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Structural Design for Non-Structural Engineers - Structures and loads
 
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Structural Engineering is a branch of civil engineering that deals with the study of structural systems. Structural engineers analyze, plan and design the structural elements that are used in the construction of buildings. They also conduct research on the structural components and systems for optimum and effective cost and life time. In order to fill a professional structural engineering role, a broad range of technical skills and knowledge is required. This course is intended to bridge the gap between the technical concepts and the practical experience already gained. The course will also cover a range of structural concepts and design methods relevant to different structural components, allowing students to broaden their theoretical and practical knowledge. Theoretical calculations and Computer aided calculations can be performed too. To view more information about the course, click here: http://idc-online.com/video/component/guru/courses/0-.html?Itemid=277
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Control Valve, Sizing, Selection & Maintenance
 
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It is claimed that the majority of control valves throughout the world have not been correctly sized and that large numbers operate on manual mode. Whether this is true or not is difficult to establish but we do know that the method of sizing and selecting a control valve for a specific application is generally not well understood. Although there are many factors that need to be taken into account the subject is not difficult to understand if dealt with in a logical manner. Many maintenance problems result from people treating the symptoms of a problem rather than tackling the true cause – a basic understanding of the principles is all that is usually needed to solve the problem for good. This practical, hands-on workshop is designed to maximise knowledge retention and understanding. It provides an opportunity for participants to discuss with the presenter and others, specific problems and appropriate solutions. All delegates take away a detailed and comprehensive copy of the material presented; therefore minimal note taking is encouraged to ensure maximum delegate participation and attention. MORE INFORMATION: http://www.idc-online.com/content/practical-control-valve-sizing-selection-and-maintenance-52
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Introduction to SCADA Protocols - On-Demand Video Course
 
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View full course here - http://idc-online.com/video/component/guru/courses/22-data-communications-and-information-technology/209-span-cdn-span-modern-scada-communication-systems-including-dnp3-iec60870.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=DN-SP-youtube Course Title: Modern SCADA Communication Systems including DNP3 & IEC60870 Video Title: Introduction to SCADA Protocols Course Provider: IDC Technologies In this video you will learn about: - Introduction - Interoperability systems - Needs - Benefits - Open protocol benefits - Long term benefits Full course includes Certificate of Completion
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Overview of Fieldbus Control Systems - DeviceNet Basics
 
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Fieldbus is a real-time distribution control system. It differs from other communication protocol, since it is mainly designed to resolve process control applications. Fieldbus is mainly designed to replace point-to- point wiring which reduces significant reduction in installation costs and in the number of connectors. This has also made the expansion and modification of existing network simpler and less expensive. This course is mainly designed to help students to know about Fieldbus and its advancements along with DeviceNet, Profibus, Ethernet/IP, HSE, EtherCat and Wireless Fieldbus and ProfiNet. After completion of this course, students will get to know about the complete description of DeviceNet, ProfiBus, FieldBus, High Speed Ethernet and Wireless Fieldbus etc. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/22-data-communications-and-information-technology/320-span-dit07m4-sp-span-overview-of-fieldbus-control-systems.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Circuit Breakers and Switchgear - Introduction
 
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Selective co-ordination is a very important aspect of power system protection design. When a short circuit or an abnormal power flow occurs for a sustained period of time, the protective devices should react to isolate the problem with minimum disruption to the balance of the system. This course is designed to help students to understand the fundamentals and operation of protection system including switchgear, fuses and circuit breakers. After completing this course, students will be skilled in the operation of electrical power protection devices that improve the safety of the system. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/2-electrical/263-dmn3-sp-span-engineering-in-mining-circuit-breakers-and-switchgear.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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AS NZS 3000 2007 Introduction - On-Demand Course
 
