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In some drive application load torque fluctuates widely within short intervals of

time. Examples of loads are,

1) In pressing machine

2) Electrical hammer

3) Steel rolling mills

4) Reciprocating pumps

In such drives if motor is required to supply peak torque demanded by load

following problems may arrives,

1) Motor with high rating should be use

2) Motor will draw a pulsed current from the supply, it gives rise

to the voltage fluctuations

3) Reduces System Stability

In above mentioned problems of fluctuations of loads are overcome by mounting a

flywheel on motor shaft in a non-reversible drives.

During high load period load torque will be much higher than motor torque.

Deacceleration occur producing large dynamic torque component. Because of

Deacceleration motor speed falls during light load period .The motor torque

exceeds the load torque acceleration speed is brought back to original value before

the next high load period. It show that peak torque required from the motor has

much smaller value than peak load torque hence a motor with small rating than

peak load can be used. Fluctuations in motor torque and speed are also reduced

since power drawn from the source fluctuates very little. This is called load

equalization.

The moment of inertia of the fly wheel required for load equalization is

calculated as follows.

Assuming a linear motor speed-torque curve in the region of interest

(drooping characteristic AC)

T

(1)

Tr

m= m 0

( m 0 mr )

Where,

m 0

mr

Tr

- Rated torque in N-m

( m 0 mr )

dT

/T

dt r

Jd m

=J

dt

m dT

(2)

dt

( m 0 mr )/T r

m=J

Where

Term

(3)

mentioned constant at rated value

Tr

( m 0 mr )

m

dT

+T =T l

dt

Consider now a periodic load torque, a cycle of which consists of one high load

Tlh

T

and duration

tl

and duration

T max=T l h 1e

T min

Where

Tlh

)+T

th

m

th

t h

m

min

th

( 4)

is the motor torque at t=0 which is also the instant when heavy load

T max

When operating in steady-state, motor torque at the end of the cycle will be the

same as at the beginning of the cycle Hence at t=

We get,

T min=T 1e

t l

m

)+T

max

t l

m

th

m=

log

( T l hT min )

T l hT max

(6)

m

0

(

m )(7)

th

J=

T r /

( T l hT min )

log

T l hT max

(5)

tl

,T=

T min

tl

m=

log

( T max T )

T min T

( 8)

( m 0 mr)(9)

tl

J=

T r /

( T maxT )

log

T minT

Moment of inertia of flywheel required can be calculated either from Eq. (6) or(7)

further

J =W R2 , Kgm 2 (10)

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