U
           Debra Lowe SER                                     LEM DyunAmp Inc James Galloway,Raymond Bernadelli,Debra Lowe
                                Occidental Ed Conroy MANUFACTURER SCR; rectifier
Union Carbide                                                                         Bruce failures
                                                                         forensic; analysis;McClung,Jose Vallejo,,
                                GE Power
           Bill Speer MANUFACTURER Control and Conversion                rectifiers Neal Eaton,George Murison,Bill Speer,
                                                                                      Stephen Kerr,,,
                                                                         motor starting
           Will McBrideUSER     ARCO                          Thermon                 mark Goodman,Juan Rodriguez,Will McBride,Pete
                                            Peter BaenMANUFACTURER heat tracing; training
US Electrical Motors                                                                  Austin Bonnett,George Soukup,,
                                                                         NEMA; MG-1; MG 1; MG1
                                                                                      Richard Buschart,,,
                                                                         dust; explosion
                                                                                      James
                                                                         OSHA; wire; cableDaly,Michael Sharkey,,
                                                                                      Mike Toney,Robbie McElveen,,
                                                                         starting; high inertia
                                Siemens
           A Bethge MANUFACTURER J. R. Weidner                Siemens                 P.K. Lo,J. T. Phillipson,A Bethge,J. R. Weidner
                                                       MANUFACTURER partial discharge; monitor
                                                                                      David Mercier,Sid ticker,,
                       MANUFACTURER
           Jerald Zacharski     Allen Bradley                                         Phil Gray,Andrew
                                                                         electronic; starter; jet pump Bagley,Jerald Zacharski,
                                                                                      Bill Finley,W.
                                                                         retrofit; pipeline; motor G. Holter,,
                       MANUFACTURER Kevin Wright
           Richard Emery        GEC Alsthom            USER              compressor drive Grieve,William Buss,Richard Emery,Kevin W
                                                              Air Products            Derek
                                                                                      Jim Dymond,,,
                                                                         sparking; discharge; synchronous; induction; motors
                       MANUFACTURER Lynn Saunders, Arthur Smith Motors, Waldemar hazard
                                Cooper
           Terry Macalady, Vincent Saporita                   General                 Bruce McClung,
                                                       RESEARCH/OTHER Arc; tests; flash; S. Nelson Robert Downey, Mary Capelli-Sch
                       MANUFACTURER Allen Bingham
           Terrance Dear        DuPont                        Bingham Consultants Richard Doughty,Thomas Neal,Terrance Dear,Alle
                                                       CONSULTANT        FRC; PPE; protective clothing; arc; exposure
           David Pace  USER     Olin Chemical                            safety;      Shahid Jamil,Landis Floyd,David Pace,
           Andrew Leoni         NEI
                       CONSULTANTElectric Power                                       John P. Nelson,P. K. digital relays; feeder
                                                                         Boolean algebra; bus protection;Sen,Andrew Leoni, protect
                       USER
           John E. Propst       Shell Oil Products Company                            David N. Bishop,David M. Jagger,John E. Propst,
                                                                         Area classification; hazardous (classified) locations; API RP5
                                M. W.
           Larry SimsCONSULTANT Kellogg                USER
                                            Robert L. Zerda              Process Industry Practices (PIP); W. Shannon,Larry Sims,Ro
                                                              Texaco, Inc.            Daleep L. Mohla,Scott Construction Industry Institu
Dow Chemical                                                                          A. Paul Gabba,James D. Hill,,
                                                                         Power system; automatic transfer; bus transfer
Square D Company                                                                      Lorraine K. Padden,George D. Gregory,,
                                                                         Instantaneous trip molded-case circuit breaker; combination m
                       MANUFACTURER
           Georges Thomasset Groupe Schneider                                         Roy E. Cosse,Terence G. Hazel,Georges Thomas
                                                                         IEC standard; circuit-breaker; short-circuit current; interruptin
                       MANUFACTURER
           Peter McKenna        GE Industrial Control                                 J. H. Dymond,Raymond Ong,Peter McKenna,
                                                                         Torque; power; current; locked rotor; saturation; subtransient
                       MANUFACTURER
           Paul Van Hoorickx Raychem Corporation                                      Jim Thompson,Ed Shuler,Paul Van Hoorickx,
                                                                         Heat tracing; optimized design; group control; reduced installa
                       MANUFACTURER                                      P            Claude Kane,Brent Lease,Alexander Golubev,
           Alexander Golubev Integrated Partial Discharge Diagnostics Inc. artial discharge; predictive maintenance; switchgear; transfo
                                                                                      Richard H. Hulett,,,
                                                                         Heat tracing; IEEE 515; harmonization; standards;
Bechtel Corporation                                                                   Howard L. Bradfield,Sunita Kulkarni,,
                                                                         ANSI; NEMA; IEC; standards;
                       RESEARCH/OTHER - Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) standards; S. Babiarz,Gerhardarea; area classification;W
                                Physikalisch
           Dr.-Ing. Hans Wehinger                                        IEC;         Paul testing; hazardous Schwarz,Dr.-Ing. Hans
                                Colt
           Ed Court CONSULTANT Engineering                                            Bill Lockley,Tim S. Driscoll,Ed Court,
                                                                         Motor repair; reliability; lubrication; bearings; reliability;
                                                                                      Marc F. Taylor,,,
                                                                         Sub-sea power supply; extremely long motor leads; medium
                       MANUFACTURER
           William Vilcheck     Cutler-Hammer                                         Gary Gates,David Shipp,William Vilcheck,
                                                                         Transient stability; coordination; motor starting; voltage dip; h
                                ABB Industrie AG
           Heinz KobiMANUFACTURER                                                     Per drive; reliability; Terens,Heinz Kobi,
                                                                         Variable speedWikstrom,Lucienmedium voltage; LCI drives;
                                                                                      Austin H. Bonnett,,,
                                                                         Motor efficiency; standards;motor torque; reliability; motor be


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                     MANUFACTURER
            Lukas Kueng           ABB Industrie AG                                        Kenneth Clarkson,Tim Trumbo,Lukas Kueng,
                                                                             Motor starting; motor torque; power factor; induction motors;
FMC Corporation Lithium Division                                                          DC bus; rectifiers; M. Urban,,
                                                                             Thyristors; Vince Scaini,Brucechopper;
Electrical Systems Analysis, Inc.                                                         Patrick factor; filtering; harmonics;
                                                                             Harmonics, power Pollock,Christopher Duffey,,
                                                                                          cells; safe work practices; NFPA 70E
                                                                             Electrolytic Samuel L. Ralston,,,
                                 Powell Electric Manufacturing Co.
                                                         Stringer Basler Electric, Inc. Donn L. Rosen,Roy E. Cosse,Jim Bowen,Norman
           Jim BowenMANUFACTURER Norman T. MANUFACTURER Static digital; static analog; electro-mechanical; protective rela
                                                                                          Jim Bowen,,,
                                                                             Commissioning; planning; OSHA; substation; safe work pract
                                 General Gregory Miranda
           Luan ManeMANUFACTURER Electric                         General Electrical power management; power system control; power m
                                                        MANUFACTURER Electric             Kenneth E. Nicholson,Richard L. Doughty,Luan M
                                                                                          John E. mist; volitility; API RP500; API RP505
                                                                             Area Classification;Propst,,,
The Okonite Company                                                                       E. J. MC cable; emi; IGBT; reflective voltage wav
                                                                             PWM; bearings;Bartolucci,Bob H. Finke,,
                       USER                  Annika Fischer
                                                        RESEARCH/OTHER PWM; IGBT; bearing current; variable speed drive; bearing;
           Tiomothy J. Cookson E. I. duPont de Nemours & Company  Purdue University       Sidney Bell,Richard A. Epperly,Tiomothy J. Cooks
                                                                                          A. short circuit current; short circuit calculations;
                                                                             Voltage drop; Wayne Ashley,,,
Square D Corporation                                                                      Chet Sandberg,Henry Zylstra,,
                                                                             Ground fault circuit breakers; ground fault protection; heat tra
                       RESEARCH/OTHER
           David Anderson        Tarus Controls                                           Marcus O. Durham,Robert A. Durham,David Ande
                                                                             Cable testing; motor testing; voltage drop;
Kato Engineering                                                                          motor repair; generator repair;
                                                                             Generator; Michael W. Wedel,Jeffre7y A. Hudson,,
Exxon Chemical Company                                                                    Philippe D'Hooghe,John
                                                                             MCC's; Smart MCC's; low voltage; T. Phillipson,,
Shell Oil Company                                                                         Bruce Campbell,Jose Galleno,,
                                                                             Motor insulation; motor loads; motor temperature rise; NEMA
           Kim EastwoodUSER                  Danny P. Liggett
                                                        USER
                                 Thermon Manufacturing Company    DuPont                  Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer,H. Landis Floyd, II,Kim
                                                                             Arc Flash; electrical safety; shock;
                       USER
           L. Bruce McClung      Union Carbide Chemicals                                  Shahid Jamil,Ray A. Jones,L. Bruce McClung,
                                                                             Electrical Safety Program
                       USER
           H. Landis Floyd, II   DuPont Engineering                                       Richard L. Doughty,Dr. Thomas e. Neal,H. Landis
                                                                             Arc burn; arc energy; arc protective clothing; PPE; incident en
                       MANUFACTURER
           Joseph H. Kuczka      Killark Electric Mfg. Co.                                Will McBride,Heinz A. Bockle,Joseph H. Kuczka,
                                                                             Area classification; zone; API RP505; NEC
                       CONSULTANT
           Donald A. Voltz       Mustang Engineering                                      Frank H. NEMA; ICEA; IEC; IEEE; UL
                                                                             AEIC; ASTM; cable; Rocchio,H. R. Stewart,Donald A. Voltz,
                                                                                          Donald W. Zipse,,,
                                                                             Charge Transfer System; dissipation array system; Franklin r
                       USER
           John J. Nichols                   Louis A. Barrios
                                                        USER                 High resistance neutral ground; ground fault indicators; zero s
                                 Wood River Refining Company Wood River Refining Company  Gary L. Skibinski,Barry M. Wood,John J. Nichols,L
           Bernd Ponick          Siemens
                       MANUFACTURER AG                                                    supersynchronous Wit,Bernd Ponick,
                                                                             LCI drives; Fritz Kleiner,Bas demotors; active magnetic bearin
                                                                                          Austin H. bearings;
                                                                             Motor failures; motorBonnett,,, shaft design; corrosion failure
                       KlausmeyerPhysikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) UL; Association Kelly,Dr.-Ing. U. Klausmeyer,W.
                                                                  Canadian PTB;           M. Brenon,P.
           Dr.-Ing. U. RESEARCH/OTHER W. Shao RESEARCH/OTHER Standards CSA; LCIE; international standards; CENELEC;Sha
                       CONSULTANT
           James McQuaker                    Kolja de &CONSULTANT Consulting NEC; CENELEC; IEC; area classification; zone; API RP
                                 Candor EngineeringRegt           KDR
                                                         Consulting Ltd.     CEC;         Marty Cole,Tim Driscoll,James McQuaker,Kolja de
           George Lobay          Canadian                                                  areas; G. Rowe,George F. Howell,George Lobay
                       RESEARCH/OTHER Explosives Research Laboratory HazardousVincenttemperature; pressure piling; flash point; e
                                                                                          David L. Swindler,,,
                                                                             Ground fault protection; ground faults; protective relays
Powell Electric Manufacturing Company                                                     protective relaying; standby generation; automatic
                                                                             Selectivity; Roy E. Cosse, Jr.,Jim Bowen,,
                       USER
           N. Kent Haggerty                  M          MANUFACTURER
                                 E. I. duPont iroslav Ristic                              Daniel Doan,Dr. John Crouse,N. Kent Haggerty,M
                                                                  GE MultilinCaptive transformer; protective relaying; motor protection; tra
                       USER
           W. E. Veerkamp        The Dow Chemical Co.                                     P. S. Maniscalco,V. Scaini,W. E. Veerkamp,
                                                                             DC; DC chopper; rectifier;
                                                                                          Jim Galloway,,,
                                                                             Harmonics; IEEE 519;
CXY Chemicals                                                                             Paul rectifier; upgrade
                                                                             Industrial power Buddingh,Jack St. Mars,,
                       RESEARCH/OTHER University RESEARCH/OTHER University motor; shaft voltage; shaft current; Rogowski transd
           R. D. Findlay         McMaster B. Szabados             McMaster Induction Raymond Ong,J. H. Dymond,R. D. Findlay,B. Sza
RADCOnsulting                                                                              static electricity; lightning A. Durham,,
                                                                             Grounding;Marcus O. Durham,Robertprotection; instrumentat
           Paul Hamer  USER                                                               Kevin 519; LCI drive;
                                 Chevron Research & Technology CompanyHarmonics; IEEEA. Puskarich,W. Edward Reid,Paul Hamer,
           Peter Linden          Linden      E. Philip USER
                       CONSULTANT ProfessionalFerber                         Pipeline Corp.
                                                                                          Ganesh Venkataramanan,Ujjal
                                                                  CNG Transmission optimization; multivariable control Basu,Peter Linden
                       Holter    Siemens
           Warren G. MANUFACTURER Energy & Automation, Inc.                               William R. Finley,Mark M. Hodowanec,Warren G.
                                                                             Motor vibration; mechanical unbalance; critical speeds; motor
                       CONSULTANT
           Richard Schmeal                   Ammi Amarnath        EPRI                    Bill Lockley,Bruce Hamilton,Richard Schmeal,Amm
                                 Gas/Electric VenturesRESEARCH/OTHER Compressor stations; compressor motors; gas compressors;
NOVA Chemicals                                                                            Dr. Robert Hanna,Scott Randall,,
                                                                             Variable frequency drive; eddy current drive; PWM;
                       MANUFACTURER Automation
           Gary L. Skibinski     Rockwell                                                 Eric J. Bulington,Scott Abney,Gary L. Skibinski,
                                                                             VFD; cable; insulation dielectric strength; reflected wave volt
                       CONSULTANT            G
           Bobby Stephenson MW Kellogg erhard Schwarz             CEAG                    CEC; zone; hazardous areas; zone;
                                                        MANUFACTURER NEC; IEC; Paul S. Babiarz,Tom Pearson,Bobby Stephenson,
                       MANUFACTURERPowerDeAlcala SER
                                 Cooper
           J. F. Witte & T. R. Day           G. Systems U                                  system reliability; McCarthy,J. F. Witte &
                                                                  PDVSA DistributionM. T. Bishop,C. A. overcurrent protection: T. R. Da
                                                                                          frequency drive;
                                                                             Adjustable Ron Carlson,,, economics; pump; energy saving
                       CONSULTANT Mahl and Associates, Inc. &W. S. Nelson and Co., Inc. M. Stone, Jr.,David N. Bishop,George J. M
           George J. Mahl        G. J.                  CONSULTANT           API RP       Francis
                                             James D. Cospolich David R. Stewart 14F; USCG; TLP; NEC;
           Steve Evon            Reliance
                       MANUFACTURER Electric                                              Gary Donner,Bill Subler,Steve Evon,
                                                                             API Standard 541; electric motors
Amoco Corporation                                                                         Travis Griffith,Michael K. Toney,,
                                                                             API RP 540; classified locations; energy efficiency; grounding
           Gina LewisUSER        Eastman Chemical Company                                 Fred M. Discenzo,Carl J. Dister,Gina Lewis,
                                                                             Intelligent motors; smart motors; asset management; machin
                                 Texas A&M
           Eric Pham RESEARCH/OTHER University                                            Keith W. Eilers,Mark Wingate,Eric Pham,
                                                                             Surge protection; MOV; transient voltage surge suppressor; E
           K. Younsi MANUFACTURERGE Canada Inc.                                           J. H. Dymond,N. partial discharge; insulation; win
                                                                             Surface discharge; tracking;Stranges,K. Younsi,
                       MANUFACTURER Robert G. MANUFACTURER Automation John A. Kay,Richard H. Paes,J. George Seggewis
           J. George Seggewiss Rockwell Automation Ellis          Rockwell Motor starting; starting methods; voltage sag; power quality; m


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           USER      Amaco Corporation C.RESEARCH/OTHER of Chicago M. Capelli-Schellpfeffer,Michael K. Toney,John H.
                                  Raphael
John H. Mitchell & Christine Kalina        Lee                          - Electrical Trauma
                                                 University Electrical safety; partnership Program
           USER
N. R. Rafferty       DuPont/Engineering                                 Daleep design; Bruce McClung,N. R. Rafferty,
                                                            Electrical safety byMohla,L.electrical hazards; inherent safety
           MANUFACTURERBussman, Inc.
                     Cooper       Vince
Terry Macalady & Kenneth Borgwald Saporita       Cooper     Current-limiting fuse; arc burn prevention; arc flash; arc burn;
                                          MANUFACTURERBussman, Inc.     Richard L. Doughty,Dr. Thomas E. Neal,Terry Mac




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one, Zone Classification, area classification, API RP 505. Electrical area classification
mparison, evaluation, modeling
 , insulation, shielding, AEIC, IEEE, NEC, CSA, NEMA/ICEA, UL
 ium Voltage Switchgear, Protection Circuits
 1910, Maintenance Practices, Continuous Supervision, Electrical Monitoring Systems
eadiness, Disaster, Hurricane, Outage, Turn Around, Project Management
Safety Machine, Non-Sparking Machine
 emperature, rotor temmperature, thermal life, insulation, service factor, IEEE 841

Quality, Cogeneration
overvoltages, system simulation
strial controls, process control
Rectifier, IGBT


ency drive, VFD

 l Methods, Cost of Heat Tracing, Ownership Cost, Artic Heat Tracing

aying, Capacitor Bank Unbalance Protection, Capacitor Bank Overcurrent Protection Schemes
 rumentation, grounding

 Temperature, Inverter-Fed, Hazardous (Classified) Area, TEFC
conversion circuit breakers retrofit circuit brakers retrofill circuit breakers
gh resistance grounding, ungrounded system, ground fault relaying

 resistant, transformer oil
FPA, NEC API, ISA, UL, intrinsic safety, zone
ents, Interruptions, Sags, Harmonics, PQ Mitigations, Static VAR Compensator

eliability, failure mode effect analysis, design for repair
 large motor, starting
nrush current, speed-torque, speed-current, test
cal standards, international standards, global standardization, IEC 60364, NEC
injury, switchgear, arcing fault

t protection, solidly grounded, impedance grounded, high resistance grounding
hing, bonding, electrode, neutral, high resistance
, electric arc flash, process safety, classified hazardous areas, safe work practices, OSHA, NFPA
Severe Duty Motor, Petrochemical Industry Motor, Motor Reliability
ection, circuit-breaker, multifunction relay, micoprocessor, electrical distribution


ansfer, AFD, medium voltage
al point clamp, series cell, reliability, reduncancy
 ric calculations

tems, motor starting, power flow, asymmetrical analysis

pper, Active Rectifier
 rmers, harmonic heating, harmonic loss factor, thermal testing, transformer specification, IEEE C57.18.10-1998


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Heating, Skin Effect Heating, Process Heating, Thermal Insulation
l Systems, Wireless Communications
racing Control, Heat Tracing Monitoring, Remote Monitoring, Internet Monitoring, IEEE 515
bar, bypass switch, arcing fault, arc proof, internal arc fault

 de, whiskers
 ity, voltage sags, site demonstration
bution system, llightning
 , software, diagnostics
stress control technology, elastomeric technology
  ociation, ICEA, AEIC, NEC, UL, NEMA, Cable standards
  motor control center, MCC, NFPA 20, UL 215, NFPA, UL
  overvoltages, harmonics, flicker, voltage sags
erature, motor protection, pulsation, MG-1
 TB, CSA, LCIE
s, converters, harmonics, losses
 temeprature rise, temperature sensors

 ty training, training
 connected equipment, safety initiatives

  classification
 , zone, area classification
ve sparking, overload protection
Standardization, Standards Process, Standards Documents
  nternational Codes and Standards, Third-Party Certifications, Conformity Assessment, Standards-Developing Organizations, Harmonization
 locations, Zone, conformity cerfiticate, Brazilian standards, IEC
cs, circuits, fields, vector algegra
mmunity, Standards, Cost Reduction

eplace, failure, modification

arings, belt load
pper, phase control, rectifier
-characteristic odd even, resonance, harmonic instability
ctor correction, phase shifting
E 515, IEEE 515.1

  offshore power generation, Gulf of Mexico deepwater power, life cycle cost, capital cost, emissions
  harmonic losses
  shaft current, mechanical stress, rotor
 lock, artificial intelligence, 3D modelling, light loss factor, microporcessor lighting control
switchgear, partial discharge calibraton, corona damage, surface tracking
duced voltage starter, medium voltage starter, switrched capacitor voltage compensation, thyristor synchronous motor starter, SCR medium
routine tests, motor performance
 ters, maintenance practices, safety
 ive, harmonics
afety, electrical switchgear, shock, arc flash
al isulation , valve heat loss, IEEE 515, IEEE 844
 r, PLC, secondary selective system, residual bus, 10-switch, group motor reacceleration
High Ambient




