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Performance Analysis of Three Phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor with Deep Rotor Bars in Transient Behavior

DOI: 10.5923/j.eee.20120202.03

Keywords: Induction Motor, State Equations, Transient Behavior, Deep Rotor Bars

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The rotor parameters, the resistance and the leakage inductance, vary with the currents frequency of rotor bars due to skin effect, and for small frequencies can be negligible (under 10 15 Hz); but for higher frequencies this variation of the parameters cannot be negligible. In this paper, for higher frequencies some analytic expressions are proposed, that result from the skin effect theory, for the rotor resistance and for the leakage inductance. The simulations were done by SYMNAP – SYmbolic Modified Nodal Analysis Program, a program that can determine, in a full-symbolic form the voltages and the currents for the equivalent scheme for one phase of the asynchronous motor. Symbolic expressions for the characteristics quantities of the general regime of the induction motor allow graphic representation for different parameters. These analytic expressions allows a more accurate analysis of asynchronous motor performance for different drive systems. To simulate the dynamic (transient) behavior of the induction motor, Park-Blondel equations have been used; these equations have a nonlinear form due to both their structure and frequency variation of the rotor parameters. The integration of these equations is performed with the help of the integration routines for ordinary differential equations in Matlab programming environment. It was found that the nominal values of the quantities that characterize the induction motor operation, obtained by simulation, practically coincide with the values from the catalogue.


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