A must-attend course that will benefit all those in the rail industry who have had only a little exposure to earthing in rail – build your confidence & appreciation of the technical language, key system requirements, design parameters & operational realities
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Rail Earthing Fundamentals – Perth, on Tuesday
November 12, 2013 at 8:15 am
This course provides participants with a sound basis in science and practical examples for understanding and problem solving with earthing systems in the rail environment.
The course begins with an introduction to the physics of earthing including the areas of circuit fundamentals, conductive effects, proximity, mutual earth resistance and inductive coupling.
It will then cover soil resistivity fundamentals, field testing and model assessment and derivation before moving on to empirical and analytical voltage design methods and analysis issues for typical applications.
The course includes interactive practical sessions where we will ‘see’ how specific changes and errors affect outcomes which is invaluable in turning information into understanding.
We ensured was distributed across all relative platforms as well as locally, nationally, globally and socially with a total site reach of 28,3M !
Targeted : 23
Global : 10
National : 2
Social : 4
Association : 1
We wanted to reach the required number of participants to the event, that is why we made every effort to broadcast it on a wide network composed of 16 industry specific, 5 targeted, 12 global sites, 9 national and 8 local sites, 4 social and 1 association site.
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We can grow your audience reach and achieve better natural search. The publishers who we work with can expect to appear on the first page of Google, when searching for reached 40% coverage on the first page and continued to deliver coverage on pages two, three and four.
To be as transparent as possible, evvnt always sends a detailed report to each client.
Broadcast results: Total number sites the event has been submitted to, depending on the category, location and the level of targeting required for the event.
Audience reach: See how many people can see the event including aggregated total unique users globally and estimated to the event. We also document sites that pass content on to mobile apps.
Detailed reporting: A click tracking report with a summary of the events performance is activated and supplied within the product segmented by url type and the site delivering traffic.
Key figures: 62% of live links
40% coverage on Google’s first page Listing on
14 mobile apps
Active in all 5 major search engines.