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Induction Motor Modeling _steady State

Induction Motor Modeling _steady State

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Topic 3: Induction Motor Modeling -Steady State
 
Spring 2004
ECE 8830 - Electric Drives
 
 
Introduction
Induction machines are the most widelyused of all electric motors. They offer thefollowing attractive features:
Generally easy to build and cheaper thancorresponding dc or synchronous motors
Rugged and require little maintenance
Offer reasonable asynchronous performance
A manageable torque-speed curve
Stable operation under load
Generally satisfactory efficiency
Range in size from few Watts to several MW
 
 
Introduction (cont’d)
Some disadvantages of induction motorsare:
Speeds not as easily controlled as dc motors
Draw large starting currents, typically 6-8 xtheir full load values
Operate with a poor lagging power factorwhen lightly loaded

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