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View full course here - http://www.idc-online.com/video/component/guru/courses/0-.html?Itemid=284&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=CG-SP-youtube Course Title: Australian and New Zealand Electrical Wiring Standards - AS3000:2007 Video Title: AS NZS 3000-2007 Introduction Course Provider: IDC Technologies In this video you will learn about: - Basics of energy sources - Components of electrical system - Need for protection: Impact of types of loads and earthing on protection types Full course includes Certificate of Completion
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Introduction To Process Control
 
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Live instructor-led E-learning on Process Control and Power Distribution A sample recording of a live workshop here for you, to give you an idea of how it works. If you are still unsure, we would be happy to demonstrate the software for you at a convenient time. Visit us at www.idc-online.com
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Advanced Process Control for Engineers and Technician - Introduction
 
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Applications ranging from the process industries to the automotive and the communications sector are making increased use of Model Predictive Control(MPC), where a fixed control law is replaced by on-line optimization performed over a receding horizon. The advantage is that MPC can deal with almost any time-varying process and specifications, limited only by the availability of real-time computer power. This course is designed to help students to understand the basic principle and operation of model predictive control and its optimization. After completing this course, students will have sound knowledge on the basic concepts of model-based control and its applications. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/4-instrumentation/251-span-dia11-sp-span-advanced-industrial-automation-advanced-process-control-for-engineers-and-technicians.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Fundamentals of Hydraulics, Pneumatics, and Actuators - Basic Principles
 
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Fluid power is a term that describes hydraulic and pneumatic technologies which use fluid to transmit power from one location to another. Fluid powers are used largely in many of the industrial branches. Hydraulics and pneumatics have infinite application in all sectors. Hydraulics relates to fluids and Pneumatics to gas. Pneumatics hold many advantages that make it more suitable for many applications. Hydrostatics deals with the mechanics of still fluids and uses the theory of equilibrium conditions in the fluid. Actuators are mechanical or electro-mechanical devices that are responsible for moving or controlling a mechanism or system. This course is designed in such a way that it gives a detailed note about hydraulics, pneumatics, and actuators. After completion of this course, students will have a clear idea on the principles of hydraulics, hydrostatic, and pneumatics, and about their types in detail. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/8-mechanical/337-span-dpe04m6-sp-span-fundamentals-of-hydraulics-pneumatics-and-actuators.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Introduction and applications of switchgear - On-Demand Course
 
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View full course here - http://www.idc-online.com/video/component/guru/courses/0-.html?Itemid=284&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=CG-SP-youtube Course Title: Circuit Breaker and Switchgear Video Title: Introduction and applications of switchgear Course Provider: IDC Technologies In this video you will learn about: - Single Line Diagrams - Circuit breakers and switchgear - Forms of high voltage (HV) switchgear Full course includes Certificate of Completion
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Cavitation in High Energy Pumps - IDC
 
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Cavitation in High Energy Pumps - Detection and Assessment of Damage Potential - Steve Mackay
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Electrical Power System Fundamentals for non-electrical Engineers
 
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FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://bit.ly/1uhp7AU The focus is on the building blocks of electrical engineering, the fundamentals of electrical design and integrating electrical engineering know-how into the other disciplines within an organisation. Unnecessary theory will be minimised and you will focus on best practice over the duration of the workshop.
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Overview of Practical Financial Fundamentals & Project Investment Decision Making
 
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In today’s world financial decisions are coming under increasing scrutiny. It is essential that you have enough information to make effective choices and to drive your engineering projects forward with sound justifications. This workshop commences with the basics of finance pertinent to engineers and technical professionals. Basic accounting and finance terms are explained in simple English with an emphasis on the engineering and technology world. Cash flow concepts are discussed and the issue of making appropriate investment decisions is examined, using such techniques as NPV and IRR. Finally, capital budgeting and risk are discussed in an easy-to-understand manner. This is certainly not an advanced workshop, but one aimed at providing you with the fundamentals of financial management from a practical engineering and technology perspective. MORE INFORMATION: http://www.idc-online.com/content/practical-financial-fundamentals-project-investment-decision-making-33
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Nuts and Bolts of Troubleshooting of SCADA and Data Acquisition Systems
 
