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Published
**2003**
by Springer US in Boston, MA
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Written in English

- Systems engineering,
- Engineering,
- Computer-aided design,
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Modeling of Induction Motors with One and Two Degrees of Mechanical Freedom presents the mathematical model of induction motors with two degrees of mechanical freedom (IM-2DMF), formed in the electromagnetic field as well as in circuit theory, which allows analyzing the performance of these three groups of motors taking into account edge effects, winding and current asymmetry. The model derived is based on the concept of magnetic field wave moving in the air-gap with a helical motion. In general, the rotor moves helically too with the rotary-linear slip. The electromagnetic field as well as motor performance of the particular motors is analyzed. The mathematical model of IM-2DMF is more general to the model of induction motors with one degree of mechanical freedom, i.e. rotary and linear motors. Examples of modeling two types of rotary disc motors and flat linear motor with twisted primary part are presented with inclusion of finite stator and rotor length and width effects. The simulation results are backed by the measurements carried out on the laboratory models, which were tested on the unique measurement stand.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | edited by Ernest Mendrela, Janina Fleszar, Ewa Gierczak |

Contributions | Fleszar, Janina, Gierczak, Ewa |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TK7888.4 |

The Physical Object | |

Format | [electronic resource] / |

Pagination | 1 online resource (viii, 111 p.) |

Number of Pages | 111 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL27075369M |

ISBN 10 | 1461350557, 1461503957 |

ISBN 10 | 9781461350552, 9781461503958 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 852789542 |

Induction motor starting can be analyzed using electrical, mechanical, and thermal models which interact as diagrammed in Figure 1. In the electrical model, the voltage, V, and the slip, S, determine the rotor current. The summation of all torques acting on the motor shaft comprises the mechanical Size: KB. An essential requirement for this practice is the modeling and analysis of machine electrical losses under variable frequency operation. In this paper an improved steady state model of single phase induction motors is derived to investigate major motor characteristics like torque–speed, input power, output power, by:

SystemVerilog for Verification: A Guide to Learning the Testbench Language Features, Third Edition is suitable for use in a one-semester SystemVerilog course on SystemVerilog at the undergraduate or graduate level. Many of the improvements to this new edition were compiled through feedback provided from hundreds of : Springer US. Induction Motors - Modelling and Control. Edited by: Prof. Rui Esteves Araújo. ISBN , PDF ISBN , Published Cited by: 7.

unbalance. This paper presents speed torque characteristics of induction motor which are calculated on the basis of a mathematical model. This technique is in compliance with the IEEE standard test procedure for polyphase induction motors and generators. Induction machines are the major electromechanical conversion devices inFile Size: KB. Most induction motors are of the rotary type with basically a stationary stator and a rotating rotor. The stator has a This chapter presents two approaches for developing the mathematical model of the induction motor. The electro-mechanical equation of the drive can be given as [2].

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Modeling of Induction Motors with One and Two Degrees of Mechanical Freedom presents the mathematical model of induction motors with two degrees of mechanical freedom (IM-2DMF), formed in the electromagnetic field as well as in circuit theory, which allows analyzing the performance of these three groups of motors taking into account edge effects, winding and current asymmetry.

Modeling of Induction Motors with One and Two Degrees of Mechanical Freedom presents the mathematical model of induction motors with two degrees of mechanical freedom (IM-2DMF), formed in the electromagnetic field as well as in circuit theory, which allows analyzing the performance of these three groups of motors taking into account edge effects, winding and current Brand: Springer US.

Modeling of induction motors with one and two degrees of mechanical freedom is a must-have book for electrical engineering graduate students and electric machine designers and engineers."--Jacket. Rating. Cite this chapter as: Mendrela E., Fleszar J., Gierczak E.

() Simulation of Induction Motors with Two Degrees of Mechanical Freedom. In: Mendrela E., Fleszar J., Gierczak E. (eds) Modeling of Induction Motors with One and Two Degrees of Mechanical : Ernest Mendrela, Janina Fleszar, Ewa Gierczak.

