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Experience Factors When Testing for Efficiency and Correlating Results with Design

  • Joseph A. KlineSr.

Abstract

Since the enactment of federal regulations in 1992, the U.S. and other North American countries have required that motors meet minimum efficiency standards. During this transition to date, test verifications have evolved to provide methodology and procedures to assure efficiency requirements. Experience in testing during this period have given insight into factors which have been shown to provide consistent test results. Correlation of results with designed prediction have enabled adjustment of parameters to reflect actual product performance values.

Keywords

Energy Efficiency Improvement Test Verification Torque Ripple North American Country Federal Rule 
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References

  1. 1.
    Joseph A. Kline Sr. - Energy Efficient Motors U.S. Manufacturers Achievements, „Energy Efficiency Improvements in Electric Motor and Drives Conference“ - Lisbon, Portugal - October 1996, Editors A. de Almeida, P. Bertoldi and W. Leonhard, Springer, Berlin, 1997.Google Scholar
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    Robert G. Bartheld and Joseph A. Kline Sr. - Comparison Testing for Efficiency in Accordance with IEC 34-2 and IEEE 112 Procedures. „Energy Efficiency Improvements in Electric Motor and Drives Conference“ - Lisbon, Portugal - October 1996, Editors A. de Almeida, P. Bertoldi and W. Leonhard, Springer, Berlin, 1997.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Joseph A. KlineSr.
    • 1
  1. 1.U.S. Electrical Motor Division of Emerson ElectricUSA

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