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A Study for the Magnetic Loading and Electric Loading Ratio of AC Induction Motor for Traction Purpose (AC 견인용 유도전동기의 장하비에 관한 연구)

  • 권중록;박정태;이갑재;이정일;김기찬;이종인;김연달
    • Proceedings of the KSR Conference
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    • pp.674-679
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    • 2000
  • Designing of the squirrel cage AC Traction Motor has many difficulties which has to be small size in order to be suitable into bogie frame, high efficiency and light weight. It means that induction motor for tractive purpose has to be different magnetic and electric loading ratio from industrial induction motor. This paper is devoted to an examination of how this ratio affects overall design concept and hence the main design points for traction motor. Also studied is tile changed coefficients of the magnetic and electric loading ratio squirrel cage induction motor for the traction purpose which has been already identified from tile reference book for industrial purpose induction motor.

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The Evaluation of Medium Voltage Motor's Current and Voltage Harmonics during Loading

  • Alboyaci, Bora;Yorukeren, Nuran
    • Journal of Electrical Engineering and Technology
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    • v.2 no.1
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    • pp.35-41
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    • 2007
  • This paper presents the results of investigating harmonic levels on medium voltage motors at loading conditions in air separation plant. The essential results of the measurements of the medium voltage motor harmonics are summarized in the values for the total harmonic distortion (THD). Motors loading case is used to assess the current and voltage harmonic distortions. Proper system analysis is important when adding a new motor starting and controlling the equipment. With the result of the paper it is possible to suggest the most appropriate starting and control method. Two medium voltage motors of air separation unit measurement results and simulations are summarized. Both current and voltage harmonic distortions are fitted by using a linear and exponential regression model. The prediction of THD values can be used for this kind of process for future planning by utilities.

A Study for the Magnetic and Electric Loading ratio of AC induction Motor for Traction Purpose (AC 견인전동기의 장하비 (裝荷比)에 관한 연구)

  • Kwon, J.L.;Park, J.T.;Lee, K.J.;Lee, J.Y.;Kim, K.C.;Lee, J.I.;Kim, Y.D.
    • Proceedings of the KIEE Conference
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    • pp.702-704
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    • 2000
  • Designing of the squirrel cage AC Traction Motor has many difficulties which has to be small shape in order to be suitable into bogie frame, high efficiency and light weight. It means that induction motor for tractive efforts has to be different magnetic and electric loading ratio from industrial induction motor. This paper is devoted to an examination of how this ratio affects overall design concept and. hence the main design points for traction motor. Also studied is the changed coefficients of the magnetic and electric loading ratio squirrel cage induction motor for the traction purpose, which has been already identified from the referance book for industrial purpose induction motor.

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Study on the Rate-of-Loading by the Differential Pressure of Motor Operated Gate Valves in Opening Stroke (모터구동 게이트밸브의 열림행정시 차압 작용에 의한 부하율 연구)

  • Kim, Bum-Nyun;Hong, Sung-In
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Propulsion Engineers
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    • v.11 no.6
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    • pp.35-41
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    • 2007
  • The rate of loading in motor operated valve(MOV) can be defined as a variation of correlation between the actuator torque and the thrust upon the variation of operating load. This paper contains the analysis of characteristic and the validity of loading rate in the opening stroke of gate type motor operated valve. Also, this paper describes the evaluation result of loading rate for 40 MOVs' opening stroke using newly derived methodology in this study. Author has found a result that loading rate of opening stroke gets a negative value when the differential pressure is higher than 150 psi and this value goes up depending on the amount of the differential pressure.

Computer-based Automated System for Determining the Characteristics, Losses and Efficiency of Separately Excited DC Motors

  • Kaur, Puneet;Chatterji, S.
    • Journal of international Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems
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    • v.1 no.4
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    • pp.440-447
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    • 2012
  • This paper provides essential information on research completed with the aim to develop a 'dc motor test and analysis platform' which can be used to provide dc motor characteristics, calculate losses and efficiency, and also work as a dc motor speed controller. A user can test a given dc motor for these analyses by practicing different conventional methods, but, the concept discussed in this paper, reveals how intelligent integration of all these analyses can be done with a single user friendly automated setup. Integration has been accomplished by a technique that can accommodate all types of dc motors with different ratings at various loading conditions. However, experimentally measured results of a 0.5HP separately excited dc motor using the discussed scheme are presented in the paper. Also, a comparison of the methodology of this system with conventional techniques has also been elaborated on to show the effectiveness of the system.

Development of Load apparatus for Motor (모터 부하시험을 위한 부하인가 장치 개발)

  • Lim, Byung-Ju;Park, Chang-Dae
    • The KSFM Journal of Fluid Machinery
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    • v.12 no.6
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    • pp.26-32
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    • 2009
  • We have constructed loading apparatuses to electrical motor with a powder brake and a oil pump for load test of a several ten kilowatt-motor and performed load test with two motors. On operating the loading apparatus with a oil pump, temperature of the oil may excessively increase and fail to operate due to dynamic energy loss of equipment in oil loop. In order to control the oil temperature, factors of the energy loss were analyzed and the quantitative loss was calculated. Load tests of motors with two loading apparatuses constructed were successfully performed and strengths of each apparatus come out on operating.

