Motor Current Signature Analysis (MCSA)

Motor Current Signature Analysis (MCSA)

DESCRIPTION
Motor Current Signature Analysis (MCSA) is a diagnostic and technique that is used to analyze motors. As a preventative maintenance tool, MCSA can be used to perform a one-time test or periodic testing to track and trend motor performance. MCSA allows for remote, non-intrusive testing of the equipment being monitored.

COURSE OUTCOME
After successfully completing this course, Participants will able to do the following:
•A hands-on understanding Motor Current Signature Analysis (MCSA)
•The electrodynamics and construction of induction motors
•The features of high quality motors
•The design and operation of variable frequency drives
•Increased confidence in fault diagnosis

COURSE OUTLINE
1.Asset management, RBM, CBM, and condition monitoring for electrical drive systems
2.Causes and effects of: broken rotor bars, abnormal air-gap eccentricity, shorted turns in stator windings, shaft/coupling misalignment, stator core vibration characteristics and problems
3.Interrelationships between current and vibration monitoring to detect the root cause (RCA) of problems
4.Fundamentals on current signature analysis
5.MCSA instrumentation
6.Current signature patterns due to faults
7.Reliable interpretation of current spectra
8.Effect of motor design, load, and drive train
9.Prediction of fault severity: reliability and limitations

COURSE METHODE COORDINATOR
•Presentation
•Discussion
•Simulation
•Case Study
•Evaluation

Facilities:
•Convinience Meeting room
•Fee Instruktur
•2x coffee break and lunch during training
•Training kit
•Hard and soft copy material
•Certificate
•Souvenir

Registration Contact
Egga
WA:081343582804
Email: eggatraining@gmail.com

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