Masterclass on Motor Driven Systems *SCEM PDUs TBA [MMDS-201710]
** SCEM PDUs to be awarded to SCEMs and Professional Engineers
This 3-day course is an in-depth analysis of the various topics associated with motors and motor systems in commercial and industrial facilities. The 3-day intensive course will begin with examining how various types of motors works, how they are selected and applied, and how they interact with the electrical distribution system. We will then look at maintenance considerations, and the impact of using Variable Frequency Drives (VFD). We will conclude the course with special considerations for motors and VFDs used in compressor systems, fan systems and pump systems, including an overview of best practices for optimizing these systems.
At the completion of the 3-day training, attendees will be able to:
Identify key components of a motor
List eight key name plate motor characteristics
Explain the benefits of motor management
List the four key elements of a high quality motor repair
Describe the differences between a premium efficiency and a standard motor
Recognise the prime factors that contribute to poor power factor
List 3 consequences of a poor power factor
Compare strategies for improving power factor
Describe the advantage and disadvantages of using variable frequency drives
Engineers, energy managers, facilities managers who are working in the industrial manufacturing sector.
Administrative Information: If registered participant is unable to attend, a representative/replacement may be allowed to attend at no extra cost. There will be no refund of fees for withdrawal.
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