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ENERGY SAVING AND PERFORMANCE
IMPROVEMENT USING ELECTRONIC
MOTOR CONTROLLERS: VARIABLE SPEED
DRIVES AND SOFT STARTERS

DATE
VENUE

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14 & 15 NOVEMBER, 2011
ISTANA HOTEL , KUALA LUMPUR

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE



Understanding the actual reasons for
various motor starters and controllers



Understanding how energy is consumed by
electric motors.



Understanding energy saving concept once
electronics based motor starters and
controllers is installed.



Understanding the construction and
working principle of motor starters and
controllers



Understanding the problems associated
with the motor starters and controllers

LUQMAN HAKIM
SAM SENIOR SALES EXECUTIVE
TEL: +(603) 5621 3630
FAX: +(603) 5621 7790
EMAIL: luqman.mustapha@comfori.com

WHO SHOULD ATTEND





This exclusive 2-day training is specifically
designed for Directors, General Managers,
Head of Departments, Managers, Engineers
and Technicians in:
Maintenance
Production and Planning
Management
This course is also suitable for others related
to energy management.

Certified Class “A”
Training Provider by:

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SPEAKER’S PROFILE
Gobbi Ramasamy
B.Eng (Elec.), M.S.c, Ph.D (Eng).
Ir. Dr. Gobbi received the Bachelor degree
in electrical engineering from University of
Technology, Malaysia, and the Master
degree in technology management from the
National University of Malaysia, and the
Ph.D. degree in the area of torque control
of
switched reluctance motors
from
Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia.
He has been associated with technical
education for more than ten years. He was
an R&D Engineer in an electronics company
before became a Lecturer in electrical and
electronics engineering. He has supervised
much research on variable-speed drives,
automation,
and
domestic
electrical
installations. He is a project leader and
member of two government research
projects related to switched reluctance
motors and earthing systems. He is an
assistant professor in department of
electrical and electronics engineering, the
University of Nottingham, Malaysia campus.
His research interests are in reliability of
electric
motors,
power
electronics
applications to save electric energy,
switched reluctance motor drives system
and solar power application. Dr. Gobbi is a
corporate member of the Institution of
Engineers Malaysia, a professional engineer
registered to Board of Engineers, Malaysia
and a Senior Member of IEEE.
Ir. Dr. Gobbi is a consultant in the area of
Electric Motors and Drive systems for
various companies for past five years.
Besides providing technical solutions to
client, he is also a professional speaker who
does technical training for technicians and
engineers.

This course is structured specifically to provide
know how knowledge of induction motor and its
starters and controllers. More than 80% of the
machines in industry run with the induction motor.
At least for two reasons, starters are used for the
motor, one for protection of people and second for
protection of motor itself. Even at this moment,
there are still many machines running with
electromechanical starters such as direct on line,
star- delta etc. But recently, due to the rising
concern in energy and the need for energy saving
and better performance, electronic starters and
controllers are gradually replacing those
electromechanical starters. In this course, a good
flow of explanation will be maintained, that is the
participants will be first given a thorough
explanation on the induction motor to appreciate
the important of starters and controllers. Secondly,
the full detail of the electromechanical starters to
enable participants to understand and interpret
single line diagrams for various motor starters.
Finally, the concept of electronics starter and
controller will be explained together with the sizing
and selection procedures for the starter and
controller. For each starters and controllers, the
advantages and limitations will be clearly explained.
Last but not least, new problems found in power
system with electronic controllers installed will be
explained with their effect and mitigation issues.

BENEFITS
Clients will be able to maintain electric motor
systems with or without electronics starters for
better performance and energy savings.


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