EASA, the Electrical Apparatus and Service Association, has announced its spring 2004 seminar schedule, which begins next month and runs to May 2004. Attendance is open to members and non-members.
EASA , the Electrical Apparatus and Service Association, has announced its spring 2004 seminar schedule, which begins next month and runs to May 2004. Attendance is open to members and non-members.
Four courses comprise EASA’s upcoming seminars:
“Principles of Large AC Motors” (January 30-31, 2004) in St. Louis, MO, will appeal to maintenance and field service personnel with its coverage of motor applications, safety issues, vibration, starting methods, and reconditioning. Focus is on induction machines in the 300-5,000 hp range, but principles presented apply to all ac motor sizes.
“Mechanical Repair Fundamentals of Electric Motors” (March 19-20) in Philadelphia, PA, covers basic aspects of motor repair, including motor materials and their characteristics, loads/stresses, common failure modes, and recommended repair practices.
“Fundamentals of DC Operations and Repair Tips” (April 16-17) in Atlanta, GA, addresses issues of direct-current (dc) motors, preferred by some users and which still represent a huge installed base. Course theory is geared to entry-level personnel, while overall content applicable to veteran technologists.
“Root Cause Failure Analysis” (May 7-8) in Las Vegas, NV, will present a methodology to identify the most probable cause of electric motor failure, for types of failure from the most common to the unusual.
For more information, or to enroll, click here or contact EASA at +1 314 993 2220.
—Frank J. Bartos, executive editor, Control Engineering, email@example.com