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Steve Eeckhoudt is a senior expert within the Electrical Equipment Competence Centre at ENGIE Laborelec, specialist in insulating fluids and power transformer condition monitoring. The centre focus is on helping operators to assess the condition of their power transformers and ensure reliable monitoring. Steve is also the author of a number of publications and has participated in international research projects on corrosive sulphur, oil additives, stray gassing, transformer ageing and condition assessment. He is a member of several IEC TC10 working groups (MT21, MT38) and CIGRE working groups (JWG D1/A2.47, D1.70) and is the current chairman of the Belgian NC IEC TC10.
Robby De Smedt is an electrical expert in power transformers, also working in the Electrical Equipment Competence Centre at ENGIE Laborelec. He is always on hand to provide assistance in the field of transformers to engineering companies, power plant and grid operators, as well as maintenance companies worldwide, ranging from purchasing, manufacturing, and installation, to maintenance and troubleshooting. Over the years, he has gained wide experience as a witness to the transformer manufacturing process and factory acceptance tests and with auditing of transformers suppliers. Robby also has up-to-date knowledge of standards relating to transformers (IEC/ANSI) and quality issues that might arise during manufacturing.