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SILABUS DAN DETAIL TRAINING PUBLIK BULAN MARET 2013

SILABUS 1 Intermediate Electric Motor Diagnose SILABUS 2 Electrical Transformer Testing And Maintenance SILABUS 3 Cathodic Protection Rectifier Operation & Maintenance SILABUS 4 Operation Maintenance And Inspection Of Rotating Machinery

SILABUS 5 Cashflow Project & Financial Forecast SILABUS 6 Warehouse And Inventory Management

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SYLLABUS 1 : INTERMEDIATE ELECTRIC MOTOR DIAGNOSE


It is estimated that electrical drives and other rotating equipment consume about 50% of the total electrical energy consumed in the world today (and this figure increases to 70% if you only consider industry). The cost of maintaining electrical motors can be a significant amount in the budget item of manufacturing and mining industries. This workshop gives you a thorough understanding of electrical motors protection, control and maintenance and gives you the tools to maintain and troubleshoot electrical motors.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

You will gain a fundamental understanding of the protection, control and maintenance of electric motors and drives. Typical applications of electric motors in mining, manufacturing, materials handling and process control are covered in detail. The concluding section of the workshop gives you the fundamental tools in troubleshooting motors confidently and effectively. At the end of this workshop participants will be able to: Specify protection requirements for motors Maintain electrical motors Specify speed control requirements for motors Understand essentials of motors and drives Detail the main issues with testing of motors Prevent or at least minimize motor bearing failure Troubleshoot and fix faults on motors and drives Interface control circuits of motors with PLCs/DCSs Reduce downtime on electrical motors Improve plant safety Improve plant throughput Reduce your spares usage and requirements

COURSE OBJECTIVE

COURSE OUTLINE

1. Introduction And Outline Ofworkshop Objectives Fundamentals Of Motor Technology And Construction a. Basic principles of rotating electric machines b. Fundamental principles of speed control c. Efficiency, torque, inertia, horsepower/power factor d. Torque-speed curves e. Induction/synchronous/wound rotor types f. Basic construction and physical configuration, windings g. Principles of operation and performance 2. Three Phase Ac Induction Motors a. Components b. Theory of operation c. Induction motor design d. Duty cycles

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e. Insulation and cooling requirements f. Starting methods g. Selecting motors h. Types of faults, fault finding and testing of AC machines i. Testing instrumentation Energy Losses And Efficiency Of Three Phase Ac Induction Motors a. Standards b. Types of losses c. Tests for measurement and computation of losses and efficiency d. Dynamometers e. Principles of load application by braking f. Torque measurement basics g. Types of practical dynamometers Motor Failure Analysis a. Frequent starts b. High inertia c. Inadequate cooling d. Congestion on fan cover e. Improper spacing at end of motor f. Incorrect belt alignment g. Solid belt guards h. Excessive loading causing bearing clearance problems i. Insulation failures j. Bearing current problems Testing a. Insulation life and resistance b. Polarization index c. DC hipot d. DC ramp test e. AC hipot f. Capacitance test g. Dissipation factor h. Partial discharge i. Surge test j. Mechanical testing k. Online testing Bearing Failure Analysis a. Bearing failures b. Grease and greasing c. Belt drive aspects d. Balance e. Storage issues f. Service factor loading Protection Of Motors a. Thermal overload b. Time constraints c. Early relays and new digital relays d. Starting and stalling conditions e. Over current/overload

Anyone associated with the use of electrical motors in the industrial or automation environment. The course will also benefit those working in system design as well as site commissioning, maintenance and troubleshooting.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Under-voltage/over-voltage Under frequency Pole slip/out of step Loss of excitation Inadvertent energisation Over fluxing Stall protection/acceleration time/start up supervision (time between starts) m. Unbalanced supply voltages n. Negative sequence currents o. De-rating factors p. Earth faults core balance, residual stabilizing resistors q. Calculation of protective relay settings 8. Motor Control a. Power circuit b. Control circuit c. Full online voltage starting d. Reduced voltage starting i. Delta-star ii. Resistance iii. Reactor iv. Autotransformer v. Soft start e. Braking f. Speed control g. Reversing 9. Control Systemfor Ac Variable Speed Drives a. Overall control system b. Power supply for the control system c. DC bus charging system d. VSD control loops (open loop/closed loop) e. Vector control f. Current feedback in AC variable speed drives g. Speed feedback from motor 10.Installation And Fault Finding a. General installation and environmental requirements b. Power supply connections and earthling c. Where to install contactors in power circuit d. Installation of AC converters into metal enclosures

