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MCSA for Induction Motor Diagnosis & VFD

DESCRIPTION:

Hands-on activities will be led on the Machinery Fault Simulator (MFS) to show run of the typical motor fault and to inspect the issues encompassing vibration analysis versus motor current signature analysis. Average machine fault will incorporate unbalanced rotor, bowed rotor, broken rotor bars, shorted turns over low voltage stator windings, air gap eccentricity, and bearing imperfections under different loading conditions. The direction is performed in a classroom setting with workstations organized for conducting controlled activities. Every workstation comprises of a MFS with an assortment of  fault kits, a 8-channel information securing framework with a PC, programming for simulating signal processing concepts, preparing and data analysis software, completely wired sensors, and fundamental frill, for example, tachometer, strobe, and so on. Each of the PCs are arranged for open exchange of data and enhanced discussion. Copied shortcomings from case histories will be incorporated.

 CONTENT:

  • Reasons and outcome of: broken rotor bars, coupling misalignment, abnormal air gap eccentricity, shorted turns in stator windings, stator core vibration characteristics and problems
  • Detection of mechanical problems with help of MCSA.
  • Interlink between current and vibration monitoring to detect the root cause (RCA) of problems.
  • Condition monitoring for electrical drive systems and
  • Asset management, CBM, RBM
  • Basics of current signature analysis.
  • Reliable clarification about current spectra.
  • Effect of motor design, load, and drive train
  • Prediction of fault severity: reliability and limitations
  • Current signature patterns as a result of defects
  • Enquiry report from a range of industries
  • Motor current signature analysis instrumentation
  • Motor current signature analysis products: limitations, operation and strengths.
  • Signal processing abstraction and defects

BENEFITS:

  • The fabrications and electrodynamics of induction motors.
  • Characteristics of high quality motors.
  • Real time analysis and understanding Motor Current Signature Analysis.
  • The delineation and working of variable frequency drives
  • Increased credence in fault detection

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Managers, safety and reliability engineers, consultants, maintenance personnel, motor manufacturers, university professors and motor repair shop personnel can be a part of this course.

Contacts
  • KIIT-TBI, Campus - XI, KIIT University, Patia, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India - 751024
  • +91 98610 15544
  • +91 98610 15544
  • training@arrelic.com
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