Effect of temperature rise on the

performance of induction motors
This paper presents and discusses the theoretical and experimental results of the
associated effects of temperature rise on the performance of the induction motor.
These effects are theoretically studied, in which a model for the induction motor is
developed by using MATLAB program. The model adopted is involving the electrical,
mechanical, and thermal effects of the induction motor. Simulation results was
carried out on the induction motor to predict the effects of the temperature rise on
the stator resistance, stator and rotor current, rotor speed, stator flux, and stator and
rotor copper losses

Simulation of high-speed linear-
induction-motor end effects in low-
speed tests
The paper presents two new possibilities of simulating end effects and transverse
edge effects of a high-speed linear induction motor in a rather low-speed test if
certain equivalence conditions are satisfied. The basis of simulation is to keep the
flux-density distribution in the airgap, as well as in the exit and entry zones, the same
in the simulated l.i.m. as in the actual l.i.m. It is demonstrated that a realistic
simulation may be obtained in practice. Two examples are given which show the
parameter values to simulate a fullsize high-speed l.i.m. by (a) a low-speed l.i.m. and
(b) an arch motor.
Fault detection on a real three-phase
induction motor: simulation and
experimental results on residual
AC machines have become the industrial standard not only in high power-constant
speed applications, but also in the medium and low power range. While most of the
problems related to the feedback control of AC motors have been successfully
solved, another crucial point emerged with the diffusion of induction motors: the
condition monitoring and the detection of their most common faults. In this work, a
novel approach to fault diagnosis of AC motors is introduced. Specifically, the
architecture of a nonlinear tracking controller made of an observer and a feedback-
linearizing module is exploited in order to generate residual signals to be used for
fault diagnosis purposes. In the paper, both simulation and experimental results on a
real AC motor are provided showing the effectiveness of the proposed approach.
Comparison of Performance
Characteristic of Squirrel Cage Induction
Motor by Three Phase Sinusoidal and
PWM Inverter Supply Using MATLAB
Digital Simulation
Induction motors are the most widely used electric motors in industry. They offer
reasonable performance, a manageable torque-speed curve, stable operation under
load and satisfactory efficiency. The aim of the paper is to investigate the
performance characteristic of available squirrel cage induction motor. Simulation and
experimental results are presented and compared to validate the mathematical
model of motor. The purpose of this study has been to devise a mathematical model,
which can reliably predict the steady state performance of PWM inverter fed cage
induction motor drive. The model has been developed on coupled circuit approach of
the motor and in terms of measurable parameters of the system. The mathematical
model developed is in form of differential equation and is used for implementation.
The operating frequency has been selected as 50Hz. The steady state performance
is computed under full load. The sources considered are sine wave supply and PWM
supply. The characteristics of the motor under sinusoidal supply operation are
obtained. For sinusoidal PWM inverter the steady state performance is checked.
Performance of motor has been presented into a set of output graphs. The output
graphs permit analysis of various motor parameters. MATLAB has been chosen for
this paper because it is flexible and has various built in tools designed test,
measurement and control.