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Typical personnel who would benefit are: a. Electrical consulting engineers b. Electrical contractors

INSTRUKT0R & CV

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Electrical maintenance supervisors Electrical maintenance technicians Engineering and design personnel Instrument and control engineers Instrument technicians Maintenance personnel Mechanical engineers Operations personnel Plant engineers Process control engineers Service technicians Muhamad Ali, ST, MT and Team Education o Education S-1 Electrical Engineering (UGM) 1999 o Education S-2 Electrical Engineering (ITB) 2004 Work and Training Experience :
Course Analysis of Electric Power System Advance Electrical Instrumentatioz Advance Electrical Instrumentation

No 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

10. Analysis of Electric Power System

11. Electrical Motor Control using PLC

Adaptive Control Industrial Management Power Electronics Electromagnetic Fields Computer Programming Analysis of Electric System Disturbance

12. Sensorless Motor Control 13. Optimation Industrial Process using Inverter 14. Peripheral Electrical Characteristics 15. Electrical Transmisiion and Distribution System 16. Generator Protection Systems 17. Energy Auditing in Industry

No Course 18. Industrial Electrical System 19. Forecasting of Electric Power Needs in the Future 20. Optimization of fuel consumption on a generator which is connected in a network interconnection 21. Image of Computer Based Techniques 22. Electric Power System Simulation 23. Basic Electrical Engineering Systems 24. Electrical Safety 25. Electriacal Maintenance and Operation 26. Electrical System, Maintenance and Operation 27. Electrical Machine Application in Industry 28. Electrical Control Systems using the DCS 29. SCADA System 30. Electrical Protection 31. Grounding and Protection Lighning 32. Energy Efficiency in Application 33. Energy management systems 34.

25 - 28 Maret 2013 (4 days) , tentative/as request

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This course covers the theory, operation, maintenance and testing of power transformers and auxiliary equipment. Topics included are transformer fundamentals, transformer ratings, transformer cooling, nitrogen gas systems and insulation systems. The source concludes with in-depth discussions on transformer testing techniques. This course is applicable to technicians and engineers who need a sound understanding of power transformer operation and maintenance. Students will learn safe and proper maintenance and testing procedures on pad-mounted, power transformers. The course covers transformers used in commercial and industrial power distribution systems, including oil and dry-type units. Larger power transformers used in utility applications are also covered. Load and no-load tap changer maintenance, ac and dc testing, routine inspections and oil sampling and testing are covered in detail. Students will learn how to perform routine oil tests, and understand how to perform the major tests that are required. A variety of electrical test equipment from various manufacturers will be discussed.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

SYLLABUS 2 : ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMER TESTING AND MAINTENANCE

COURSE OUTLINE

1. Transformer Principles a. Transformers b. Right Hand Rule c. Magnetic Flux d. Magnetic Induction e. Left Hand Rule Turns Ratio f. Transformer Losses g. Transformer Types 2. Vector Diagrams : Operating Principles a. Operation Without Load b. Operation with Load 3. Transformer Classifications : Service Classification a. Instrument Transformers : Current & Potential 4. Transformer Construction (Construction) a. Magnetizing Circuits i. Losses : Hysteresis Loss & Eddy-Current Loss ii. Efficiency 5. Cooling : Air Cooled Oil-Immersed a. Water-Cooled b. Forced-Oil Cooling

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Field and shop technicians, field engineers, supervisors and others responsible for the

WHO SHOULD ATTEND


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c. Self-Cooling with Air Blast i. Temperature Limits ii. Transformer Loading Tap Changers : No-Load Tap Changer a. Tap Changing Under Load b. Phase-Angle Control Transformer Connections : Single Phase Circuits a. Two-Phase Circuits b. Three-Phase Circuits Transformer Maintenance a. Insulation Testing b. High Potential Testing c. Turns Ratio Testing d. Polarity Testing e. Power Factor f. Excitation Current g. DC Winding Resistance h. Polarization Recovery i. Insulating Fluid Dielectric j. Dissolved Gas Analysis Transformers and Relaying a. Transformer Faults b. Differential Relaying 1) Normal Load 2) External Faults 3) Internal Faults

testing and maintenance of power transformers rated 750kVA to 500MVA and 4.16kV

INSTRUKT0R & CV

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Muhamad Ali, ST, MT and Team Education o Education S-1 Electrical Engineering (UGM) 1999 o Education S-2 Electrical Engineering (ITB) 2004 Work and Training Experience :
Course Analysis of Electric Power System Advance Electrical Instrumentatioz Advance Electrical Instrumentation

