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Permanent Magnet Machines and Drives Principles, Design and Applications

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  • Aug. 6-9, 2024 (D398)
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Learn about the current applications and future trends of permanent magnet AC machines, review the principles of permanent magnet ac machines, and examine key techniques and tools for designing permanent magnet ac machines. This course will provide you with the skills to control PM machines, including the principles of field orientation, direct torque control, current regulators, and flux weakening. Study the performance of self-sensing control methods for permanent magnet AC machines and learn about the fault modes as well as the proper techniques for minimizing their impact on drive performance.
Discipline: Electrical

Fundamentals of Distributed Energy Resources

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  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Advance your knowledge in various distributed energy resources (DER). You will learn about various traditional and new distributed energy resources including generators, solar, and wind power, residential and grid energy storage systems, grid connected inverters, impact of electrification of electric vehicles to the grid, integration of DER to the power grid, microgrid fundamentals, control, protection and integration issues for DER and microgrids.
Discipline: Electrical

Fundamentals of Power Electronics

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Power electronics is the application of solid-state electronics for the control and conversion of electric power, and is present in most electronic devices. In this course, you will receive an introduction to this emerging and rapidly growing field.
Discipline: Electrical
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