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 ion motor, efficiency estimation
citing current, generator, harmonics, non-linear loads, magnetic circuits, power factor, power quality, pitch factor, symmetrical components, t
cated buildings, IEC standards, GOST standards, electrical distribution
or motor, air separation plant, reactive power

afety by design, incident energy, safety study, personal protective equipment, flame resistant clothing
h protection boundary, incident energy
 system grounding, radio-frequency grounding, lightning protection grounding, signal reference structure, SRS
d area, increase safety, flameproof, converter-fed


lysis, flash protection boundary, incident energy
d system, resistance grounding, reactance grounding, single point grounded systems, solidly grounded systems stray current and stay voltag
th, multigrounded neutral distribution system, neutral
grounding, air terminals
assified areas, seals, unattended classified areas
rcing, sparking, surface temperature, rotor, stator, heaters, Class I Division 2
g, data loggin, transients, electrical disturbances
e interface, HMI, touchpanel, programmable logic controller, PLC, distributed control system, DCS, intelligent electronic device, local area ne
 switchgear, arc-resistant, vacuum circuit breaker
ing diagnostic tests, DC Hipot, AC Hipot


C37.20.1, IEC 60439-1
uit, interphase transformer
rt circuit ratio, maximum load current, voltage THD, Current THD, Current TDD, variable frequency drive, VFD
ring, lateral critical speed, ambient temperature, altitude, starting, amplification factor
uion system, plant distribution system, point of common coupling, multifunciton relays, VAR control, distributed energy resource

mpregnated, green, winding, coils, failures, finite element analysis
e, contact parting time, cable sizing, power quality, relay coordination margins, arc-flash
drive, automation
 iency, NEMA premium, EPAct, IEEE 841, die-cast copper rotor

stributed resources, IEEE standards, energy storage, applications
reliability, fault tree analysis, failure modes and effects analysis, FEMA

aerial lines, transferred earth potentials, power quality, grounding, harmonics, oil field wells
processor protection architecture
CEC, NEC CSA, UL, IEEE
ure, induction motors, high speed compressor driver, low vibration, pressurized, purged, productivity increase
 stable frequency drive
  case studies, maintenance requirements, inspection requirements

dent case histories
party auditing, safety initiatives
 lectrical safety, electrical hazards
 ry, explosion-protected
  osion protected, hazardous areas, n-pressurization, restricted breathing
  fe, CEC, NEC, nonincendive
  API RP 500, API RP 505, NEC, IEC
 ustrial, commercial, and educational facilities depend heavily on telecommunications, data, and computer networks. In many petrochemical i


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nt changes have occurred in the protection of generators in the past 10 years, which impact generators at petroleum refineries and chemical
er describes the basic functions of, and the parts that make up, the global grounding system. It discusses the destructive effects on equipme


 ery, all process units have a continuous operation. A continuous supply of electricity is important to maintain process unit operation. Voltage

 etroleum and chemical industry UPS (uninterruptible power supply) distribution systems [1] are reviewed for interrupting device selectivity du


c of how low voltage IGBT-based PWM inverters create additional insulation stress through voltage reflections (due to high dV/dt) has been d

y, most marine power systems are rated less than 600 Volts and utilize an ungrounded power distribution system. This paper discusses vario


 er discusses the lessons learned during the specification, cost estimation, design, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance
 y critical processes, the use of standby generators is common and, in some installations, may be the only means of power. The intent of this
otor users may be confused when it comes to calling out the appropriate standard or specification for their applications. Some standards are
 ochemical industry contains a variety of harsh, contaminated environments that can dramatically affect the life and performance of induction
past century the Autotransformer, or <i>Korndorfer</i> Starter has been a standard in the electrical industry. However for more than the past

 designed control equipment andconventional induction motors both require tighter tolerance levels on voltage, voltage balance and harmoni
 review of one manufacturer’s efforts toward testing NEMA low voltage motor insulation for compatibility with adjustable speed drives. PDIV (


ble lengths (1,000 ft to 15,000 ft) associated with submersible pump equipment have limited the effectiveness of using modern Variable Spee
motor repair is a significant contributor to facility operating cost. These costs are associated not only with the repair of motors. The scope and
eating, adjustable speed drive, MIE (minimum ignition energy), AIT (auto ignition temperature), LEL (lower explosive level)
 er is the sequel to a previous paper presented at the IEEE PCIC Conference in 1994 [1]. The original paper focused on the design, testing, a
er lists various factors that define the continuous rating of an adjustable speed drive. Operating scenarios are discussed that lead to requirem



ocus on measures to protect workers from the hazards related to arc flash and arc blast have resulted in an abundance of research and pub


er outlines the designs and the applications experience of special brushless synchronous motors (SBSM with constant exiting current, but se

 e auspices of the Standards Subcommittee within the Petroleum and Chemical Industry Committee (PCIC), <i>IEEE Recommended Practic
 last two code cycles, changes have been made to requirements for the installation of control circuits. These changes have made the task of
 er discusses technical and legal requirements applicable to explosion prevention in the oil industry that are enforced in several countries. It in
ective relays discussed in this paper along with individual solid-state relaying protect a 14,000 HP 4-pole compressor induction motor. All pro
 n hazardous (classified) locations poses application challenges in Class I, Division 2 areas that require improved temperature classes (T-Ra
pers in the past that have addressed issues with Zone Classified areas, have discussed the concept of the three zone classification method,
7 editions of API RP 500 and RP 505 pertaining to the classification of petroleum facilities included a new informative Annex - An Alternate M
age resistance-grounded systems may provide significant advantages to the facility in terms of system reliability and safety. However, mainte
  years much has been written about motors concerning efficiencies, vibration and resonance conditions as they relate to the American Petro
dustrial facilities utilize co-generation as a means of reducing the costs of energy purchases while providing needed resources, such as steam
 er will demonstrate, through industrial case histories, the application of current signature analysis (CSA) technology to reliably diagnose rotor


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 nsulated (MI) cable has a nonpolymeric construction that gives it some unique characteristics regarding exposure temperatures, well beyond
 ity of electricity service required by customers of all classes is increasing. This requirement for increasing quality is due to many factors, inclu
 ptic current sensor for direct currents up to 500 kA is presented. Applications include current measurement for process control and protectio
ectifiers depend on the parallel operation of significant numbers of parallel devices, either diodes or SCRs. Protection systems against casca
vice electrical power consumption at the pier side is rapidly growing and now exceeds 10MW power range on many of the latest commercial
eased focus on LNG as a vital part of the energy equation around the world has resulted in the development of new concepts for the export,
hip integrated power systems will be characterized by complex topologies of advanced power electronics and other evolving components. Ad
 l facilities are becoming more and more dependent on computer control of their processes and as a consequence require an increase in clea
  n of hydrates is a well known problem in subsea production systems for oil and gas. As the unprocessed well-stream cools down, hydrates a
 EE standards that address submersible cable testing and specification were the first standards sponsored by the PCIC. The latest editions o
ere is a great deal of emphasis on replacement of NEMA frame motors with EPAct/Premium EfficientTM motors, the vast majority of medium
 d heat exchangers are commonly used in petrochemical facilities to cool process fluids. Motors in this application will not achieve their expec
ethods can be used to start large AC induction motors. Choices such as full voltage, reduced voltage either by autotransformer or Wye – Del
  us on-line temperature monitoring provides the means to evaluate current condition of equipment and timely detect abnormality. It provides
n processes are widely used in the petrochemical industry. Extruders have to be purged first of residue before the extrusion process can beg
nery has three 5400 HP slow speed induction motors driving reciprocating compressors for a Hydrogen plant. All motors were rewound on sit
 hore Oil and Gas Industry strives to make every process safe for operators and employees. Unfortunately, it is not inconceivable that danger
 pe of compressor motor drive and electrical transmission system will be installed on a Norwegian offshore platform in the North Sea. New co
uality standards provide the basis for achieving compatibility between the characteristics of the electric supply system and end use equipmen
   Print Note [FPN] No. 1 in 2005 NEC Article 501.8 (B) [1] cautions users to <i>consider the temperature of internal and external surfaces tha
 ly, ANSI/IEEE relay current transformer (CT) sizing criteria was based on traditional symmetrical calculations usually discussed by technical
 ternational Electro-technical Commission (IEC) Technical Specification (TS)is being developed to define the requirements for qualification of
 tomation and modernization programs are now employing intranet/internet technologies in industrial control strategies. The ensuing systems
  a motor for operation on an unbalanced voltage system is still much of a black art although NEMA and IEC have generic derating charts for
mpressor Stations: The need to control power factor at large gas compressor stations has been a challenge that designers of synchronous m
res alone cannot provide an improvement in electrical safety performance. Personnel who are exposed to electrical hazards must understan
ocus has been placed on improving the reliability and safety of new equipment. This paper describes a few cost effective upgrades and retro
 l Safety and reduction of Arc Flash Hazards are a priority in the Petroleum and Chemical Industry. Due a growing need to address this critica
d EPRI in North America and CIGRE in Europe have recently published a number of documents related to the use of on-line partial discharge
  X (French acronym for Explosive Atmospheres) directive is law in Europe since the 1st of July 2003. In many ways it is a revolution from how
 er will cover the approaches to and the challenges of electrical installations for hazardous (classified) locations in petroleum and chemical pl
  tions of recent blackouts indicate that the root cause of almost all major power system disturbances is voltage collapse rather than the unde
pose of this paper is to examine the application of low-voltage circuit breakers to control energy released during an arc-flash occurrence. It co
d 1566, Standard for Performance of Adjustable Speed AC Drives Rated 375 kW and Larger, was written by users, consultants and manufac
 associated with using a portable cellular phone in a Class I, Division 2 or Zone 2 hazardous location is evaluated.&nbsp; &nbsp;Experimenta
ds for motor temperature ratings have been in existence for many years and are generally well recognized and applied by manufacturers of e
age arc flash testing has been conducted using the standard IEEE 1584 test procedure, but modified so that the electrode tips terminated in
  majority of Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC) Squirrel Cage Induction Motors in the 1 to 200 hp range installed in the Petroleum and Che
as been a push in the petrochemical industry to higher and higher efficiencies. This can be seen in the revisions to IEEE 841 which is expecte
n and synchronous motors have been used in numerous applications in the petrochemical industry for many years. They have operated in ha
 hooting resonance problems within AC induction motor systems has always presented difficult challenges for motor manufacturers and end
  ent and future market for motors places high value on operating efficiency, reliability, variable speed operation, low running temperature, qui
ority of rotating equipment applications in industry are driven by induction motors in a full voltage non-reversing (FVNR), fixed single speed se
                                                                                                   s
   rotors have an axial position called a magnetic center, which is the location where the motor’ axial magnetic forces are balanced. The mag
 l laminations used in the stator core of electric motors and generators are electrically insulated from one another to reduce eddy-current loss
nitions of rigid and flexible rotors, the rotor dynamic analysis procedure, and the design criteria defined in API (American Petroleum Institute)
 -up power is vital to most refinery and oil production processes. The environment associated with many of these back-up supplies is usually
d 1458-2005 is a new Recommended Practice that, for the first time, provides in one document the information that is necessary to select, ap
 er demonstrates the design and implementation of smart on-line fast load shedding to maintain system stability and operation when a major
 er investigates a field site phenomenon in which a large zero sequence current was found to circulate in the plant ground grid, even though t
  control systems supplied in the 1970s and 1980s were based upon analog technology. These systems typically have failures which result in



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ance functions on an aluminum producing electrolytic cell line sometimes allow personnel to bridge conductive surfaces at cell line voltage to
  ectronics Building Block (PEBB) concept is a platform-based approach where basic building blocks are consistent with one another, have a
  mercial shipbuilding industry and the U.S. Navy have decreed that the aim of the <i>All Electric Ship</i> power system design will be for surv
y’s modern offshore oil and gas platforms there are many issues that need to be considered when applying and installing wire and cable such
was conducted in an effort to determine whether electric motor energy consumption is affected by using different manufacturer’s oils for beari
st hazardous certified products, Type X, Y &amp; Z purged controllers and indicators have historically been designed and certified for use in t
  iew of shrink technologies and how they work will be presented. Different methods of electrical stress control and how they perform relative t
 er will review how the effectiveness (i.e. the ability to perform an intended function) of electrical systems can be analyzed using the technique
 mal limitations of induction motors are specified by thermal limit curves that are plots of the limiting temperature of the rotor and stator in unit
of an overall system reliability and capacity upgrade, facility management at a major refinery decided to commission site engineers to design,
  perature superconducting materials offer the capability to reduce losses in large industrial motors (greater than 1000 horsepower in rating) b
 er discusses some of the issues associated with operating a large products pipeline system, which is typically fed from multiple, very reliable
  of electric motors in Class I, Division 2 locations is a common practice in the petroleum and chemical industry. Experience has shown that in
  rst time worldwide a liquified natural gas (LNG) production unit has been equipped with &ldquo;all electric&rdquo; variable speed refrigeratio
   electrical power systems are of necessity very compact with low fault levels. Despite this limitation, modern production increasingly requires
multistage surface pumping systems have been expanding as an overwhelming choice because of simplicity of design components, cost, sys
 er will demonstrate that an improved understanding of the industrial lighting environment, and the tasks that workers have to perform in thes
 er updates an earlier report by the authors that studied electrical injuries from 1992 to 1998. The previous information is expanded and supp
  or the absence of voltage or &ldquo;Test Before Touch&rdquo; is essential to ensure electrical systems are de-energized and safe to touch
  onal starting and adjustable speed drive technologies for MW-size applications are overviewed. The latest medium voltage static frequency
ost cutting imposes ever growing pressure on manufacturers and end users. There are different approaches to reach this goal. In the past all
 er describes the tests and analysis performed on 3 x 18,000 HP purged and pressurized synchronous motors in order to comply with API 54
   past 12 years, a number of changes and enhancements have been made to the Spreadsheet Electrical Reliability Model that was introduced
 osure to hazards associated with electrical arcing phenomena, while working on energized equipment is a topic of significant interest to indus
   you do when a piece of equipment fails, a contract is breached, or a design is challenged? Engineering training is focused on how to design
  stance grounding (HRG) of 480 V to 5 kV industrial power systems increases service continuity, enhances personnel safety and reduces eq
 d medium voltage (MV) control equipment designs, including enhanced structural protection systems, have continued to evolve in support of
  an industry need for suitable methods to qualify medium- and high-voltage stator insulation systems for inverter duty applications. Technical
  ber one reason for the removal of vertical motors from service is the failure of the bearing system. These systems can be much more compl
 e applications where low current inrush and or high starting torque are specified for reducing disturbance on the electrical distribution networ
 rting raw materials and finished products by rail is essential to many industries. Rail car loading and unloading facilities for liquids, gases, an
   years, much has been written about motors concerning efficiency, vibration, and resonance conditions as they relate to the American Petrol
                                                                                  s
  mittee associated with the development of the American Petroleum Institute’ (API) Standard 541 4<sup>th</sup> Edition realizes that many
emical Industry companies utilize standards in the specification and procurement of AC motors. They may be internally developed or they ma
premium efficiency motors for the North American market are the result of focused efforts over the last decade. The advantages of using pre
 ed winding conformance test is often performed during the final acceptance test sequence for industrial motor stator insulation. The stator w
 er evaluates the advantages of using the slip-based thermal model with data collected from an actual field installation. The paper presents in
 Texaco initiated a plan in 1996 to develop the Boscan Oil Field just West of Maracaibo, Venezuela, that included the expansion and recondit
 er introduces the concept of reducing the Arc-Flash hazard in low voltage motor control assemblies. The construction requirements and fea
  hting system designs look good at the beginning, but mask deficiencies that are revealed when the lamps in the system reach the mid-point
 er investigates different transformer winding connections on industrial electrical networks. Calculation of electrical parameters such as voltag
  ce gained during the growth of a chemical manufacturing facility from a 65 MW to 170 MW load in multiple stages is presented. Large filter b
ochemical process of copper or aluminum it is necessary to have very high DC controlled currents, which are provided by thyristor rectifier-tra
  plexity of today’ ship systems exceeds capabilities of existing tools for “otal system engineering” As the power of systems increases, lower o
                  s                                                         t                          .
 vice electrical power consumption at the shore side has rapidly grown for commercial ships. The environmental impact of the pollution create
 er requirements on modern marine vessels are increasing. Many of the loads are changing from mechanical to electrical and the propulsion
he 2005 National Electrical Code<sup>&#174</sup> (NEC<sup>&#174</sup>) review cycle, a relatively simple revision was made that will h
 er re-examines some of the usual assumptions in deploying synchronous machines in multi-megawatt, high-speed applications. A viable de
  iew of shrink technologies and how they work will be presented. Different methods of electrical stress control and how they perform relative
                                                                                                                      s
 pressed concerns about using IEEE Standard C37.110-1996 (1+X/R) criteria for sizing current transformers (CT’ ) for feeder short-circuit con



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 sed coordination and protection is the normal basis for coordinating low voltage power distribution systems. Enhancements, such as zone se
 l plant engineers are required to provide safe and reliable electrical cable infrastructure that will assure maximum uptime at the lowest possib
d voltage motor starting has advantages and issues that must be understood when applying these technologies. This paper addresses these
  rent proximity probes are used extensively for monitoring shaft vibration of large motors and generators, especially those manufactured to A
  ing performance of 5-60 MW solid-pole salient synchronous motors having 4 or 6 poles is discussed. The rated performance derived by volt
  ty, firewalls, deluge systems, and fluid containment are some of the fire protection problems users face when installing mineral oil filled trans
 elopment of detailed engineering deliverables on large refinery and petrochemical projects is an activity requiring extensive effort, particularly
14C, published by the American Petroleum Institute, specifies the requirements for the analysis, design, installation and testing of surface saf
  duction of Directive 94/9/EC in Europe marked the first full-coverage analysis of all possible ignition sources. Against the background of the
 ld of large electrical machines, high-speed direct gearless drives have become the focus of increasing user interest in recent years. Their gro
motors have been successfully used in hazardous areas since the National Board of Fire Underwriters (NBFU) recognized the need for speci
  ors and their colleagues have used the methods in IEEE 1584 "Guide for Performing Arc Flash Hazard Calculations" to complete electrical h
m Hazard/Risk Evaluation is misunderstood. Some believe the procedures they have in place make up a hazard/risk evaluation. A Hazard/R
 nce with regulations or consensus codesand standards is often not sufficient to eliminate thepotential for injury or fatality from electrical sourc



 . C. BENJAMIN,,




H. N. HICKOK,,




 J. A. DARDEN,,



GWOOD, JR,,




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T. H. PUCKETT,,




 H. RUTTER,,
R. E. GROSS,G. A. SNOW,
C. WILLIAMS,,

BS,D. S. BRERETON,,




BROTHMAN,W. A. HOLZBOCK,R. L. THING




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 LINDQUIST,,

C. W. BOICE,,

 P. GERTSEN,A. B. NIEMOLLER,


L. J. VIRGILLO,,
BS,E. R. KERWIN,B. J. MULVEY,

ER,A. H. KNABLE,,

 McHENRY,,

 DUNKI-JACOBS,,



W. K. LEWRIGHT,,




 Y, JR,T. L. SCOTT,
TOS,E. DE LA GARZA, JR,,

 W. R. JONES,,

P. STEVENS,,




 E. McCALL,,




HARDS,R. F. VALOIS,




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WASHBURN,,
 COURTIN,L. U. EIDSON,

H. HENNELL,,

C. R. OLSON,,




J. CUPPLES,,

BS,C. C. YOUNG,,




McDONALD,R. A. NELSON,




 T. BYERLY,D. C. WASHBURN,




N. PATTERSON,,




 AYO,J. A. STEWART,

A. SHAFER,,




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L. U. EIDSON,,



HT,F. S. JONES,,
A. FILIPPONI,,



 F. BELLINGER,,




RD,W. E. WITHERS,


W. J. WARREN,H .E. GAVELLO,




 ,A. M. BERNARD,,




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 BOYDSTUN,J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,E. O. POTTHOFF

