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Root Cause Failure Analysis

Dallas, TX

  • 7 January 2019
  • Author: Super
  • Number of views: 77

Event date: 3/27/2020 - 3/28/2020 Export event

Presented by Mike Howell, EASA Technical Support Specialist

Seminar content
One of the most important factors to consider when repairing motors is to understand why they failed. This seminar will focus on common as well as unusual types of failures broken down by components.

EASA Root Cause Failure Analysis - 2nd Ed.This seminar is intended for anyone interested in understanding motor failures, and those who want to serve customers by addressing the cause of failure rather than the symptom. An extensive resource manual includes hundreds of photos of a wide range of failures, with the likely causes listed, and a clear methodology for confirming the probable cause of each failure. Each student will also receive a CD-ROM containing a PDF version of the manual with almost all photographs in color.

Seminar highlights

  • Root cause methodology
  • Bearing failures
  • Winding failures
  • Rotor failures
  • Shaft failures
  • Mechanical failures
  • DC motor failures
  • Accessory failures
  • Case studies

Important: To reap the full benefit of the Root Cause Failure Analysis seminar, attendees should have basic knowledge of electric motors either through experience or from attending EASA’s Principles of Medium & Large AC Motors seminar.

What To Bring
Instructional items will be provided. You should need only note-taking materials.

Class Hours
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

DFW Airport South
4151 Centreport Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76155
Rate: $105. Rate good through 3/5/2020.
Phone: +1 817 358 1700. (Be sure to mention yourself as being with EASA.)


Complimentary airport shuttle

  • From the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport to the hotel
    Hours of Operation are 5am-1am
    • Once you arrive at the D/FW International Airport, please go the baggage claim area in your terminal and look for the Hotel Board/Phone Display.  The Board will instruct you on how to call the D/FW Airport Marriott SOUTH.
    • Once you have connected with the hotel operator, your reservation will be verified to insure that you are staying at the D/FW Airport Marriott SOUTH property.  This procedure is in place to insure that you will be shuttled to the correct hotel location. (Please note: There is also a Marriott at the North end of the airport).
    • The hotel operator will ask you for your Terminal and closest Gate Number and will instruct you to the nearest Courtesy Van Site.  You will then proceed to the lower level of the terminal and look for the Courtesy Van waiting area designated by the hotel operator.  The waiting area is just outside of the terminal door.
    • It is imperative that all guests call the hotel to request to be picked up.  There is not a regular shuttle that passes by on a schedule.  If you prefer to contact the hotel directly on your mobile phone and by-pass going to the baggage claim area, you may call 817-358-1700. 
  • From the hotel to Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
    • The shuttle to the D/FW International Airport departs from the hotel every ½ hour.  Please go to the bellstand or see the front desk associate to let them know you wish to go to the airport.
Type of training
  • Seminar
  • Mike Howell - EASA staff
Member price$489 per person ($529 after the discount deadline)
Non-member price$589 per person ($629 after the discount deadline)
Discount deadline3/5/2020
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