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Nuts and Bolts of Troubleshooting of SCADA and Data Acquisition Systems by Steve MackayThis workshop covers all aspects of data acquisition and control using a PC and data loggers, including design, specification, programming, installation and configuration. The popular IEEE 488 interface is also covered in detail. This hands-on workshop gives both the novice and experienced user a solid grasp of the principles and practical implementation of interfacing the PC and standalone instruments to real world signals. Upon completion of the workshop you will have a thorough understanding of PC based data acquisition systems and will be able to design, specify, install, configure and program data acquisition systems quickly and effectively. An additional aim of the workshop is to cover the industrial communications standards that are used with instruments today. MORE INFORMATION:http://www.idc-online.com/content/practical-troubleshooting-data-acquisition-scada-systems-2
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Overview of Practical Power System Harmonics, Earthing and Power Quality: Problems and Solutions
 
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The power system harmonics, earthing and power quality workshop is a comprehensive, highly practical and interactive course dealing with the various types of power quality problems that have a wide ranging effect on the power systems equipment and apparatus in any plant. You will have the opportunity to learn and discuss the fundamentals of power quality problems such as surges and voltage sags. Other problems having wide ranging effects on power system equipment such as voltage swells, voltage fluctuations, supply interruptions, frequency variations, harmonics and noise shall also be discussed in detail. Issues related to control of the occurrence of these problems by appropriate system design and mitigation of the effects of these by adoption of appropriate protective measures and by the addition of power conditioning equipment shall be discussed. Also, aspects related to designing of the systems, proper installation practices, analysis of the probable reasons and corrective measures will be discussed in detail. Practical examples from actual projects will be used extensively to illustrate the principles and drive home the point. The material is covered by means of an interactive lecturing style, with plenty of practical examples and realistic case studies derived from real work performed in this area. MORE INFORMATION: http://www.idc-online.com/content/practical-power-system-harmonics-earthing-and-power-quality-problems-and-solutions-8
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Advanced Industrial Automation - Process Control
 
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Process controls are designed and implemented within the process control system to facilitate basic operation, control and automation requirements. Controllers which are not correctly configured and tuned will not perform optimally and will not reduce variability in the process as they should. Technical staff should have sound knowledge on controller design, techniques for troubleshooting control problems and optimizing control loops. This course is designed to help students to understand the concepts and components of process control and different controller types including PID, cascade and feed forward control. After completing this course, students will have expert knowledge on the design, tuning ratio and troubleshooting of controllers. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/4-instrumentation/244-span-dia7-sp-span-advanced-industrial-automation-process-control.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Wireless Communications - Standard bodies and frequency allocation
 
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COURSETEXT To view more information about the course, visit us here: Wireless communication has captured the attention of media and the imagination of the public. Wireless communication is one of the fastest growing segments in the communication industry and also offers long-range communications that are not possible with the usage of wires. The recent developments in the wireless technologies have given birth to various new technologies like ZigBee, RFID etc. This course covers a complete note on wireless communication which involves Point-to- point links, IEEE 802.11, OSI model, Antennas, WLAN & Medium Access Control. After completion of this course, students will know completely about wireless communication and also about some of the new technologies like Wireless HART, ZigBee and RFID. Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Overview of Fundamentals of Industrial Automation
 
