Use conventional and alternative methods to undertake critical practice of heat management.
Learn what is really behind the horsepower rating on motors.
Users need to ensure that their drives are efficient, reliable and—most importantly—safe.
Knowing revolutions per minute is critical to adjusting power to match system requirements.
Choice should be based on load, thrust, lubrication and other specific application needs.
Distorted waveforms can cause wasteful heat, more frequent equipment failure and added costs from increased power usage.
Variable mixing can provide a homogeneous process volume, consistent temperature and improved biological contact.
Permanent magnet motor technology gives users an option beyond surface and submersible choices.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning were hot topics at the show
Engineers are eschewing large motors for less centralized systems.
How electronic speed control drives, adjustable frequency drives, magnetic drives and steam turbine drives work to achieve true variable speed control.
VFDs can extend life by reducing wear on equipment and motors.
Consider these methods to help protect systems from high-frequency current damage.
Understand these concepts before starting squirrel cage induction motors.
Harmful common mode shaft voltages can damage motor bearings and cause premature machine failure.
Separation can improve delivery time and allow exact replacement.
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