No Course 18. Industrial Electrical System 19. Forecasting of Electric Power Needs in the Future 20. Optimization of fuel consumption on a generator which is connected in a

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

10. Analysis of Electric Power System

11. Electrical Motor Control using PLC

Adaptive Control Industrial Management Power Electronics Electromagnetic Fields Computer Programming Analysis of Electric System Disturbance

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

12. Sensorless Motor Control 13. Optimation Industrial Process using Inverter 14. Peripheral Electrical Characteristics 15. Electrical Transmisiion and Distribution System 16. Generator Protection Systems 17. Energy Auditing in Industry

31. Grounding and Protection Lighning 32. Energy Efficiency in Application 33. Energy management systems 34.

network interconnection Image of Computer Based Techniques Electric Power System Simulation Basic Electrical Engineering Systems Electrical Safety Electriacal Maintenance and Operation Electrical System, Maintenance and Operation Electrical Machine Application in Industry Electrical Control Systems using the DCS SCADA System Electrical Protection

25 28 Maret 2013 (4 days) , tentative/as request

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SYLLABUS 3 : CATHODIC PROTECTION RECTIFIER OPERATION & MAINTENANCE

This course provides attendees with the fundamentals and methods of cathodic protection, component design & operation troubleshooting rectifier, installation and routine maintenance and also troubleshooting standard units.

COURSE OBJECTIVE

COURSE OUTLINE

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Cathodic protection Part of Cathodic Protection Autotrafo on cathodic protection Rectifier and their application Disscuss component design and Operation Familiarize yourself with installation & routine maintenance

Electrical engineer supervisors, Technicians who are responsible for maintaining the integrity of of the cathodic system

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

7. Get hands-on experience with troubleshooting session (participants are encourage to bring and use their own multi-meters) 8. Rectifiers and their application-issues styles, type and feature 9. Basic Rectifier theory-discuss rectifier components design & operation 10. Installation and routine maintenance-discuss equipment needed a long with a step by step procedure for troubleshooting, what signs to look for and where to take readings 11. Hands-on Troubleshooting standard units-students analyze various problems and perform repairs on actual working rectifiers 12. Hands-on session a general 13. Discussion

INSTRUKT0R & CV

Dr. Ratna Kartikasari, S.T., M.T. and Team Formal education o Education S-1: Department of Metallurgy, Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia, Jakarta. o Education S-2: Mechanics of Materials Program, Department of powerplant engineering, Gajah Mada University o S-3 Education: Mechanical Engineering Program, Graduate School of Engineering, UGM Teaching experience Teaching in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the course: a. materials Engineering b. Physical Metallurgy c. Corrosion in Engineering d. Selection of Materials and Processes e. Metal Welding Techniques 25 - 28 Maret 2013 (4 days) , tentative/as request

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SYLLABUS 4 : OPERATION MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION OF ROTATING MACHINERY


The course outlines the general technology of the machines and their auxilliaries. It covers how machines works on process, the mechanical aspects, wear and tear, lubrication, and troubleshooting by vibration analysis and others techniques, thus providing participants with the necessary knowledge for inspecting machinery and making a diagnosis. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to : understand the basic principles of rotating equipment component function Learn to apply these principles to optimize site condition monitoring and predictive maintenance techniques

COURSE OBJECTIVE

COURSE OUTLINE

1. GENERAL ASPECTS OF MACHINE TECHNOLOGY a. Main parts of the machines : casing, rotor, bearing, coupling, flushing and b. lubricants system c. Maintenance : assembly and disassembly procedures, inspection, clearance, d. adjustment and roughness 2. OPERATION / PROCESS AND MECHNICAL ASPECT a. Operation / Process Aspect i) Running parameters : head, flow, rpm, efficiency, Effect of internal wear b. Mechnical Aspect i) Stresses in machines, influence on life time ii) ailure prevention, monitoring and repair quality c. Typical Troubles i) Internal leakages, unbalancing. Wear and ruptures 3. TECHNOLOGY AND MAINTENANCE OF MACHINE COMPONENTS a. Lubrication i) Purpose, different type of oil and grease b. Bearings i) Antifriction bearings : types, lifetime, mounting, applications, related problems ii) Plan and pad bearings, thrust bearings: operation, related problem c. Coupling and alignment i) Differents type of couplings, related problems ii) Differents method of alignment using comparators, tolerances, practical aspects d. Sealing Devices for pump and Compressors

