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Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Estimation of induction motor parameters based on field test coupled with genetic algorithm Abstract: This paper proposed a technique for estimating the parameters of three-phase induction motor in order to conduct on-site energy audits of existing motors, which are then used to project a cost savings.
This proposed technique uses only a few sets of data voltage, current, speed, power factor or torque if possible from the field test of motor on-site , instead of the no-load and blocked rotor tests, coupled with the genetic algorithm for evaluating the equivalent circuit parameters. This technique could be suitable for the general purpose drive applications when the motor cannot operate at no-load since its shaft is permanently connected to its load.
To illustrate how well the performances of the estimated model matches that of the actual motor obtained from load test, the results of 3 HP and 5 HP induction motors will be presented and compared. Published in: Proceedings. International Conference on Power System Technology.
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Aim: - To draw the Circle diagram of a 3-Phase Induction motor. Apparatus: S. Theory: The locus of the stator current of an induction motor is a circle under certain reasonably valid assumptions. This locus may be dawn using the test data obtained from the no-load and blocked-rotor test and the value of stator resistance. The current drawn No-Load current will have two components, the active component and the magnetizing components, the former being very small as the no-load losses are small. The power factor at no load is, therefore, very low.
A.C. Motor 2/3 H.P. 3 Phase V RPM with Drum Brake Loading Arrangement (Mechanical. Loading). THEORY: NO-LOAD TEST: Objectives: To.
Report Download. No-Load Test Balanced voltages are applied to the stator terminals at the rated frequency with the rotor uncoupled from any mechanical load. Current, voltage and power are measured at the motor input. The losses in the no-load test are those due to core losses, winding losses, windage and friction. The rotor is blocked to prevent rotation and balanced voltages are applied to the stator terminals at a frequency of 25 percent of the rated frequency at a voltage where the rated current is achieved. In addition to these tests, the DC resistance of the stator winding should be measured in order to determine the complete equivalent circuit.
The efficiency of small motors can be determined by directly loading them and by measuring the input and output powers.
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