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Electromagnetic Design of Atypical Induction Motor

Originální název

Electromagnetic Design of Atypical Induction Motor

Anglický název

Electromagnetic Design of Atypical Induction Motor

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en

Originální abstrakt

This article deals with an electromagnetic design of a three phase winding for an induction motor with unusual number of stator and rotor slots (30/22). There are presented two types of windings. The first one is a classic integral-slot winding (m = 3, p = 1, Qs = 30, q = 5, y = 15) and second one is an interspersed winding 1-3-1. This type of winding is very useful for elimination and suppression of the fifth and seventh harmonic of magnetic flux density in the air-gap. Both designed windings are compared at nominal operation point 2.2 kW.

Anglický abstrakt

This article deals with an electromagnetic design of a three phase winding for an induction motor with unusual number of stator and rotor slots (30/22). There are presented two types of windings. The first one is a classic integral-slot winding (m = 3, p = 1, Qs = 30, q = 5, y = 15) and second one is an interspersed winding 1-3-1. This type of winding is very useful for elimination and suppression of the fifth and seventh harmonic of magnetic flux density in the air-gap. Both designed windings are compared at nominal operation point 2.2 kW.

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@inproceedings{BUT110373,
  author="Radoslav {Cipín} and Miroslav {Patočka}",
  title="Electromagnetic Design of Atypical Induction Motor",
  annote="This article deals with an electromagnetic design of a three phase winding for an induction motor with unusual number of stator and rotor slots (30/22). There are presented two types of windings. The first one is a classic integral-slot winding (m = 3, p = 1, Qs = 30, q = 5, y = 15) and second one is an interspersed winding 1-3-1. This type of winding is very useful for elimination and suppression of the fifth and seventh harmonic of magnetic flux density in the air-gap. Both designed windings are compared at nominal operation point 2.2 kW.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society",
  chapter="110373",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2014",
  month="october",
  pages="569--574",
  type="conference paper"
}