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Note on air-gap and interpolar induction
F. W. Carter
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A small air-gap needs precision machining, which becomes prohibitively expensive for very small gaps. There's an optimum size of gap for any size and target market of motor that minimises the total magnet and machining costs. Note that although this is saying the same sort of thing as Hearth's answer, it comes from a different direction. The air gap field solution of the machine, which is the basis for calculating the global parameters such as torque, losses, and efficiency, is obtained through a conformal mapping procedure. The saturation effect is not included in the calculation based on the assumption that the iron is .
For induction motors, the typical procedure is measure at 5 locations 90 degrees apart, on both ends, using long feeler gages. Then rotate rotor by 90 degrees and repeat. Also, for salient poles, you have to make sure that you are measuring the air-gap at the center of the pole, where it is minimum. No need to turn the rotor unless you're. the induction motor can be defined as rotates with the rotor. The equation an MMF wave in the conductors, giv- given in Fig. 2 however, reveals that ing rise to a flux wave in the air-gap. the force unbalance is obtained from a By likening conductors on either side multiplication of the MMF unbalance.
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Note on air-gap and interpolar induction Published in: Journal of the Institution of Electrical Engineers (Volume: 29, Issue:July ) Article #: Page(s): - Date of Publication: July INSPEC Accession Number: Persistent Link: https Cited by: The paper discusses the air gap field distribution of an induction machine operating under special conditions.
It focuses mainly on effects of machine's load and its rotor eccentricity on volume. Carter, F.W., "Note on Air-gap and Interpolar Induction," J.
Improved Analytical Model of an Outer Rotor Surface Permanent Magnet Machine for Efficiency Calculation with Thermal Effect The presence of a superficial haematoma within the subcutaneous tissues and slightly reduced perfusion within the interpolar region was reported; otherwise.
Therefore the value of air gap flux reduces. This in turn reduces EMF induced in the rotor bars, rotor current and torque. Apart from this, longer air gap length will also cause to have poor power factor and hence associated losses will also increase.
In fact, power factor is inversely proportional to the air gap length for Induction Machine. A new type of reluctance machine is described in which, briefly, the radial poles of a conventional machine are replaced by circumferential segments.
Working from the flux distribution in the air gap, general equations for the synchronous performance of reluctance machines are developed. These are used in a comparison of the new and conventional machines, and it is shown that the new machine Cited by: The problem which an air gap solves in a core is the excessive flux produced by a high level of current in the windings.
Transferring the previous analogy, suppose that your windings produce an MMF of 12 ampere turns and that your magnetic core (your 'load') has a reluctance of two ampere-turns per weber.
However, a flux of six webers is too. Note on air-gap and interpolar induction. Journal IEE ; – 6. Faiz J, Finch JW. Effect of slot depth on the permeance of aligned teeth in a doubly-salient rectilinear toothed.
If the air gap of an induction motor is increased, the following will happen: * The permeability of the magnetic circuit rotor-to-stator will decrease. * The magnetizing inductance of he motor thus decreases. * The magnetizing current will increas. The aim of the research work describe in this paper was to design and optimize a permanent magnet linear generator for renewable energy power plants.
It is cover of first stage of designing stator and rotor permanent magnet linear generator. Stator design involves determining dimensions, number of slots, diameter of wire, and the number of winding in each slot. The theory of a permanent-magnet d.c. machine that has an axial field and a disc-shaped armature is discussed.
Consideration is given to the effect that the distribution of magnetic field inthe airgap will have on the generation of e.m.f.
The machine parameters in the angular and radialdirections are related to this distribution, so that a pole shape may be chosen that maximises the output power. an air-gap area. It must be mentioned that F FR depends on wide range of parameters as: shape of magnetic cross-section, length of air-gap, ratio of cross-section dimensions permeability of a magnetic core and air-gap.
In addition term “air-gap” is a commonly used term of slot inside a magnetic core, however this slot can be filled by. Magnetic Circuit. When a magnetic flux is circulated or follow through a closed area or path, is called the magnetic circuit or when a magnetic field circulates in a closed path represented as lines of magnetic flux in a confined area is called Magnetic magnetic circuit forms with permanent magnets or electromagnets and confined to the path by magnetic cores consisting of.
Otto Cycle engines with injection systems are equipped with one or more EFIs mounted at the intake manifold"Note On Air-Gap And Interpolar Induction".
Journal of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London, v. 29, p 2nd. London, Newness Book, pp. 1// Induction Motor works on the principle of electromagnetic three phase input power supplied to stator terminal is converted into mechanical power at the shaft output.
This conversion of energy takes place through magnetic coupling between stator produced rotating magnetic flux and rotor bars. The power transfer from stator to rotor takes place through the air gap. Air gap is one of main concern for designing of any type of electrical ent operation of electromagnetic devices requires that the magnetic circuit contain materials (such as iron) offering low resistance to the passage of magnetic flux.
Depending on application, air gap may be filled with a non-magnetic material such as gas, water, vacuum, plastic, wood etc. and not necessarily just with air.
3) 4) An air gap is a practically unavoidable part of any magnetic circuit in which there is a relative movement between different parts (e.g. in motors, generators, relays, etc). Due to increased reluctance of an air gap the flux.
In case the air gap in an induction motor is increased a) The magnetizing current of the rotor will decrease b) The power factor will decrease c) Speed of motor. Air gap evaluation with the MCE is accomplished utilizing the Rotor Influence Check (RIC) test.
The RIC is a graphical representation of the magnetic coupling between the rotor and the stator. The RIC test will be most successfully applied in troubleshooting and determining a course of action if pre-existing RIC data is available. Q.4 (a) List out factors affecting determining air gap length in induction motor design & Explain any one.
03 (b) Explain main differences between design of 1-phase and 3-phase induction motor. 04 (c) Write a brief note on stator design of 1-phase induction motor 07 OR.
INDUCTION MOTOR THEORY Jerry Bednarczyk, PE Course Content INTRODUCTION The AC induction motor is well suited to applications requiring constant speed operation. In general, the induction motor is cheaper and easier to maintain compared to other alternatives.
The induction motor is made up of the stator, or stationary windings, and the rotor. The. Presented by Chuck Yung EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist The physical air gap between the rotor or armature and the stator or field frame is complex and plays a critical role in the performance of AC and DC machines.
Most repairers do not realize how little they understand about this subject. This webinar will explain the role air gap plays in AC motor performance, how to recognize the.- Chapter 3 - DC Machines (Part - 1) - Notes, Electrical Machines, Electrical Engineering | EduRev Notes is made by best teachers of Electrical Engineering (EE).
This document is highly rated by Electrical Engineering (EE) students and has been viewed times. In induction motors, where the air-gap is usually quite small, it is necessary to correct the air-gap permeance for the effect of slot openings.
These make the permeance of the air-gap slightly smaller than calculated from the physical gap, effectively .