The objective of this Partial Discharge Seminar is to understand basic PD theory as well as the basics of stator winding insulation systems and why they deteriorate. To learn how PD detection devices work and interpret the test data collected and relate the data to specific failure mechanisms, to enable you to plan maintenance.
The course is designed for engineering and maintenance personnel who either purchase, install, test, maintain and/or repair motors and/or generators. Consultants, manufacturers and repair shop personnel would also benefit from this course. The course is mainly intended for those involved with motors or generators rated 3kV and above.
Topics covered in this course include:
Motor & Generator Stator Windings
Interpreting Test Results
Dr. Howard Sedding graduated with a BSc in electrical and electronic engineering at the University of Strathclyde and then acquired MSc and PhD degrees. His PhD Thesis was on the degradation of epoxy mica insulation used in rotating machines.
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