 STEVENSON,,



 W. SHISHAKLY,J. MOLLE,




 L. MARGESON,,

C. BUSHNELL,G. H. SILKWORTH,A. J. BAHR
 ITTENHOUSE,F. K. FOX,

. A. SHAFER,,


A. ADKISON,,



E. HALTOM,,



 E LA GARZA, JR,R. E. McCOLLUM,J. WELFORD


 LINDSETH,,


 RAZER,E. L. HATHAWAY,W. H. OSBORNE




C. J. THIESEN,,




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PETERMAN,,

 GROTTS,F. H. FOX,

N. SCHERER,,

N,J. D. JOHNSON,,




 REENWOOD,,




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SHANKLE,R. F. EDWARDS,



 .BROADWAY,,

W. SCHREMP,,




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G. R. SMITH,,




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 N,P. H. VAN WIECHEN,,
 STEWART,,
T. WAHLGREN,,




F. MERRILL,,

G. A. DEWYER,,




 P. CHUDLEIGH,,


 NENSHEIN,,




 STRATTON,,




 L. VERHIEL,,




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W. WALDRON,L. A. DAVIS,




McINTOSH,,




ORTON,F. A. LEINBERGER,




E. LONG,T. B. SMITH,



H. HENRICHS,,




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H. ST. ONGE,,

 G. WOINSKY,,
M. C. DEODATI, JR,,

 VARTANIAN,,




 A. PECORARO,,




J. DOMIANO,,




TEMPLEMAN,,



 D. QUARESMA,,
H. E. SANDER,,




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,A. A. REGOTTI,,




ELLENKAMP,,




GGS,R. PORCARO,




R. B. WEST,,

W. SWANSON,,
R. McDANIEL,,




P. J. THOMAS,,



W. CRIDER,,




R. A. ZIELKE,,




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McCLUNG,D. L. RIMMEL,




. R. MORTON,,


. R. MORTON,,




USUMOTO,W. MUMA,E. B. TURNER

. A. REGOTTI,,
M,K. ERIKSSON,,

 WADHWA,,




R,B. B. MILES,,

 . G. MORRISON,,




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 L. RIMMEL,,
WALDRON,C. L. DOWNS,S. E. ZOCHOLL

T. V. SHOCKLEY,,




 D. EDICK,E. C. LaBRUSH,




BS,R. H. KERR,,




A. L. RICHARD,,



L. E. HOCUTT,,




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 G. CRAIG, JR,C. J. PLAVONICH,G. J. MICHAELS



  G. CUMMINGS,W. J. MARTINY,
 . GATTOZZI,,




 ,W. L. SUBLER,,




R,A. L. McKEAN,M. L. SINGER,
CHWEIZER,,
R. PORCARO,,

. GEARHART,,
W. CROOK, III,,
 . A. SHORT,,


 BOYER,R. BEER,
W. E. ROGERS,,


 W. CRIDER,,




K,D. C. SINCLAIR,,

 HARBAUGH,,

 . J. MANTHE,,


 URICH,F. D. ZOLDAK,J. W. MOORE



NARD,D. E. McEACHRON,


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A. C. BRUHIN,A. WU,



 . E. HARDER,,
 QUIN,M. D. BUCKWEITZ,


 . E. ALBRIGHT,,

W. MILLS,W. G. STIFFLER,




SNIVELY,T. A. LIPO,

 E. HEWITT,,



W. SUBLER,W. E. FRASIER,



L. B. McCLUNG,J. M. VALLEJO,




F,D. W. HAMILTON,G. W. BOTTRELL
R. HARBAUGH,,



eCHIARA,J. R. CANCELOSI,
N,N. VALENTINE,,
 L. B. McCLUNG,,




WENNERSTROM,,




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 E. McCLAIN,,




 BRIED,R. D. VALENTINE,J. E. HARDER
MACKEVICH,,

K,J. C. HALL,R. C. SUTTER,


FENNER,D. D. DIAS,
. A. JARC,R. H. DAUGHERTY,

 CARLISLE,,

E. CLARK,I. E. McSHANE,K. WAKELEY
AHORKA,R. J. RISTOW,
WHITAKER,,



. WILLOUGHBY,,




NEVELSTEEN,,




. LOCKERD,,


I,H. N. HICKOK,,
,R. C. PICKETT,,
 J. GRAEFE,A. LUTZ,M. D. PANLENER


N. LABERGE,,
D. VALENTINE,,
R,R. J. GERHART,H. N. HICKOK,
E. MURISON,,




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 NICULESCU,,


J. R. DUNKI-JACOBS,R. H. KERR,
 . E. RONAT,,

J. PICKERING,,

H. HOLLENBECK,,

R. R. REGAN,,
OFFATT,L. VEGH,F. VEICHT



. KNUTSON,,


 KNUTSON,,




E. KASMER,,
VANDEVIER,,




. B. KOWTKO,,


. WESTERHOLT,,

G. W. BOTTRELL,K. N. WONG




 CABLE,Z. PECELI,J. R. ELIASON


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W. MYERS,C. J. ROBB,

 A. VOLTZ,J. H. SNOW,



NEVELSTEEN,,


 KRYZWOSINSKI,,

EN,D. L. ZIMMERMAN,,

 ,J. R. McCROSKEY,,




 G. KLOPACK,,




F. HOENIGMANN,,




 . P. CONNORS,,




 SHEPPARD,,
McSHANE,K. WAKELEY,

. KENNEDY,,


B. WACHTA,S. APPLETON,


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SS,B. ARAGON,,


BULMER,D. KELLY,


JR,D. E. RICE,,



L. BECNEL,E. F. MERRILL,



 ER,T. RUSSELL,G. DONNER
CARRERA,H. A. FLECK,S. RUBINO
 ABKOWSKI,,




 R. BARTOLOMUCCI,,


 A. STEWART,,




D. FINNEY,D. DAVIDSON,


WN,J. E. WALSH,,
 GUNDERSON,R. QUARESMA,




. GALLANT,,
RAMAKUMAR,,




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 BARTHELD,,

 L. B. McCLUNG,,


 C. SOUKUP,,
BS,B. P. LAM,R. P. STRATFORD,


,G. E. HEBERLEIN, JR,,
 D. C. GRANT,L. B. McCLUNG,




 . LeCOMPTE, JR,,

STRATFORD,,


H. CASHMORE,,
 R. LOCKERD,,
K. MAREFAT,D. ZACHARIAH,


 R,C. W. BROWN,,

 . WICKISER,,

O. K. HUNG,S. W. HAGEMOEN,


 T. F. LEEDY,,
 E. PROPST,,
 O. DURHAM,,
 E. COSSE, JR,,

CHINZINGER,S. ANSUJ,
,C. K. DUFFEY,,



TOURNEAU,R. E. SCHRADER,
S,A. E. EFTHYMIADIS,,


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W. WEBEL,,


J. RUSCHEL,,


. J. KEDROSKY,,

HOLMES,K. McCOY,H. KOPPITSCH

 E. DYE,V. J. IONATA,J. A. WIRANT

URKAYASTHA,,




CATLETT,J. E. PROPST,
N MUSIL,M. UTECHT,


. A. CLAUSING,,
S,O. E. ROENNSPIESS,J. A. GUERRA,
L. HAYNES,S. V. LAURENTS,
 A. CASTRO,,
,J. F. WOLFINGER,,

 T. WOODS,,


LOCKERD,J. F. LEA,




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 GRAINGER,,
T. STEWART, JR.,,
GAVENDER,,

R. BRANDELL,B. L. EISENRICH,L. Y. YU

P. J. SAVOIE,,


  RAFFERTY,JAMES D. LYONS,
 KENNETH E. BOW,JOSEPH H. SNOW,
 . BRUCE MCCLUNG,JURGEN BREDTHAUER,
 C.H. WENNERSTROM,,

UER,L.B. MCCLUNG,DALEEP C. MOHLA,
A. EPPERLY,R.A. JONES,
 RRETT S. YARBROUGH,,




N,J.H. HOLDREGE,,


N,BOB ECKERT,,

 H. MUSTERER,,
COHEN,A.C. MILLER,


EN,MICHAEL J. STUBIN,,

 CHMITT,B.J. EASTLUND,
LEY,PATRICK W. ABSHIRE,DANIEL J. HOGE,
 NDAHL,GERALD E. JURCZYNSKI,ROGER ZELL,


 ER,EDWARD J. OCOBOC JR.,,
EN,NORMAN MORISHIGE,KAI RAMSING,


 ON,DAVID LYON,,
R.J. ARHART,,
EY,KIRK ARMITOR,,


TER,LARRY M. BENKE,,
 RS,GERD BOYSON,MICHAEL MANTHE,
 N,BRADLEY R. NEWMAN,T.W. OLSEN,
WFORD,DAVID G. CLARK,RICHARD L. DOUGHTY,




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RL F. MONGOMERY,JAMES S. LEAK,
 AIN,T.E. MCDERMOTT,

RD,HYDE M. MERRILL,CHRISTOPHER K. DUFFEY,

OB HOLMES,,



 ,JAMES R. VINCENT,,
 ,JOSEPH H. SNOW,DONALD A. VOLTZ,
MAKER,CHRISTINE M. BATES,,
 JOHN P. NELSON,,

N,DENTON C. ROWE,,

 MILLER,A.H. HOPMANN,

CHARLES W. BROWN,GARY D. CLARK,
JANDRAIN,,,

RRY SIELING,,
D LEDENHAFT,,
,FRED L. MESSEC,,
F L. HENRIKS,,


BS,C. E. DAVIS,,

KALKSTEIN,,

AVID N. BISHOP,FREDERICK BRIED,
SENGUPTA,,
ICHARD L. DOUGHTY,H. LANDIS FLOYD,

.H. KUCZKA,,
EN,KAI RAMSIG,CHARLES CAI,
 KEITH A. BROWN,FARROKH SHOKOOH,

URTH,J.T. PHILLIPSON,
A,PETER BULMER,RASUL KOHISTANI,

N C. JOHNSON,THOMAS K. GUTHRIE,


,DONALD A. VOLTZ,,
.H. KUCK,K.R. BANNER,
RY,DAVID W. PETRO,,
ODD BRASTETTER,WALTER DINKINS,
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 LER,JOHN H. KASSEBAUM,RAY P. STRATFORD,
GER,JACK P. LEUW,,
RONE,MILES C. GRIGGS,MAURIZIO BRESSANI,


FRED ABOODY,,
DONALD SHAW,PHILIPPE WAKED,


MICHAEL B. BYKOWSKI,,
 HART,JOSEPH H. KUCZKA,,
TES,ANNE P. STUBLEN,,
S D. HILL,MIKE P. PETERSON,

UER,RICHARD L. DOUGHTY,ROBERT J. PUCKETT,




WFORD,RICAHRD A. EPPERLY,HOWARD G. MURPHY,
ERBERT CHEUNG,JEFF MAZEREEUW,
ER,CARL J. FREDERICKS,,

 ,FRED L. MESSEC,,
 I,JOHN A. PARASKIEWICZ,,

GER,ROY C. SPENCER,,
COOK,F. HEREDOS,
ANT,C.K. DUFFEY,

 DAVID P. MYERS,INC\,,
FLORYANCIC,,
OGER A. BRYANT,,
 . MATHEWSON,,


HARD G. PASQUALONE,,
R,CHET E. DAVID,,
WILLIAM BOLIN,,
A,JACK LUSCOMBE,,

 AM,ROBERT A. DURHAM,,

 RAMACHANDRAN,,
 .L. DOUGHTY,R.A. EPPERLY,
ZIPSE,R. BUSCHART,
RSEN,MANGUS DALVA,,
 ,L. BRUCE MC CLUNG,JOSE M. VALLEJO,STANLEY J. WELLS


 JOSEPH H. KUCZKA,VINCENT G. ROWE,


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R,LORRAINE K. PADDEN, P.E., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANT,,
NTE,A. WAYNE ASHLEY,,
EEP MOHLA,LARRY ROBICHEAUX,RAY JONES
 MENDIS,J. F. WHITE,K. L. LEIX
ONN L. ROSEN,SUKANTA SENGUPTA,


 SEDDING,M. COSTELLO,
BANGE,JOE FOREMAN,

,CHARLES CAI,ROY BECK,
AUER,NORBERT STRUCK,,


 A,CARL FREDERICKS,WAYNE WIELEBSKI,
 R,KENNETH E. BOW,JOSEPH H. SNOW,

K,NEIL LEGGE,,
 AM,DAVID H. NEUROTH,KAVEG ASHENAYI,
 TZ,AMY FRERE,,
LEY,WAYNE WHARRAN,TIM S. DRISCOLL,
RAOUL L. WOOD,,

 WOOD,J.J. MCCLURG,
W. JURCHUK,,
 WILLIAM T. OBERLE,JOHN H. DULAS,
 EIN ,JR.,JACK A. HIGGINS,RICHARD A. EPPERLY,
 BISHOP,J.C. HURST,
AN,JAMES W. BOWMAN,ROBERT H. CRISTOPHER,
 PFERRER,M. TONER,R.C. LEE,
KSTEIN,RICHARD L. DOUGHTY,ALFRED E. PAULLIN,

CRIAG M. WELLMAN,STEVEN KELL,TERRY LANGSTON



 Y,FREDERICK HOADLEY,RICHARD PIEFER,
 CHERI L. OLSEN,GREG D. HARTZO,FRED R. SZENASI
 GARY DONNER,BANAFSHEH KALHORI,GEORGE D. GREGORY
DLER,PAUL SCHWARTZ,PAUL S. HAMER,S. R. LAMBERT

 HEREDOS,,
AUM,RICHARD A. KOCKEN,,
WAY,VINCENT J. SAPORITA,,
 KIMBERLY A. DALEY,,
R,LORRAINE K. PADDEN,,
 AM,ROBERT A. DURHAM,,

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AVID J. LAWRENCE,,

H,H. L. BRADFIELD, BECHTEL CORP.,,


NDEZ,BARRY A. BRADLEY,RONALD W. CROOKE,ERIC B. FAULKNER
 ILLIAM SUBLER,,
N,JEFFREY A. HUDSON,,
ANE L. MILLER,,



ES,L. B. MC CLUNG,
 II,BRIAN J. NENNINGER,,
. LEWIS,J. L. RECCHIUTI,
Kuczka,Vince Rowe,
 Liggett,Craig Wellman,

 ,Robert Durham,,

Paul House,Dale hallerburg,

Glew,Roger Regan,
s,Gary Skivinski,Steve Evon,David Kempkes
 l Hamer,Darrell Morrison, Jim Nessa,Jason Rigsby


ert Alexander,,



 Robert Ellis,,


eve Rockco,Michael Bykowski,
agan,Malcolm Cameroni,
 endis,JF Witte,Paul Myers
othy Malone,John Crouse,
 er Buttle,Bruce Campbell,Ara Kulidjian, Marzio Pozzuoli
 Lowe,Stanley Wallace,
  Fass,Charles Kirk,
 fsheh Kalhori,,
ald Kliman,Subhash Patel,

J. Erickson,A.E. Jones,N.R. Rafferty
 ill Wooton,Jun Qiu,


len Bingham,Richard Doughty,
pfeffer,Raphael Lee,Mehmet Toner,Kenneth Dillar

 e Seggewiss,George Kohn,Stu Mugford


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effrey Kilburn,,
Wood,Richard Doughty, Robert Gravell, Richard Hasty,Stanley Wallace; John Tsao,
oop spiekermann,Joseph Kuczka,
wry Eads,Erich Heberlein,
 bert Durham,,
 avid Bezesky,,

 rd Hulett,Howard Bradfield,N.R. Rafferty
s mcConnell,,
orrison,Dough Welch,
 y Delans,Robert Hughes,
  Horn,Phillip Hayes,
 DiPaola,Travis Griffith,
g Stone,H.G. Sedding,


aymond Bernadelli,Debra Lowe,Ed Conroy

 Murison,Bill Speer,

an Rodriguez,Will McBride,Peter Baen
 rge Soukup,,



son,A Bethge,J. R. Weidner

 agley,Jerald Zacharski,

 m Buss,Richard Emery,Kevin Wright

 bert Downey, Mary Capelli-Schellpfeffer, Shahid Jamil,Ray Jones, Danny Liggett,Terry Macalady, Vincent Saporita,Lynn Saunders, Arthur Sm
homas Neal,Terrance Dear,Allen Bingham
s Floyd,David Pace,
K. Sen,Andrew Leoni,
 vid M. Jagger,John E. Propst,
 ott W. Shannon,Larry Sims,Robert L. Zerda

 ,George D. Gregory,,
nce G. Hazel,Georges Thomasset,
mond Ong,Peter McKenna,
Shuler,Paul Van Hoorickx,
 Lease,Alexander Golubev,

,Sunita Kulkarni,,
hard Schwarz,Dr.-Ing. Hans Wehinger,
Driscoll,Ed Court,

Shipp,William Vilcheck,
 n Terens,Heinz Kobi,




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Tim Trumbo,Lukas Kueng,

 stopher Duffey,,

 E. Cosse,Jim Bowen,Norman T. Stringer

on,Richard L. Doughty,Luan Mane,Gregory Miranda


 A. Epperly,Tiomothy J. Cookson,Annika Fischer


 Robert A. Durham,David Anderson,
Jeffre7y A. Hudson,,
John T. Phillipson,,

pfeffer,H. Landis Floyd, II,Kim Eastwood,Danny P. Liggett
. Jones,L. Bruce McClung,
Dr. Thomas e. Neal,H. Landis Floyd, II,
A. Bockle,Joseph H. Kuczka,
. R. Stewart,Donald A. Voltz,

arry M. Wood,John J. Nichols,Louis A. Barrios
 Wit,Bernd Ponick,

Dr.-Ing. U. Klausmeyer,W. Shao
 coll,James McQuaker,Kolja de Regt
eorge F. Howell,George Lobay,


hn Crouse,N. Kent Haggerty,Miroslav Ristic
 Scaini,W. E. Veerkamp,


  Dymond,R. D. Findlay,B. Szabados
 Robert A. Durham,,
 W. Edward Reid,Paul Hamer,
 manan,Ujjal Basu,Peter Linden,E. Philip Ferber
 ark M. Hodowanec,Warren G. Holter,
Hamilton,Richard Schmeal,Ammi Amarnath
 cott Randall,,
 ott Abney,Gary L. Skibinski,
m Pearson,Bobby Stephenson,Gerhard Schwarz
McCarthy,J. F. Witte & T. R. Day,G. DeAlcala

r.,David N. Bishop,George J. Mahl,James D. Cospolich & David R. Stewart
 bler,Steve Evon,
ael K. Toney,,
 arl J. Dister,Gina Lewis,
k Wingate,Eric Pham,
ranges,K. Younsi,
d H. Paes,J. George Seggewiss,Robert G. Ellis


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uce McClung,N. R. Rafferty,
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 or, symmetrical components, total harmonic distortion, THD, transformer




ms stray current and stay voltage




electronic device, local area network, LAN, supervisory control and data acquisions, SCADA, personal computer, PC




d energy resource




works. In many petrochemical installations, the functions of all three types of facilities are combined into one location. These facilities often ex


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oleum refineries and chemical plants. This paper discusses these changes as well as the risks of not addressing them. It specifically addres
destructive effects on equipment and the danger to human life presented by the existence of high-frequency lightning-surge currents in the e


rocess unit operation. Voltage sag due to faults in the power supply system or motors reacceleration may result in costly shutdown if motors

nterrupting device selectivity during short-circuit conditions. When selectivity is not achieved, alternative solutions are proposed. Distribution s


 (due to high dV/dt) has been documented for several years [1-5]. This paper first explains and summarizes the basic causes and effects of

em. This paper discusses various types of system grounding, grounding practices and characteristics of each and shows why high resistance


 g, operation and maintenance of an electrical system on a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) offshore platform. The FPSO
ans of power. The intent of this paper is to address additional considerations when applying non-linear loads such as adjustable speed drives
 lications. Some standards are better suited to certain applications than others. By thoroughly understanding what each specification was dev
  and performance of induction motors. When employed in these types of environments, Weather Protected Type II and Totally Enclosed Fan
 owever for more than the past thirty years the autotransformer starter has been experiencing unexplained <i>High Voltage Stress</i> failures

, voltage balance and harmonic pollution level than is currently available on traditional distribution systems. There are new devices that can b
djustable speed drives. PDIV (Partial Discharge Inception Voltage) measurements were selected as a tool to evaluate the future performanc


of using modern Variable Speed Drives (VSD) due to reflected wave voltage spikes associated with the drive switching voltage transitions. In
epair of motors. The scope and quality of repair also has an effect on operating costs, both from the standpoint of reliability and uptime as we

cused on the design, testing, and commissioning of the 15 000 hp adjustable speed drive (ASD) system. This paper describes the operating
discussed that lead to requirements for temporary overload capability. Specification of adjustable speed drive overloads is addressed along w



bundance of research and published papers on this topic. Updated arc flash calculation methods have recently been developed. This paper p


constant exiting current, but selfstabilizing cos phi ≈1) for special use in oilfield pumps. The studies begun in the former USSR and covers th

