At the completion of this course the participant will have developed an understanding the tools needed to implement energy efficiency improvement for motors and its drive systems thereby to reduce electricity bill, and increase equipment reliability.

Price ₱13,000

Description

Duration: 3 Days
Training Fee: Php 13, 000

 

Who Should Attend:
The target audience are Mechanical Engineers and Electrical Engineers. Plant engineers, facility managers, operations personnel, and others whose work involves motor and drive systems.

 

Objectives:
At the completion of this course the participant will have developed an understanding the tools needed to implement energy efficiency improvement for motors and its drive systems thereby to reduce electricity bill, and increase equipment reliability.

 

Course Outline:
1. Introduction

1.1 Formula for calculating electricity bill and percent motor load
1.2 Factors that reduce motor efficiency after rewound
1.3 Common maintenance malpractices that reduces motor efficiency
1.4 Minimum Energy Performance Standards (MEPS) and other standards
1.5 Understanding Energy Efficient Motors
1.6 Barriers to energy efficiency

2. Energy Audit

2.1 Estimating the intensity of motor use
2.2 Motor Sizes, Current Dawn, and Supply/Nameplate Voltages
2.3 Vibrations and Alignment
2.4 Piping and Ducting Systems
2.5 Electricity Bills – Simulations
2.6 Case Studies
2.7 Glass Manufacturing Company
2.8 Water Utility
2.9 Solar Manufacturer

3. Electric Motor Asset Management

3.1 Motor Database
3.2 Predictive Maintenance
3.3 Precision Maintenance
3.4 Instituting Repair/Replace Policy
3.5 Reduce the inventory of spare motors
3.6 In-house or outsource?

4. Using Variable Frequency Drives & Soft Starters

4.1 Benefits
4.2 Potential Drawbacks

5. Motor Repair Guidelines

5.1 AC Motor Redesign
5.2 AR100-0406 Recommended Practice of Repairing Electric Motors
5.3 Latest technologies of rewinding motors

6. Addressing In-Plant Electrical Distribution & Power Quality Issues

6.1 Power Quality
6.2 Power Factors

7. Motor System Economics
8. Demonstrations and Hand-on Exercises (2nd and 3rd day)

8.1 Rewound versus High Efficiency Motor
8.2 Predictive Maintenance – Vibration

Analysis

a. Precision Maintenance
b. Voltage Variance
c. Variable Frequency Drive