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The workshop is for you if you would like to gain an overall appreciation and general understanding of industrial automation and control technology. This ranges from the factory floor (sensors, instrumentation, actuators, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), Distributed Control Systems (DCSs)) Programmable Logic Controllers, Distributed Control Systems, SCADA systems, industrial Ethernet, Fieldbus, wireless to OPC – best practice and trends. The workshop is cleverly designed to give a broad-brush appreciation of the key concepts and approaches used in modern industrial automation. The four threads running through the workshop are: PLCs, PACs and DCS technology Process control and advanced process control Industrial data communications MES and the business enterprise The elements of an industrial control system form part of an interconnected web using Ethernet, Fieldbus and wireless and information is effortlessly transferred from an instrument to the SCADA terminal on a boardroom table. This is not an advanced workshop but aimed at covering the fundamentals in a simple to understand way. The material is presented in an easy to understand practical manner enabling you to apply the concepts quickly and effectively to your next automation project. This workshop is designed for people who want to gain a general understanding of industrial automation control technology and the techniques required to design and maintain a control system. It is for you, if you are an expert in one of the areas and want to gain a general appreciation of the full spectrum of industrial automation best practice. MORE INFORMATION: http://www.idc-online.com/content/fundamentals-industrial-automation-32
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Introduction and Fundamentals Related to Plant Engineering and Maintenance - Overview
 
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The role and conception of plant engineer have been changing dynamically over years due to the changing technologies and business models. Plant engineers have an intermixed responsibilities in industries like Planning, Production Sequence, Effort Optimization, Advisory capacity and many more areas that yield an efficient, low cost and higher profitable products in an industry. This course is structured in such a way to provide detailed note for students about plant engineers, their roles and responsibilities in industries, organization structures, legal responsibilities etc. After completion of this course, students will have a clear idea about plant engineering functions, plant location, layout, industrial buildings, maintenance & repairs and electricity. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/8-mechanical/295-span-dpe04m1-span-introduction-and-fundamentals-related-to-plant-engineering-and-maintenance.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Introduction to Role of Chemical Engineer
 
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Process engineering is at the core of chemical, oil, gas, and petrochemical industries. Throughout all stages of the design of a chemical plant, engineers of many disciplines communicate by reference to diagrams from the simple block diagram to the comprehensive engineering process line diagrams which aid in planning and fabrication of the plant. To be effective, chemical engineers should also have expert knowledge on the use of mass and energy balances in process design. This course is designed to familiarize students with process and electrical drawings and also the basic concepts of fluid flow, including pumping and pipe sizing of a plant. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/general/courses/24-chemical-engineering/240-span-dia2-sp-span-advanced-industrial-automation-chemical-engineering.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Paul Gruhn
 
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Introduction to Process control - On-Demand Video Course
 
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View full course here - http://www.idc-online.com/video/courses/courses/4-instrumentation/205-span-ci-span-process-control-loop-tuning-and-advanced-control-strategies.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=CI-SP-youtube Course Title: Process Control, Loop Tuning and Advanced Control Strategies Video Title: Introduction to Process control Course Provider: IDC Technologies In this video you will learn about: - Important parameters - Good control possibilities - Components of a process control loop - Process control components Full course includes Certificate of Completion
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EIT Staff - Paul Celenza
 
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EIT Staff - Paul Celenza
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Introduction to Chemical Engineering
 
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Mass balances are used widely in engineering and environmental analyses and it is used to design chemical reactors, to analyze alternative processes to produce chemicals, as well as to model pollution dispersion and other processes of physical systems. Closely related and complementary analysis techniques include the population balance, energy balance and the somewhat more complex entropy balance. These techniques are required for thorough design and analysis of systems such as the refrigeration cycle. To view more information about the course, click here: http://idc-online.com/video/general/courses/24-chemical-engineering/281-span-den1-span-advanced-engineering-practice-fundamentals-of-chemical-engineering.html
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Introduction to a basic Remote Laboratory (5 of 6)
 
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Engineering Institute of Technology (IDC): Introduction to a basic Remote Laboratory
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Introduction to Robot Mechanics
 
