Additional power loss in a frequency-controlled induction motor due to voltage higher harmonics
Keywords:frequency-controlled induction motor, additional power loss, rotor tooth zone variation
Problems of calculating additional power loss in a frequency-controlled induction motor AIP 160S4 resulted from voltage higher harmonics are considered. Ways of the loss reduction through changing the rotor tooth zone are suggested.
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