Effect of Differential Pressure on the Performance of Motor Operated Flexible Wedge Gate Valve (차압이 모터구동 Flexible Wedge형 게이트밸브의 성능에 미치는 영향)

  • Kim, Dae-Woong;Yoo, Seong-Yeon
    • Transactions of the Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers B
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    • v.31 no.2
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    • pp.151-158
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    • 2007
  • The mechanism of power transmission from motor torque to stem thrust and the operation characteristic of each stroke position are analyzed using the diagnostic signal, and effects of differential pressure on the performance of motor operated flexible wedge gate valve are investigated. Test facility consists of 76 mm motor operated valve(flexible wedge type), pump and pipe system. Static and dynamic test are performed separately, and two differential pressure conditions are applied in the dynamic test. To evaluate the performance of valve, test signals for the torque, thrust, current, voltage and stroke length are acquired by using UDS which is diagnosis device for motor operated valve, and each diagnostic signal is analyzed and compared. The characteristic of valve performance factors such as stem factor, rate of loading, valve factor, are evaluated, and these factors are found to be severely influenced by the fluid differential pressure.

Study on the Rate-of-Loading by the Differential Pressure of Motor Operated Gate Valves in Opening Stroke (모터구동 게이트밸브 열림행정시 차압 작용에 의한 부하율 연구)

  • Kim, Dae Woong;Park, Sung Ken;Jeoung, Rae Hyuck;Lee, Do Hwan;Hong, Sung Yull
    • 유체기계공업학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.166-171
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    • 2004
  • The Rate-of-Loading(ROL) effect of motor operated gate valves causes a decrease in the thrust delivered at a specific torque by the actuator under dynamic flow ${\Delta}$P conditions as compared to the no-flow, static conditions. This effect needs to be studied for the quantitative evaluation of motor operated gate valve operability. This study is performed to verify the validity for the application of ROL in the evaluation of operability of motor operated gate valves for the opening stroke. The ROL is assessed on the basis of in-situ test data for the opening and closing strokes. The results show that the distribution of the ROL for the operling sake has a tendency to the negative value when DP is higher than 150psid.

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Anuran Metamorphosis: a Model for Gravitational Study on Motor Development

  • Jae Seung;Jin Cheul;In-Ho;Park, In-Ho
    • Animal cells and systems
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    • v.4 no.3
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    • pp.223-229
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    • 2000
  • Limbs and supporting structures of an organism experience a full weight of its own when it lands from water, because neutral buoyancy in the aquatic habitat will be no longer available in the terrestrial world. Metamorphosis of anuran amphibians presents 8 good research model to examine how this transition from non-loading to weight-loading affects development of motor capacity at the time of their first emergence on land. Our video analysis of the transitional anurans, Rana catesbeiana, at Gosner stage 46 (the stage of complete transformation) demonstrated that the take-off speed increased 1.23-fold after the first six hours of weight-loading on the wet ground. It did not increase further during the following three days of loading, and was close to the level of mature frogs with different body mass. During development of larvae in deep water with no chance of landing through metamorphosis, both tension and power of a hindlimb anti-gravity muscle increased 5-fold between stages 37 and n. However, the muscle contractility increased more rapidly when the larvas could access the wet ground by their natural landing behavior after stages 41-42. Muscle power, one of major factors affecting locomotory speed, was 1.29-fold greater in the loaded than in the non-loaded larvae at the transitional stage. Thus, weight-loading had a potentially significant effect on the elevation of motor capacity, with a similar extent of increment in locomotory speed and muscle power during the last stages of metamorphosis. Such a motor adjustment of the froglets in a relatively short transitional period would be important for effective ecological interactions and survival in their inexperienced terrestrial life.

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Shape Design of Switched Reluctance Motor for 10kW type Pallect Truck (10KW급 지게차량용 스위치드 릴럭턴스 전동기의 형상 설계)

  • Lee, Jin-Woo;Woo, Kyung-Il;Kim, Hong-Seok;Kwon, Byung-Il
    • Proceedings of the KIEE Conference
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    • pp.55-57
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    • 2002
  • In industry, A pallet truck is drived mainly by d.c motor, because it use to battery for input power. However, d.c motor has a brush, this is the disadvantage of the d.c motor for a pallet truck. Though a brushless d.c motor has a permanent magnet, it is for low torque. Switched reluctance motors(SRM) have the advantage a high torque/weight ratio, as the large reluctance torque is made by salient poles of both start and rotor, and a high reliability, this paper design the shape of the switched reluctance motor that will replace a d.c motor for A pallet truck. First of all, designed parameter of SRM, outer diameter, diameter of rotor and stock length, from the outputr equation considering electric loading and magnetic loading. Next, design diameter of stator and rotor, depth of slot pole width, air gap as inner size of motor. The design of SRM certify the torque, the efficiency and the output power by a simulation.

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