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Electric Machines in Modern Day Energy Systems

Electric Machines


Electric Machines in Modern Day Energy Systems
 

Course Dates: August 11 & 12, 2017


Electric Machines in Modern Day Energy Systems is one of five courses in the Smart Power program. This course will cover the basics of rotating machines. The relationships between mechanical energy, magnetic energy and electrical energy associated with rotating machines and how these relate to the steady state operating characteristics will be presented. Application of generators and motors in electric power systems will be discussed. Machine control and variable speed operation of rotating electric machines will also be covered.
 

Two-day course outline:

  1. Electromechanical energy conversion in electric machines.
  2. Electric machine topologies and characteristics: synchronous, induction, permanent magnet, and combinations of these.
  3. Variable speed control of electric machines: application examples and energy efficiency advantages.
  4. Application considerations.
  5. Future trends in electric machine development.

 

This course is taught by The Ohio State University College of Engineering and the Electrical and Computer Science department faculty.


Location and Time: 

August 11 & 12, 2017

Dreese Lab, room 260
The Ohio State University

Class is 8 am - 5pm each day.
Lunch each day is included in the registration price.

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Course Pre-requisites

A bachelor's degree in engineering or an equivalent degree and/or work experience. Basic understanding of electrical circuits is strongly desired. 
 

Cancellations and Refunds

A full refund minus a $50 administrative fee if cancellation is received three weeks prior to the start of the course. No refunds within three weeks of the course start date. Registrations can be transferred.