Applying Motor Control Drives (SP15) | July 15, 2013 8:00 AM - July 17, 2013 4:00 PM | Automation.com

Applying Motor Control Drives (SP15)

Event Summary

DATE:
July 15, 2013 - July 17, 2013
LOCATION:
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
COUNTRY:
USA
START DATE/TIME:
July 15, 2013 8:00 AM
END DATE/TIME:
July 17, 2013 4:00 PM
EVENT TYPE:
Training
HOST:
ISA
PHONE:
919-549-8411
EMAIL:
[email protected]
WEBSITE:
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Description

You will be able to:

Define motor torque and horsepower
Calculate volts per hertz ratio as related to Variable Frequency Drives
Specify, select, and implement motors for variable torque and horsepower
Recognize how variable frequency AC drives operate
Determine the need for variable speed drives in industrial processes
Interpret motor performance curves
Differentiate between slip and synchronous speed induction motors
Apply procedures to reverse direction of a three-phase motor
Identify the advantages of brushless DC motors
Discuss stepper and servo motor systems for industrial applications
Explain the differences in various motion control feedback devices

You will cover:

DC Motors Theory and Construction: Series | Shunt | Compound
DC Motor Torque and Horsepower Control: Field Control | Armature Control
Single-Phase AC Motor Theory and Construction: Squirrel Cage | Induction Rotor | Split Phase and Capacitive Start
Three-Phase AC Motor Theory and Construction: Squirrel Cage | Induction Rotor | Wye Field Winding | Delta Field Winding | Self Starting
Motor Specifications: NEMA Designs and Types | Torque vs. Speed Curves
Motor Control Circuits: 2-Wire Control | 3-Wire Control | Magnetic Motor Starters | Soft Start
Motor Applications: Constant Torque vs. Variable Horsepower | Constant Horsepower vs. Variable Torque | Variable Torque vs. Variable Horsepower
Solid State DC Drives: Constant Torque Control | Constant Horsepower Control
AC Drive Characteristics: Volts per Hertz | Variable Voltage Input (VVI) | Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) | Flux Vector Drives (FVD) | Typical Control Applications
Servo Systems: Brushless DC Motors | Position Loop Systems | Positioners (Encoders)
Stepper Motor Systems: Theory of Operation | Advantages/Disadvantages | Application Selection

Classroom/Laboratory Exercises:

Calculate motor-to-load
Calculate torque-to-load
Measure variable speed drive operation

Includes ISA Text: Motors and Drives: A Practical Technology Guide

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