 >IEEE Recommended Practice 303 Auxiliary Devices for Rotating Electrical Machines in Class I, Division 2 and Zone 2 Locations</i> has be
  hanges have made the task of installing control circuits from PLC and DCS systems even more difficult than they were in the past. This pape
 forced in several countries. It includes requirements of the European Directive ATEX 137, which is applicable to end users, and related pract
pressor induction motor. All protection is located in an outdoor breaker cubicle located at a Gulf coast petrochemical plant without the benefit
ved temperature classes (T-Ratings or T-Codes). For instance, oil refineries classify numerous areas with a T3 temperature class rating. A 7
ee zone classification method, the merits of the methods of Explosion Protection (EEx/AEx) developed for use in these areas or some experi
  mative Annex - An Alternate Method for Area Classification.<br>The intent of this paper is to go beyond the development of the alternate me
 ty and safety. However, maintenance of these systems is more complex than for solidly grounded wye systems and improper first-fault isolat
ey relate to the American Petroleum Institutes (API) Standard 541 and motor diagnostics. Most of these papers and articles assume that the
  eded resources, such as steam, to their production process. On large power systems where only a portion of the facilities electrical load is g
  ology to reliably diagnose rotor winding problems in squirrel cage motors. Many traditional CSA methods result in false alarms and/or misdia


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sure temperatures, well beyond polymeric materials. These characteristics make it an attractive solution for certain heat tracing applications.
 lity is due to many factors, including increasing sensitivity of the devices used by customers and their awareness of the impacts of small varia
r process control and protection in the electrowinning industry, for example at aluminum smelters. The sensor offers significant advantages w
  tection systems against cascading failure range from periodic visual inspection of an indicating system, to a wide variety of automatic alarm/
 many of the latest commercial ships. Short circuit current interruption capability of the switchgear and cables servicing the ship load at the po
 f new concepts for the export, reception, storage, and vaporization of LNG. The offshore located Gravity Based Structures significantly differ
other evolving components. Advanced capabilities, such as intelligent reconfiguration of system function and connectivity will be possible, ho
ence require an increase in cleanliness and reliability of the electrical power supply system. Electromechanical subsystems are being replace
  stream cools down, hydrates are formed at temperatures up to 25<sup>o</sup>C depending on the water cut and pressure inside the pipeli
 the PCIC. The latest editions of these standards have been completely rewritten to reflect newer technology. This paper will cover the history
  rs, the vast majority of medium-voltage motors in use today fall outside the scope of EPAct. Many of these machines offer considerable oppo
  ion will not achieve their expected service life if special precautions aren’t taken in their construction and application. Many forced and induc
  autotransformer or Wye – Delta, a soft starter, or usage of an adjustable speed drive can all have potential advantages and trade offs. Redu
detect abnormality. It provides information on the energized equipment’s response to normal and emergency conditions. On-line temperature
  the extrusion process can begin. This extruder purging and subsequent starting process is known as purgestart. Quite often the initial purge
 All motors were rewound on site over a period 1998-2002 using magnetic wedges as per the original design and the motor protection was up
s not inconceivable that dangerous life threatening conditions present themselves. Should an undesirable condition occur, it is ultimately the
 tform in the North Sea. New compressors are required to compensate the declining reservoir pressure and boost the gas capacity through th
 system and end use equipment. They provide the methods for evaluating performance, define equipment requirements, and outline relative
ernal and external surfaces that may be exposed to the flammable atmosphere</i> when putting a motor into service in a Class I, Division 2 e
usually discussed by technical articles and manufacturers' guidelines. In 1996, IEEE Standard C37.110-1996 [1] introduced (1 + X/R) offset m
equirements for qualification of insulation systems to be used in machines supplied by voltage converters. Currently being prepared, it is muc
rategies. The ensuing systems are a mixture of state-of-the-art and legacy installations and create challenges in the implementation and enfo
ave generic derating charts for this application. Numerous papers have been written in an attempt to provide a theory for this operating mode
at designers of synchronous motor controller have struggled with and have not solved. This paper discusses an innovative method of control
ctrical hazards must understand the basics of electrical hazards and safe work practices in order to implement the procedures. Training and
 st effective upgrades and retrofits for existing electrical systems which can improve maintenance effectiveness, reduce process down-time, l
  ing need to address this critical concern, a wide variety of products, designs, and system modifications are available today from electrical eq
   use of on-line partial discharge (PD) detection systems on rotating electrical machines as a diagnostic tool for monitoring the condition of sta
 ways it is a revolution from how directives have been written in the past. References to European standards (CENELEC) have been eliminat
s in petroleum and chemical plants in the USA and in Europe. Contrasts and comparisons of the Division and Zone methods of classification
e collapse rather than the underfrequency conditions prevalent in the blackouts of the 1960s and 1970s. This paper explores the nature of rec
 g an arc-flash occurrence. It contrasts arc-flash incident energy values obtained by calculation with values obtained by direct testing. It exam
sers, consultants and manufacturers to provide a common performance standard for large adjustable speed AC drives. The standard is a sta
  ed.&nbsp; &nbsp;Experimental trials were performed on a representative sample of commercial grade cellular phones using the guidelines p
   applied by manufacturers of electric motors and experienced users.&nbsp; However, there are also frequent misunderstandings about the b
he electrode tips terminated in an insulating barrier instead of in the open air. The barrier prevents downwards arc motion, has a stabilizing e
alled in the Petroleum and Chemical industries are NEMA “ ”frames built prior to 1992, NEMA “ ”frames built in accordance with the Energy P
                                                                T                                     T
  s to IEEE 841 which is expected to push to NEMA premium as the standard sometime in the near future. Leading motor manufacturers have
ears. They have operated in hazardous areas designated as Class 1, Division 1 / Zone 1 or Class 1, Division 2 / Zone 2. Safety standards go
                                                                                                                      s
 motor manufacturers and end users alike. Often the changes in structural stiffness from a motor manufacturer’ rigid foundation to a less stif
n, low running temperature, quiet operation, and low cost. Permanent magnet (PM) motors are now able to meet these market expectations a
g (FVNR), fixed single speed set up. Certain applications involve driven equipment with high inertia driven by large and expensive motors rate
  forces are balanced. The magnitude of these axial magnetic forces that hold the rotor in this position can vary greatly depending on the mac
her to reduce eddy-current losses. When a bearing failure results in friction between the rotor and stator, or a ground fault occurs, lamination
  American Petroleum Institute) standard 541 are reviewed and compared to API 684. The definition of the quasi-flexible rotor is introduced, a
 se back-up supplies is usually aggressive. If the battery were to fail, the results would be costly. This type of problem is avoidable through the
   that is necessary to select, apply, and maintain (determine the remaining life of) molded case circuit breakers. The document also provides
  y and operation when a major generating unit is suddenly tripped. The design stage included load flow and transient stability study cases to d
  ant ground grid, even though the main supply transformer was ungrounded. The magnetically induced ground current is explained and seen
 ly have failures which result in longer down times since components are either not available, are obsolete or need to be repaired. Tolerance



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   surfaces at cell line voltage to ground, creating the possibility of electric shock or even electrocution. The aluminum smelting industry uses v
stent with one another, have a defined functionality &amp; standardized hardware and control interfaces. Adoption of building block(s) that ca
  r system design will be for survivability and continuity of electrical power supply. In general, ship service electric power and electric propulsio
d installing wire and cable such as type of circuit required (ie. normal, emergency, UPS, DC, etc.), the electrical and mechanical performance
                     s                                                     s
ent manufacturer’ oils for bearing lubrication as some manufacturer’ may claim. Longevity, lubricity, and other characteristics of lubrication w
 signed and certified for use in the countries where they originated or intended to be used. This practice has required the individual specifying
and how they perform relative to terminations and splices will be discussed. Specific considerations for both terminations and splices will also
  e analyzed using the technique of Layer of Protection Analysis (LOPA). LOPA is a process currently in use to determine if instrumented syst
  e of the rotor and stator in units of I<sup>2</sup>t. This paper discusses the thermal protection provided by rotor and stator thermal models
 ssion site engineers to design, startup, and commission a grass roots 230 kV-13.8 kV 40 MVA spot network substation. The management di
 n 1000 horsepower in rating) by 50%. This loss reduction can be accompanied by an overall motor size reduction. The application of high tem
  fed from multiple, very reliable, utility owned electric systems, temporarily on distributed generation. As a result of hurricane Katrina, the hea
 . Experience has shown that induction motors do not normally provide sources of ignition for the combustible vapors that may occasionally b
quo; variable speed refrigeration compressor drivers in ratings of 32 and 65 MW. These compressor strings have been successfully load per
roduction increasingly requires high power electric motors as a clean and cost effective alternative to other forms of prime mover. In order to
  design components, cost, system efficiency, maintenance, versatility of applications, and reliability to move fluids with higher volumes at hig
 orkers have to perform in these environments, may improve safety and health performance. It will show how Occupational Health &amp; Sa
 rmation is expanded and supplemented with fatal and nonfatal injury rates and trends through 2002. Injury numbers and rates were used to
e-energized and safe to touch before electrical maintenance or system modifications are initiated. While this task may appear simple and ro
  dium voltage static frequency converter technologies are summarized and it is shown that some topologies can eliminate most disadvantage
o reach this goal. In the past all efforts resulted in the same basic conclusions since safety and reliabilty must never be compromised. The co
  in order to comply with API 546 Standard requirements. These tests are even more important if considered that these motors will be being s
 bility Model that was introduced at the 1994 PCIC conference. Several papers have been written since then addressing some of the changes
 c of significant interest to industrial plant personnel. This paper provides an overview of the current arc flash standards, focusing on the meth
ng is focused on how to design or analyze a piece of equipment, but seldom involves skills necessary to resolve disputes or discrepancies. O
 rsonnel safety and reduces equipment damage when a ground fault occurs. HRG allows maintenance personnel to quickly and safely locate
 ntinued to evolve in support of improved personnel protection. Recent changes to some standards, such as the NFPA-70E; have emphasize
er duty applications. Technical Specification (TS) IEC 60034-18-42 is being written to address the unique requirements of form-wound micac
 ems can be much more complicated than those used in hori-zontal motors. The purpose of this paper is to present the various bearing syste
he electrical distribution network. There are also situations where it is required to successfully start large AC motors at reduced voltage cond
g facilities for liquids, gases, and solids may have fire and explosion risks and must be designed to eliminate ignition sources. The rail lines s
 y relate to the American Petroleum Institute’s (API) Standard 541 and motor diagnostics. Most of these papers and articles assume that the
sup> Edition realizes that many individuals working with this standard may not have experience or knowledge of motor theory, operation and
  nternally developed or they may be based on standards developed by industry associations. This paper will identify and focus primarily on th
e. The advantages of using premium efficiency motors have been discussed and well documented. The United States Energy Policy Act of 1
   stator insulation. The stator winding is first completely soaked with water, then receives a 10-minute insulation resistance (IR<sub>10</sub>
  allation. The paper presents information on motor starts before and after installation of the new motor protection technology. Improvement c
 ed the expansion and reconditioning of the existing 24 kV distribution system in order to assure a reliable service for the new and existing we
struction requirements and feature set will be identified and discussed. This is particularly important on use and maintenance of equipment i
he system reach the mid-point of lighting system life. Good lighting design is further challenging when the area is a hazardous (or classified)
  ical parameters such as voltage, current and KVA for various winding types are derived mathematically. “ hase multiplication”is an effective
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ages is presented. Large filter banks are required to control harmonic current and provide reactive power compensation for the rectifiers that
provided by thyristor rectifier-transformer units. Due to the large DC load current, several thyristors must be connected in parallel in each sec
 r of systems increases, lower order effects have substantial amounts of energy and that cannot be ignored. Converters in the 10’s of megawa
al impact of the pollution created while at berth has many ports restricting the operation of on-board generators. Shutting off these on-board g
 to electrical and the propulsion system are becoming all electric. Traditional low voltage 480V systems do not have the ratings to handle the
e revision was made that will have a significant impact on the cathodic protection systems of petroleum and chemical facilities (plants) in the
 peed applications. A viable design is presented with a focus on rotor capability and cooling system performance that can operate at common
  and how they perform relative to terminations and splices will be discussed. Specific considerations for both terminations and splices will als
     s
CT’ ) for feeder short-circuit conditions [1]. Part II introduces an overview of relay filter algorithms, and proposes responsibilities of the IEEE P



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nhancements, such as zone selective interlocking and bus differential protection, may be used to accelerate protective devices. However, the
 um uptime at the lowest possible cost. As electric systems age and the availability of maintenance crews decrease, reliability of the entire sy
s. This paper addresses these considerations on primary reactor, autotransformer, star delta and solid-state reduced voltage starters.
 cially those manufactured to American Petroleum Institute specifications [1] [2]. It is important to minimize proximity probe track runout, whic
ed performance derived by voltage-scaling from reduced-voltage factory tests, is compared against onsite measurements and rated-voltage f
 installing mineral oil filled transformers. Aging substation infrastructure, environmental protection, and resource sustainability are other growi
 ng extensive effort, particularly for electrical heat tracing (EHT). In the past, EHT systems have required an intensive effort involving manuall
 ation and testing of surface safety systems for offshore production platforms. While the document is a "recommended practice", adherence t
Against the background of the well-known standards for electrical equipment, an additional series of standards EN 13463-x was hurriedly cre
terest in recent years. Their growing popularity can be attributed to the enhanced efficiency and improved plant availability that are character
  recognized the need for special means of protection in 1905. Successor to the NBFU, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) crea
 ations" to complete electrical hazard assessments for over 90 industrial sites, from small warehouse and office facilities to large chemical pl
rd/risk evaluation. A Hazard/Risk Evaluation is a thought process. Many have struggled with how to address the requirement for an evaluati
y or fatality from electrical sources.Recently available data on the scope of electrical incidentsunderscores the need to revisit the strategic adv




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cation. These facilities often experience problems with signal quality and noise on communication lines because of the proximity of high-spe


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ing them. It specifically addresses the risks in seven functional areas where 20+ year old generator protection is inadequate. These areas in
ghtning-surge currents in the earth or ground. Emphasis is on the important role of the global grounding system in minimizing the attendant h


ult in costly shutdown if motors driving essential loads stop during these voltages disturbances resulting mainly from contactor drop or tripping

 ns are proposed. Distribution system selectivity comparisons are performed for standard circuit breaker panelboards, fuse panelboards and


 e basic causes and effects of the high dV/dt environment. Second, the methodologies of various approaches to solutions are critically review

and shows why high resistance grounding (HRG) should be adopted as a standard for ships The grounding of medium voltage systems is di


 ) offshore platform. The FPSO has a design capacity of 150,000 barrel per day and contains 93 MW of power generation capacity and assoc
uch as adjustable speed drives on generator supplied distribution networks due to generator limitations and inherent characteristics. Integrati
 hat each specification was developed for, the most appropriate standard can be chosen. This paper discusses the IEEE 841-2001, API 541
ype II and Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled motor performance will vary due to differences in their construction and operation. Historically, the ind
High Voltage Stress</i> failures in typical applications. These failures have been reported on 2,400-volt starters from South America to 11,00

here are new devices that can be used that allow tighter tolerances. A review of the current methods of achieving regulated, balanced voltage
evaluate the future performance of the stator insulation system to resist deterioration by the drives. PDIV measurement is explained in terms


switching voltage transitions. In the past, drives used external filters, inductors and conditioners to keep from damaging cable and motor insu
t of reliability and uptime as well as energy cost. Unfortunately electric motor repair is not well understood or managed as well as it should be

paper describes the operating experience of this ASD system during its first ten years of service. Several unplanned trips of the ASD, two fa
overloads is addressed along with methods that can be employed to avoid overloads. Common industrial machines are categorized accordin



y been developed. This paper provides specific examples from petrochemical, automotive, and pharmaceutical arc flash studies of the challe


he former USSR and covers the following issues:<br>1) the severe duties and the main demands of mechanisms on the oil and gas industri

nd Zone 2 Locations</i> has been radically updated to address worldwide requirements. Originally US based, this document is now expande
hey were in the past. This paper will outline the changes and their impact. The paper will make suggestions on how to install control circuits t
to end users, and related practices documented by experienced professionals in this field.
 mical plant without the benefit of HVAC. The protection scheme was designed so that all fault types and abnormal operating conditions are p
3 temperature class rating. A 70-watt (W) high pressure sodium (HPS) light source achieves this rating. The often-preferred wattage of 100 o
 in these areas or some experience with such installations. It is a large jump to decide to design and install a Zone Classified electrical instal
evelopment of the alternate method and provide some insight and ideas on the application of the alternate method.<br>The paper will briefly
 s and improper first-fault isolation and lack of timely repair may present a risk to the facility. Identifying the location of ground faults within the
s and articles assume that the reader has significant knowledge of motor theory and operation. However, this assumption is overly optimistic
the facilities electrical load is generated by the cogeneration process there is a risk that one or more power sources may be lost without warn
lt in false alarms and/or misdiagnosis of healthy machines due to the presence of current components in the broken cage winding frequency


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 rtain heat tracing applications. This paper will address those characteristics that require consideration in the design and applications of MI he
  ss of the impacts of small variations in the quality of the electricity supply. In the early 1990s, EPRI initiated a project called the Distribution P
  offers significant advantages with regard to performance and ease of installation compared to state-of-the art Hall effect based current trans
  ide variety of automatic alarm/trip systems. Historically, many of these systems have experienced cascading failures in spite of these system
  ervicing the ship load at the port dictate the use of medium voltage power distribution systems at voltages from 5 to 21 kV range. Many of th
 d Structures significantly differ from historical methods of cryogenic gas storages, and therefore the heating systems have to be carefully eva
  onnectivity will be possible, however, system level knowledge of component failure will be needed for intelligent power distribution under failu
  subsystems are being replaced by electronic logic. Harmonic interference, welding, variable speed drives and other <i>in plant</i> noise hav
 t and pressure inside the pipeline. Several options are available to solve this problem. Traditionally, chemicals (methanol) have been used. M
This paper will cover the history of the standards, as well as an overview of the technical aspects of the three standards. Surprisingly, the late
achines offer considerable opportunities to enhance performance during future rewinds.<br>This paper will focus on practical measures to im
  cation. Many forced and induced draft air cooled heat exchangers are built per API Standard 661. While this standard does give specification
dvantages and trade offs. Reduced voltage starting can lower the starting torque and help prevent damage to the load. Additionally, power fac
  onditions. On-line temperature monitoring helps to coordinate equipment specifications and ratings with specific application, to determine the
art. Quite often the initial purge-start is unsuccessful and hence multiple starts are required on the main motor.<br>This paper analyzes the d
 nd the motor protection was upgraded to microprocessor type relays. In summer 2003 it was noted that the motors suffered substantial loss
dition occur, it is ultimately the operator’s responsibility to ensure personnel are notified and steps are taken to convey this alert for appropria
 ost the gas capacity through the pipelines to mainland. The variable speed drive systems consist of two 56 kilovolts, 40 MW synchronous ca
uirements, and outline relative responsibilities. This paper describes the status of important power quality standards around the world and pre
service in a Class I, Division 2 environment. Thus it is critical that manufacturers and users of industrial electric motors understand that intern
  1] introduced (1 + X/R) offset multiplying, current asymmetry and current distortion factors; officially changing the CT sizing guideline. A critic
 rently being prepared, it is much more inclusive than NEMA MG-1 part 31 (Definite-Purpose Inverter-Fed Polyphase Motors). [1] Once appro
 in the implementation and enforcement of security measures. Control system intrusions can cause environmental damage, safety risks, poo
   theory for this operating mode and the losses that may be generated. This paper will discuss the instrumentation and testing of a 4-pole 150
  n innovative method of controlling average power factor.
   the procedures. Training and qualifying your employees on these issues can be difficult and confusing. This paper will outline a process for
 s, reduce process down-time, limit physical exposure to hazards, and improve personnel safety. A typical power system comprised of a high
 ailable today from electrical equipment manufacturers. Various standards committees are addressing the issue by establishing new guideline
    monitoring the condition of stator winding insulation during operation. This paper will present the most recent developments related to IEEE
CENELEC) have been eliminated (new approach concept) and the directive is now open to any well established standards including also non
 Zone methods of classification and installation, as well as IEC and NEC wiring methods will be made.
  aper explores the nature of recent power system blackouts (2003 east coast, 1996 California and others) and explains why voltage is the lea
 ained by direct testing. It examines values at low fault current levels where long duration events may be expected. It also reviews the protecti
AC drives. The standard is a stand alone document which lists the performance requirements of all aspects of an adjustable speed drive syst
 r phones using the guidelines provided in ISA-RP12.12.03-2002 <i>Recommended Practice for Portable Electronic Products Suitable for Us
 misunderstandings about the basic motor ratings and capabilities resulting from the application of these standards.&nbsp; This paper attemp
  arc motion, has a stabilizing effect on the arcs, and produces a strong horizontal plasma cloud flow.&nbsp; It also produces shorter arc leng
    accordance with the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (commonly referred to as EPAct motors) and the NEMA PremiumTM motors, introduced afte
 ding motor manufacturers have been motivated by these industry- driven efficiency improvements to investigate the optimization of manufact
   / Zone 2. Safety standards governing the use of motors in these hazardous areas have been developed by various national and internationa
 r’s rigid foundation to a less stiff field base can produce drastically different vibration performance. In most cases a structural natural frequenc
  et these market expectations across an increasing range of ratings. Compared to the prolific induction motor, PM motors provide the attribut
arge and expensive motors rated for several thousand horsepower. Such motors fall into the API 541 category of special design. The electric
   greatly depending on the machine size, speed, electromagnetic configuration and mechanical geometry. Very little research has focused on
ground fault occurs, laminations are often fused together. Since traditional methods of core repair are labor-intensive, even moderate core da
 si-flexible rotor is introduced, as it is not covered by the standards. The influence on critical speeds and response to unbalance of the param
 roblem is avoidable through the application of an alternative class of battery. This is but one aspect for consideration when selecting batterie
s. The document also provides information on the basics of circuit breaker design, and presents a detailed procedure to determine when mol
  nsient stability study cases to determine system stability limits, transient frequency variation curves and transient voltage profiles. Numerous
   current is explained and seen to be influenced by cable geometry and operating characteristics of non-linear power converters. Finite Eleme
 eed to be repaired. Tolerance degradation of these components contributes to problems such as loss of regulation accuracy or the malfunct



