About this Course
Electric motors are of the primary means to convert electrical energy into mechanical force in an industrial facility.
Many different types of motors are in use for different applications. The type and application will determine the type of maintenance required to be performed by a technician, as well as typical modes of failure.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Define common motor terms and definitions
- Describe DC motors
- Explain AC motors
- Describe motor protection
- Review nameplate data and motor enclosures
What You Get
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- Terminology and Definitions
- DC Motors
- AC Motors
- Motor Protection
- Motor Fundamentals
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