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FEM Optimal Design of Energy Efficient Induction Machines

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Author keywords
energy efficiency, induction machines, FEM

References keywords
standard(4), machines(4), electric(4), efficiency(4)
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About this article
Date of Publication: 2009-06-02
Volume 9, Issue 2, Year 2009, On page(s): 58 - 64
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2009.02009
Web of Science Accession Number: 000268723600009
SCOPUS ID: 70349177888

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This paper deals with a comparative numerical analysis of performances of several design solutions of induction machines with improved energy efficiency. Starting from a typical cast aluminum cage induction machine this study highlights the benefit of replacing the classical cast aluminum cage with a cast copper cage in the manufacture of future generation of high efficiency induction machines used as motors or generators. Then the advantage of replacement of standard electrical steel with higher grade steel with smaller losses is pointed out. The numerical analysis carried out in the paper is based on 2D plane-parallel finite element approach of the induction machine, the numerical results being discussed and compared with experimental measurements.


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[1] T. Tudorache, L., Melcescu, S. Paturca: "Finite Element Analysis of Self-Excited Induction Generator for Isolated Small Power Wind Turbines", ICCEP Conference 2007, Capri, Italy, June 2007
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[2] CEI 60034-30 Standard: "Rotating electrical machines - Part 30: Efficiency classes of single-speed, three-phase, cage-induction motors (IE-code)", Edition 1.0 2008.

[3] C.U. Brunner: "International Standards for Electric Motors", Standards for Energy Efficiency of Electric Motor Systems (SEEEM), pp. 6-10, November 2007.

[4] V.M. Stanciu, M. Cistelecan, V. Nitigus, M. Popescu: "Politics for the use of electric machines with high electric efficiency", Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Automation Journal, vol. 53, no. 3, 2005, Bucharest, Romania.

[5] J. L. Kirtley: Designing Squirrel Cage Rotor Slots with High Conductivity, Proc. of ICEM'04 Conference, Sept. 2004.

[6] R. Kimmich, M. Doppelbauer, J.L. Kirtley, D.T. Peters, J.G. Cowie, E.F. Brush: "Performance characteristics of drive motors optimized for die-cast copper cages", 4th International Conference EEMODS 2005, Heidelberg, Germany, Sept. 2005.

[7] D.H. Koo, P.W. Han, Y.D. Chun: "Design of Copper Rotor Induction Motor and Economical Comparison With Aluminum", Paper 247, ISEF-2007, Prague, Czech Republic, Sept, 2007.

[8] EN 10106: 1995 - 12 Standard: "Cold rolled non - oriented electrical steel sheet and strip delivered in fully processed state", 1995.

[9] CEDRAT: "Flux User's Guide"

[10] I. Cioc, C. Nica: "Design of Electrical Machines" (in Romanian), EDP, Bucharest, 1994.

[11] CEI 60034-2-1 Standard: "Rotating electrical machines-Part 2-1. Standard methods for determining losses and efficiency from tests", Edition 1.0 2007

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