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Time-Domain, Steady-State Torque Calculation of Voltage-Source Pulse-Width-Modulated Inverter Fed Induction Motors
Evaluation of torque pulsation associated with the harmonics of pulse width modulated (PWM) inverter-fed drives is important, particularly at low speed. This paper discusses an analytical method for the steady-state torque ...
Time Domain Steady-State Torque Calculation of Voltage Source Pulse-Width-Modulated Inverter Fed Induction Motors, Part I: Theoretical Analysis
Evaluation of torque pulsation associated with the harmonics of pulse width modulated (PWM) inverter-fed drives is important for a quiet and smooth operation. This paper discusses an analytical method for the steady state ...
Possible Errors in Measurement of Air-Gap Torque Pulsations of Induction Motors
Measurements based on the accurately obtained air gap flux data using either the search-coil or the Hall-effect approach are not error proof. This is because even the unbalanced leakage effects can be reduced to a minimal ...
Monitoring of Defects in Induction Motors Through Air-Gap Torque Observation
This paper suggests a method to monitor defects such as cracked rotor bars and the shorted stator coils in induction motors. Air-gap torque can be calculated while the motor is running. No special down time for measurement ...
Comparison of the Nature of Torque Production in Reluctance and Induction Motors
The nature of torque production is different in reluctance and inductance motors. One significant difference occurs in a reluctance motor that has nonsalient stator punching and a salient motor. When the flux per pole is ...