AC Machine Design Fundamentals

(April 19-21, 2016)Madison, Wisconsin. Learn the knowledge and practice of AC electrical machine design so that you can develop competitive electric motors and generators for industrial applications, electric vehicles, appliances, aerospace and naval applications. This three-day introductory course will help attendees gain critical knowledge needed for new products or refining existing designs. This intro-course will teach the basics of electromagnetic laws, magnetic circuit calculations, terminology, fundamentals of loss mechanisms, mechanical design, vibration, noise and thermal analysis and more. By participating in this course, attendees can earn 20 professional development hours (PDH) or 2.0 continuing education units (CEU). This event includes instructors from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, ABB Corporate Research and the University of Kentucky-Lexington. It is a valuable course for electrical engineers, mechanical design engineers, system engineers, project engineers, system integrators, program managers and technical leaders.  

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Address: 
The Pyle Center
702 Langdon Street
Madison, Wisconsin  53706
Phone: 
(800) 462-0876
Email: 
sarlioglu@wisc.edu
URL: 
epd.wisc.edu/RA01413