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power is supplied through both stator and rotor. It is assumed that the machine is running at

constant torque load. The speed control of three-phase slip-ring induction motor can be done

using injected EMF in the rotor circuit. In the Schrage motor slip frequency EMF is produced

and injected into secondary winding on the stator by means of brushes.

Fig 1Equivalent circuit of induction motor with injected EMF in rotor circuit

Under steady state condition,

V1 R1I1 jX1I1 E1

V2/ R 2/ I 2/ jsX2/ I 2/ sE1

(1)

/

2

Here V is the injected EMF referred to stator. The rotor quantities are referred to

stator side. The rotor voltage referred to stator is

NK

V2/ 1 w1 V2

N2K w 2

Ignoring the voltage drop in the stator we can write

V1 E1 Constant

The expression for torque is given as

3sE1I2/ cos 12 3E1I2/ cos 12

T

constant

(2)

s r

s

Here 12 is angle between E1

and

If rotor voltage V2/ has same phase shift as the EMF E1 , then if slip is very small

cos 12

R 2/

R sX

/ 2

2

/ 2

2

1.0

N1K w1

sE1 constant

(3)

N2K w 2

The injected EMF is having slip frequency, however it may have different phase

difference with the rotor voltage. The machine can be made to run in sub- and supersynchronous speed apart from normal induction motor operation.

Certain industrial application requires a lower speed of operation. The use of rotor

resistance control decreases the overall efficiency. With the following cascade connections,

the recuperation of slip power is possible. The overall efficiency is higher, because slip power

R 2/ I 2/ V2/ sE1 V2

is not being wasted as resistive loss. There are two solid-state methods of speed control with

injected EMF:

o Kramers cascade

o Scherbius cascade

(a) Kramers cascade: In Kramers cascade, the slip-ring induction motor is started using

rotor resistance starter. Fig 2 shows a schematic diagram of Kramers cascade. When

machine is running, the rotor circuit EMF is rectified and connected to a separately excited

DC motor. The DC motor is connected to the main shaft of induction motor by means of

gears. By varying the field current of DC motor, the speed of shaft can be varied in subsynchronous region.

Let the effective phase voltage to the rectifier is V2 and the average output voltage is VR. For

a three-phase bridge rectifier the voltage relation is

V2

VR k .VR

3 6

The referred value of V2 on stator side is,

NK

V2/ 1 w1 V2

N2K w 2

In no-load operation V2/ s0 E1 s0 V1 =constant

The voltage VR supplies power to DC motor, thus

VR k ee Ndc k ee Nr .i

N

Here transmission coefficient of the reduction gear is i dc

Nr

Nr Ns 1 s0

Thus

NK

kk e Nsi 1 w1 e

N2K w 2

e

s0

N1K w1

E1 kk e Nsi

e e en

N2K w 2

(4)

When e =0, or field is not excited, then the no-load slip is s0 0 . However when e

=en, then the no load slip is s0 0.5 . In the Kramers cascade, the no-load speed of

induction motor can be reduced to 50 % of the synchronous speed. The torque slip

characteristics have been shown in Fig 3. The Kramers cascade is used in drives requiring

large torque at low speeds such as cement mills and rolling mills. This has also gained

importance in the areas of variable speed wind power generations.

(b) Scherbius cascade: In Scherbius cascade, the slip power is converted into DC and then

into 3 phase AC, which is fed back to three-phase lines. The schematic diagram for solid state

Scherbius cascade is given in Fig 4. The slip-ring induction motor is started using rotor

resistance starter. When machine is running, the rotor resistances are removed and rotor

terminals are connected to the three-phase rectifier. The slip power is converted into DC,

which is again connected to a three-phase bridge converter operating as an inverter. In which

the firing angle is more than 90. The logic for gate pulses for different thryristors is obtained

from three-phase lines. The converter converts the DC power into three-phase AC power

having frequency same as line frequency. The slip power is fed back to the lines using Y-Y

transformer having a definite turn ratio.

The speed of induction motor is controlled by changing the firing angle of the

converter. For a three-phase bridge rectifier the per phase voltage relation is

V2

VR k .VR

3 6

The per phase injected EMF is

V/ 1 N K

E1 2 1 w1 V2

(5)

s0 s0 N 2 K w 2

The inverter input and output voltages satisfy the relationship,

k.VI VT cos

Here VI and VT are the inverter input and output per phase voltage

The transformer voltage is

VI k T VT ,

NK

V NK

V

s0 2 1 w1 V2 I 1 w1 cos

E1 N 2 K w 2

k T E1 N 2 K w 2

(6)

This shows that no-load slip is proportional to cos . When firing angle =90, the

no-load slip s0=0.0. This corresponds to the natural torque slip characteristics. The maximum

recommended slip is 0.5. This slows the use of lower capacity power rectifier, inverter and

transformer. Fig 5 shows the torque slip characteristics of Scherbius control. Here slip power

less rotor loss is rectified, then converted back into the power of supply frequency and

returned to the three-phase lines through the transformer.

Scherbius control does not require DC motors. It offers higher efficiency and lower

system inertia. This has also gained importance in the areas of variable speed wind power

generations.

The applications are fan type load like air blowers, pumps and compressor. Since

there is no gear box, the efficiency is likely to be higher than that of Kramers cascade.

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