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AC Machine Design Fundamentals Induction Motors, PM Motors, Mechanical Design, Thermal Design, and FEA Examples

Upcoming Dates
  • Mar. 27-30, 2023 (C489)
    Live Online
    $1,695
AC electrical machine design is a key skill set for developing competitive electric motors and generators for applications in industry, aerospace, and defense. In this intensive course, you will learn terminology and analysis for new products or refining existing design.
Discipline: Electrical
RA01413

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
RA01587

Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Design Boot Camp

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Advance your knowledge in various power conversion technologies for the hybrid and the electric vehicle in this intermediate to advanced course. You will learn about architectures, electric machines, power electronics, and energy storage technologies and their application in this rapidly evolving, multi-disciplinary industry. 
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01497

Introduction to Electrical Energy Storage Batteries, Chargers, and Applications

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Energy storage—particularly batteries—is an emerging technology that you need to develop competitive products for energy and power systems. Learn how to use energy storage and batteries in new and existing energy applications by understanding their weight, volume, cost, life, reliability, safety and system integration. 
Discipline: Electrical
RA01351
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