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 on-campus course: ELCL 9066 Motor Control Basics
You must have basic electrical/electronics knowledge and basic computer skills.
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