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EASA eSeminar registrations are non-refundable. EASA reserves the right to cancel an eSeminar if there is insufficient registration. Access to the free seminar manual will be granted once sufficient registration is reached.

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Upcoming Seminars & Webinars

Principles of Medium and Large AC Motors (IEC motors)

eSeminar — online training event

Event date: 2/8/2021 - 2/11/2021 Export event

Price
   Member: $299 per person
   Non-member: $599 per person

REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT

Presented by
Tom Bishop, P.E., and Matthew Conville, P.E.
EASA Technical Support Specialists

This seminar will be presented online using Zoom.

Registration includes a link to download a PDF version of the complete course manual as well as a discount code* for 50% off the purchase of a printed manual. Students will have access to recordings of the sessions for 60 days following the event. Access is granted specifically to the student that is registered and that student must use their own username/password to access the download, discount code and recordings.

Each student must have a unique email address in order to recieve a personalized link to access the online training. Each Zoom link will be good for only one (1) device.

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Monday, February 8 - Thursday, February 11, 2020
9:00 am - 1:00 pm Central each day (3:00 pm - 7:00 pm GMT) (includes at least 3 short breaks)

About the program
This course covers horizontal and vertical induction and synchronous motors rated 50 to 5000 hp (37 to 3700 kW). Many of the principles of operation and construction also apply to motors of all sizes and types. The focus is on squirrel-cage induction motors built to International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) designs.

The companion book is organized into 15 sections, divided by subject or motor component, with some redundancy to facilitate its role as a reference manual. This course and book are especially useful as an entry-level training tool but will be valuable to technicians, sales personnel and engineers with experience levels ranging to 30+ years. 

Seminar highlights include:

  • Motor nomenclature and definitions
  • Motor theory
  • Applications
  • Safety considerations
  • Test and inspection procedures
  • Starting methods and connections
  • Accessories
  • Stator construction and design
  • Rotor construction and design
  • Bearing types and lubrication systems
  • Shaft construction
  • Motor geometry and alignment
  • Vibration and noise
  • Cleaning, reconditioning, storage
  • Synchronous machines

Materials
Registration includes a link to download a PDF version of the complete course manual as well as a discount code* for 50% off the purchase of a printed manual. The download link will be sent in your meeting registration confirmation. Information, class recordings, the PDF download link and other related materials will be available on the EASA website under the training menu or at go.easa.com/my_eseminar.

*Must be redeemed before Feb. 18, 2021

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