Mechanical pump seal, types, operation, related problems. Installation, geometricals checks. ii) Other seals for positive displacements pumps and reciprocating compressors e. Rotors and Shafts i) Balancing : exentricity, tolerances. Assembling on shaft : effect on balancing. 4. FORECASTING BREAKDOWNS a. Use of Vibration surveys in forecasting i) Different type of measurements and sensors, Monitoring of turbomachines rotor behaviour ii) Spectrum analysis applied to pumps and fans, Examples of diagnosis

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INSTRUKT0R & CV

Dr. Ir. Viktor Malau, DEA Education: o S-1 (Department of Mechanical Engineering FT-UGM, April 1985) o S-2 (Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France, 1993) o S-3 (Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France, 1996) Research Experience: (Title, funding source and year) 1. Characterization of Corrosion Rate of Steel-Plastic Molds Quench Temper AISI 420C and AISI H13 in 0.01 M HCl solution, DPP UGM, 2008. 2. Characterization of Fatigue Strength, Hardness and wear rate of engine components from Low Carbon Steel Pack Gets Caburizing With Coconut Charcoal Shell Media-Barium Carbonate, DPP UGM, 2007. 3. Effect of Heat Treatment and TiN coatings against wear and tear rate, Toughness and Hardness of 2510 Steel Duylos, DPP UGM, 2006 4. Influence of Physical Characteristics Vibration, Mechanical and Aluminum Casting Alloys Metallography on, Pekerti Grant Universities, 2005. 5. The rate of corrosion of steel DIN 34CrNiMo6 a titan nitride layer of the aluminum nitride TiN and AlN in a solution of 0.005 M HCl, 2005. 6. Fatigue Strength and Surface Hardness of Materials Cold Work Tool Steel Calmax a given layer Aluminum Nitride (AlN) with PVD Sputtering Technique, DPP UGM, 2005. 7. Fatigue Strength and Surface Hardness of Materials Cold Work Tool Steel Calmax a given layer of Titan Nitride (TiN) with PVD Sputtering Technique, DPP UGM, 2005. 8. The rate of corrosion of stainless steels in a solution of 0.01 M Stavax HCl with variations in temperature tempered steels, 2004. 9. Pengaruh Quench and Temper Heat Treatment of Steel Corrosion rate for the Purposes Matter XW Ceramics, DPP UGM, 2004

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10. Aluminum casting used for the purposes of motorcycle handlebars as well as physical and mechanical properties, 2004. 11. Effect of heat treatment on physical and mechanical properties of cast aluminum products at Kota Gede, London, 2004. 12. Influence of ferro-silicon inoculant 75 S (Fe-Si 75%) of the physical and mechanical properties of gray cast iron products Ceper, Klaten, 2003 13. Effect of long plasma nitriding technique for surface hardness and fatigue resistance of steel shaft to DIN 42CrMo4 (AISI 4140), 2003

SYLLABUS 5 :
At the end of this course, participants will have gained skills to enable them to apply a structured approach to project justification and investment appraisal. The course will enable delegates to: o understand the use of economic evaluation techniques in project proposals o calculate the economic and financial viability of expenditure proposals o assess the ranking of alternative projects o quantify the impact of risk and uncertainty o prepare project expenditure proposals in a way that will win management approval

CASHFLOW PROJECT & FINANCIAL FORECAST

COURSE OBJECTIVE

COURSE OUTLINE INTRODUCTION o Project and their management o A structured approach to managing projects.

THE CONTEXT OF PROJECTS o Projects for implementing corporate strategy o Strategic management of projects MANAGING THE PROJECT OBJECTIVES o Managing scope o Managing project organization o Managing quality o Managing cost o Managing time PROJECT FORECASTING AND CALCULATION o Basic concepts the key ingredients of project approval how to get the cost estimate right o How to calculate the Accounting Rate of Return (ARR) o Identifying project cash flows o How to calculate project payback

WHO SHOULD ATTEND


o How to calculate Net Present Value (NPV) o The Cost Of Capital - Choosing The right discount rate o How to calculate Internal Rate of Return (IRR) o How to calculate Profitability Index (PI) DECISION MAKING PROCESS o Comparison of investment appraisal methods o Project ranking - how to choose the best alternative o Decision making under capital rationing o How to deal with inflation o Accounting measures versus economic measures o Dealing with risk and uncertainty UNDERTAKING PROJECTS o Project definition Project start-up Proposal and initiation o Execution and control Resource a project Implementation planning Allocation work Gathering data and calculating progress The control cycle o Finalization and close out Finishing the work Post completion reviews

INSTRUKT0R & CV H. Sri Sulistyanto, SE., M.Si. and Team Formal Education : o Diploma In Mathematics, IKIP Sanata Dharma Yogyakarta (1992). o Faculty of Economics (Accounting) University of Atma Jaya Yogyakarta
Work Experiences: o The teaching staff of the Faculty of Economics Unika Soegijapranata Semarang (1997-present). o Consultant Apex Credit Farming Areas (1998). (1997). o Graduate Program (Accounting) Gadjah Mada University (2002).

