Substation Expert Witness

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Substation expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on substation. The substation expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Electrical Engineering and Electricity.

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Jack D Matthews, PE David Matthews Engineering, LLC

Dallas, Georgia
Electrical Engineering, Electricity - Substation, Protective Relaying, Controls, Transmission, Distribution, Industrial, Commercial, Arc Flash, accident investigation, electrical measurement, power quality investigation, electrical analysis
David Matthews PE has spent decades designing electrical utility and industrial systems, testing utility equipment, investigating, and analyzing utility outages and switching events, performing utility operations analysis, investigating utility damage claims, and performing electrical planning and analysis using EasyPower, CYME, CYME TCC, PSS/E, ETAP. David Matthews is knowledgeable on the IEEE Color Series, National Electric Code (NFPA 70), Electrical Safety and Arc Flash Analysis (NFPA 70E), Grounding, electrical measurement and analysis, arc flash analysis, accident investigation, power quality investigation, equipment testing (NETA) and fault analysis. David Matthews is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). David Matthews Engineering, LLC carries $1 Million in Professional Liability Insurance. David is highly knowledgeable on a wide range of electrical systems and equipment and can help you win your case.

Robert L. Wolf III, PE Forensic and Engineering Services, PLLC

La Grange, Kentucky
Electrical Engineering, Electricity - Substation, Protective Relaying, Power Line Carrier, Control Systems, Shock, Electricity, Human Performance, Human Error, Transmission, Distribution, Industrial, Commercial, Petrochemical, Instrumentation, SCADA.
Robert Wolf, PE has spent his career as a power and controls engineer in Residential, Commercial, Institutional, Industrial and Utility industries. His career began designing building electrical systems working closely with architects, and it later evolved into heavy industrial substation and control system design - primarily refineries and chemical plants. Recently, he has spent his time working for electric utilities designing both Transmission and Distribution systems, designing protection schemes and investigating events. He has taken special interest in the area of Human Performance Improvement where he strives to understand why incidents occur, and how Human Performance Tools and Techniques can be used to prevent future incidents. He has had special training in various investigatory methods, the two most prominent being an 8-hour NERC Causal Analysis training and the 2-day TapRoot process training. As a Human Performance Improvement Specialist, Robert has facilitated the d...