Advanced Electric Motors and Power Transformers Operation, Application & Selection
DATE VENUE FEES REGISTRATION
10 Jul - 12 Jul, 2017 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 2967 Register Now
Following information: Venue at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Training Date from 10 Jul 2017 till 12 Jul 2017
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MASTER
3 day/s
SGD 2437 Purchase it before 24 Apr 2017
SGD 2967
WORKSHOP OVERVIEW
Learn practical methods for specifying, testing, and maintaining two of the most common power system components

This course will expand your knowledge of motor and transformer operations by teaching you how to determine correct motor and transformer connections, and how to specify and apply the proper motor or transformer to meet load requirements. Numerous classroom workshops will reinforce your learning and give you the confidence to apply the knowledge you gained from attending this course when you return to your job.

Learn practical information about the two most important types of electrical equipment. In this course, you’ll learn how to apply, specify, operate, maintain and engineer the installation of power transformers and electric motors and associated equipment in an industrial, commercial, institutional, or electric utility setting.

This course will have deep focus on 3 crucial topics: Become familiar with standard transformer factory tests and how to interpret their
results, learn the basics of transformer oil chemistry and how to understand Dissolved Gas Analysis results, understand how to perform and interpret electrical and mechanical field tests on motors. The trainer uses animations, particularly on motors and rotating magnetic fields to clarify concepts. Photos will be used throughout the course (show specific types of motor failure.)

By learning both in a single short course, what is learned about one will reinforce knowledge regarding the other. Certain aspects may be easier to understand in the context of a motor, or vice versa. One difference between motors and transformers involves connections: motor stators are connected either delta or ungrounded wye, while transformers have more connection options. This is covered in the
transformers section.This course assumes basic familiarity with transformers and motors, although in-depth knowledge is not necessary.The course moves from a basic level into more advanced topics. This course will fill in the “missing pieces.”
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
  • Know the different types of transformer construction and which is appropriate for a given application.
  • Understand the purpose of and how to interpret transformer standard factory tests.
  • Know how to use oil testing data (dissolved gas analysis) to diagnose problems before they lead to failure.
  • Be familiar with electrical and mechanical field testing procedures for motors.
  • Understand the effects of variable frequency drives on motors.
  • Be able to formulate a sound strategy whether to repair or replace a damaged transformer or motor.
  • Become familiar with standard transformer factory tests and how to interpret their results.
  • Learn the basics of transformer oil chemistry and how to understand Dissolved Gas Analysis results, 
  • Understand how to perform & interpret electrical and mechanical field tests on motors.
PROGRAMME
  • Transformer Background
  • Factory Test
  • Transformer Test Report
  • Transformer Oil Analysis
  • Induction Motor
  • Field Test
  • Repair vs Repair
AUDIENCE
Utility, plant, or consulting engineers and technicians involved in the selection, specification, application, operation, testing
maintenance, installation, or engineering of the installation of motors or transformers.

• Electrical Engineer/ Electrical Services Manager
• Field engineer
• Production Engineer
• Distribution Engineer
• Maintenance engineer / Supervisor
• Manager of Operations
• Manufacturing engineer
• Senior Engineer / Staff Engineer
• Design Engineer - involved in design of systems involving motors and transformers.
• Testing and Maintenance Manager
• Engineers who want to know how to determine correct motor and transformer connections, and how to specify and apply the
proper motor or transformer to meet load requirements.
• Experienced engineers who want to fills in gaps in their knowledge, making transformers and motors more understandable.
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