IEEE Power & Energy Philippines Technical Symposium
Topic 1: Circuit Breaker and MV Relay Communication by Engr. Tristan Ocampo
Modern Substation Automation and Communication Protocol is now revolutionizing the way Overcurrent Protective Devices (Intelligent Electronic Devices) function as silent sentinels of the Power System. Through IEC 61850, IED’s (Intelligent Electronic Devices) such as Numerical Relays can be able to communicate with each other at the fastest rate possible, to provide selective coordination of protection devices and the isolation of faulted parts of the power system to improve reliability. Also, the automation and communication of MV Numerical Relays with the latest LV Air Circuit Breakers can provide a new way of how to integrate protection and control functions for both customers and Distribution System Operators, within a Smart Grid enabled Power System.
Engr. Tristan Ocampo is currently a consultant engineer of ABB Inc. Electrification Products Division. He had conducted more than a hundred training on ABB Power System Protection (MV-LV) for local and international consultants, Panel builders, and large corporate end users (Nestle Philippines, James Hardie, Holcim Cement, Energy Development Corporation (EDC), Jollibee Corporation, Megaworld Corporation, Filinvest Corporation, etc.).
He had completed his aademic requirements for Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering, Major in Power Systems and graduated Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at the Mapua Institute of Technology.
He is currently the Interim Membership Development Committee Chair of the IEEE Power & Energy Society Philippines Chapter. He is a corporate member of the Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) and also a member of the Bureau of Philippine Standards- Department of Trade and Industry Technical Committe on Electrical Installation and Protection Against Electric Shock and also Electrical Wiring Devices.
Topic 2: Power Cable Splicing and Termination by Engr. Eduardo Dela Torre
Electrical Theory and Principle of Medium Voltage Cable Termination – 36 KV / 17.5 KV / 7.5 KV
Selection Cable Termination’s Materials for different applications. Heat Shrink or Cold Shrink Method
Specifications and Termination Measurements of SICAME-France Terminating Kits for 36KV Application.
Comparison between 36KV, 17.5KV and 5KV SICAME-Terminations.
Comparison of SICAME-Terminations Product with other Medium Voltage Cable Termination product in the market. (i.e. Raychem, 3M, Nexan, Kabeldon etc.)
Electrical Testing of 36KV Medium Voltage Cable Termination using Hi-Pot Tester.
What is a GOOD 36KV MV Cable Terminating works and the acceptable GOOD Test Value.
Eduardo H. Dela Torre or Engr. Toto is presently connected to Delta Star Power Manufacturing Corporation as Sales/ Project Manager and Board of Director to BRich Industries Philippines Corp. He is also a Consultant at Dulhunty International Philippines Inc. an Australian based company involved in Transmission and Distribution projects.
He is a licensed Registered Electrical Engineer and Registered Master Electrician with 27 years expertise is in the construction and maintenance of Power Substations, Transmission and Distribution Lines and Power Centers.
Previously, he worked as Consultant at Meralco Industrial Engineering Services Corp. (MIESCOR) from 2008 to 2009. He worked as Project Electrical Engineer to other companies namely Edison Electric Integrated Inc. in 1992, GDA International Corp. in 1993 and Sales/Project Manager at Delta star Power Engineering in 1994 to 1996. He was General Manager from 1996 to 2004 at Aziaelex Technologies providing Substation Maitenance Works at Intel Philipines Manufacturing Inc. in its Makati and Cavite Plants, Analog Devices Inc. – Paranaque Plant
In 1996 he was one one of the 30 Incorporators when the MIT Electrical Engineering Alumni Association (MITEEAA) was reorganized and in 2001 got elected into the Board of Directors and had been serving the association since then. He was elected President of MITEEAA in 2015-2016.