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minum smelting industry uses various types of cell line grounding devices for personnel protection from these hazards. This paper presents a
  tion of building block(s) that can be used for multiple applications, results in high volume production, reduced engineering effort, design testi
 ic power and electric propulsion power requirements are approaching hundreds of megawatts. There are major challenges to the use of stan
 l and mechanical performance, installation parameters, fire properties and regulatory compliance.<br>This paper will discuss these issues a
   characteristics of lubrication were not tested for. Two test motors were employed: one with split sleeve bearings and oil-ring sump lubricatio
 quired the individual specifying or purchasing the equipment to select controllers and indicators which meet the certification requirements for
 rminations and splices will also be addressed.
 determine if instrumented systems are effective in reducing possible risks from the release of hazardous chemicals. This technique can be u
 otor and stator thermal models defined by the thermal limit curves and supporting motor data. The thermal model is the time-discrete form o
 ubstation. The management directive was to complete a &ldquo;flawless&rdquo; startup and commissioning of the substation. A flawless sta
 tion. The application of high temperature superconductors in high horsepower electric motors is described and the potential benefits of these
 lt of hurricane Katrina, the heart of the pipeline system was disabled by the loss of 13 pump stations over a contiguous 200-mile stretch. This
vapors that may occasionally be present. The application of adjustable speed drives (ASDs) introduces power that is not purely sinusoidal tha
ave been successfully load performance tested and will commence actual service in 2006/2007. The focus of this initial paper is on the rotor
 ms of prime mover. In order to start such motors on a small power system necessitates equipment that is reliable, compact, cost&ndash;effe
uids with higher volumes at higher pressures. For over 10 years, Kerr-McGee has used these pumps to inject fluids for water floods, disposa
 Occupational Health &amp; Safety and the Illumination Engineering Society (IES) safe lighting conditions and standards are often misinterpr
mbers and rates were used to compare and trend electrical injury experience for various groups and categories. This information allowed ide
 ask may appear simple and routine, one large chemical company found that a thorough test for the absence of voltage involves more than ju
an eliminate most disadvantages associated with conventional technologies. Application examples including reactor, motor generator, and loa
never be compromised. The conventional approaches often meant that either expensive equipment or costly maintenance procedures had to
 at these motors will be being supplied power from an adjustable speed drive that will vary the motor speed from 1260 up to 1890 rpm on offs
ddressing some of the changes. Papers have also been written related to the application of the Spreadsheet methodology to the IEEE Gold B
 tandards, focusing on the methods used to calculate incident energy levels in a system. A thorough sensitivity analysis of the arc flash haza
 e disputes or discrepancies. Occasionally things go awry. There are at least 10 issues that impact the decision to proceed with a failure case
 nel to quickly and safely locate a ground fault while avoiding unscheduled downtime. An abundance of literature has been published on HRG
 e NFPA-70E; have emphasized the need to look for improved safety compliance to mitigating the risks associated with the operation and ma
 irements of form-wound micaceous systems to withstand inverter pulses, characterized by elevated voltage, fast rise times, and high frequen
esent the various bearing systems used on vertical motors and the reasons why these systems can fail prematurely. Suggestions will be give
motors at reduced voltage conditions when only one substation transformer of a double-ended transformer is in service at petrochemical plan
  nition sources. The rail lines supporting cars at these stations may extend for miles outside of the process area and can conduct electrical e
 s and articles assume that the reader has significant knowledge of motor theory and operation. However, this assumption is overly optimistic
 of motor theory, operation and testing. For this reason the Standard includes a design guide to assist with the decision making process. This
 entify and focus primarily on the three most commonly used industry standards for induction motors. As there is overlap in the scope of thes
 d States Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct) legislation and the Canadian Energy Efficiency Act, along with the implementation of NEMA Prem
 n resistance (IR<sub>10</sub>) measurement, followed by a 60-second high potential (hipot) test at 1.15 times rated line-to-line voltage (V<
 on technology. Improvement claims are based on the first order thermal model, enhanced with the calculation of slip and rotor resistance to
  ice for the new and existing wells. About 75% of the southern field production uses Electrical Submersible Pumps (ESP) while the remainde
nd maintenance of equipment in facilities. Arc-flash test procedures and results will be discussed. Testing includes the requirements to prev
a is a hazardous (or classified) area. Because a luminaire is considered an ignition source, it is essential to consider proper temperature and
  e multiplication”is an effective harmonic mitigation technique using phase-shifting transformers. The design of a specified phase-shifting ang
pensation for the rectifiers that energize the chemical process. As the load grows and the filters become large, utility generated harmonics ar
onnected in parallel in each secondary phase. It is very important to operate with a symmetrical distribution of current in paralleled thyristors.
                      s
onverters in the 10’ of megawatt range can produce 100’s of kilowatts of losses in the form of heat, electro-magnetic interference (EMI), and
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s. Shutting off these on-board generators and supplying ship’ power from the shore power system can reduce the air pollution emissions. W
   have the ratings to handle these large power requirements. This requires power to be generated at higher voltages, typically 4,160 volts, 6,6
hemical facilities (plants) in the future. The 2005 NEC now makes it clear that there must be an interconnection of all concrete-encased stee
 ce that can operate at common gas turbine speeds and power ratings. The models used in the analysis are validated with a similar topology
 erminations and splices will also be addressed.
es responsibilities of the IEEE Power System Relay Committee (PSRC), operating company and engineering company electrical power engin



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 otective devices. However, these improvements may be costly, difficult to implement, and may not function as expected using commonly av
rease, reliability of the entire system is at risk. To ensure continued reliability, industrial sites are engaged in the decision process to either re
educed voltage starters.
ximity probe track runout, which is also known as slow roll runout, so as to minimize the measurement error when monitoring and diagnosing
asurements and rated-voltage factory tests. Issues addressed by the paper are the need for: accurate but practical measurement methods, in
 e sustainability are other growing issues. To address these concerns, natural ester fluids are being utilized for their superior fire, environmen
 ensive effort involving manually selecting correct heat tracing and accessories, as well as presentations of the heat trace design data and la
mended practice", adherence to its recommendations in U.S. waters is mandated by regulatory requirements. In short, API RP 14C identifie
s EN 13463-x was hurriedly created that takes the new aspects into account while relying on the successful application of existing types of pr
 t availability that are characteristic of gearless drives. These motors are especially popular for use as compressor drives in the power range
 ction Association (NFPA) created regulations for Division 1 and Division 2 in the United States1947 National Electric Code (NEC)[1]. Thus, f
 e facilities to large chemical plants. This paper provides analysis of the results of those assessments, with an emphasis on the safety impro
 he requirement for an evaluation contained in NFPA<sup>&reg;</sup> 70E [1]. Many believe that Risk Management meets this requiremen
need to revisit the strategic advantages tobe gained through implementation of human factorsprinciples across engineering and managemen




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is inadequate. These areas include sensitive ground fault protection, unbalanced current protection, field ground fault protection, overexcitat
m in minimizing the attendant hazardous voltage gradients that occur in the ground surface. The effect of 60-Hz frequency ground-fault curre


  from contactor drop or tripping of adjustable speed drive. This paper considers two action lines. The first one approaches the sensitivity of c

 boards, fuse panelboards and custom panelboards utilizing hydraulic-magnetic circuit breakers. When remote panels are implemented, app


 to solutions are critically reviewed. Finally, standards (such as NEMA MG1, parts 30, 31) [6] have attempted to partially address this issue. H

 medium voltage systems is discussed since many newer ships have medium voltage systems to meet electric propulsion requirements. Thi


 generation capacity and associated distribution and electrical loads. The lessons learned are applicable to other offshore facilities, zoned fac
herent characteristics. Integration and regulation issues will also be discussed.<br>The paper focuses on diesel powered synchronous gener
s the IEEE 841-2001, API 541 4th edition, and API 547 standards, and provides guidance as to the applicability of each.
d operation. Historically, the industry has used a mixture of these enclosures in motors from 250 to 2000 HP. This paper will examine the diff
s from South America to 11,000-volt starters in the North Sea. In most cases the Zero Tap or the turns close to the Zero tap are involved in t

ng regulated, balanced voltage on 600V distribution systems is provided. New configurations of conventional transformer connections, comb
surement is explained in terms of procedure and accuracy. Data is presented from tests made on motors from several prominent manufactu


damaging cable and motor insulation. Extra costs associated with this equipment, as well as the custom use, limit the overall effectiveness.V
managed as well as it should be. Historically motor repair has been looked at with a rather narrow focus. Repair quickly at a reasonable cost,

 lanned trips of the ASD, two failures of the input transformer, failure of the motor lead cables, and overheating of the motor that led to its eve
 hines are categorized according to their overload requirements, and application exception examples are provided. General requirements for



al arc flash studies of the challenges encountered when designing, operating, and maintaining facility electrical systems to limit arc flash dang


sms on the oil and gas industries field equipment;<br>2) technical and economical substantiation of the replacement of distant sucker-rod oil

this document is now expanded to include the Canadian Electrical Code, International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), European Comm
n how to install control circuits to be in compliance with the current requirements. The paper will also make recommendations on changes to

 rmal operating conditions are properly detected and cleared. The installation includes unique protection functions for locked rotor protection,
  ten-preferred wattage of 100 or 150 typically obtains a T2A or T2B rating. The following pages explore the uses of restricted breathing to ach
Zone Classified electrical installation based on the content of these papers. Presented here is a guideline for developing a design for facilities
 thod.<br>The paper will briefly cover the history behind the development of the alternate method. It will then review the application of the me
ation of ground faults within the distribution system is the main problem. We describe a new way to detect which feeder has been faulted in a
assumption is overly optimistic, considering that only a few colleges teach motor theory today and that application experience at motor user l
 urces may be lost without warning. Such a loss can create instability in the power system and often results a complete power loss in the enti
  roken cage winding frequency domain that are not the result of such defects. Such components can result from operating conditions and dri


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esign and applications of MI heating cable.
project called the Distribution Power Quality (DPQ) Project, which resulted in power quality monitoring at 277 distribution sites statistically cho
 Hall effect based current transducers. The sensor exploits the Faraday effect in an optical fiber and measures the path integral of the magne
 ailures in spite of these systems, sometimes with catastrophic results. Many times, these failures occur only after many years of trouble free
m 5 to 21 kV range. Many of the high power medium voltage electrical loads must operate during unloading and loading of the docked ships.
ystems have to be carefully evaluated and selected as its purpose and design differs from that of traditional land-based cryogenic tank base
nt power distribution under failure mode conditions. Diagnostic and prognostic coverage for sensors, components, and subsystems will be es
  other <i>in plant</i> noise have reliable mitigation procedures. However, lightning and other external sourced power disturbances rank high
  (methanol) have been used. Methanol reduces the critical temperature where hydrates are formed. Alternatively, hydrates can be prevented
 tandards. Surprisingly, the latest revision of these three standards was the most difficult to gain approval. Because of issues that arose durin
 us on practical measures to improve the performance (reliability and efficiency) of existing form-wound motors.<br>Some of these opportun
 tandard does give specifications defining electric motor drivers, the section is brief and does not adequately outline all necessary considerat
 he load. Additionally, power factor correction capacitors can be used to reduce the current, but care must be taken to size them properly. Us
fic application, to determine the real limits of the monitored equipment and to optimize facility operations. Wireless technique eliminates any
 <br>This paper analyzes the detrimental effects of multiple purgestarts on an 8000HP Induction motor used for Extruder application. Various
otors suffered substantial loss of slot magnetic wedges and had to be scheduled for re-wedging over 2004-2005. The paper presents failure
  convey this alert for appropriate action. While some incidents require little intervention, others may escalate to a call for evacuation of the fa
ovolts, 40 MW synchronous cable wound motors and two directly connected high voltage direct current transmission lines, which are powere
dards around the world and presents a roadmap for ongoing standards development.
c motors understand that internal peak temperatures exceed the external peak temperatures. This paper presents three common IEEE 1349
 the CT sizing guideline. A critical concern is the performance of fast protective schemes (instantaneous or differential elements) during seve
 phase Motors). [1] Once approved, it will significantly influence the development of applicable North American specifications. The TS defines
 ntal damage, safety risks, poor quality and lost production.<br>This paper presents methods to determine and reduce the vulnerability of ne
tion and testing of a 4-pole 1500 hp induction motor that was tested at three different levels of unbalanced voltage. Results will be presented

 aper will outline a process for training employees on electrical safety issues. The paper will define <i>qualified</i> in terms that will satisfy th
 er system comprised of a high voltage substation, medium voltage switchgear, and low voltage switchgear, has many attributes that are pron
 e by establishing new guidelines and standards such as IEEE P1584, [1] aimed at limiting arc flash burns. The differences among the variou
  developments related to IEEE1434, CIGRE Report 226 and results of EPRI studies/reports such as <i>Partial Discharge and Electromagne
 d standards including also non European standards for equipment used in explosive atmospheres. Since many countries outside of Europe

  explains why voltage is the leading edge indicator of impending power system collapse. The paper discusses the need to use voltage — we     as
 ted. It also reviews the protection afforded by current-limiting circuit breakers. The paper concludes with an overall discussion of circuit break
 an adjustable speed drive system. It includes data sheets for the purchaser and the user plus some tutorial information. It is expected that th
 tronic Products Suitable for Use in Class I and II, Division 2, Class I Zone 2 and Class III, Division 1 and 2 Hazardous (Classified) Locations<
 ards.&nbsp; This paper attempts to offer a clear presentation of the basic temperature classifications of the primary motor standards in NEM
 also produces shorter arc lengths, higher arcing currents and higher maximum incident energy density, when compared with the standard ar
miumTM motors, introduced after the year 2000, which exceed the EPAct efficiency standards.<br>All three types are available in accordance
 te the optimization of manufacturing processes and designs to further improve 3&#934; induction motor efficiencies.<br>It ’s very important to
arious national and international authorities with the goal of making the use of motors as safe as possible. Since market forces increasingly m
 es a structural natural frequency of a motor or foundation that coincides with a motor forcing function will provide detrimental results to the m
  PM motors provide the attributes of efficiency, reliability, etc, plus have the additional advantages of higher power density, superior power fa
  of special design. The electrical engineer representing the equipment purchaser and end user has the responsibility to specify the motor pe
y little research has focused on this phenomenon and other issues that can cause weak magnetic centers, floating magnetic centers and mu
 ensive, even moderate core damage may preclude economical repair in the few percent of motor failures with significant core damage. Ther
 nse to unbalance of the parameters in the rotor bearing system including foundation stiffness, bearing support structure stiffness, bearing oil
 eration when selecting batteries. The authors will review real life scenarios of wrong choices and offer alternative solutions. The intent of the
 cedure to determine when molded case circuit breakers must be replaced.
 ent voltage profiles. Numerous outage scenarios that cover all possible operating conditions are simulated and key system stability paramete
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 power converters. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) models of various cable geometry’ are generated with their respective Impedance Couplin
 ation accuracy or the malfunctioning gate firing circuits leading to potentially heavy production losses. This makes it difficult to run the plant e



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hazards. This paper presents a methodology, fault tree analysis, to determine if two types of cell line grounding devices will provide adequate
 engineering effort, design testing, onsite installation and maintenance work.<br>ONR has funded several universities and manufacturers to u
or challenges to the use of standard cable at medium voltage levels onboard due to cable stiffness, and cable bend radius requirements for d
 per will discuss these issues as they relate to the electrical, instrument, and process and safety systems found on the floating platform. Spec
ngs and oil-ring sump lubrication, the second using anti-friction rolling element bearings with pure mist lubrication. A standard reference oil wa
 e certification requirements for the country in which it will be installed. This paper presents a summary of the requirements for purging as a m

micals. This technique can be used to evaluate mandatory protection of electrical systems, non-mandatory protection of electrical systems, a
  del is the time-discrete form of the differential equation for temperature rise due to current and is derived from fundamental principles as sho
of the substation. A flawless startup was important to management because a functional failure in a main electrical substation was unaccepta
d the potential benefits of these motors are discussed. The economic viability of high temperature superconducting based electric motors for
 ntiguous 200-mile stretch. This paper describes the paths taken to re-energize the pump stations using multiple 2000 kW diesel generators
  that is not purely sinusoidal that will cause the motors to run at higher temperatures than on pure sine-wave power. The need for further eva
  his initial paper is on the rotor dynamic aspects of the high speed brushless synchronous motors. In a subsequent second part, after the Ham
able, compact, cost&ndash;effective and designed with the system in mind. This paper sets out the main design criteria that need to be satisf
  fluids for water floods, disposal, and pipeline oil pumping offshore Gulf of Mexico from all of the deepwater spars. The multistage surface p
 standards are often misinterpreted or ignored and the effects this may have. The paper will describe how industrial lighting systems are desi
 s. This information allowed identification of at-risk groups that could most benefit from effective electrical safety interventions. The data pres
  f voltage involves more than just a single test, and can sometimes be complex. This paper explores many of the subtle details that must be
  actor, motor generator, and load commutated inverter starting are described.<br>Technology now exists with MW power ratings producing a
maintenance procedures had to be used in hazardous areas. Now fresh ideas have lead to new solutions which suddenly seem so obvious bu
 m 1260 up to 1890 rpm on offshore platforms.
methodology to the IEEE Gold Book standard network. This paper will briefly review the history of the Spreadsheet modeling technique, and r
y analysis of the arc flash hazard incident energy calculations currently adopted by the IEEE 1584 standard leads to some possible conserva
 n to proceed with a failure case: Objective, Ethics, People, Time, Money, Technology, Quality, Safety, Environment, and Legal. The impact o
  e has been published on HRG practices since the mid-1970s. Recent years have seen increased application and misapplication of transient
 ated with the operation and maintenance of electrical equipment. The requirements for employee safe work practices have all targeted reduc
 ast rise times, and high frequency impulse repetition rates. These machines do not operate under the same ageing conditions as those supp
 turely. Suggestions will be given for extending the bearing life including how to specify these bearings and their accessories correctly. The sc
n service at petrochemical plants. The latter condition requires the motors to draw lower inrush current while producing high starting torque. T
ea and can conduct electrical energy into the process area due to remote lightning strikes, downed power lines in contact with the track, and
   assumption is overly optimistic, considering that only a few colleges teach motor theory today and that application experience at motor user
 decision making process. This paper further addresses the testing requirements of the standard by explaining when and why these tests are
   is overlap in the scope of these three standards, the paper explains their separate scopes and offers a guide to selecting and applying them
 implementation of NEMA Premium<sup>&reg;</sup> efficiency levels in North America, have led to North American leadership on motor en
es rated line-to-line voltage (V<sub>LL</sub>). A 1-minute insulation resistance (IR<sub>1</sub>) test is performed immediately after the hi-
   of slip and rotor resistance to improve accuracy of its starting element. This improved accuracy calculates more precise per-unit rotor tem-p
  mps (ESP) while the remainder uses Beam Pumps and Progressive Cavity Pumps (PCP). All of the ESPs and PCPs, and some of the Beam
 ludes the requirements to prevent an arc-flash hazard when using low voltage motor control assemblies. The test results will demonstrate th
onsider proper temperature and at the same time, to maintain sufficient light in hazardous areas. New protection methods and new technolo
   a specified phase-shifting angle and calculation of voltage and current distribution in a polygon winding are proposed. Commonly used trans
   utility generated harmonics are drawn into the filters resulting in difficulties complying with IEEE 519. The large size of the filters creates volt
current in paralleled thyristors. The distribution of current between paralleled thyristors also depends on rectifier layout. Even more, current d
                                                                 s
agnetic interference (EMI), and mechanical vibration. Today’ designer must take into account these interactions, as well as predict many oth
   the air pollution emissions. With the development of medium voltage power plugs and receptacle assemblies, cold ironing projects for large
  ltages, typically 4,160 volts, 6,600 volts or above. These voltages require medium voltage rated switchgear. Presently, commercial marine
 n of all concrete-encased steel reinforcing bar (rebar) to the facility grounding electrode system. For facilities using copper grounding electro
 alidated with a similar topology machine, albeit a higher speed and lower power than the proposed design.

