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Program

3rd International Symposium Electricity and Safety in the 21st Century
New Technologies, applications and standards
5-6 November 2018 | Dresden / Germany

Conference Topics

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  • Numerical Simulation of the Human Body
  • Electric shock
  • Batteries and Storage Systems
  • Arc faults
  • Standardization

5 November 2018 (day 1)

Opening and Keynotes

08:00
Registration

09:00
Opening/words of welcome
Jens Jühling, BG ETEM, Germany

09:10
Electrical Safety in the Digital Age
Michael Teigeler, DKE, Germany

09:40
Electrical accidents in Germany – current situation
Christian Rückerl, BG ETEM, Germany

10:10
Q + A with audience

10:25
Coffee Break

Numerical Simulation of the Human Body

10:45
Simulation of the current density distribution in the human body
Hai Jiang, UL LLC, US

11:15
Numerical determination of the risk of ventricular fibrillation in humans due to electric shocks up to 100 kHz
Pia Schneeweiß, femu, Germany

11:45
KERMIT – Current-induced heart fibrillation by excitation with discrete Fourier spectra
Michael Koch, Eaton, Austria

12:15
Q + A with audience

12:30
Lunch Break

Electric Shock

13:30
Death in bathtub – do standards have to be changed?
Björn Kasper, BAuA, Germany; Hartmut Bauer, TU Dresden, Germany

14:00
Protection against electric shock – G. Biegelmeier and his Electrical Safety Foundation
Reinhard Hirtler, ESF Vienna, Austria

14:30
Lightning versus Technical Electricity: Different Mechanisms, and Different Injuries
Chris Andrews, University of Queensland, Australia

15:00
Charge not energy: The risks of short pulses from electric car cables to electric fences
Mark Kroll, University of Minnesota, U.S.

15:30
Q + A with audience

15:45
Coffee Break

Batteries and Storage Systems (part 1)

16:05
Over-current protection in High Voltage BEV battery circuit
Mitja Koprivšek, ETI Elektroelement, Slovenia

16:35
Automotive Future – Working Safely on Mobile High Voltage Li-Ion Battery Systems
Oliver Schindler, ITW-Schindler GmbH, Germany

17:05
Q + A with audience

Evening Event

19:00
Symposium dinner
Quality Hotel Plaza, Koenigsbruecker Strasse 121 a, Dresden, Germany

6 November 2018 (day 2)

Opening

08:00
Registration

09:00
Opening of day 2
Jens Jühling, BG ETEM, Germany

Batteries and Storage Systems (part 2)

09:10

TBD
N.N.

09:40
Q + A with audience

Arc Faults

09:55
Market Acceptance of Arc Fault Protection in North America
Barry Contrael, Siemens, Germany

10:25
DC arc flash hazards – research work and selection of PPE
Holger Schau, TU Ilmenau, Germany

10:55
Electric Arc: New Knowledge and Challenges in Protection
Mikhail Golovkov, ArcFlash-CRT, US

11:25
Q + A with audience

11:40
Closing of day 2 – end of Symposium

Technical Visit of NARC / Technische Universität Dresden

Visit of the National Arc Fault Research Centre (NARC) and Institute of Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering of Technische Universität Dresden

Visit of the National Arc Fault Research Centre (NARC) and Institute of Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering of Technische Universität Dresden

12:30
Departure by bus

13:15
Welcome and Introductory lecture: New methods for the detection of high-current arc faults in low-voltage installations
Peter Schegner, Technische Universität Dresden and NARC, Germany; Karsten Wenzlaff, Technische Universität Dresden

Guided Tour

  • Part 1: Experimental demonstration on the arc fault test bench of NARC
  • Part 2: Laboratories of the Institute of Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering of Technische Universität Dresden

Farewell
Peter Schegner, Technische Universität Dresden and NARC, Germany

16:10
Departure by bus / airport

17:00
Arrival at Symposium venue

17:20
Arrival at Dresden Airport

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