Massimo A.G. Mitolo

Massimo A.G. Mitolo, Ph.D., P.E., P.Eng., CFEI

Senior Consultant

Over the course of 27 years of professional experience, Dr. Massimo Mitolo has developed and applied an analytical approach to the calculations of prospective and effective touch voltages in electrical systems. 

He is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of the design of low-voltage electrical installations, power systems analysis, bonding and grounding of power systems, electrical safety engineering, and electrical accident reconstruction.

Dr. Mitolo’s background includes a tenured professorship in Electrotechnics and Applications in Italy, and extensive experience as a consultant engineer and expert witness in court. He has performed analysis of accidents caused by failure of protective measures against electric shock and direct contact with live parts. Dr. Mitolo is a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in Italy and in California, a licensed firefighter in New Jersey, and a Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator (CFEI). He has authored over 100 journal papers in the field of electrical safety and the college textbooks: "Electrical Safety of Low-Voltage Systems with McGraw-Hill," and "Laboratory Manual for Introduction to Electronics: A Basic Approach" with Pearson. Dr. Mitolo has been the recipient of numerous awards from professional societies.

Publications

  • Arc Welding Processes: An Electrical Safety Analysis, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, March 2017
  • Currents Passing Through the Human Body: The Numerical Viewpoint, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, March 2017
  • Safety Against Burns From Hot Touchable Parts of Electrical Equipment, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, October 2016
  • Interactions Between Cathodically Protected Pipelines and Grounding Systems, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, September 2016
  • A Life Dedicated to the Electrical Sciences, IEEE Industry Applications Magazine, September 2016
  • District Heating Safety Issues: Interactions Between Grounding Systems and Thermal Installations, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, March 2016
  • Electrical Model of Building Structures Under Ground Fault Conditions, Part II, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, March 2016
  • Electrical Model of Building Structures Under Ground Fault Conditions, Part I, IEEE Transactions on Industry Application, March 2016
  • On the New Terminology Introduced in Std. IEEE P3003.2 Recommended Practice for Equipment Grounding and Bonding in Industrial and Commercial Power Systems, IEEE Transactions on Industry Application, March 2016
  • Touch Voltage Analysis in Low-Voltage Power Systems Studies, IEEE Transactions on Industry Application, January 2016
  • See CV for further publications

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