Introduction to Electric Machines and Drives
March 15 @ 12:00 am - March 18 @ 12:00 am
In the last 30 years, the introduction of power electronic drives with motors has led to new design opportunities. The increased integration of these drives and machines has triggered a quantum leap in productivity, efficiency and system performance.
This practical, hands-on course will give you a solid introduction to this rapidly expanding field under the guidance of industry experts.
Who Should Attend?
This course will benefit those new to the field of electrical rotating machines and drives and those desiring a refresher from the perspective of actual designs from practitioners. People who will find this course valuable include those working in the fields of:
- Appliance drives
- Cranes and elevators
- Precision motion control
- Renewable/alternative energy
- Electric/hybrid-electric vehicles Autonomous vehicle control
- Aerospace, marine, and military vehicles
Network With Your Peers!
As an added benefit, you will have the opportunity to attend a networking social hour after class on the first day, where you can discuss your interests with course faculty and attendees.