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Course description

INBOM001
HV/LV Motors Operations and Maintenance
Training

Course goal
The aim of this training is to provide in-depth
knowledge of various aspects of HV and LV Motors.
It will range from basic principles of operation to
selection and performance related issues. It
thoroughly introduces the concept of how to maintain
a motor effectively and ensure reliability of the motor
at all times.
Learning objectives
Upon completion of this course, students will be able
to:
understand the detail concepts of motor theory,
selection and construction
appreciate the optimum operation of motors,
performance characteristics, stresses on motors
and starting methods of motors
understand the critical maintenance practices of
motors including installation, commissioning,
overhauling and condition monitoring
Participant profile
Personnel from industries having at least 1 year of
on-site experience
Consultants responsible for engineering,
commissioning, operation and maintenance of
Motors
Prerequisites
Degree or diploma in engineering, basic
knowledge of motors












Topics
Basic theory on motor
Motor fundamentals
Types of motor loads
Load calculation, torque / speed
Different types of motors: AC (HV, LV)
(induction, synchronous)
Motor Construction
Main components:
Mechanical (bearings, shaft, frame)
Electrical (stator and rotor windings and
their materials, slip rings)
Special motors: Explosion Proof
Motor Selection and Specification
Sizing and rating
Nameplate description
Commercial considerations
Standardization
Performance Related Aspects
Specification Parameters like Torque, Speed
and Power Factor
Motor Operation, Motor Starters and
Controls:
Single line diagrams
Types of motors starters and comparison
(pros and cons)
Variable speed drives
Restrictions on starting frequency
Starting, restarting, and re-acceleration
Voltage dip consideration

ABB Limited
Motors and Generators Service R & D
22 A Shah Industrial Area
Andheri West, Mumbai, India
Phone: +91 22 61273459
E-Mail: hetal.lakhani@in.abb.com
www.abb.com/abbuniversity




Course description
INBOM001
HV/LV Motors Operations and Maintenance
Training

Motor Installation, Commissioning and
Maintenance
Installation and its Precautions
Repair and Overhauls
Overhaul / repair and motor efficiency
Preventive Maintenance Programs
Coupling alignment methods
Motor storage conditions for long durations
Mechanical inspections (shaft run out,
fittings, shield tolerance according to
bearings)

Motor Inspection and Testing Overview
Fundamentals of Motor Testing
Factory Testing:
Standards used
The structure
The tests
Overview Electrical Diagnostics Techniques:
Importance of Off-line Testing
Various Techniques Employed
Motor Condition Monitoring Overview
Importance of On-line Testing
Various Techniques Employed
Diagnostics Using Vibration Spectrum
Analysis
Diagnostics Using Current Spectrum
Analysis

Motor Protection and Fault Finding
Procedures
Basics of technical safety on motors
Protective devices and their characteristics /
range
Protection measures / procedures
Actions in the event of trips

Root Cause Failure Analysis for Motors
Various Stresses and Failures on motors
(TEAM approach)
Salient Failure Modes
Failure Statistics

The RCFA (Root Cause Failure Analysis)
Methodology
Failure Tree Development,
Storage, Transport, Installation,
operation key issues & precautions,
Dos & Dont, commissioning, essential
periodic checks

Course type and methods
This is an instructor led seminar with practical
exercises. The language of the course is
English.
Course duration
The duration of the course is 3 days.




























ABB Limited
Motors and Generators Service R & D
22 A Shah Industrial Area
Andheri West, Mumbai, India
Phone: +91 22 61273459
E-Mail: hetal.lakhani@in.abb.com
www.abb.com/abbuniversity




Course description
INBOM001
HV/LV Motors Operations and Maintenance
Training

Course Outline
Day 1 Day 2
Refresh the engineering fundamentals of motor
Introduce the driven load to outline main categories of
motor applications and the basis for selection / sizing /
specification
Outline the range of types of electric motors
Explain in detail the components of motor, the
engineering functions and the variety in construction
and specifications
Explosion Proof Motors are discussed in the Oil, Gas
and Petrochemical context
Explain what is required for proper and reliable motor
operation
Explain the pros and cons of various alternatives in
motor starting methods through examples and case
studies
Explain key considerations in the selection of
alternatives through examples
Highlight the importance of good planning and
workmanship in execution of activities, to avoid infant
mortality failures
Discuss the pros and cons of overhauling & repairing
motors, from cost/benefit perspective
Discuss appropriate preventive maintenance measures
appropriate to ensure reliable motor operation
Explain the key parameters, their definitions and
importance to promote understanding among
participants
Demonstrate application of key parameters through
examples
Equip participants with salient points on motor testing /
condition monitoring and the importance of the tested
parameters, including interpretation of results
Discuss Factory Testing as a key engineering criteria
prior to commissioning motors
Discuss various techniques available and their
appropriate use
Discuss the practical application of the techniques in
installation/commissioning and operation/maintenance
phases












ABB Limited
Motors and Generators Service R & D
22 A Shah Industrial Area
Andheri West, Mumbai, India
Phone: +91 22 61273459
E-Mail: hetal.lakhani@in.abb.com
www.abb.com/abbuniversity




Course description
INBOM001
HV/LV Motors Operations and Maintenance
Training

Day 3
Promote technical safety aspects of motor operations
Promote capability to select protective devices based
on the understanding of the characteristics of the device
Develop the ability to diagnose faults through
observation of symptoms exhibited by protective
devices and the motor itself
Discuss the stresses affecting a motor as the basis for
RCFA
Re-introduce RCFA as the methodology to investigate
and act upon motor failures
Highlight the importance of acquiring and retaining
knowledge base in failure analysis to prevent repeated
motor failures