Project managers Project planners Project controller Stakeholders of the projects. Other parties who are interested in financial project matters.

o Accounting and financial consulting Credit Cooperative Center, Central Java (1999-2000). o Accounting and financial systems consultant PT. Pura Barutama Ghost (2001). o The evaluation team for the NGO Mercy Corps Indonesia in Central Java and Yogyakarta (2002-2003). o Lecturers of the Faculty of Economics, University Dian Nuswantoro Semarang (January-December 2004). o Lecturers of the Faculty of Economics, University of Atma Jaya Yogyakarta (August-December 2005). 25 - 28 Maret 2013 (4 days) , tentative/as request

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SYLLABUS 6 :

WAREHOUSE AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT


Warehouse has a different activity patterns based on the complexity of inventory, products, and industrial categories, besides the dynamics of the latest technology and supply chain concept is to have a major influence on how we manage storage effectively and efficiently. Construction of a modern warehouse requires a huge investment for infrastructure, technology, tools, until the cost of outsourcing, so the management of a professional and measured to be absolute, and the warehouse is also the key success factors achieving customer satisfaction, for all service delivery and product quality greatly affected the level of competence of managers warehouse in response to the needs of internal users of raw material and product delivery to the end customer.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

COURSE OBJECTIVE

After attending this training, participants will have the ability to:

COURSE OUTLINE

Understanding the latest concepts and improvement in warehouse management Understanding warehouse administration process Understanding best practices rules for receiving, storage, and shipping process Reviewing WMS and latest technology tool kits Understanding the evaluation methods effective and measurable for warehouse performance

Inventory Planning and Forecasting Inventory Replenishment System Return Management 5S in The Warehouse

Warehouse lay-out and stock locations Receiving and shipping improvement Picking management and effective warehouse system Distribution and transportation arrangement Outsourcing management HSE in the warehouse Warehouse manual and procedures Warehouse KPI and audit

Class presentation, discussion, study analysis, and video presentation, with methods:

COURSE METHODE

WHO SHOULD ATTEND


20% theory based on practitioner literature 40% analysis and best practices among industry 40% real case study and discussions between the trainers with participants brainstorming Supply Chain, PPIC, Production, Warehouse, Purchasing/Procurement Project Manager, GA, Contract Administration Corporate Legal, Quality Assurance, Auditor Supervisor/Manager which is deals with supply chain activities Anyone wishing to improve their competencies

Distribution,

INSTRUKT0R & CV

Dr. Alva Edy Tantowi, and Team Formal Education : o Doctor: Powder Technology (S3-Mechanical Engineering UGM) o Master: Concurrent Process & Product Design; Design for Manufacturing (S2-Industrial Engineering UGM) o Undergrad: Product Design & Development (S1-Industrial Engineering UGM) Current Research Interest: Design, Material & Manufacturing o Developing of new materials: Amorphous polymers, Crystalline polymers, Metals, Bio-Ceramics and Composites.

o Mechanics of materials relevant to Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing applications o Developing method of Layer Manufacturing: Modeling and Experiment o Product Design and Development (FEM, Ergonomics etc.) Instructor Training o Warehouse Management o Ergonomics o Warehouse Inventory Management o Pump Operation and Maintenance o Effective Maintenance Management o Total Productive Maintenance o Planning, Control and Evaluation o Preventive and Predictive Maintenance o System Optimization & Modeling with Pro MODEL o Planning & Operation Management o Productivity Improvement with JIT & ISO9000 o Energy Audit of Mechanical Equipment o Production Planning & Control o Production Management o Operation Management o Production Project Planning o Total Productive Maintenance o Starting, Cooling & Rotating Machine Safety for Electrical Generator

25 - 28 Maret 2013 (4 days) , tentative/as request

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FACILITIES

VENUE

Certificate, Hand Out, Quality Training Kit , Training Material, Convenient Training Facilities At Stars Hotel, Lunch & 2 X Coffee Breaks, Souvenir.
Hotel Sahid Rich, Hotel Ibis, Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Hotel Inna Garuda

Yogyakarta

CONTACT

MITRA GLOBAL TRAINING CENTER (MGTC)

(Diana, Wulan, Riko)

Telephon () Mobile Phone E-mail Web Blog CLOSING

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