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Offering Training

Control of Induction Motor Drives

DESCRIPTION

Provide a theoretical understanding of scalar and field-vector control methods for induction motor drives. To provide experience with practical implementations of such AC drives through extensive laboratory exercises.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Industrial engineers and all other engineers who wish to update their knowledge on induction motor drives.

SUMMARY OUTLINE

  1. Preliminaries
    • Overview of control strategies for speed control
    • Mathematical models of three-phase ac machines
    • Space vectors and their properties
    • Two-axis dq-models of induction machinesSpace vectors and their properties

 

  1. Scalar and Voltage Vector Control
    • Steady-state equivalent circuits
    • Fundamentals of scalar V/Hz control
    • Voltage synthesis by pulse-width modulation techniques
    • Simple compensators for use with V/Hz control

 

  1. Fundamentals of Rotor-flux Oriented Vector Control
    • IntroductionIntroduction to field-oriented vector control
    • Dynamic model of IM in rotor-flux coordinates
    • Indirect rotor-flux oriented control of IM
    • Direct rotor-flux oriented control of IM

 

  1. Rotor-flux Oriented Control of Current-regulated Induction Machines
    • Methods of estimation of rotor-flux
    • Current controllers in stationary and synchronous coordinates

 

  1. Other variants of flux-vector control techniques
    • Air gap flux oriented vector control
    • Voltage-fed rotor-flux oriented vector control
    • Stator-flux oriented vector control
    • Introduction to speed sensor less control

 

COURSE METHOD

COURSE SPEAKER

v  Presentation

v  Discuss

v  Case Study

v  Evaluation

v  Simulation

Teguh Santoso, Ir

 

Teguh Santoso experienced more than 27 years in electrical.

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Hotel Grage Ramayana Maliobor Yogyakarta,

29-31 Januari 2013

26-28 Februari 2013

26-28 Maret 2013

23-25 April 2013

28-30 Mei 2013

26-28 Juni 2013

14-16 Agustus 2013

27-29 Agustus 2013

25-27 September 2013

23-25 Oktober 2013

26-28 November 2013

18-20 Desember 2013

 

3 days

08 am – 04 pm

In House Training:

Depend on request

 

IDR 6,500,000.00 per participant non residential

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

 

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

¨  Module / Handout

¨  Certificate

¨  Souvenir

¨  Training Kit

cp : 087738629599 / 081229832601

 

 

 

 

Offering Training

Connecting and Disconnecting a Motor

DESCRIPTION

More and more maintenance employees are required to cross-traditional craft lines and perform the work of another discipline. Recent additions to OSHA regulations (29CFR1910 Subpart S) have made a requirement that only a qualified person can perform electrical work. This does not mean they have to be an electrician. However, cross skill workers must be able to identify any hazards that may exist before performing any electrical work.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Engineering and design personnel
  • Maintenance and technical services personnel
  • Process and operations personnel
  • Technical and process managers
  • Engineering and design personnel
  • Electrical consulting engineers
  • Electrical contractors

SUMMARY OUTLINE

  1. Safety and the Law
  • Qualified Person – Per OSHA
  • Identifying Energized Parts
  • Electrical Safe Work Practices
  • NFPA Guidelines

 

  1. Motor Circuit Basics
  • The Power Circuit
  • The Control Circuit
  • Checking for Power

 

  1. Steps to Check Out a Motor Circuit
  • Voltage Sensors and Meters
  • Determining Voltage Levels
  • Lock Out and Tag Out Procedures
  • Generic Procedure

 

  1. OSHA Requirements
  • Alertness (NFPA 70E)
  • Proper Illumination
  • Conductive Apparel
  • Insulated Gloves, Tools and Equipment
  • Protective Shields
  • Interlocks
  • Face Shields

 

  1. Electrical Conventions
  • Insulation and Terminal Color Code
  • Hot vs. Neutral vs. Ground
  • Connectors and Terminating Devices
  • “T” Lead Connections
  • Basic 9 and 12 Lead Connections
  • Other Motor Connection Diagrams

COURSE METHOD

COURSE SPEAKER

v  Presentation

v  Discuss

v  Case Study

v  Evaluation

v  Simulation

Teguh Santoso, Ir

 

Teguh Santoso experienced more than 27 years in electrical.

TIME & VENUE

COURSE FEE

Jentra Dagen Hotel

Jl. Dagen 85 Malioboro Yogyakarta,

29-31 Januari 2013

26-28 Februari 2013

26-28 Maret 2013

23-25 April 2013

28-30 Mei 2013

26-28 Juni 2013

14-16 Agustus 2013

27-29 Agustus 2013

25-27 September 2013

23-25 Oktober 2013

26-28 November 2013

18-20 Desember 2013

 

3 days

08 am – 04 pm

In House Training:

Depend on request

 

IDR 6,500,000.00 per participant non residential

Course fees can be transferred to the following account number :

 

FACILITY

INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION

¨  Module / Handout

¨  Certificate

¨  Souvenir

¨  Training Kit

cp : 087738629599 / 081229832601

 

 

 

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