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Motors and Motor Controls

Motors and Motor Controls

Jentra Dagen Hotel, Yogyakarta | 15 – 18 September 2014 | IDR 7.000,000.00 / participant
Jentra Dagen Hotel, Yogyakarta | 08 – 11 Decmber 2014 | IDR 7.000,000.00 / participant

 

DESCRIPTION

Training Motors and Motor Controls is a way to stay competitive as industry must constantly reduce planning, manufacturing installation and maintenance costs. This Motors and Motor Controls course introduces the students to the basics of motor and motor control design, application, installation and maintenance, protection and control and describes the control operations and uses of each control products, it’s voltage, current and frequency ratings.



OBJECTIVE

Upon completion of this course, the student will learn:

  • How current NFPA 70E standards apply to your facility
  • Standards for limits of approach explained
  • Safe installation and maintenance of electrical equipment
  • Arc Flash Protection and Labeling
  • Which employees must be trained
  •  Safe electrical work practices
  •  The use of personal protective equipment
  •  Test equipment and insulated tools
  •  How to establish and maintain compliance
  • Learn arc flash approach boundary calculation and more!



WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Anyone associated with the use of electrical motors in the industrial or automation environment. The workshop will also benefit those working in system design as well as site commissioning, maintenance and troubleshooting.

Typical personnel who would benefit are:

  • Plant Engineers
  • Instrument Technicians
  • Engineering and design personnel
  •  Operations personnel
  • Electrical Maintenance Technicians
  •  Instrument and Control Engineers
  •  Electrical Contractors
  •  Electrical consulting engineers
  • Process control Engineers
  •  Mechanical Engineers
  • Service Technicians
  •  Maintenance Personnel



SUMMARY OUTLINE

Course Content Session I:  General Motor Design and Operation
Basic Motor Theory
AC Motors

  • Induction
  • Synchronous
  • Wound Rotor
  • DC Motors

Power System Effects on Motors

  • Voltage
  • Frequency
  • Harmonics

Application of Motor Loads

  • Variable Torque
  • Constant Torque
  • Constant Horsepower

High Efficiency Motors

  • Cost vs. Energy Saving Analysis
  •  Inrush Characteristics
  • kVA Code

Power Factor Correction

  • What is power factor?
  • Methods to improve it

Session II: Motor Control Techniques
Symbology and Terminology

  • Basic Symbols
  • The Power Circuit
  •   The Control Circuit

Starting Methods

  • Full Voltage
  • Reduced Voltage
  • Wye-Delta
  • Soft Starting
  •  Vacuum Contactors

Stopping Methods

  • Dynamic Braking
  •  Plugging
  •  Mechanical Braking

Speed Control

  • Separate Winding
  • Consequent Pole
  • Wound Rotor
  • Mechanical
  • Variable Voltage
  • Variable Frequency

VFD Effects on Motors Performance

  •  Reflected wave phenomena
  • Grounding
  • Shaft Currents
  • nsulation Failure

Session III: Motor Protection
Induction Motor Characteristics

  •  Insulation Systems
  •  Temperature Limits
  • Service Factor
  •  Thermal Limit Curves
  • Vendor Motor Data

Short Circuit Protection

  • Fuses
  • Circuit Breaker
  •  MCP

Overload Protection

  •   Overload Relay

Thermal Protection

  • RTD
  • Thermistor

Solid State Motor Protection Relay

  •  Advantages
  •  Enhanced Protection
  • Application Examples
  • Relay Setting

Session IV: Motor Failure Analysis
Electrical Failures

  •  Insulation Failure
  • Thermal Heating
  • Harmonic Heating
  •  Improper Grounding

Mechanical Failures

  •  Bearing Failures
  •  Belt Alignment
  • Shaft Alignment

Load Related Failures

  • Application Abuse
  • Overloading

Session V: Motor Testing Methods
Insulation Life Overview
Testing methods

  • Insulation Resistance
  • Polarization Index
  • DC Hipot
  •  DC Ramp Test
  •  AC Hipot
  • Capacitance test
  •  Dissipation Factor
  •  Partial Discharge
  •  Surge Test
  • Mechanical Testing
  • On-line Testing

Session VI: Motor Maintenance Practices
Electrical Maintenance

  • Cooling Components
  •  Periodic Testing
  • Load Check
  • Temperature

Mechanical Maintenance

  • Mechanically Intact
  • Vibration
  • Cleaning
  • Belts/ Couplings
  • Guards

METHODE

  • Discuss
  • Case Study
  • Evaluation
  • Simulation



INSTRUKTUR

Teguh Santoso, Ir
Teguh Santoso experienced more than 26 years in Electrical.



TIME & VENUE

  • Jentra Dagen Hotel Jl. Dagen 85 Malioboro Yogyakarta,
  • 17-20 March 2014
  • 1-4 June 2014
  • 15-18 September 2014
  • 8-11 Decmber 2014
  • 4 days (08 am – 04 pm)



COURSE FEE

IDR 7.000,000.00 per participant non residential



FACILITY

  • Module / Handout Motors and Motor Controls Training
  • Certificate
  • Souvenir
  • Training Kit

 

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