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Robotics deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. Robots have some kind of mechanical construction, electrical components which power and control the machinery and some level of computer programming code. The vast majority of robots use electric motors, often brushed and brushless DC motors in portable robots or AC motors in industrial robots and CNC machines. This course is designed to help students to understand the construction and operation of robots including electric motors and batteries. After completing this course, students will have expert knowledge on the recent developments in robot mechanics. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/courses/courses/28-remote-engineering,-mechatronics-and-robotics/257-span-dmc5-sp-span-mechatronics-and-remote-engineering-robot-mechanics.html?utm_source=IDC_Video_Newsletter_26102016&utm_medium=email Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Advanced Industrial Automation - PLCs for Automation and Process Control
 
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A programmable logic controller (PLC) is a digital computer used for automation of electromechanical processes and is used in many industries and machines. Technical staff should have expertise on the functional design, hardware configuration, programming and application of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC). This course is designed to help students to understand the function and the relationship between the various hardware components of a programmable logic controller including discrete I/O module and analog I/O systems. After completing this course, students will have sound knowledge on the programming, installing equipment, purchasing or implementing cost reduction and automation programs, or maintaining and troubleshooting PLC based equipment. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/4-instrumentation/250-span-dia10-sp-span-advanced-industrial-automation-plcs-for-automation-and-process-control.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Intrinsic Safety and Hazardous Areas
 
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This practical, intensive workshop explains the application concepts of explosion protection using Intrinsic Safety (IS or Ex 'I'). This is with reference to British, European and international standards for the certification and use of electrical 'apparatus'. Where electrical equipment is used in 'Potentially Flammable Atmospheres', the IEC79 series of international standards are now emerging and gaining acceptance in order to develop a global approach to hazardous area plant safety. The workshop covers IS as the preferred technique for instrumentation applied to industrial plant inputs/outputs in hazardous areas. The principles of IS do not change since these are based on the laws of physics, however, the implementation of IS is open to interpretation and causes some conflict as the subject is still seen as a 'black art'. The workshop aims to widen the understanding of this technique by explaining the basic rules within the context of their application. Engineers and technicians working in hazardous process control and instrumentation areas must have an understanding of the close integration between the safety and operational aspects of intrinsic safety as a protection technique in order to specify, design and maintain systems. The workshop is designed to explain the theory of IS and its close integration with operational signal transfer. You will gain a greater understanding of IS loop concepts as a basis for working with measurement and control loops using standard and custom IS solutions. Defining and applying the correct terminology will assist you in communicating and documenting important safety details. MORE INFORMATION: http://www.idc-online.com/content/practical-intrinsic-safety-engineers-and-technicians-2
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Electrical Power System Fundamentals for Non-Electrical Engineers
 
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The focus is on the building blocks of electrical engineering, the fundamentals of electrical design and integrating electrical engineering know-how into the other disciplines within an organisation. Unnecessary theory will be minimised and you will focus on best practice over the duration of the workshop. The workshop will commence by reviewing basic electrical circuits and electrical laws. You will then be exposed to the basic principles of electrical generation, transmission and distribution. Electrical distribution will then be covered in considerably more detail. The interesting area of electrical measurements as applied to single phase and three phase systems will then be reviewed. You will be exposed to earthing with a strong focus on safety issues. Transformers will then be examined with an emphasis on power transformers as used in the electrical distribution industry. The first day will be concluded with coverage of power system components in terms of isolators, fuses and circuit breakers. The second day will commence with an examination of AC and DC motors, followed by a review of electrical lighting and illumination concepts. The power hungry topic of electrical heating in industry is then examined. The impact especially in the modern world of power electronics is discussed with a demonstration of the possible unpleasant harmonics arising from using this powerful technology. This then smoothly leads into the topic of dealing with power quality. The last three major topics are electrical power system protection, electrical safety and customer installations. The penultimate topic of great interest to executive management in a company (and indeed municipalities and governments) is load forecasting. The workshop is concluded with modern developments such as substation automation, the smart grid, industrial data communications and the still controversial topic of carbon trading. MORE INFORMATION: http://www.idc-online.com/content/electrical-power-system-fundamentals-non-electrical-engineers-38
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Robot Kinematics Introduction
 
