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IEEE & Powertechnic Evening Presentation with Dr Eehui Lim
February 12 @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Single Line Reliability Modelling (SLRD) – How reliable is your electrical and mechanical network?
Traditionally, the Reliability Block Diagram (RBD) is the go-to method for reliability simulation. However, the fact is that RBDs don’t work well with electrical and HVAC systems. Actual systems are complex and with RBDs, often we will have to make many simplifying assumptions. We were never really sure how valid the final RBD model was and it seldom looks anything like the system we’re trying to model. Join us in this webinar to learn how to build a reliability model with the latest technology by drawing a familiar singleline diagram of the electrical or HVAC system – SLRD. We will be demonstrating some of the existing data centres reliability models and how to build an SLRD from scratch. Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/859758832 Meeting ID: 859 758 832 One tap mobile: +61280156011,859758832# Australia Cost: Free! Please register at https://singlelinereliabilitymodelling.eventbrite.com.au
Our presenter is Dr Eehui Lim. Eehui received her PhD degree and Bachelor degree in Electrical and Computer System Engineer with honours from the Monash University. She is currently the Managing Director of a small Australian start-up company Reelion and she provides reliability solutions at Powertechnic. Prior to that, she managed a team of engineers at an Australian network design and management company, Visionstream, to operate major telecommunication power networks in Australia. She is also an active volunteer for the IEEE and she had led the Women in Engineering team in securing a grant from the Australian Government to conduct a wearable electronics fashion runway and hands-on laboratory during the 2015 National Science Week. She has also won the Best Paper Award in the major telecommunication and data centre power conference – International Telecommunications Energy Conference (INTELEC), presented in Amsterdam, 2011. For further information please contact the IEEE Women in Engineering Victorian group email@example.com or visit our website at www.ieeevic.org/chapters/wie