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Based on your interest in our 2015 webcast series covering motors and drives, we think you'd like the "Electrical Design for Motors" online course starting March 21, 2016:

Consulting-Specifying Engineer is hosting an online educational course March 21, 2016 that will provide students with all of the skills necessary to design branch circuits for motors. This three-week online course will cover:

  • Single and three phase induction motors
  • Elevator motors
  • Fire pumps
  • Refrigeration motors

Not only will students learn over current and short circuit protection, National Electrical Code (NEC) criteria for sizing conduit and wire for these motors will be covered in this course. Learn little known design tips to reduce installation costs, while still staying within all the NEC criteria for the design of these branch circuits.

Registration discounts are available to the first 30 seats and are offered on a first come, first served basis. Register online today and receive a discount!

Ken LovornExpert Instructor: Ken Lovorn, PE, President, Lovorn Engineering Associates

Ken has forty-five years of progressive design and engineering management experience with architect-engineers and consulting engineers designing electrical systems. As President of Lovorn Engineering Associates (LEA), Ken emphasizes the thorough evaluation of alternative design approaches and how to achieve equivalent compliance with the applicable Codes and Standards, all with a critical eye toward maintaining the best value for the client's dollar. During Ken's career, he has designed virtually every type of commercial, institutional, educational and light industrial facility. He is a nationally recognized expert in the solution of harmonic related operational problems, with a special emphasis in the health care environment.

Self-Paced Online Course
This course is self-paced and entirely online. The lecture videos and other materials are available any time, and the instructor responds to student questions through a discussion board.

Classes begin March 21, 2016, but seats are limited, so sign up today. Learn more at www.csemag.com/ElectricalDesignforMotors.