Workshop on Fragility of Electrical Equipment and Components
June 20–21, 2012
UC Berkeley, Richmond Field Station,
PEER Laboratory and nees@berkeley Equipment Site

Agenda with Links to Presentations

Day 1 — June 20, 2012 (Wednesday)
PEER Center Conference Room (Room 132) in Building 454
Richmond Field Station

 
  8:30   9:00   Breakfast at nees@berkeley
 
  9:00 12:00   Session 1: Fragility of Substation Equipment and Components
 
          9:00   9:30   Seismic Performance and Fragility of Substation Equipment — K Mosalam
          9:30 10:00   Recent Earthquake Reconnaissance — John Eidinger, Leon Kempner
        10:00 10:30   Imperial Valley Substation Damage — C Riker
        10:30 11:00   Performance Level and Fragility Testing of Substation Equipment — Anshel Shiff
Document: “Performance Level Issues and Fragility Testing 062912.pdf”.
        11:00 11:30   Full-Scale Test of Seismic Performance of Concrete Duct Banks for Buried Transmission Cables — K Mosalam
        11:30 12:00   BART Seismic Reinforcement Program — Ken Mark
 
12:00   1:00   Lunch
 
  1:30   4:30   Session 2: Fragility Database Interactive Discussion
 
          1:00   1:30   SERA Overview
          1:30   2:00   Buried Cables
          2:00   2:30   Cable Terminations
          2:30   4:30   Transformers and Liquid-Filled Reactors (Including Bushings and Surge Arresters)
 
  5:00       Adjourn

Day 2 — June 21, 2012 (Thursday)
PEER Center Conference Room (Room 132) in Building 454
Richmond Field Station

  8:30   9:00   Breakfast
 
  9:00 12:00   Session 3: Fragility Database Interactive Dicsussion (continued)
 
        9:00 9:30   Circuit Breakers
          9:30 10:30   Disconnect Switches
        10:30 11:00   Instrument Transformers
        11:00 11:30   Capacitor Banks
        11:30 12:00   Concluding Remarks (Eric)
 
12:00   1:00   Lunch
 
  1:00   5:00   Session 4: Recent Developments in Testing and Analysis
 
          1:00   1:30   New Developments in Seismic Isolation of Nonstructural Components and Equipment (LNG Facilities, Water Tanks, His Recent Tests at nees@berkeley— Stephen Mahin
          1:30   2:00   Fragility Study of 230‐kV and 500‐kV Porcelain Insulators: Earlier Studies, Recent Fragility and Material Tests, and Modeling — M Aly (and Sid's Fragility Tests)
          2:00   2:30   Investigation of the Effect of Support Structure Properties on the Seismic Fragility of Electrical Insulator Posts Using Real‐Time Hybrid Simulation — S Gunay
          2:30   3:00   Usage of Laser Scanner and Still Images in Fragility Study of Concrete Duct Banks and Substations — S Takhirov
          3:00   3:30   Component Tests of Concrete Duct Banks — S Yarra
          3:30   4:00   Modeling of Concrete Duct Banks — N Peralta
          4:00   4:30   Tour of PEER and nees@berkeley Facilities
          4:30   5:00   Demo of Seismic Tests of Isolated and Fixed-Base Equipment on Real‐Time Hybrid Simulation Platform (at nees@berkeley)
 
  5:00       Adjourn

 


For questions please feel free to contact

 

Workshop Pages: Recap with Group Photo

 

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