A motor is an electro-mechanical device that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy.
The very basic principle of functioning of an electrical motor lies on the fact that force is experienced in the direction perpendicular to magnetic field and the current, when field and current are made to interact with each other. Different types of motors have been developed for specific purposes.
After completing this Engineering in Mining - Motor Control course at IDC Technologies, students will have practical knowledge on how to safely wire and operate electrical rotating machines and their associated metering and starting equipment.
Who Should Complete This Course
- Electrical engineers
- Electrical supervisors
- Maintenance technicians
- Managers in-charge of electrical installations
- Project engineers
- Instrumentation engineers
- Team leaders
- Product managers
- Senior managers
- Subject matter experts
Get more detailsVisit official programme website
- Motor Action
- Ac Induction Motor
- Synchronous Motor
- Speed Control of DC Motor
- Brushless and BLDC Motors
- Variable Speed Drives
- 1 days
Start dates & application deadlines
DisciplinesEnvironmental Engineering General Engineering & Technology Mining, Oil & Gas View 7 other Short Courses in Environmental Engineering in Australia
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
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International249 USD/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 249 USD for the full programme during 1 days.
National249 USD/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 249 USD for the full programme during 1 days.
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