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Kinematics specifies the joint parameters and computes the configuration of the chain. For serial manipulators this is achieved by direct substitution of the joint parameters into the forward kinematics equations for the serial chain. The essential concept of forward kinematic is that the positions of particular parts of the model at a specified time are calculated from the position and orientation of the object, together with any information on the joints of an articulated model. This course is designed to help students to understand the concept and use of a homogenous transformation matrix including kinematics of industrial robots and spherical wrist. After completing this course, students will have expert knowledge on the basic principles of robot kinematics, dynamics, sensing and actuation, and control. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/courses/courses/28-remote-engineering,-mechatronics-and-robotics/258-span-dmc6-sp-span-mechatronics-and-remote-engineering-robot-kinematics.html?utm_source=IDC_Video_Newsletter_26102016&utm_medium=email Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering - On-Demand Video Course
 
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View full course here - http://idc-online.com/video/general/courses/2-electrical/289-span-deim1-sp-span-fundamentals-of-electrical-engineering.html Course Title: - Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Video Title: - Power System Course Provider: - IDC Technologies Electricity has become part and parcel of our life. Power systems are mainly used to transfer electric power primarily with three phase AC generators. The power being generated is transmitted to the substations present in highly populated centers through different ways which, in turn distributed to various consumers for different purposes. Electrical system maintenance is one of the most important aspects, without protection which, all stem fail. According to the system need, the voltage has to be changed. So, it is essential to sense for fault and protect the electrical systems with utmost care while using them. This course is designed for students to learn about power system, power generation, transmission and distribution. It also gives a better knowledge on safety measures for protecting electrical instruments. At the end of the course students will know about AC & DC powers and how the power gets transmitted through transmission lines. Most important of all, students will know how to protect their electrical systems. Full course includes Certificate of Completion
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Applied Electrical Engineering - Electrical circuits
 
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An electrical circuit describes about the current and voltage flow. This flow is different for different types of circuits like open, closed and short circuits. To measure this current and voltage Kirchhoff's current and voltage laws are used. It comprises of poly phase systems like star & delta systems, and their power factor analysis. This power factor varies with balanced loads and unbalanced loads. This course is designed to have basic knowledge about the electrical circuits, mesh & node analysis and also describes about the balanced and unbalanced loads in detail. After completing the course students will know how to calculate the current, voltage& resistance in a circuit, a wide knowledge about complex inductance, power factor analysis and poly phase systems.
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When Voltage Dips Your Profits Slip
 
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A short presentation from Terry Cousins, Director of TLC Engineering Solutions and Senior Instructor at IDC Technologies. This presentation is based on the occurence and effects of voltage dips in industrial plant situations. For more on IDC Technologies, please visit our webpage at http://www.idc-online.com
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Processes for Power Distribution - Power and industrial distribution system
 
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Power distribution has become a pre-requisite when electricity was generated at power stations. It is the final process in the delivery of electricity to the end user at a reasonable cost. As the need for electricity has increased, the demand for a high level of safety throughout the life cycle has also been increased. Hence, it has to be planned with greater care for providing a flawless performance. If there is a break up in electrical supply, emergency generators are used to save our valuable and modern electrical devices. This course is designed to enable students to know about the power distribution process in detail along with equipment sizing and distribution planning. They will also know about effects of short circuit current, fault current calculation, emergency generator and diesel engine. After completion of this course, students will know about the distribution system planning, uses of fault current calculation and diesel engine. To view more information about the course, click here: http://idc-online.com/video/general/courses/2-electrical/299-span-dei11m4-span-processes-for-power-distribution.html
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Fundamentals of Fibre Optics Communication - Transmission
 