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 expected using commonly available technology. Nevertheless, the potential benefit of fault clearing speed and selectivity are more valued in
he decision process to either replace the cable, which is very costly, or repair it at discrete locations to extend its life. Engineers assigned thi

 hen monitoring and diagnosing vibration. Customer specifications strive to reduce the slow roll runout in order to improve the reliability of the
 tical measurement methods, individual focus upon the average and the pulsating torques, stringent test floors procedures (when collecting r
r their superior fire, environmental, and life extension properties. Natural ester fluid offers the highest fire-point of any insulating fluid at 360°C
  heat trace design data and layouts based on piping isometrics.
  In short, API RP 14C identifies the minimum amount of safety devices to be installed to protect personnel, the environment, and the produc
 plication of existing types of protection. In nearly all cases, the equipment contains both electrical and non-electrical ignition sources. Accord
ssor drives in the power range from 5 MW to 100 MW at speeds of between 3,600 rpm and 15,000 rpm. While the synchronous machine has
Electric Code (NEC)[1]. Thus, for over 60 years, large fabricated frame motors have been manufactured that are compliant with the requirem
  emphasis on the safety improvements that were made in design, work practices, and application of personal protective equipment. Modifyin
 gement meets this requirement. This paper will provide one definition for what a Hazard/Risk Evaluation is and one method for performing a
s engineering and management processes.This review provides historical, regulatory, andcontemporary perspectives on human factors in el




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und fault protection, overexcitation protection, inadvertent (accidental) generator energizing protection and highspeed loss of field protection.
Hz frequency ground-fault current in seeking a path in closest proximity to the outgoing power conductors within its ground-fault island is asse


 approaches the sensitivity of critical electrical equipment to voltage sags while the second discusses systems exposed to sag and service co

 panels are implemented, application considerations include oversizing feeder cables or using step-up/step-down transformers. To determin


o partially address this issue. However, there are still some areas which require important clarification. This paper makes the case for what c

c propulsion requirements. This paper will first discuss the theory and practices of system grounding in general terms. Next, existing standar


her offshore facilities, zoned facilities, facilities in a marine environment and other existing or planned, large, industrial facilities with substanti
el powered synchronous generator applications per the authors’ experience. Items such as power factor correction capacitors, harmonic filte

This paper will examine the differences in operation, maintenance, and the effects of contaminated environments as they relate to life cycle c
o the Zero tap are involved in the failure. This paper discusses the failure mode and the corrective action that prevents <i>High Voltage Stre

 ransformer connections, combined with low current control and regulation, offer simple, highly efficient and cost effective solutions for voltag
  several prominent manufacturers.


 mit the overall effectiveness.Variable Sine-wave Generation (VSG) technology has been developed to overcome these load-side limitations,
 r quickly at a reasonable cost, and getting the machine back in service has been the primary concern. The purpose of this paper is to provid

 of the motor that led to its eventual replacement are discussed. The incidents are described, the root causes are examined, the corrective m
ded. General requirements for adjustable speed drive overload capability, as defined in NEMA and IEC standards, are reviewed and compar



 systems to limit arc flash dangers. It details common industry design and operating practices that yield high arc flash energy values. It offers


 ement of distant sucker-rod oil pumps (SRP) induction motors (IM) with the SBSM, reliable like IM, as a measure for saving energy, improvin

ission (IEC), European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization (CENELEC) and Standards Australia/New Zealand (AN/NZS) regulat
ommendations on changes to the National Electrical Code (NEC)[1] that would make the requirements more easily understood and make th

ons for locked rotor protection, blown fuse detection, customized logic for the upstream breaker tripping, customized relay display, and condi
es of restricted breathing to achieve a T3 rating. This maintains the proper approvals for safety, while producing cost savings associated with
eveloping a design for facilities classified by the three zone method, as allowed in the U.S. by NEC (NFPA 70) Article 505. It is intended to he
eview the application of the method to specific sources of release and compare the results with other methods of evaluation such as the conv
ch feeder has been faulted in a lineup of low-voltage switchgear protected via the <i>single-processor concept for protection and control of ci
tion experience at motor user locations has been reduced in recent years.
 omplete power loss in the entire facility. To reduce this risk, a system is needed that will sense the pending loss of utility power or co-genera
 m operating conditions and drive components such as mechanical load fluctuations, speed reducing gearboxes, etc. Due to theoretical adva


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distribution sites statistically chosen throughout the United States to gain valuable knowledge regarding the frequency and severity of power q
   the path integral of the magnetic field along a closed loop around the current-carrying bus bars. The differential magneto-optic phase shift o
  fter many years of trouble free operation, when personnel fully aware of the system are no longer available.<br>This paper will attempt to sim
  d loading of the docked ships. At the same time Environment protection regulations in many sea ports (California’s largest ports are example
nd-based cryogenic tank base heating systems. This paper offers a brief review of design fundamentals and will refer to the latest tools in de
ents, and subsystems will be essential for achieving reliability goals. This paper will look at some diagnostic requirements and emerging tech
   power disturbances rank high on the list of <i>uncontrollable</i> events that have shut down facilities in recent years.<br>This paper provid
 ely, hydrates can be prevented using thermal insulation in combination with additional heating. In this approach the well-stream is kept above
 ause of issues that arose during balloting, the IEEE has changed its policy so that standards can now have dual metric/English units.
 s.<br>Some of these opportunities can be capitalized on during the course of a repair, by optimizing the winding design, with little additional e
 utline all necessary considerations for successful motor use. Furthermore, many air cooled heat exchangers are built with stock motors that
 aken to size them properly. Usage of the wrong capacitors can lead to significant damage. Choosing the proper starting method for a motor
  less technique eliminates any need for special cables and wires with lower installation costs then other types of online condition monitoring e
 or Extruder application. Various cases of multiple purge-starts are analyzed with the motor assumed to be under various initial conditions suc
 05. The paper presents failure analysis, field measurements covering heat run test results, motor performance and vibration analysis before
o a call for evacuation of the facility. From process upsets to fire and gas detection alarm events to facility abandonment, it is essential emplo
mission lines, which are powered from mainland. The electrical drive system will increase and secure the gas production at a higher efficiency

ents three common IEEE 1349 [2] test methods used by manufacturers to determine these internal peak temperatures. Potential test method
 erential elements) during severe saturation of low ratio CTs. Will the instantaneous element operate before the upstream breaker relay trips?
  specifications. The TS defines qualification and acceptance tests for inverter duty motor insulation systems It applies to random wound and
d reduce the vulnerability of networked control systems to unintended and malicious intrusions. The procedure for conducting a thorough ass
 age. Results will be presented on the stator and rotor heating, the speed-torque and locked rotor performance as well as noise, vibration and

  </i> in terms that will satisfy the requirements of OSHA[1] and NFPA 70E[2]. The paper will also define the steps to meet the requirements o
  s many attributes that are prone to failure and misoperation. These common features in existing systems can be unsafe since failures and m
e differences among the various standards have forced the power distribution engineer to consider and evaluate various standards to determ
 l Discharge and Electromagnetic Interference On-line Testing of Turbinedriven Generator Stator Windings</i> and <i>Advanced Electric Mot
ny countries outside of Europe are strongly influenced by European directives, the consequences of this new directive are very far reaching.<

  the need to use voltage — well as frequency— decide when to separate from the utility system and transfer industrial system load to internal
                           as                     to
 erall discussion of circuit breaker applications for arc flash energy reduction.
 ormation. It is expected that the use of the standard will lead to less confusion and work in selection of drives, plus eventually a more durable
zardous (Classified) Locations</i>[1]. The ignition risks are subsequently classified according to a framework ranking system for ignition sour
 imary motor standards in NEMA [1] and IEC [2]. These building blocks of motor design will be correlated to application issues to provide an i
 compared with the standard arrangement presently used. Erosion of the copper electrodes is much higher when a barrier is used which caus
 es are available in accordance with the IEEE 841 Recommended Practice and Standards.<br>The most obvious difference in these three g
 ncies.<br>It ’s very important to make it fully understood to the industrial users, how losses are generated and to identify the levers that reduc
ce market forces increasingly make the initial sale price of a motor a key factor in the buying decision, a clear understanding of the selection
 de detrimental results to the motor vibration. Many times the effects of undesirable system resonances may be detected after the motor has
 wer density, superior power factor (low current), low rotor temperature, and synchronous operation. Advancement in magnet technologies al
nsibility to specify the motor performance requirements, evaluate motors offered by suppliers as part of rotating equipment bids, and after pu
ating magnetic centers and multiple magnetic centers. This paper presents comparisons of calculated and tested data to describe the axial m
  significant core damage. There is a new process that can restore the coreplate without dismantling the core, saving labor and eliminating th
  structure stiffness, bearing oil film characteristics and shaft design are analyzed for each type of rotor. The advantages and disadvantages o
 ve solutions. The intent of the Paper is to offer suggestion when selecting batteries so as to avoid dramatic repercussions.

 d key system stability parameters are identified. A fast load shedding priority list has been provided by system operations and has been inclu
 respective Impedance Coupling Matrix models that are further embedded into a circuit simulator program to determine induced ground curre
  kes it difficult to run the plant economically and is unsafe for operating people. Modern control systems are quite comprehensive, which pose



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g devices will provide adequate protection for personnel from electrocution.
 ersities and manufacturers to utilize PEBB concept for a broad range of applications. This paper describes the evolution of PEBB from conc
bend radius requirements for distributing very high current around the ship. This paper examines the practical design and installation benefit
d on the floating platform. Specifically,<ol><li>medium voltage power</li><li>low voltage power and control</li><li>including DC and UPS circ
on. A standard reference oil was used between the two, as well as oils from a variety of leading manufacturers. Both mineral and synthetic b
equirements for purging as a method of protection for Class I, Div. 1 &amp; 2 and Zone 1 &amp; 2 hazardous locations. These controllers an

 tection of electrical systems, alternate system designs, and intervals of maintenance on electrical systems in terms of their potential reliability
   fundamental principles as shown in the Appendix. The rotor model derives the slip-dependent I<sup>2</sup>r watts using voltage and curr
 rical substation was unacceptable. The costs of such a failure could easily exceed the initial costs of the substation and cause significant pro
 cting based electric motors for industrial applications depends upon the cost of the superconducting wire. A discussion of wire component co
  le 2000 kW diesel generators connected in parallel to allow a combination of 9000 horsepower to be operated. An introduction to generator
 ower. The need for further evaluation of induction motors powered by ASDs was needed to assure that the motors would not be an ignition s
 uent second part, after the Hammerfest LNG plant has started regular production, operating experience and an outlook on the possible use
  n criteria that need to be satisfied to meet these difficult requirements, as an aid to the specifiers and operators of such equipment. In particu
 ars. The multistage surface pumping system challenges conventional designs, but offers reliability, protection of environment and empower
  strial lighting systems are designed and built and maintained. Statistical data from actual work sites will be discussed to illustrate the issues
 ty interventions. The data presented in this paper are derived from the U.S. Labor Department ’ Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Census of Fatal O
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  the subtle details that must be considered for a complete &ldquo;Test Before Touch&rdquo; process, which is truly &rdquo;Easier Said Than
  MW power ratings producing a near sinusoidal high output voltage that is suitable for both synchronous and induction motors. An application
 h suddenly seem so obvious but for some obscure reason have never been tried before. The following chapters will show how proven princip

 heet modeling technique, and review features of the latest version. This paper discusses the impact that common cause can have on industr
  ds to some possible conservative simplification of the equations. These simple equations could be used for a quick “irst-cut”assessment of
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 ment, and Legal. The impact of these on a project is investigated in various contexts. A flowchart is proposed as a guide. A process of using
 and misapplication of transient voltage surge suppressors (TVSS) and uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) in HRG power systems. These m
 ractices have all targeted reducing the risks of electrical arc hazards. However, arcs accompanied by explosions continue to occur in electric
geing conditions as those supplied by sinusoidal power or as random windings supplied by pulse-width modulated (PWM) drives. Depending
 r accessories correctly. The scope of this paper includes motors up to 5000 hp, all speeds and enclosures.
  roducing high starting torque. These requirements can create unfavorable design characteristics where one or both requirements can not be
 s in contact with the track, and power system ground fault currents. The temporary bonding devices commonly used in loading/unloading op
ation experience at motor user locations has been reduced in recent years.
   when and why these tests are required. The sequence of topics in this paper follows the paragraph numbering for API 541 4<sup>th</sup>
  to selecting and applying them to assist those responsible for choosing motor standards. This paper updates the comparison of Petrochemic
merican leadership on motor energy conservation. Could these efficiencies be extended to IEC 50 Hz motors, and what energy savings could
ormed immediately after the hi-pot test. To define the test requirement, API 541 and 546 standards reference NEMA MG-1 20.18, which spe
ore precise per-unit rotor tem-perature, allowing longer start times than other methods. The new model uses current, voltage, and algorithm t
  d PCPs, and some of the Beam Pumps are driven by Variable Speed Drives (VSDs). About 255 km of overhead lines results in high exposu
  test results will demonstrate the strengths of the new enhanced safety benefits and a marked reduction in Arc Flash levels. This results in im
 on methods and new technologies (improvements in lamps, ballasts and light sources) afford designers new choices and flexibility. Lighting
  oposed. Commonly used transformer connections including delta-delta and wye-wye are discussed in detail. Problems related to these wind
  e size of the filters creates voltage rise issues for local equipment and the transmission system on load upset. Filters stress due to utility cap
  r layout. Even more, current distribution can change in some way over time. The current in each thyristor is not given by total secondary pha
ns, as well as predict many other effects such as: system cost, reliability, environmental effects, health effects, and so on. However, complex
 , cold ironing projects for larger ships are more prevalent. Various organizations are working on developing standards for implementing shor
 Presently, commercial marine standards require this equipment to be commercial ‘ ff the shelf’ type switchgear. Medium Voltage Switchgear
                                                                                       o
 using copper grounding electrode systems and also having cathodic protection as part of their corrosion mitigation and integrity programs, th


 o guarantee CT/relay system performance. International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) responsibilities are also included.



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d selectivity are more valued in today ’s arc-flash and reliability conscious environment than ever before. The writers shall discuss some issue
its life. Engineers assigned this responsibility are able to make better power cable system reliability decisions when predictive diagnostic too

 to improve the reliability of the vibration signal. The slow roll runout specification is recognized as one of the more difficult requirements to m
 procedures (when collecting reduced voltage tests data), reliable voltage scaling factors, correct interpretation of relevant Institute of Electric
 of any insulating fluid at 360°C, and a flawless fire safety record through 10 years and more than 45,000 installations. Natural ester fluid is m

e environment, and the production facility from threats to safety caused by the production process. As stated in Paragraph 3.2 of API RP 14C
ectrical ignition sources. According to the European directive, all of the iginition sources have to be eliminated. The article takes the inspectio
e the synchronous machine has proven its drive credentials in the speed range up to about 6,000 rpm, asynchronous machines with solid rot
 re compliant with the requirements of NFPA 70 (or NEC[1]) for Division 2 hazardous (classified) areas. In parallel, they also meet Canadian
 protective equipment. Modifying electrical equipment design, choosing good work practices, and applying sound engineering judgment can
 d one method for performing a Hazard/Risk Evaluation. This paper will discuss risk assessment and how it fits in an overall risk manageme
pectives on human factors in electricalsafety. We discuss the cognitive and emotional biologyunderlying decision-making in complex environm




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al difference, circulating currents, and wiring methods are discussed. Eleven different systems must be bonded together. Three areas specif


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hspeed loss of field protection. In addition, the paper discusses hybrid grounding of the generator stator windings, which substantially reduce
n its ground-fault island is asserted. The operation of wye-delta-wye transformers to interconnect a resistance-grounded industrial system to


 exposed to sag and service continuity. Solutions implemented in motors control circuits and a set of parameters in adjustable speed drive a

own transformers. To determine the “ride through” response of individual operating plant UPS loads, the voltage depression time during UPS


per makes the case for what can be done to achieve the needed clarity. Testing of motor insulation systems to verify compliance with the pro

al terms. Next, existing standards for shipboard systems are reviewed and how adoption of HRG will meet these standards is discussed. Som


dustrial facilities with substantial electric load. This paper will explore many of these lessons learned in detail and document their implications
ction capacitors, harmonic filters as well as capacitance involved in drive designs such as the Current Source Inverter (CSI) PWM drive with

nts as they relate to life cycle costs for each of these enclosure types.
prevents <i>High Voltage Stress</i> failures.

st effective solutions for voltage optimization.



me these load-side limitations, as well as providing the user all the flexibility that initially attracted them to VSDs. The paper first discusses lo
rpose of this paper is to provide a practical education relating to the successful management of electric motor repair. The recommendations

 are examined, the corrective measures are discussed, and the lessons learned are presented. The success of the ASD in dealing with the m
ards, are reviewed and compared, and recommendations are given for additional user specifications that are appropriate for AC motor drive



rc flash energy values. It offers lessons learned and suggestions to lower incident energy values on new and existing systems.


ure for saving energy, improving stability, reliability, while reducing harmful effects on the environment;<br>3) a peculiar approach during the

New Zealand (AN/NZS) regulations. This paper highlights those improvements and serves as a short tutorial into current international codes
easily understood and make the installations more economical without impacting the safety of the installation.

mized relay display, and condition monitoring of the primary equipment (breaker, current transformer (CT), voltage transformer (VT) etc). A n
g cost savings associated with reduction of material, and subsequently installation costs.<br>The authors will review, through a case study a
Article 505. It is intended to help make the choice of Zones an easy step from previous design experience for electrical systems in hazardou
of evaluation such as the conventional methods described in RP 500/505 and the methods described in NFPA 497. Finally, the paper will de
for protection and control of circuit breakers in low-voltage switchgear</i> [2]. We describe the detection methodology and how the potentia

ss of utility power or co-generation source and initiate the shedding of nonessential loads in real time. Such a system will prevent the availab
es, etc. Due to theoretical advancements it is now possible to predict many of these current components, thus making CSA testing less error


