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Motor

In some industrial applications, the induction motor

and its load have to be brought to a quick stop

This can be done by interchanging two stator leads, so

that the revolving field suddenly turns in the opposite

direction to the rotor

During this plugging period, the motor acts as a brake

It absorbs kinetic energy from the still-revolving load,

causing its speed to fall

Plugging an Induction 2

Motor

The power Pm is entirely dissipated as heat in the rotor

Rotor continues to receive Pr from stator, which is also

dissipated as heat

Plugging an Induction 3

Motor

Plugging produces I2R losses in the rotor that even

exceed those when the rotor is locked

Motors should not be plugged too frequently because

high rotor temperatures may melt the rotor bars or

overheat the stator winding

Plugging an Induction 4

Motor

Rule 2 - The heat dissipated in the rotor during the

plugging period (initial rated speed to zero speed) is

three times the original kinetic energy of all the

revolving parts

Braking with DC 5

also be brought to a quick

stop by circulating dc

current in the stator

winding

DC Injection Braking

Any two terminals can be

connected to the dc source

Braking with DC 6

the stator

The number of poles created is equal to the number of

poles which the motor develops normally

A 3-phase, 4-pole motor produces 4 dc poles

When the rotor sweeps past the stationary field, an ac

voltage is induced in the rotor bars

Braking with DC 7

rotor l2R losses are dissipated at the expense of the

kinetic energy stored in the revolving parts

The advantage of dc braking is that it produces far less

heat than does plugging

Abnormal Conditions 8

problems (short-circuit in the stator, overheating of the

bearings, etc) or to external conditions

External problems may be caused by any of the

following

Mechanical overload

Supply voltage changes

Single phasing

Frequency changes

Abnormal Conditions 9

satisfactorily on any voltage within 10% of the

nominal voltage, and for any frequency within 5% of

the nominal frequency

Mechanical Overload 10

can develop twice their overheating

rated power for short In practice, the overload

periods causes the thermal

They should not be overload relays in the

allowed to run beyond starter box to trip before

their rated capacity for the temperature gets too

long high

Mechanical Overload 11

Mechanical Overload 12

continuous overload of 15 percent

This overload capacity is shown on the nameplate by the

service factor 1.15

Mechanical Overload 13

carry overloads as much as 125 percent, as long as

supplementary external ventilation is provided

This is not recommended for long periods

Supply Voltage Changes 14

voltage change (T sE2/R)

The torque at any speed is proportional to the square of

the applied voltage

If the stator voltage decreases by 10%, the torque at

every speed will drop by approximately 20%

Supply Voltage Changes 15

due to the heavy starting current drawn from the line

If the line voltage is too high when the motor is

running, the flux per pole will be above normal

This increases both the iron losses and the magnetizing

current and the power factor is reduced

Supply Voltage Changes 16

a serious unbalance of the three line currents

This condition increases the stator and rotor losses,

yielding a higher temperature

Single Phasing 17

a fuse blows while the 3-phase motor is running, the

machine will continue to run as a single-phase motor

The current drawn from the remaining two lines will

almost double, and the motor will begin to overheat

Thermal relays will eventually trip the circuit-breaker

Single Phasing 18

phase motor operates on single phase

Fully loaded 3-phase motor may simply stop if one of

its lines is suddenly opened

The resulting locked-rotor (LR) current is about 90% of

the normal 3-phase LR current

It is therefore large enough to trip the circuit breaker or to

blow the fuses

Single Phasing 19

original value, and it develops no starting torque at all

Curves follow each other closely until the torque

approaches the single-phase breakdown torque

Frequency Changes 20

system, except during a major disturbance

The frequency may vary significantly on isolated

systems where energy is generated by diesel engines

Frequency change will change the motor speed

If the frequency drops by 5%, the motor speed drops by

5% (ns = 120f/p)

Frequency Changes 21

the frequency is 50 Hz may cause problems when they

are connected to a 60 Hz system

Everything runs 20% faster than normal, and this may

not be acceptable in some applications

In such cases we either have to gear down the motor

speed or supply an expensive auxiliary 50 Hz source

Frequency Changes 22

Since Tm = (9.55Pm)/n torque decreases

Terminal voltage should be raised to 6/5 (or 120%) of

the nameplate rating

The new breakdown torque is then equal to the original

breakdown torque and the starting torque is slightly

reduced

Power factor, efficiency, and temperature rise remain

satisfactory

Frequency Changes 23

Since Tm = (9.55Pm)/n torque increases

Terminal voltage should be reduced to 5/6 (or 83%) of

its nameplate value

The breakdown torque and starting torque are then

about the same as before, and the power factor,

efficiency, and temperature rise remain satisfactory

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