Chuck Yung

Senior Technical Support Specialist,
Electrical Apparatus Service Association

Yung is a senior technical support specialist for the Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA). He is also a Senior Member of IEEE, and is currently chair of their IEEE 1068 working group.  He has been involved in the rotating equipment repair industry since 1974.  Yung has authored more than 130 technical papers, including several published in the IEEE Industry Applications magazine.

Estimation of Electric Motor Load
Here is a simple method for estimating the actual load on an electric motor without special equipment.
Overcoming Junction Box-to-Motor Mounting Deficiencies 5
Some plants ground the motor frame; others only connect the ground to the J-box.
The ABCs of Bearing Inspection 1
Many of you have good in-house predictive maintenance departments, and others outsource that work to others.
Common Recommendations for Stored Motors 
When an electric motor will be stored a long time before being placed in service, you must take certain steps to ensure it will be suitable for operation when it’s needed.
Electrical Testing Feed

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Sep 10, 2015

ON DEMAND: An Effective Electrical Safety Program that Delivers

This hour-long webinar will cover the wording in various IEEE recommended practices, NFPA 70E and ANSI Z10 with an emphasis on what it means in terms of designing, implementing and managing an Effective Electrical Safety Program....More
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ON DEMAND: Mitigation Methods for Arc Flash Hazards - Enhancing Personal Safety

The energy released during an arc flash event can result in severe damage to personnel, equipment, and property. While there are solutions which seek to improve the protection for each, this program will focus on personnel....More
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