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INTRODUCTION TO AC MOTOR

Study the transfer of power in an AC motor

Draw diagram of the power transmission of an induction motor Explain the power of the transmission of an induction motor Construct equivalent circuit of an induction motor using calculation and related formula

Know the methods of AC motor control

Compare the characteristics of AC motor control by varying

Voltage Frequency Number of poles Rotors resistance

Copper

core

Mechanical Losses

PC

P2 POUT

Pin

Induction motor converts an electrical power supplies to it into mechanical power. The various stages in this conversion is called power flow in an inductor motor.

The three phase supply given to the stator is the net electrical input to the motor. If motor power factor is cos and VL, IL are line values of supply voltage and current drawn, then net electrical supplied to the motor can be calculated as,

The part of this power is utilized to supply the losses in the stator which are stator core as well as copper losses.

The remaining power is delivered to the rotor magnetically through the air gap with the help of rotating magnetic field. This is called rotor input denoted as P2.

The rotor is not able to convert its entire input to the mechanical as it has to supply rotor losses. The rotor losses are dominantly copper losses as rotor iron losses are very small and hence generally neglected. So rotor losses are rotor copper losses denoted as Pc.

where I2r = Rotor current per phase in running condition R2 = Rotor resistance per phase.

Or can be calculated by Pc = s P2

where s = slip

After supplying these losses, the remaining part of P2 is converted into mechanical which is called gross mechanical power developed by the motor denoted as Pm.

Now this power, motor tries to deliver to the load connected to the shaft. But during this mechanical transmission, part of Pm is utilised to provide mechanical losses like friction and windage.

And finally the power is available to the load at the shaft. This is called net output of the motor denoted as Pout. This is also called shaft power. The rating of the motor is specified in terms of value of Pout when load condition is full load condition.

From the power flow diagram we can define,

= Pm / P 2

Motor Torque: Tm = 9.55 Pm n

Construct equivalent circuit of an induction motor using calculation and related formula

Construct equivalent circuit of an induction motor using calculation and related formula

FREQUENCY

Varying Frequency

The best method since supply voltage and supply frequency is varied to keep V/f constant Maintain speed regulation uses power electronics circuit for frequency and voltage controller Constant maximum torque

Varying Frequency

The synchronous speed of an induction motor is given by Ns = 120f/p The synchronous speed and, therefore, the speed of motor can be controlled by varying the supply frequency. The emf induced in the stator of an induction motor is given by

Varying Frequency

Therefore, if the supply frequency is change, E1 will also change to maintain the same air gap flux. If the stator voltage drop is neglected the terminal voltage V1 is equal to E1 in order to avoid saturation and to minimize losses, motor is operated at rated air gap flux by varying terminal voltage with frequency so as to maintain (V/f) ratio constant at rated value.

Varying Frequency

This type of control is known as constant volt in per hertz. Thus, the speed control of an induction motor using variable frequency supply requires a variable voltage power source.

Varying Frequency

T

f decreasing

nr3

nNL3

nr2

nNL2

nr1

nNL1

ROTOR RESISTANCE

For wound rotor only Speed is decreasing Constant maximum torque The speed at which max torque occurs changes Disadvantages:

large speed regulation Power loss in Rext reduce the efficiency

In wound rotor induction motor, it is possible to change the shape of the torque speed curve by inserting extra resistance into rotor circuit of the machine. The resulting torque speed characteristic curves are shown in fig.(4). This method of speed control is very simple. It is possible to have a large starting torque and low starting current at small value of slip.

The major disadvantage of this method is that the efficiency is low due to additional losses in resistors connected in the rotor circuit. Because of convenience and simplicity, it is often employed when speed is to be reduced for a short period only (cranes).

Fig 4:

T R1< R2< R3

R3

T

R2

R1

NO OF POLES

No of Poles

The number of stator poles can be change by

Multiple stator windings Method of consequent poles Pole amplitude modulation (PWM)

No of Poles

The methods of speed control by pole changing are suitable for cage motors only because the cage rotor automatically develops number of poles equal to the poles of stator winding.

In this method the stator is provided with two separate windings which are wound for two different pole numbers. One winding is energized at a time. Suppose that a motor has two windings for 6 and 4 poles.

For 50Hz supply the synchronous speed will be 1000 and 1500rpm respectively. If the full load slip is 5% in each case, the operating speeds will be 950 rpm and 1425 rpm respectively. This method is less efficient and more costly, and therefore, used only when absolutely necessary.

In this method a single stator winding is divided into few coil groups. The terminals of all these groups are brought out. The number of poles can be changed with only simple changes in coil connections. In practice, the stator winding is divided only in two coil groups. The number of poles can be changed in the ratio of 2:1.

Fig.(1) shows one phase of a stator winding consisting of 4 coils divided into two groups a b and c d. Group a b consists of odd numbered coils(1,3) and connected in series. Group c d has even numbered coils (2, 4) connected in series. The terminals a,b,c,d are taken out as shown.

The coils can be made to carry current in given directions by connecting coil groups either in series or parallel shown in fig. (1b) and fig.(1-c) respectively.

With this connection, there will be a total of 4 poles giving a synchronous speed of 1500 rpm for 50 Hz system. If the current through the coils of group a b is reversed (fig.2), then all coils will produce north (N) poles.

In order to complete the magnetic path, the flux of the pole groups must pass through the spaces between the groups, thus inducing magnetic poles of opposite polarity (S poles) in the inter pole spaces.

VOLTAGE

Varying Voltage

The torque developed by an induction motor is proportional to the square of the applied voltage. The variation of speed torque curves with respect to the applied voltage is shown in fig.(3). These curves show that the slip at maximum torque remains same, while the value of stall torque comes down with decrease in applied voltage.

Varying Voltage

Further, we also note that the starting torque is also lower at lower voltages. Thus, even if a given voltage level is sufficient for achieving the running torque, the machine may not start. This method of trying to control the speed is best suited for loads that require very little starting torque, but their torque requirement may increase with speed.

Fig 3:

Varying Voltage

V1 V2 V3

V decreasing

T

V1> V2 > V3 nr1> nr2 > nr3

nr3

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