Our Motor Control Basics course explores various AC and DC motors and considers controls, applications, design, set-up and troubleshooting. Study electromechanical systems, four-quadrant operation, power electronic devices, power converters, close-loop control systems, scalar variable-frequency drives, current inverters, vector drives and direct torque control drives as well as electromechanical and hard-wired relay systems.
Also check out our online course: ELCL 9092 Motor Control Basics (Distance Learning)
Course Delivery Method:
This is normally an in-class course but will be offered temporarily online via Blackboard Learn/Collaborate while college buildings are closed. The materials for self-directed learning will be distributed through Blackboard Learn on the section start date. Weekly online sessions on Blackboard Collaborate will start two weeks after the start date.
You must have basic electrical/electronics knowledge and basic computer skills.