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 quency and severity of power quality events. This paper presents the findings of a follow-on project, referred to as DPQ II, which was conduc
 ial magneto-optic phase shift of left and right circular light waves propagating in the fiber is detected by means of a novel polarization-rotated
 r>This paper will attempt to simulate this type of failure by using a matrix of thermal models for the fuses and devices. Statistical variations w
rnia’s largest ports are examples of the most restrictive requirements) do not allow ships to operate their prime movers inside the ports. Man
 ill refer to the latest tools in design such as 3D finite element analysis and other such analytical tools. The paper will also offer insights into th
quirements and emerging technologies available for insertion into future ship integrated power systems.
nt years.<br>This paper provides an overview of the causes of power line surges and their consequences for an industrial plant. The relevan
h the well-stream is kept above the critical temperature for hydrate formation. This paper presents a method, Direct Electric Heating (DEH), f
  al metric/English units.
ng design, with little additional effort beyond the routine rewind. Others can be applied to in-service machines with no requirement to remove
  re built with stock motors that do not meet API 661. This paper will explore the application of AC motors in air cooled heat exchangers, asso
er starting method for a motor will include an analysis of the power system as well as the starting load to ensure that the motor is designed to
of online condition monitoring equipment and works well under difficult conditions in strategically important locations. Wireless condition mon
  er various initial conditions such as purge-starts from ambient, from rated temperature, starts under reduced voltages and under various loa
   and vibration analysis before and after motor re-wedging work. The paper reviews the key factors for using magnetic versus non-magnetic
ndonment, it is essential employees are notified in a clear, timely and effective manor. The most prominent method in use today of facility wid
 roduction at a higher efficiency than conventional gas turbine driven compressor systems and avoid emissions of environmentally harmful su

 eratures. Potential test method error and the test results from the three test methods are also presented. IEEE 1349 [2] provides only guidan
 e upstream breaker relay trips? Will the differential element mis-operate for out-of zone faults? The use of electromagnetic and analog relay
 applies to random wound and form wound machines, and contains a very good informative section on drive-related insulation issues. The T
  for conducting a thorough assessment of the process control networks to evaluate these risks is presented. Security issues are identified, a
e as well as noise, vibration and shaft voltage. The problem has also been analyzed using time-stepping finite element analysis. Additional inf

eps to meet the requirements of being qualified.
 be unsafe since failures and misoperations typically result in increased exposure to hazards. A few select cost effective upgrades or modific
 te various standards to determine which is <i>best</i> for each particular application. Also, the guides and standards do not cover all possib
  and <i>Advanced Electric Motor Predictive Maintenance Project</i>. Also, one case study on PD monitoring of two 13.2 kV, 10 MW, motors
 irective are very far reaching.<br>Users are confronted with the important task of analyzing the consequences of the directive on the choice

dustrial system load to internal plant co-generation. Voltage relays have been used by industrial customers to determine that the utility circuit

  plus eventually a more durable drive system.
 anking system for ignition sources developed by Rew and Spenser (1997)[2]. The results are used to construct a probability model that estim
 plication issues to provide an insight to the variables of temperature ratings on induction motors.&nbsp; It will cover low and medium voltage
en a barrier is used which causes a much larger quantity of copper spray to be directed towards the outside of the box. Similar results can be
ous difference in these three generations of motors is their efficiency levels. There has been some concern expressed by the users of these
 to identify the levers that reduce these significantly, all at an acceptable cost for the investment of the motor. Life cycle costs should also be
understanding of the selection criteria is fundamental to the safe and economical specification of the motor.<br>The authors will discuss key
 e detected after the motor has been installed, causing costly down time or even motor failure if the problem remains undetected. Additionally
ment in magnet technologies allows operation at higher temperatures without permanent magnetization loss. The economic viability of PM mo
g equipment bids, and after purchase award, review and approve design documentation submitted by the supplier. Motor starting performanc
 ed data to describe the axial magnetic forces and their effects. It also suggests methods to strengthen weak magnetic forces. This condition
saving labor and eliminating the chance of unsatisfactory restack results. This chemical conversion process simultaneously etches interlamin
dvantages and disadvantages of each type of rotor manufacturing, initial cost, maintenance and possible site problems are also analyzed.&nb
 percussions.

 operations and has been included as needed into transient stability simulation cases to maintain system stability and generation/load balanc
 etermine induced ground current magnitude. Simulation results are shown to relate with field ground current measurements. Induced ground
uite comprehensive, which poses a great challenge when considering an upgrade for old control systems.<br> An upgrade must result in mor



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e evolution of PEBB from concept to reality in marine and commercial applications.
 design and installation benefits associated with IBP as a possible alternative to shipboard electric power cable. Although IBP is widely used
><li>including DC and UPS circuits</li><li>paging and alarm</li><li>instrumentation</li><li>distributive control and safety</li><li>fire alarm</l
s. Both mineral and synthetic based lubrication oils were included in the test for comparison. Bearing vibration, temperature, and motor electr
 locations. These controllers and indicators are designed to meet North American NEC®/NFPA&#63720; standards, the ATEX Directive 94/9

erms of their potential reliability risks and/or personnel risks. It will be shown how LOPA is an additional tool, which can be applied to existing
>r watts using voltage and current that permit the safe starting of high-inertia drive motors. The performance of the models is shown in consta
 ation and cause significant process equipment damage. It was deemed as cost effective by management and engineering personnel to ensu
scussion of wire component costs for readily available first generation high temperature superconducting wire as well as the future, lower cos
 . An introduction to generator “ roop circuits”as it pertains to the control of the multiple generators will be discussed. The logistical problems
                                  d
otors would not be an ignition source for the combustible vapors that may be present. This paper discusses the testing and test results of som
 n outlook on the possible use of active magnetic bearings for such compressor strings will be reported on, and the lci-typical issues of torsio
 s of such equipment. In particular the following topics will be covered:<BR> &bull; Offshore specification requirements, including NEMA, EEM
n of environment and empowerment of operations with correct instrumentation. Best practice operations require proper installation, instrume
 cussed to illustrate the issues associated with poor lighting. Safety issues with regard to maintaining lighting systems will also be explored. A
bor Statistics’ Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), Survey of Occupational Illnesses and Injuries (SOII) and Current Population Surv
  truly &rdquo;Easier Said Than Done&rdquo;.
nduction motors. An application concept is described that utilizes these advantages where a static frequency converter is used to start severa
rs will show how proven principles applied in a new context can lead to a major step forward making hazardous area instrumentation almost

mon cause can have on industrial electrical system reliability analysis. This paper also introduces an Alternate Network for evaluating reliabil
  quick “irst-cut”assessment of the incident energy levels present in a system. A case study, using data from a typical petrochemical applicat
        f
 as a guide. A process of using them to evaluate the project is then developed. The first part is the technical issues: stop loss, gather data, de
n HRG power systems. These misapplications and their solutions are discussed. Additionally, engineering oversights in the design of HRG sy
ons continue to occur in electrical systems. Factors such as inappropriate human interaction with the equipment, equipment malfunctions bec
ated (PWM) drives. Depending on the specific waveform characteristics observed at the machine terminals, the groundwall insulation, turn in

r both requirements can not be accomplished using standard techniques at final design stage or at final motor test. The authors have accom
y used in loading/unloading operations are intended to mitigate the effects of static electricity ignition and are not suitable for suppressing arc

 g for API 541 4<sup>th</sup> Edition.
 the comparison of Petrochemical Industry standards presented at the PCIC<sup>&reg;</sup> in 2004 [7].
 and what energy savings could be realized if these efficiency levels were used?
NEMA MG-1 20.18, which specifies an acceptance criterion for both IR measurements of (M&#937) = V<sub>LL</sub> + 1, where [V<sub>L
urrent, voltage, and algorithm to calculate slip and rotor resistance from motor apparent impedance. The evaluation includes a start report fro
ead lines results in high exposure to lightning events resulting in subsequent sags and interruptions that cause well-site VSDs to trip, severel
  Flash levels. This results in improvements for low voltage motor control assemblies ’ startup, operation, and maintenance procedures, inclu
choices and flexibility. Lighting software enhances design by offering specific light levels (footcandles), and by considering external surround
Problems related to these winding connections in industrial distribution systems are addressed, and corresponding solutions are proposed. T
  Filters stress due to utility capacitor switching and in-plant filter element switching is compared for the initial load stages and the final load s
 ot given by total secondary phase current divided by the number of thyristors in parallel, as in ideal cases. In this paper several real cases o
  and so on. However, complex systems can be simplified by applying advanced technology. Using intelligent controllers and partitioning the s
andards for implementing shore power. The paper will highlight the efforts of IEEE, ISO and IEC to develop standards for medium voltage on
r. Medium Voltage Switchgear is not common in today’s marine industry. The isolation of being in open waters demands that personnel onb
ation and integrity programs, this revision may require a facility to change their entire cathodic protection design and operating philosophy. It


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writers shall discuss some issues associated with these traditional improvements, pitfalls to avoid and, more effective ways to implement zone
 when predictive diagnostic tools are applied.   This paper is an overview covering best practices for commissioning new installations and a

more difficult requirements to meet on a consistent basis. If the runout specification is not met during final test of a machine, it can cause criti
n of relevant Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers guidelines, and finally, the role of the load (inertia) in defining the starting perform
allations. Natural ester fluid is manufactured from seed oil and biodegradable additives, making it readily biodegradable in the case of a spill.

n Paragraph 3.2 of API RP 14C, "The release of hydrocarbons is a factor in almost all threats to safety. Thus, the major objective of the safet
  The article takes the inspection lamp for Zone 0 as example. Apart from the electrical part (flameproof enclosure), the inspection lamp also
ronous machines with solid rotor and fed by a voltage-source DC-link converter have recently become available for the upper speed range w
allel, they also meet Canadian Electric Code(CEC) Part 1,C22.1 [2] mandates. <BR><BR>For Division 2 motors, there has been no substan
und engineering judgment can help to minimize arc flash hazard exposures, and reduce costs due to injury and process downtime.
 s in an overall risk management process. This paper will discuss the relationship between Risk Assessment and Hazard/Risk Evaluation. T
on-making in complex environments likethose operational in the petroleum and chemical industry.




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ed together. Three areas specific to networks require special attention. These are equipment bonding, isolated earth ground, and isolated pow


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 gs, which substantially reduces stator ground fault damage - avoiding lengthy generator outages. This new concept in generator grounding w
-grounded industrial system to a solidly grounded high-voltage utility system is explained without the customary utilization of symmetrical com


ers in adjustable speed drive are presented. The implementation of equipment solutions may cause other problems in the electrical system, l

ge depression time during UPS distribution system fault clearing is compared with the load “ride through” capability. General guidelines are p


o verify compliance with the proposed requirements is also covered.

se standards is discussed. Some design considerations for HRG are discussed, including charging current, cable selection, cathodic protecti


and document their implications.
 Inverter (CSI) PWM drive with PWM (Active) rectifier are discussed in general terms..




s. The paper first discusses load-side friendly features of the technology and shows how the sinusoid waveform with lower Total Harmonic D
repair. The recommendations presented and the lessons identified in this paper reflect the experience of both a large petro-chemical produc

of the ASD in dealing with the many utility voltage disturbances experienced by the refinery electrical system is also addressed.
 ppropriate for AC motor drive applications.



existing systems.


a peculiar approach during the SBSM design work to get self-stabilizing cos ϕ ≈1 effect under a wide range of cycling torque;<br>4) supportin

nto current international codes for the implementation of sometimes hazardous electrical components, and is focused for North American eng


ltage transformer (VT) etc). A novel approach using non-saturating current and voltage sensors is also discussed in this paper.
 review, through a case study and project cost estimates, the savings and benefits achieved for a 175,000 barrel per day United States east c
  electrical systems in hazardous (classified) locations. The process of area classification is covered briefly, with some considerations that are
A 497. Finally, the paper will describe real life scenarios in which the alternate method has or could be used to evaluate difficult applications.
hodology and how the potential sources of error are addressed.

system will prevent the available sources from being overloaded and lost, which can create very expensive interruptions to the production pro
making CSA testing less error prone and therefore a much more reliable technology. Reliable detection of the inception of broken cage wind


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o as DPQ II, which was conducted in 2001 and 2002. This project resulted in characterizing power quality in terms of short-duration variation
  of a novel polarization-rotated reflection interferometer. Fiber gyroscope technology is employed for signal detection and processing. The fib
devices. Statistical variations will be entered to investigate the conditions leading to cascade failure, and the rates of the resulting cascade. Im
e movers inside the ports. Many ships operators and port authorities are struggling with the absence of appropriate standards and specificatio
 er will also offer insights into the application of skin effect heat management systems for heating the offshore Gravity Based Structures. The

an industrial plant. The relevant international surge protection standards will be briefly reviewed and their differences will be analyzed. Differe
Direct Electric Heating (DEH), for heating of the pipeline by forcing a high electric current through the pipeline itself. The basic electromagnet

with no requirement to remove the machine from service.<br>This study evaluated 94 sets of form coil winding data, comparing wire and slot
 cooled heat exchangers, associated challenges, and recommended design and construction features necessary for extended motor life.
 e that the motor is designed to deliver the needed performance while minimizing its cost. This paper will examine the most common starting
ations. Wireless condition monitoring of energized equipment is applicable both as standalone system and with an interface with power qualit
voltages and under various loads. In each of these cases, the temperature rise in the rotor bar has been predicted using finite element analys
magnetic versus non-magnetic wedges in these applications and techniques available to predict loss of wedges. The use of a microprocessor
ethod in use today of facility wide notification is an alarm broadcast over the public address system in conjunction with associated visual and
s of environmentally harmful substances from the platform. The equipment in the electrical drive systems were under test during 2003 and ar

E 1349 [2] provides only guidance when performing these test methods so this paper intends to provide additional clarification. The test moto
 ctromagnetic and analog relay technology does not assure selectivity. Modern microprocessor relays introduce additional uncertainty into the
elated insulation issues. The TS applies to insulation systems for bars and coils in both rotors and stators, but this paper addresses only stat
Security issues are identified, as are technical and procedural countermeasures to mitigate these risks. Examples are drawn from past asses
element analysis. Additional information on other machines and their performance will also be discussed.


 t effective upgrades or modifications that increase reliability and safety are presented in the general categories of protection, control, operatio
 ndards do not cover all possible conditions. The power distribution engineer must make choices related to basic system design alternatives
of two 13.2 kV, 10 MW, motors in a petrochemical plant will be presented.
s of the directive on the choice and application of electrical equipment and the operation of their facilities. The author presents the experience

 determine that the utility circuit that supplies them has tripped. However, voltage relays at industrial sites have generally not been used to de


ct a probability model that estimates the risk of a cell phone igniting a flammable atmosphere in a Class I, Division 2 or Class I, Zone 2 hazar
 cover low and medium voltage motors commonly available, and will relate to both electrical and mechanical factors affected by temperature
  the box. Similar results can be observed when vertical conductors are terminated in real industrial components. The effect of the barrier and
 pressed by the users of these motors that in order to achieve the premium levels of efficiency it was necessary to compromise other perform
Life cycle costs should also be investigated.<br>This paper will focus on new technologies, design and processes being introduced to improv
r>The authors will discuss key design and application aspects of above-NEMA sized motors following North American and IEC standards. Th
 mains undetected. Additionally, natural frequencies of motor components, such as fans, may cause catastrophic fatigue failure when the mo
 he economic viability of PM motors is increasing with additional sources offering rare-earth magnets such as Neodymium Iron Boron at lowe
plier. Motor starting performance, power system characteristics and motor protection relay set up, being interdependent, require close scrutin
magnetic forces. This condition exists in induction motors, but is most serious in sleeve bearing configurations where mechanical rotor endpla
multaneously etches interlaminar shorts and forms a durable coreplate with excellent electrical insulation. The potential benefits to industry, i
 roblems are also analyzed.&nbsp; Numerical results and test data of low and high-speed machines are presented as study cases. The conc


 ity and generation/load balance. Fast load shedding logic diagrams are developed with triggering parameters including generating unit break
measurements. Induced ground current is also analyzed as a function of line current magnitude, linear/non-linear load operation, and phasing
 An upgrade must result in more reliable and efficient operation. Time available for designing, manufacturing and execution is typically very s



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e. Although IBP is widely used in the utility industry, the shipboard use of IBP is limited to several passenger cruise ships. No military shipboa
 and safety</li><li>fire alarm</li><li>navigational aid including radar</li><li>obstruction lighting</li><li>communication including both internal
 temperature, and motor electrical characteristics were all recorded and used in the analysis.
dards, the ATEX Directive 94/9/EC and CE marking for the European countries and IEC 60079 Standards worldwide. The paper will also sum

which can be applied to existing systems or to systems about to be designed, so as to enhance the electrical system effectiveness, reliability,
 f the models is shown in constant and cyclic load tests.
   engineering personnel to ensure that the design, construction, and testing of the substation was as thorough as possible. The design was co
 as well as the future, lower cost, second generation high temperature superconducting wire is presented showing that economically viable hi
ussed. The logistical problems that must be overcome when as large an area was affected by a long duration power outage will be discussed
 e testing and test results of some medium voltage motors powered by ASDs for Division 2 application.
d the lci-typical issues of torsional vibrations and harmonic filters will also be addressed.
  rements, including NEMA, EEMUA, API and IEC. <BR>&bull; Power system considerations, including configuration and modelling. <BR>&b
 re proper installation, instrumentation and field commissioning for a good life cycle cost of operation.
 ystems will also be explored. A case study involving many of the above elements will be outlined. Conclusions and recommendations will be
  I) and Current Population Survey (CPS). Between 1992 and 2002, 3,378 workers died from on-the-job electrical injuries. Electricity remained

 onverter is used to start several motors and to drive one motor at adjustable speed. Additional benefits are described in terms of hazardous
 s area instrumentation almost as easy to engineer and handle as safe area equipment. The reader will learn how to overcome the limitations

 Network for evaluating reliability analysis methodologies. As in the past, the latest version of the spreadsheet model will be made available a
 typical petrochemical application, provides a comparison of the NFPA 70E and IEEE 1584 arc flash incident energy equations and the resu
sues: stop loss, gather data, determine origin, find cause, conduct analysis, research outside influence, and develop an opinion. The non-tec
 sights in the design of HRG systems are addressed, as well as operations and maintenance issues associated with an HRG system.
nt, equipment malfunctions because of misuse or lack of regular maintenance or unforeseen events continue to contribute to the unexpected
e groundwall insulation, turn insulation, corona suppression and endwinding voltage grading systems are significantly affected by ageing fact

 test. The authors have accomplished designing and installing magnetic material retaining rings on Induction motors with significant improvem
not suitable for suppressing arcing from these possible high current sources. This paper will use a case history to illustrate how railroad track




 LL</sub> + 1, where [V<sub>LL</sub> + 1] is in kV. NEMA MG-1 20.18 refers to IEEE Std 43 for the insulation resistance test method and
uation includes a start report from a field installation.
  well-site VSDs to trip, severely impacting production goals. A strategy was developed to combine VSD ride-thru with a recloser system so
maintenance procedures, including reduction in Personnel Protective Equipment (PPE). Future applications include developing improved lo
  considering external surroundings and environmental considerations (e.g. dirt build-up). However, lighting software does not account for ha
 ding solutions are proposed. Transformer grounding is also investigated in this paper.
oad stages and the final load stage. Filter stress is reduced as the number and size of the filters is increased.
 his paper several real cases of current distribution are analyzed with respect to the rectifier layout and also how this distribution changes ove
 ontrollers and partitioning the system based on the physics of the materials, components, and methods of manufacture can produce building
andards for medium voltage on-shore power supply connections for.
 s demands that personnel onboard perform some maintenance and repair to the switchgear to maintain operation of the vessel. The inexpe
 n and operating philosophy. It will definitely require greater coordination and cooperation between the various engineering and construction




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fective ways to implement zone-based protection to achieve fast fault protection while maintaining complete selectivity for a broad range of fa
 sioning new installations and applying predictive diagnostic programs to aging industrial shielded extruded dielectric cable systems rated 5kV

of a machine, it can cause critical delays in delivery and impact project completion. Manufacturers are developing strategies to provide motor
in defining the starting performance of synchronous motors. Shown is that even the best of existing voltage scaling methods do not allow a t
gradable in the case of a spill. The combination of fire safety and biodegradability typically eliminates the traditional need for firewalls; deluge

the major objective of the safety system should be to prevent the release of hydrocarbons from the process and to minimize the adverse effe
sure), the inspection lamp also has a non-electrical part. Ignition sources in the non-electrical part, such as hot surfaces, mechanical sparkin
 e for the upper speed range with outputs of between approximately 5 MW and 15 MW. <BR><BR>This article describes the electrical and m
ors, there has been no substantive difference between the current NEC[1] and CEC[2] editions and those of the past three decades. Howeve
d process downtime.
and Hazard/Risk Evaluation. The flowchart currently in NFPA<sup>&reg;</sup> 70E does not start with the right question and needs modify




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earth ground, and isolated power systems. Finally, cathodic protection systems have a unique impact on grounding systems.


