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Torque: Demystification & Application

Leslie Reed | Lead Technical Instructor, Megger Baker Instruments
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

Torque can be derived from the voltages and currents supplied to an electric motor. By understanding the interconnectivity of the power supply, motor windings and the connected load we can derive the torque from the three phase voltages and currents supplied to it. This webinar will describe this electromechanical system operation and the development of a torque waveform which can be used to identify specific mechanical faults associated with the motor and the load.

LEARNING TAKEAWAYS

1. Learn how the motor fundamentally produces torque
2. Understanding of how the torque waveform is derived from voltage and current
3. Practical application of the torque waveform and how it can be beneficial to diagnosing various motor and load related issues.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

With a BS in Mathematics, Leslie has been a software developer for the United States Forest Service for 12 years. She then decided to return to school obtaining her teaching license in Mathematics from Colorado State University. After teaching as an undergraduate mathematics instructor for 3 years at Oklahoma Christian University and AIMS Community College she returned to software development with Baker Instrument Company. Having accumulated over 16 years of experience as a software engineer with Baker Instrument Company and ultimately as the lead software designer for the electric motor condition monitoring division, she again transitioned into the application side of motor testing and training. She now has over 6 years of experience as an Application Engineer and Technical Instructor, providing technical solutions and instruction across many industries around the world.

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About the Author

Leslie Reed Lead Technical Instructor, Megger Baker Instruments

With a BS in Mathematics, Leslie has been a software developer for the United States Forest Service for 12 years. She then decided to return to school obtaining her teaching license in Mathematics from Colorado State University. After teaching as an undergraduate mathematics instructor for 3 years at Oklahoma Christian University and AIMS Community College she returned to software development with Baker Instrument Company. Having accumulated over 16 years of experience as a software engineer with Baker Instrument Company and ultimately as the lead software designer for the electric motor condition monitoring division, she again transitioned into the application side of motor testing and training. She now has over 5 years of experience as an Application Engineer and Technical Instructor, providing technical solutions and instruction across many industries around the world.