CHARACTERISTICS OF A 4-PHASE VALVE RELUCTANCE MOTOR WHEN POWERED BY UNCAPACITOR SWITCHBOARD
Keywords:valve reluctance motor, switchboard, flux linkage of phases, rotor angle of rotation, motor power
AbstractPurpose. Nowadays more and more in a variety of machines and mechanisms applied switched reluctance motor. When designing these engines solve the problem selection switch. While the switch scheme comprises symmetrical bridge and eight transistors, eight diodes; Miller switch comprises six transistors and six diodes; in company Graseby Controls Ltd switch circuit but four transistors and four diodes includes two capacitors. The aim is to develop a mathematical model, calculation program, a numerical analysis of the characteristics and parameters of the WFD and the characteristics of their work. Methodology. It is assumed that the resistance in the open state transistors and diodes for direct current is zero and the resistance of the transistors in the closed state, and diode reverse voltage is infinity. When feeding a single-phase motor and power at the same time two adjacent phases determined by the flow through the tooth. Results. The motor powered by a switch on the circuit symmetrical bridge power, which provides a maximum permissible winding temperature is 1.665 kW. But at the same time the surge up to 38.8%, resulting in high levels of noise and vibration. Through the installation of switching angles, ensuring reduction of torque ripple and reduce engine power to a level below which there is a decrease in the value of torque ripple, received power of 1,066 kW and a torque ripple value of 21.18 %. For engines with improved vibration acoustic characteristics necessary to use a switch of four transistors and four diodes. Practical value. For motors with improved vibration acoustic characteristics appropriate to apply uncapacitor switch on four transistors and four diodes, which allows you to receive half the value of torque ripple than the lowest value of the motor torque ripple, eating from a switch on the circuit asymmetric bridge. The cost of reluctance motor with uncapacitor switch on the circuit with four transistors and four diodes is more than two times less than the motor with the switch on the circuit asymmetric bridge.
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