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ncept in generator grounding was introduced in a series of IAS I&CPS Generator Grounding Working Group papers published in 2002. This
y utilization of symmetrical components.


blems in the electrical system, like voltage sag due to motor reacceleration. A dynamic stability simulation to analyze motor reacceleration an

bility. General guidelines are provided for improved UPS distribution system performance.<br>In this paper, the term selectivity describes the




ble selection, cathodic protection, and shore connections. The appendix describes a few examples of marine applications.




m with lower Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) benefits ESP motor operation, such as increased insulation life expectancy, reduced motor he
a large petro-chemical producer and an electric motor manufacturer.

 also addressed.




 cycling torque;<br>4) supporting the substantiation oilfield experiments and computer-assisted electro-dynamic lab model studies: IM and S

ocused for North American engineers working on non-US projects. Included is a general subject overview and in particular, a discussion of s


sed in this paper.
el per day United States east coast refinery. The latter sections of this paper examine a lighting upgrade enlisting the newly available restrict
h some considerations that are intended to simplify the process. The specification and selection of electrical devices and equipment and guid
 evaluate difficult applications.


erruptions to the production process. The load preservation system (LPS) utilizes PC / Web based monitoring and control systems and indus
 inception of broken cage winding problems, or broken rotor bars, prior to failure allows for remedial actions to be taken to avoid significant c


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 rms of short-duration variations such as voltage sags, voltage swells, and voltage interruptions. The characterization was based on analysis
 tection and processing. The fiber is packaged in a flexible strip of fiber re-enforced epoxy, which can be installed without opening the curren
ates of the resulting cascade. Implications for protection systems and maintenance requirements will be discussed.
 riate standards and specifications for interconnecting the ship service loads to on-shore power distribution systems. The intent of this paper
 Gravity Based Structures. The introduction of cutting-edge technologies in temperature control and monitoring will also be introduced as a m

 ences will be analyzed. Different technologies utilized in the implementation of various commercially available surge protection devices will b
 tself. The basic electromagnetic theory for design and dimensioning of the system is presented. The DEH system is a 1-phase system where

  data, comparing wire and slot dimensions, to assess the opportunity for magnet wire slot fill improvement. Motor ratings ranged from 200 to
 ary for extended motor life.
mine the most common starting methods and their recommended applications.
 h an interface with power quality monitoring system. The paper presents the results of wireless temperature monitoring of switchgear at a po
 cted using finite element analysis based design tools. These results, along with cooling time constants, are used in developing the temperatu
s. The use of a microprocessor relay for slow speed induction motors protection is discussed particularly the thermal protection feature to add
 ion with associated visual and audible alarm devices. When a public address system is tasked to perform this additional function, requireme
e under test during 2003 and are delivered for assembly on the mainland, after which it will be shipped out to the platform. The drive systems

onal clarification. The test motors presented in this paper are low voltage, AC induction, severe-duty, energy-efficient, TEFC motors common
e additional uncertainty into the design/verification process with different sampling techniques and proprietary sensing/recognition/trip algorith
 this paper addresses only stator windings. Many manufacturers today are working to develop insulation systems that will meet the stringent
 les are drawn from past assessments and incidents. Once complete, the assessment results allow the network designer to plan infrastructur



s of protection, control, operation, and diagnostics.
sic system design alternatives when considering the many solutions available to reduce the hazards associated with arc flashes. The IEEE C

 author presents the experience of a major end-user confronted with this directive. New vocabulary, new marking, and new certification docum

  generally not been used to determine that the utility system lacks security and may collapse. This paper discusses the causes of voltage co


sion 2 or Class I, Zone 2 hazardous location.<br>All cell phones evaluated did not meet the ISA-RP12.12.03-2002 requirements for a PEP 2
 ctors affected by temperature ratings.&nbsp; The principles and discussion within apply primarily to continuous duty induction motors define
ts. The effect of the barrier and the source X/R on arc sustainability at 208V has also been studied. The barrier test arrangement is believed
y to compromise other performance characteristics and the motor reliability. This paper addresses these claims and shows that they are with
ses being introduced to improve efficiency of 3&#934; induction motors.
merican and IEC standards. This paper will also cover various protection schemes, good design practices, validation of design and certificati
hic fatigue failure when the motor is subjected to forcing functions with frequencies in the vicinity of these localized resonances. This paper w
Neodymium Iron Boron at lower prices. Performance comparisons between induction motors, Surface Permanent Magnet, and Salient Pole P
ependent, require close scrutiny.
 where mechanical rotor endplay can permit violent and damaging rotor motion when weak magnetic centers or multiple centers are present.
 potential benefits to industry, in terms of labor saved and reduced mean time to repair, are substantial. The cost to restack the stator core o
nted as study cases. The conclusion shows that it is very important to know the operation conditions of the machine, specifically the operatin


 including generating unit breaker status and on-line frequency measurements. On-line measurements of system generation, tie line flow and
 ar load operation, and phasing arrangement of parallel cables. The paper concludes using analysis results to formulate application guideline
  nd execution is typically very short. Necessary logic, interlocks, etc. to match current operation philosophy has to be achieved. When conven



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 uise ships. No military shipboard installations have been performed to date. This paper examines the methodology of using IBP on shipboar
nication including both internal and ship to shore</li></ol>In the discussion, emphasis will be given to the different regulatory requirements (i.

 ldwide. The paper will also summarize the other methods of protection as they compare to purged and pressurized systems. Installation and

ystem effectiveness, reliability, and availability.

 as possible. The design was completed by one team and reviewed by the fresh eyes of a completely independent team. The complicated sys
wing that economically viable high temperature superconducting based motors will require second generation wire. A review of the state-of-th
power outage will be discussed as well as lessons learned from the experience and recommendations for future preparedness.


ration and modelling. <BR>&bull; Practical solutions, including transformer assistance, star-delta starting, soft-starting, special cage design &

 and recommendations will be presented to further the understanding of industrial lighting and safety.
 al injuries. Electricity remained the sixth leading cause of injury-related occupational death. From 1999 through 2002, 4.7% of all occupation

 scribed in terms of hazardous areas, system fault level, lifetime and capital cost of equipment, switching surge overvoltages and conditioning
how to overcome the limitations of intrinsic safety and still make use of its advantages regarding service and maintenance both in convention

 model will be made available as free shareware on the PCIC website.
energy equations and the results obtained using the proposed simplified calculations.
evelop an opinion. The non-technical process is determining whether to recover or move on. Frequently, by following this analysis, problems
 d with an HRG system.
to contribute to the unexpected release of explosive electrical energy in the workplace. New arc resistant MV control equipment designs prov
 ficantly affected by ageing factors such as partial discharge (PD) and elevated temperature. The TS offers technically sound guidelines to m

motors with significant improvement in inrush currents and starting torques. Inrush currents have been reduced from 600% to 508% and star
y to illustrate how railroad tracks are a source of ignition, and will provide a comprehensive overview of industry standards, design requireme




on resistance test method and minimum insulation resistance. Until its most recent revision, IEEE Std 43 recommended the minimum IR<sub

                                                                                                                          ’s and describes the
e-thru with a recloser system so that most disturbances would have no effect on production. This paper describes the successful developme
 nclude developing improved low voltage motor control assembly diagnostic features for externally monitoring and analyzing motor current an
 ftware does not account for hazardous location designs in two key areas: 1) lumen depreciation relative to lamp life and 2) a limited selection


w this distribution changes over time. This paper intends to be helpful for field engineers who work on high current rectifier maintenance.
nufacture can produce building blocks, which allow systems to be designed, built, and operated in a rational predictable manner. This pape

 tion of the vessel. The inexperience of the personnel on such equipment can be life threatening if the proper safety devices are not provided
 engineering and construction disciplines. This paper will discuss some of the technical aspects of this grounding requirement and build a ca




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electivity for a broad range of fault magnitudes, system configurations and load types.
 lectric cable systems rated 5kV and higher. This paper will examine failure mechanisms in extruded cable and accessories. It will also cove

                                                                                                                         ’s aggressive project
ping strategies to provide motors and generators with the lowest possible runout, consistently and on time. This paper describes a factory me
caling methods do not allow a true estimation of onsite measurements due to the absence of the load (inertia) during reduced voltage factory
 ional need for firewalls; deluge systems; and can reduce spill containment, reporting, and/or remediation requirements. Properties unique to

nd to minimize the adverse effects of such releases if they occur." The basic premise is that proper analysis and evaluations are to be perfor
                                                                                                                            “ these new standar
                                                                                                                            N
 surfaces, mechanical sparking, static electricity and optical radiation, are dealt with in the article. The most important of on-electrical equipm
e describes the electrical and mechanical design used for this type of asynchronous high-speed motor range. The motors can be constructed
 e past three decades. However, codes and standards are transcending national barriers in an attempt to synchronize without sacrificing safe

ght question and needs modifying. This paper will explore a new starting place for the thought process and suggest that the flow-chart in NF




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papers published in 2002. This paper highlights upgrading generator fault protection using digital technology.



nalyze motor reacceleration and the results of these simulations are presented.

 e term selectivity describes the performance of cascaded circuit breakers and fuses. Selectivity is achieved when the breaker or fuse nea




applications.




 expectancy, reduced motor heating and increased motor efficiency. Field application results showing comparisons of VSG technology to co




ic lab model studies: IM and SBSM dynamic stability analyses in the conditions of supply voltage fluctuations and extensive cyclic moment o

 in particular, a discussion of similarities and differences between the codes.



ting the newly available restricted breathing technology. The savings of 48% for reproducing the same illuminance or 24% for produ
evices and equipment and guidance in the actual use of these is presented. Hints for estimation of materials and labor as well



and control systems and industrial network technologies to network and synchronize monitoring and control components over a large
 be taken to avoid significant costs associated with consequential motor component damage and unplanned down time associated with such


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 ization was based on analysis of data from 480 power quality monitors at different locations in a power system spann
 led without opening the current-carrying bus bars. Subsequent re-calibration is not necessary. The sensor achieves accuracy

 tems. The intent of this paper is first to review the theory, practice and existing interconnection standards and then to outline what ca
  will also be introduced as a means of delivering optimum heating to the LNG tanks located on these structures.

  surge protection devices will be presented, followed by a comparative analysis. Finally the latest trends and the most promising te
 tem is a 1-phase system where the heated pipeline is not electrically insulated from the surrounding sea water. Hence, the system current is

otor ratings ranged from 200 to 5,000 hp (149 to 3730 kW), from 2 to 32 poles, 2.3 to 13.2 kV. The preponderance of data (43 motors) was f


 onitoring of switchgear at a power plant over a two-year period and development of statistically reliable mathematical model describing re
ed in developing the temperature rise and cooling profiles of the rotor bar during starts.<br>The temperature profiles are used to predict
 ermal protection feature to address the cyclic load pattern caused by the reciprocating compressor.
 additional function, requirements for design, application and installation then become regulatory and compliance issues.
he platform. The drive systems are scheduled for installation in 2004 and commissioning in 2005. The application of a variable speed drive on

 ficient, TEFC motors commonly used in the Petrochemical Industry.
sensing/recognition/trip algorithms. This paper discusses the application of standard CT accuracy classes with modern ANSI/IEEE C
ms that will meet the stringent requirements of the Technical Specification. This paper presents the highlights of the draft document and how
k designer to plan infrastructure expansion with confidence in the security and reliability of the network’s operation.




 d with arc flashes. The IEEE C37.20.7 Working Group has developed a technical paper [3] to supplement their <i>Guide for Testing Medium

 ng, and new certification documents require extensive training not only for electrical and instrumentation engineers, but also mechanical eng

usses the causes of voltage collapse as well as the design and security requirements for an undervoltage separation scheme. The paper add


 002 requirements for a PEP 2 (Portable Electronic Product) device and therefore could not be considered <i>incapable of causing an ignitio
 s duty induction motors defined by NEMA [1] as Medium and Large three phase alternating current (AC) induction motors ranging from one
 r test arrangement is believed to be more representative of real-world equipment.<br>It is proposed that an arrangement like this should be
ms and shows that they are without basis.<br>The paper provides a comparison of the key motor characteristics and construction features fo

 idation of design and certification. Key differences among these standards will be highlighted to develop an understanding of motor applicatio
  ized resonances. This paper will provide insight on motor system resonances and localized resonances that may be damaging to an inductio
nent Magnet, and Salient Pole Permanent Magnet motors are presented in this paper.

or multiple centers are present.
 ost to restack the stator core of a 5,000 kW machine can exceed $30,000 US, and require two weeks time. This new process can rest
achine, specifically the operating speed range and how the machine will be erected in the field in order to select the most economic


em generation, tie line flow and loads are continuously monitored and fed into a PLC system that processes information and issues load shed
 ormulate application guidelines to minimize the effects of induced ground current phenomenon prior to equipment installation.
s to be achieved. When conventional maintenance procedures are not adequate to improve the availability, safety, productivity and efficiency



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 ology of using IBP on shipboard applications and recommends procedures to follow at the preliminary concept phase of ship design.<br>
 ent regulatory requirements (i.e. U.S. Coast Guard, American Bureau of Shipping, etc.), any industry standards that apply and any new

 rized systems. Installation and maintenance procedures and safety issues for working with purged and pressurized systems will be presente



dent team. The complicated system was checked by the vendor, checked again by the startup team, and then completely checked for functio
wire. A review of the state-of-the-art in industrial motor lab prototype demonstrations of high temperature superconducting based motors is pr
 re preparedness.


 -starting, special cage design &amp; the comparative costs of different solutions. <BR>&bull; The design of cage induction motors for


 h 2002, 4.7% of all occupational deaths were caused by electricity, down from 5.2% in the 1992 to 1998 time period. The cause of death was

e overvoltages and conditioning monitoring. A case study is presented that includes integration possibilities with existing and future systems.
 aintenance both in conventional field instrumentation and in bus systems.




 lowing this analysis, problems can be mitigated before catastrophe. If there is a major event, the analysis provides a technique to e

control equipment designs provide an additional level of protection if properly installed and applied. This paper will outline the added benefit
 hnically sound guidelines to manufacturers and users describing test procedures to prove the electrical and thermal reliability of these comp

 d from 600% to 508% and starting torques increased up to 14%. Several case studies of using magnetic retaining rings on large inductio
 y standards, design requirements and operating procedures to ensure the proper isolation, bonding and grounding of railroa




mmended the minimum IR<sub>1</sub> (M&#937) = V<sub>LL</sub> + 1 (kV). However, the current version of IEEE Std 43 (2000) recomm

            ’s and describes the applicability of this solution VSD overall industry.
 bes the successful development, building and testing of a to theride-thru prototype for the PCP drives. The strategy of providing ride-thru for
and analyzing motor current and voltage dynamics, plus providing a test position for safe access to allow for adjustment of the overload and b
mp life and 2) a limited selection of luminaires suitable for hazardous areas due to their energy output. The objective of good li


  rent rectifier maintenance.
 redictable manner. This paper analyzes the challenges of Engineering “ otal Electric Ship”and describes some new ideas such as a “elation
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safety devices are not provided. Focus must be placed on the operation, repair and maintenance of medium voltage marine switchboards an
ding requirement and build a case for the cathodic protection philosophy that the authors believe will be necessary to comply wit




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d accessories. It will also cover the IEEE 400 Guide for Field Testing and Evaluation of the Insulation of Shie

          ’s aggressive project timelines, method used during the manufacturing process that is able to discriminate the fo
s paper describes a factory measurementon-time delivery is vital. Diagnosing issues early in the manufacturing process allows steps to be ta
during reduced voltage factory tests. The electrical measurement method is found to be the most practical and accurate method for the
irements. Properties unique to certain seed oils help to slow the insulation aging rate and to stabilize the e

nd evaluations are to be performed to identify potential hazards or threats. A number of methodologies are used to perform a safety analy
          “ these new standards is EN 13463-1
          N                                                                                                         .
mportant of on-electrical equipment for potentially explosive atmospheres, Part 1: Basic method and requirements” This standard describes t
The motors can be constructed with either magnetic bearings or conventional friction bearings. As compared to variants with laminated rotor
hronize without sacrificing safety requirements. A case in point is the adoption of Zone designations within both the NEC[1] and CEC[2] to va

uggest that the flow-chart in NFPA<sup>&reg;</sup> 70E needs modification.




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hen the breaker or fuse nea




sons of VSG technology to co




and extensive cyclic moment on the shafts.<br>The calculated SBSM production cost is equal to 130-150% to that of one IM. Despite this the




ance or 24% for produ
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omponents over a large
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 ieves accuracy

 then to outline what ca


he most promising te
 . Hence, the system current is d

ance of data (43 motors) was for 2- and


matical model describing re
rofiles are used to predict


ion of a variable speed drive on a platf


h modern ANSI/IEEE C
 of the draft document and how




 r <i>Guide for Testing Mediumvoltage M

 eers, but also mechanical engineers sin

aration scheme. The paper addresses the current level of voltage load shedding on utilities ’ systems, NERC (North Electric Reliability Counci


 incapable of causing an ignition under normal operating conditions</i> as per the PEP definition. Additional testing and analysis of the high r
ction motors ranging from one hors
 rangement like this should be i
cs and construction features for each generation. A review of failure data does not indicate any shift in the reasons for failure.<br>For all thre

 derstanding of motor application fo
may be damaging to an induction motor ’s operation.




his new process can rest
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formation and issues load shed
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fety, productivity and efficiency of a plant beyond a certain level, then a technical as



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 phase of ship design.<br>
ds that apply and any new

urized systems will be presented.



 completely checked for functionality at the end use
 rconducting based motors is presen




age induction motors for


 period. The cause of death was listed as electrocution in 99.1% of fatal cases. Contact with overhead power lines was involved in 42% of all

 h existing and future systems. Con




 ides a technique to e

er will outline the added benefits of arc r
hermal reliability of these components.

 ning rings on large inductio
 ding of railroa




  of IEEE Std 43 (2000) recommends IR<sub>1</sub> = 10

 ategy of providing ride-thru for the PCP d
djustment of the overload and breaker settings.
ective of good li




me new ideas such as a “elational”design process, enabled by physics-based modeling and simulation. Paper also describes the Marine Indus
                       r

 oltage marine switchboards and the variables that differentiate it from land based applications. This paper will review effective apparatuses
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minate the fo
g process allows steps to be taken to mitigate problems before machine assembly. This minimizes the likelihood of having to disassemble th
d accurate method for the


ed to perform a safety analy
    .
ents” This standard describes the process of ignition hazard assessment. The first step in the process is the analysis of all possible ignition s
o variants with laminated rotor, this solid ro
h the NEC[1] and CEC[2] to varying degrees.




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that of one IM. Despite this the SBSM was recommended oil industry as a replacement for burned or obsolete IM and for new SRP, even if t




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North Electric Reliability Council) requirements and coordination of industrial undervoltage separation with utility undervoltage load shedding.


 sting and analysis of the high risk cell phone components indicated a very low probability of ignition even under ideal conditions. A Monte Ca


sons for failure.<br>For all three generations, bearing failures account for approximately two-thirds of all failures. Winding failures is a distant




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nes was involved in 42% of all on-the-job electrical deaths. The construction industry accounted for 47% of all electrical deaths between 1992




also describes the Marine Industries Subcommittee activities in this areas and the development of new interface standards based on collectiv

l review effective apparatuses that can be installed in commercial ‘ ff the shelf’ Medium Voltage Switchgear that would enhance the safe ope
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od of having to disassemble the machine to correct excessive runout and avoids the associated schedule delay. This is essential for critical m




nalysis of all possible ignition sources in line with the directive without any attempt to anticipate possible solutions. The frequency with which




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e IM and for new SRP, even if the cost of the SBSM is double of the IM cost. The payback time of the SBSM is determined 4 - 6 month.




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y undervoltage load shedding.


r ideal conditions. A Monte Carlo simulation of the probability model estimated the odds of a cell phone causing a fire or explosion in a Class


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electrical deaths between 1992 and 2002, but showed overall improvement from 1995 through 2002 by reducing its electrical fatality rate from




ce standards based on collective industrial experience and consensus for marine power electronics and power systems connections to on-sh

at would enhance the safe operation and maintenance of the equipment. Some of the apparatuses to be considered are remote controls, ar




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y. This is essential for critical machines and especially those that are schedule driven. Results from this in-process measurement method ar




ons. The frequency with which individual hazards occur is determined in a second step. Distinctions are made between ignition hazards occu




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ng a fire or explosion in a Class I, Division 2 or Class I Zone 2 hazardous location as being 1.16E-06; or one in a million.




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ng its electrical fatality rate from 2.2 to 1.5 per 100,000 workers. An additional 46,598 workers were nonfatally injured by electricity. Contact w




 systems connections to on-shore power inside the ports during cargo unloading or power sources at times of natural disasters.

sidered are remote controls, arc resistant switchgear, glow tubes, earthing switches, G&T (ground and test) devices, and remote electric rack




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cess measurement method are also compared with final test stand results.




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injured by electricity. Contact with electric current of machine, tool, appliance, or light fixture and contact with wiring, transformers, or other e




natural disasters.

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of rare malfunctions. Depending on the equipment category sought (category 1, 2 or 3), rare or frequently occurring malfunctions or perhap




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has a direct effect on the action to be taken. Besides additional tests, verifications and/or material certifications, a given condition can also b




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