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Fiber-optic cables are made up of thin strands of glass or plastic which help to transmit data at the speed of light between two places exclusively on light-based technology. With the help of fiber optic cables, data can be transmitted digitally. Nowadays, telephone companies have started using fiber optic cables for telephone lines. Almost all the communications will utilize fiber optics in the near future. This course is designed to guide students about the upcoming features of fiber optics communication. This course, gives a basic concept involved in fiber optic transmission and how they work in real. After completion of this course, students will know in detail about connecting fiber, optical testing, design parameters involved in fiber optic communication and also about OTDR. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/22-data-communications-and-information-technology/321-span-dit07m5-span-fundamentals-of-fibre-optics-communication.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Introduction To Substation - On-Demand Video Course
 
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View full course here - http://idc-online.com/video/courses/courses/2-electrical/226-span-ey1-sp-span-electrical-substation-and-switchyard-design-for-main-equipment.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=EY1-SP-youtube Course Title: Electrical Substation and Switchyard Design for Main Equipment Video Title: Introduction To Substation Course Provider: IDC Technologies In this video you will learn about: - Definition - Role of substations in a power network - Types of substations Full course includes Certificate of Completion
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Maintenance and Troubleshooting of UPS Sytems and Batteries
 
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Supplying reliable electric power for critical systems is an essential part of modern industrial installations. Uninterrupted DC emergency power supply systems are used in various installations ranging from power generating stations to consumer-end substations and various applications such as control power to emergency lighting and small but critical motive loads. AC uninterrupted supply equipment find wide use in critical applications such as control, instrumentation, computer and communication systems in industrial as well as other types of installations. Electrical engineers in any industry or other large facilities in diverse areas such as commercial buildings, transportation systems such as railways, airports etc. are bound to come across AC or DC uninterrupted power supply systems. A basic understanding of various options of UPS systems available, the principle of operation and of the main energy source in most of the modern UPS installations, viz., the battery, therefore assumes importance. This workshop will discuss these aspects in detail. MORE INFORMATION: http://www.idc-online.com/content/maintenance-and-troubleshooting-ups-systems-and-battery-power-supplies-3
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Mechanical Design Concepts for Non-Mechanical Engineers
 
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Mechanical engineering in simple terms deals with any equipment that moves; this is what makes it perhaps the most broad and diverse of engineering disciplines. The mechanical discipline essentially derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small, even nano, individual devices, such as measuring instruments, to large systems such as machine tools and power plants. Easy installation and serviceability are critical to the success of a mechanical system as is operational and design flexibility. Understanding parameters governing the selection and design of mechanical systems is essential for identifying suitable systems for a particular application. In order to place all these issues in context, a good working knowledge of mechanical principles combined with a solid understanding of key concepts such as force, energy and heat is important. Mechanical power transmission is discussed from the point of view of gears, couplings and bearings. Proper selection and sizing of these critical mechanical components is vital to ensuring optimum performance and improved efficiency of a mechanical system. Recently, fluid engineering has undergone significant change and therefore a detailed overview of the underlying principles of fluid power and its applications is vital. The theory behind heat transfer, the various heat transfer mechanisms and the design of heat-exchangers is also examined. Any study of mechanical systems would be incomplete without including a review of mechanical vibrations. This will help you in monitoring, controlling and analysing vibrations and in conducting fault diagnoses in mechanical systems. The field of maintenance has evolved into a separate and highly specialised function. An effective maintenance regime helps identify failure symptoms and enables initiation of corrective measures, for preventing unscheduled and sometimes catastrophic failures. Lastly, a discussion on the numerous standards, codes and regulations governing MORE INFORMATION: http://www.idc-online.com/content/mechanical-design-concepts-non-mechanical-engineers-2
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Operation and Maintenance of Diesel Power Generating Plants workshop
 
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Phil Heyne doing a practical demonstration about magnetic field and EMF relation
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Repeaters Hubs and Bridges - Introduction
 
