Course admission requirements:
Basic knowledge of reading electrical circuits.
This Electric Motor Control course explains the fundamental concepts of electrical control design and maintenance for three-phase induction motors.
Design simple and complex control circuits.
all the circuits discussed in this course are practical.
The first section of electrical control and protection devices concerns the fundamental components of motor controls, devices that control the flow of current in the circuits. switches, fuses, relays, switches, contactors and timers.
The second section concerns the sizing of the electric motor panels.
The third section deals with electrical control circuits.
Topics covered during the course:
The topics covered during the training course will be:
- Introduction to the basic components of control panels.
- The Contactors
- The concept of normally open and normally closed NO + NC auxiliary points.
- Indicator lights
- Thermal switch / Overload relay.
- Types of on and off switches: buttons and selectors
- Various power and control circuits for motors
- Types and principle of operation of timers
- Explain the concept of delay on activation and delay timer on deactivation Publication
- Explanation of the operating principle of relays, its importance and its uses in control circuits.
- Theory and applications of motors and inverse induction.
- Circuit for switching the engine on and off in both directions (reversing) with the presence of warning lights.
- Starting problem of three-phase motors
- The use of double JOG keys in forward and reverse motion applications.
- Find out how to connect star or delta motors and the conditions for choosing the delivery method
- Power and control circuits for asynchronous motors – star delta in chronological order.
- Follow the motor control and power circuit star-delta in one direction, star-delta in two directions
- Learn about motor speed control methods and three-phase induction.
- Power and control circuits for one two-speed one-way normal, two-speed two-way normal motor.
- Power and control circuit and explanation of the theory of operation of a two-speed motor (Dahlander)
- DC motor braking circuit
- Motor brake circuit in countercurrent
- Soft start
- Proximity sensors and their practical application
- Types of electricity and how to calculate it
- The theory of power factor improvement
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR:
Electrical control engineers
Electrical maintenance engineers
Electrical engineering students
Maintenance technicians, installers and those who create small and medium complexity automations.
The courses will take place in the evening, two or three days a week
|Monday from 4 to 7||Monday from 7 to 10|
|Tuesday from 4 to 7||Tuesday from 7 to 10|
|Wednesday from 4 to 7||Wednesday from 7 to 10|
|Thursday from 4 to 7||Thursday from 7 to 10|
– 5% behavior during the course.
– 5% of presences and delays.
– 20% of the practical exercises.
– 20% mid-course test.
– 50% final exam of the course.
- The lowest score to pass the course is 60%.
Very important note:
“If you fail the course, you are not entitled to obtain a certificate from the institute, bearing in mind that if you pass the exams, you will get a certificate approved by the institute and the Italian embassy, and it will be ratified by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and you can work with it outside the Arab Republic of Egypt. With our best wishes for everyone … “