Computer Modelling of Energy-Saving Small Size Induction Electromechanical Converter
In the paper, circuit and field-circuit analyses of the energy-saving small size induction motors are presented. The possibility of determination of the influence of the shape of core and windings data change on motors characteristics and parameters, based on this analysis, will be shown. From the comparison of classical and energy-saving constructions some general remarks about the possible improvements of motor efficiency by core and windings dimension change were stated.
KeywordsInduction Motor Stator Core Amorphous Iron Rotor Core Classical Motor
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