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A network consists of a larger number of the communication devices like Routers, Repeaters, Hubs and Switches. A router works like a traffic light between the networks. Without routers there would be no Internet. Today, IP is the main protocol in use on the Internet, as it is a routed protocol. A routing protocol specifies how routers communicate with one another. The routing protocol also specifies how routers in a network share information with each other and report changes. Some of the common routing protocols include IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF, IS-IS and BGP. This course covers some basic topics in networking like routers, hubs, bridges, repeaters, routing concepts and protocols. After completion of this course, students will get a clear view on Basics of switches, Hubs and Bridges, routing basic concepts, hierarchical routing and about some advanced routing concepts. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/22-data-communications-and-information-technology/324-span-dit07m8-span-basics-of-routers.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Fundamentals of DNP3 Protocols - Introduction
 
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Distributed Network Protocol has become more popular in recent times, and it is now being implemented in various industrial applications such as electric and water companies. DNP3 is an open and public protocol that uses an object model which reduces the bit mapping of data. When compared to other protocols, DNP3 is more powerful and efficient. This course is designed in such a way that it helps students to know about the latest protocols. This course covers the fundamentals and operation of Distributed Network Protocol (DNP3). After completion of this course, students will come to know about the fundamentals of DNP3, subsets, polling and operation of DNP3 and also about IEC 60870-5. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/general/courses/22-data-communications-and-information-technology/322-span-dit07m6-span-fundamentals-of-dnp3-protocols.html To contact us, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Construction, Installation and Maintenance of a Transformer Introduction
 
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Transformers have become more essential in our modern electronic life since only a very few device work without it. Transformers have gained greater advantage as they can increase or decrease the voltage and current levels, without modifying the frequency. This course is designed to help students to know about the need of transformers. It provides a detailed note on construction, installation and maintenance of a transformer. This course also describes different types of transformers and various methods involved in testing it. To view more information about the course, click here: http://idc-online.com/video/courses/courses/7-electronics/300-span-dei11m5-span-construction-installation-and-maintenance-of-a-transformer.html
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Foundations of TCP/IP and VoIP - IP addressing
 
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A network consists of a larger number of the communication devices like Routers, Repeaters, Hubs and Switches. A router works like a traffic light between the networks. Without routers there would be no Internet. Today, IP is the main protocol in use on the Internet, as it is a routed protocol. A routing protocol specifies how routers communicate with one another. The routing protocol also specifies how routers in a network share information with each other and report changes. Some of the common routing protocols include IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF, IS-IS and BGP. This course covers some basic topics in networking like routers, hubs, bridges, repeaters, routing concepts and protocols. After completion of this course, students will get a clear view on Basics of switches, Hubs and Bridges, routing basic concepts, hierarchical routing and about some advanced routing concepts. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/general/courses/22-data-communications-and-information-technology/323-span-dit07m7-sp-span-foundations-of-tcp-ip-and-voip.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Arc Flash in Substation.wmv
 
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Here is an example video of the dangers of arc flash presented at our conferences presented during 2011/12 in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa
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Engineering in Mining - Introduction
 
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COURSETEXT To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/5-project-management-business-and-leadership/264-span-dmn5-sp-span-engineering-in-mining-project-management.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Applied Ethernet Topologies - Introduction
 
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Ethernet has become an indispensable part since communication between devices in this fast & modern world would not have been possible without it. Ethernet is applied to an industrial setting, which blends multiple computers, devices, machine, etc., over an organization so that they can communicate with one another. Ethernet offers a very efficient peer-to-peer communication. This course provides a complete outlook on Industrial Ethernet which involves OSI layers, different topologies, Network System Components and hardened Ethernet devices used in industries. After completion of this course, every student would have a wider knowledge of hubs, switches, routers, different types of cable and also about intrinsically safety zones. To view more information about the course, visit us here: http://idc-online.com/video/my-orders/courses/22-data-communications-and-information-technology/292-span-dit07m2-span-coursename.html Contact us here: http://idc-online.com/video/2015-10-02-06-49-23.html
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Connect to remote labs
 
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Instructions on how to connect to the remote labs via Electromeet
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