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Speed control of the twin stator induction motor.

Sushil Kumar Khatta

Speed control of the twin stator induction motor.

by Sushil Kumar Khatta

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


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M.Sc. dissertation. Typescript.

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The Physical Object
Pagination1 vol
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Open LibraryOL13690180M

Abstract: A synthesized method for speed control of a three-phase induction motor (IM) based on optimal preview control system theory is implemented in this article. An IM model comprises three-input variables and three-output variables that coincide with the synchronous reference frame that is implemented using the vector by: Electric motor - Electric motor - Linear induction motors: A linear induction motor provides linear force and motion rather than rotational torque. The shape and operation of a linear induction motor can be visualized as depicted in the figure by making a radial cut in a rotating induction machine and flattening it out. The result is a flat “stator,” or upper section, of iron laminations.

Speed control of induction motor can be achieved by changing an input frequency or poles pair. The torque can be controlled by the strength of the stator rotating field. Cite. This will result in efficiency of three phase induction motor becomes 50%. If the stator losses are also considered, the air gap power dissipates in the rotor circuit at low speed. The speed of the three phase induction motor at low speed is not economical. The slip power dissipates in the external resistor in the slip ring induction motor.

  Speed Control Methods of Induction Motor: In this post let us see what are the various methods to control the speed of Induction Motor We know that t he speed of the induction motor is given by, From the above equation, the speed of the motor can be controlled by changing supply frequency and by changing number of poles in the stator. An induction motor or asynchronous motor is an AC electric motor in which the electric current in the rotor needed to produce torque is obtained by electromagnetic induction from the magnetic field of the stator winding. An induction motor can therefore be made without electrical connections to the rotor. An induction motor's rotor can be either wound type or squirrel-cage type.


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Speed control of the twin stator induction motor by Sushil Kumar Khatta Download PDF EPUB FB2

STATOR VOLTAGE CONTROL: Stator voltage control of an induction motor is used generally for three purposes-(a) to control the speed of the motor (b) to control the starting and braking behavior of the motor (c) to maintain optimum efficiency in the motor when the motor load varies over a large range.

Here we are discuss about speed control of motor. "The use of induction motors has increased because of the improvements in microprocessor-controlled inverter circuits.

This book details the operation and control of induction motors in both steady-state and transient conditions. This book is appropriate for power or electrical engineers studying and working with induction by:   Stator Voltage Control of Induction Motor: By reducing Stator Voltage Control of Induction Motor, speed of a high-slip induction motor can be reduced by an amount which is sufficient for the speed control of some fan and pump drives (Fig.

While torque is proportional to voltage squared (Eq. ()), current is proportional to voltage (Eq. Speed Control Of Three-Phase Induction Motor by Stator Voltage Control Abstract: A theoretical background for the induction motor input current variation due to variation in speed is presented and the theoretical result is compared with the experimental observations, when the motor speed is varied by variation of input : M.

Nehrir. The induction motor is a constant speed motor. For the application where variable speed requires, this motor is not used. Speed control of this motor is difficult.

The induction motor has a high starting inrush current. This causes a reduction in voltage at the time of starting. Related Post: What is Motor Starter. Types of Motor Starters and Motor Starting Methods. It can control the speed of an induction motor over a range from as little as 5% of base speed up to about twice base speed.

However, it is important to maintain certain voltage and torque limits on the motor to ensure safe operation as the frequency is varied. Thus, speed control of induction motor can be achieved by a total of five different methods: VVVF Speed Control; Pole Changing Method; Rotor Circuit Resistance Control; Stator Voltage Control; Emf Injection in Rotor Circuit; These methods are shown in figure below.

Speed control methods of induction motor By Kiran Daware AC Machines, Induction Motor An induction motor is practically a constant speed motor, that means, for the entire loading range, change in speed of the motor is quite small.

Speed Control of an Induction Motor There is a various method of speed control of an Induction Motor. The rotor speed of an induction motor is given by the equation shown below. From the equation (1) it is clear that the motor speed can be changed by a change in. Solid-state controlled single-phase induction motor.

Book. Jan ; of a repulsion motor using a triac in the stator circuit. The speed control is accomplished by varying the triac firing. Abstract—Induction Motor (IM) control is a difficult and complex engineering problem due to multivariable, highly nonlinear, time-varying dynamics and unavailability of measurements.

In this paper vector control for speed control of three-phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor has been developed and analyzed. The present approach avoids use of Cited by: 4. Pole changing method is a speed control scheme of induction motor.

In this scheme, the number of pole pairs is changed by changing the field connection. In induction motor, field winding is wound on the stator while the armature winding is wound on the rotor.

This novel approach applied to improve the speed control system of stator flux oriented control of induction motor. The control system combined from a neuro-fuzzy controller and a fuzzy critic which evaluates the motor speed condition and then produces an appropriate signal to controller learn- ing.

The vestige of this paper is organized as. Nonlinear control systems; a.c. motors; electric drives; feedback; modelling; multivariable systems IN'rFlODUCirION speed Ware as follows: a The last achievements of differential d-q7s geometry make it possible to answer the Us RsTs j W 4//5/ +~+ question whether nonlinear multidimentio­as nal system of the form d \fIr 0 = RrTr j/W -w / '-V Cited by:   A three phase induction motor is basically a constant speed motor.

It is widely used in industry due to low cost and rugged construction. The speed control of induction motor is done at the cost of decrease in efficiency and low electrical power factor. 3 4. An induction motor develops torque by inducing current to the rotor, which is proportional to the differential speed of the rotor and the rotating magnetic field in the stator.

For NEMA design B motors the differential speed (called slip) is between 1% and 2% at full load. Control induction motors* up to kW (2HP) to run machinery at different speeds or controlling a pool pump to save money. Also works with 3-phase motors. Full form kit includes case, double-sided silk-screened PCB, heatsink, cooling fan, hardware and electronics Difficulty: Complex.

Speed control of three phase induction motor can be varied by varying the slip ‘S’ or number of poles ‘p’ or frequency ‘f’ of the supply.  The ability of varying any one of the above three quantities will provide methods of speed control of an induction The speed motor = Synchronous speed, in revolutions per minute, f = AC power frequency p= Number of poles per phase winding.

Therefore by changing the number of poles we can easily change the speed of three phase induction motor. Adding Rheostat in Stator Circuit. In this method of speed control of three phase induction motor rheostat is added in the stator circuit due to this voltage gets case of three phase induction motor torque produced is given by T ∝ sV 2 2.

The speed control of induction motor by considering to control on stator side can also subdivide into several speed controlling methods such as. By changing the supply voltage of the motor. While frequency control is the key to synchronous and induction AC motor speed control, it is generally not enough on its own.

While the speed of an AC motor is a direct function of frequency (controlling how fast the rotating magnetic field rotates around the circumference of the Author: Tony R. Kuphaldt.Construction of Induction Motor The three phase induction motor is a preferable type of motor. It is mostly used in industrial drives because it is very reasonable and vigorous, economical and reliable.

It is also called asynchronous motor because it does not run at a synchronous speed.Chapter 1: Introduction to Single-Phase Motors.

Topics: Motor parts; NEMA motor standards and enclosures; Nameplate data; Induction motors; Stator, rotor field; Split-phase starting; Synchronous speed; Starting switches Learning Objectives: List the parts of a rotor.

List the data given on a typical motor nameplate.