The Revision of the ABNT NBR 5410 Standard

Tuesday, August 29, 2023

09:10 am - 10:30 am
Expo Center Norte
Cantareira 6 (2nd floor)

09:10 am - 09:50 amAn Overview of the Revision of the NBR 5410 Standard

Hilton Moreno



09:50 am - 10:30 amNormative Aspects of Voltage Drops When Starting Motors

Edson Bittar Henriques

Owner, Consultant and supervisor of electrical engineering projects

PEBH Engenharia Elétrica Ltda

Edson Bittar Henriques, PEBH Engenharia Elétrica Ltda

Owner, Consultant and supervisor of electrical engineering projects


Edson Bittar Henriques is a specialist in Electrical Engineering with an academic background at UNESP - FEIS and post-graduation at USP - Poli. With extensive experience in sectors such as energy, sanitation and mining, he worked in companies such as Eletronorte and Promon Engenharia S.A. In 1994, he co-founded Ápice Engenharia e Consultoria, being Technical Director. He founded Edson Bittar Henriques ME and PEBH Engenharia Elétrica Ltda in 2015, also collaborating with Poyry Tecnologia Ltda and ENGEPOWER Engenharia. He contributed academically with publications in electrical engineering journals and participated in the ABNT study commission for the NBR 5410 standard. As a professor of physics and electrotechnics, he shared his technical knowledge. Henriques is a reference in electrical engineering.

Hilton Moreno, Consultancy



Electrical Engineer from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo; Member of the Brazilian Electricity Committee of ABNT; Former member of the Mercosur Standardization Association and Pan American Technical Standardization Committee; Co-creator and professor of the Postgraduate Course in Building, Commercial and Industrial Electrical Installations; Received from CREA-SP the Diploma of Merit of Engineering, Architecture and Agronomy Paulista; Speaker at congresses, seminars and courses in Brazil and abroad; Author and co-author of several publications, including books, manuals, guides, etc. , and numerous technical articles; Technical consultant for entities and companies in the electrical area.

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