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MOTOR DRIVES, AUTOMATION SYSTEM & MOTOR INVERTER SYSTEM – Almost Running

MOTOR DRIVER & AUTOMATION SYSTEM & MOTOR INVERTER SYSTEM

Yogyakarta | April 12 – 14, 2016 | Rp 6.000.000,- ALMOST RUNNING
Yogyakarta | May 24 – 26, 2016 | Rp 6.000.000,-
Yogyakarta | June 21 – 23, 2016 | Rp 6.000.000,-
Yogyakarta | July 19 – 21, 2016 | Rp 6.000.000,-
Yogyakarta | August 23 – 25, 2016 | Rp 6.000.000,-

Jadwal Training 2016 Selanjutnya …

 

 

OVERVIEW

Electric Motor technical course will discuss application and installation issues related to motors, variable frequency drives and related automation products in three important sessions. The course will conclude with an operating demonstration that will illustrate the three types of equipment tied together into one system via communication cabling, as well as over air via radio transmission.

The Motors, Drives and Automation Systems course will provide the delegates with a solid base of Motor, Drive and Automation theory. The course will also make delegates aware of issues concerning the proper application, installation and maintenance of these types of equipment. The material handouts will cover a wide range starting from the basics and moving on to more complex issues.

  • Application issues
  • Speed range
  • Torque Capability
  • Min Speed
  • Max Speed
  • Reversing
  • Stopping/Braking

OBJECTIVES

  • Learn the Fundamentals of motors, drives and automation systems
  • Update Yourself on the Latest Advancements in VFDs
  • Learn the Latest Improvements in Motor Efficiency
  • Practical Approaches and Problem-Solving Solutions
  • Learn How to Solve Common Motor and VFD Problems
  • Learn Practical Troubleshooting Techniques
  • Learn the Automation Considerations Between Motors, Drives and PLCs
  • Reduce Reliance on Outside Service Companies
  • Make Sure Your Equipment is Up and Running

COURSE CONTENTS

Session One: Electric Motors

  • Electromagnetism
  • Developing a Rotating Magnetic Field
  • NEMA Rotor Characteristics
  • Motor Specifications
  • NEMA and IEEE standards
  • Enclosures
  • MG! Part 30 and Part 31 differences
  • Impregnation Systems
  • Stator Failures and preventative measures
  • AC Rotor Construction
  • Rotor Failures
  • Enclosures, Frames & Cooling
  • Bearings
  • Bearing Failures
  • Insulation Classes
  • General Motor Testing Methods
  • Motor Overhauls
  • Motor Rewinds
  • On-line Condition Monitoring
  • Information Management for Decision-making
  • Qualifying Repair Facilities
  • Memprogram Setting Parameter Inverter

Session Two: AC Drives

  • VFD Overview
  • Voltage And Frequency
  • Basic AC Drive
  • Constant Torque Applications
  • Variable Torque Applications
  • Constant Horsepower Applications
  • Multi-motor Applications
  • Input Filtering requirements
    – Line transients
    – Power Factor
    – Harmonic mitigation
  • VFD Demonstration
  • Output Filtering Requirements
    – Long Cable runs
    – dv/dt voltage rise
    – Peak voltage
    – Bearing Currents

 Session Three: Human Machine Interface and Automation Considerations

  • Introduction
  • PLCs
  • Number Systems
  • Terminology
  • Basic Requirements
  • Connecting External Device
  • Programming A PLC
    – Ladder Logic
    – Statement List
    – Function Blocks
  • Discrete Inputs/Outputs
  • Analog Inputs and Outputs
  • High-Speed Instructions
  • Communications
  • Network Communications
    – ASI
    – Data Highway
    – Profibus
    – Device net
    – TCIP
  • Demonstration

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Industrial, Commercial, Institutional Electrical Engineering & Maintenance Technicians
  • Electric Motor Operations staff
  • Other electrical personnel involved in the operation and control of electric motors.

METHODS

  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Simulation
  • Animation
  • Video
  • Evaluation

 

COURSE LEADER

  • Tugino, S.T., M.T.
  • Miftakhul Hudha, S.T., M.Eng.Sc.

(Expert in mechanical dan electrical engineering)

 

 

 

 

TIME & VENUE

  • Batch 4 : April 12 – 14, 2016 (almost running – Yogyakarta)
  • Batch 5 : May 24 – 26, 2016 ;
  • Batch 6 : June 21 – 23, 2016
  • Batch 7 : July 19 – 21, 2016 ;
  • Batch 8 : Augst 23 – 25, 2016 ;
  • Batch 9 : September 14 – 16, 2016
  • Batch 10 : October 25 – 27, 2016 ;
  • Batch 11 : November 15 – 17, 2016 ;
  • Batch 12 : December 6 – 8, 2016
  • 08.00 am – 16.00 pm
  • Yogyakarta: Ibis Styles Hotel Yogyakarta ; Cavinton Hotel Yogyakarta ; Neo Malioboro Hotel Yogyakarta
  • Surabaya: Hotel Santika Pandegiling Surabaya /
  • Jakarta: Ibis Jakarta Arcadia Hotel / Ibis Jakarta Tamarin Hotel
  • Bandung: Golden Flower Hotel Bandung ; De Batara Hotel Bandung /
  • Bali: Ibis Bali Kuta Hotel ; Harris Kuta Raya Hotel Bali

In House Training : Depend on request

TUITION FEE

Yogyakarta:

  • 6.000.000 IDR /participant (non residensial)*
  • Special Rate: 5.500.000 IDR (min 3 participants from the same company)

Bandung / Jakarta / Surabaya:

  • 7.000.000 IDR /participant (non residensial)*

Bali:

  • 8.000.000 IDR /participant (non residensial)*
FACILITIES
  • Meeting Room at Hotel
  • Coffe Break & Lunch
  • Module (hard & soft copy/flashdish)
  • Training Kit
  • Souvenir
  • Sertifikat
  • Airport pick up services
  • Transportation during training

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