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Title: Energy conservation aspect of induction motors using improved design and power controllers
Authors: Murthy, S S
Jha, C S
Lakshmi, S R
Rai, A K
Desai, D A
Keywords: industrial motors
Irrigation pumps
5 hp pump motor
15 hp textile motor
supply voltage
mathematical modeling
incorporating magnetic
Issue Date: 1989
Citation: Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, 2, 677 - 682
Abstract: Different aspects of energy conservation in industrial motors are discussed. A motor design for energy efficient operation is examined and compared with conventional designs. Irrigation pumps and textile motors are taken as typical application areas for study; design changes for a 5 hp pump motor and a 15 hp textile motor leading to energy conservation are described, and experimental results are given. Energy conservation through adaptive variation of the supply voltage is also examined. The desired voltage variation for minimum energy consumption at varying loads is obtained by mathematical modeling and computer simulation, incorporating magnetic nonlinearity in the motor. Experimental results on a 2.2 kW induction motor driving a small spinning mill under voltage control are presented
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1614
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