"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: modeling are then verified by the test carried out on experimental model of the motor what validates the theoretical modeling of the motor.

Topologies of induction motors with two degrees of mechanical freedom Several topologies of electromagnetic motors featuring a multi-DoMF structure were. dehez et al.: development of a spherical induction motor with two degrees of freedom B.

Analytical Modeling The ﬁ rst part of the electromagnetic characterization is based. Read Book Online Now ?book=Read Induction Motors Ebook Free.

Modeling of Induction Motors with One and Two Degrees of Mechanical Freedom presents the mathematical model of induction motors with two degrees of. An electromagnetic-mechanical modeling of an induction motor and rotor shaft coupled to angular approach Aroua.

FOURATIab, A system of n degrees of freedom is represented in angular domain via angular sampling by the Where is the rotational degree of freedom of the shaft. ^)` is displacement and velocity vector, ^U (t) t ` and ^ ` R R) T T. The induction machine d-q or dynamic equivalent circuit is shown in Fig.

One of the most popular induction motor models derived from this equivalent circuit is Krause’s model detailed in [13]. According to his model, the modeling equations in flux linkage form are as follows: B.

Engineering Books Mechanical Modeling and Analysis with Induction Generators. Modeling and Analysis with Induction Generators the first edition of this book, published in The reasoning was that although so many books have been written on induction machines, drives, and motors in general, none existed at that time that would cover.

It has been more than a century since the principle of the operation of induction motors was discovered. The first industrial motors of this type were constructed at the end of the Nineteenth Century and soon gained the favor of users who appreciated their raggedness, simplicity and relatively low manufacturing cost compared to DC commutator s: 1.

There are many reasons for selecting the induction of them are as follows: 1. Induction motor is a singly excited motor where as synchronous motor is a doubly excited onous motor need an additional dc source for excitation of. Induction motors constitute a theoretically interesting and practically important class of nonlinear systems.

They are described by a ﬁfth order nonlinear differential equation with two inputs and only three state variables available for mea-surement. The control task is further complicated by the fact. Induction Motor is an AC electric motor, having a stator and a rotor just like other motors, but the working principle is a little different which would be discussed further.

There are two types of Induction Motors, one is named as Single Phase Induction Motor, while the second one is named as 3 Phase Induction Motor.

For the steady state analysis of the symmetric three-phase induction machine, one can define the simplified space phasor of the stator flux, which is collinear to the total flux of the (αs) axis and has a 3 times higher modulus. In a similar way can be obtained the space phasors of the stator voltages and rotor fluxes and the system equation Cited by: 1.

often. The single-phase AC induction motor best fits this description. As the name suggests, this type of motor has only one stator winding (main winding) and operates with a single-phase power supply.

In all single-phase induction motors, the rotor is the squirrel cage. Induction motors are present in any processes and systems and for this it is important to known the types of faults which can occur during its working.

This paper presents briefly some electrical and mechanical faults in induction motors and how these faults influence the motor by: 4. energy is consumed by electric motors and over 90% of them are induction motors. The minimization of electrical energy consumption through a better design becomes a major concern.

The aim of this work is to give a further contribution in the design of a three phase induction motor for good Size: KB. The alternating current (AC) induction motor is one of the most rugged and most widely used machines in industry.

There are two major components of an AC induction motor. The stationary or static component is the stator. The rotating component is the rotor. The stator is File Size: KB.Induction Motor Theory Instructor: Jerry R.

Bednarczyk, P.E. PDH Online | PDH Center Meadow Estates Drive Fairfax, VA Phone & Fax: An Approved Continuing Education Provider.Induction Machine Basics The motor, used in this thesis work, is a two pole induction machine com-posed of a cage rotor and a stator containing windings connected to the 3-phase power supply.

In common for induction machines is that the stator is made up of a stack of steel laminations pressed into a aluminum or cast iron frame, and.