• V. S. Petrushin Оdessa National Polytechnic University, Ukraine
  • Y. R. Plotkin HWR Berlin, Alt Friedrichsfelde 60, 10315 Berlin, Germany, Germany
  • R. N. Yenoktaiev Оdessa National Polytechnic University, Ukraine
  • N. S. Prokopenko Оdessa National Polytechnic University, Ukraine



induction motor, load cyclogram, reducer, transformer, mathematical model, average cyclic criteria, energy indicators, reduced costs


Introduction. The variety of electric drives, the performance characteristics of which correspond to the set requirements of consumers while ensuring reliable and economical operation for a certain time resource, characterizes the variety of circuit solutions, including using matching transformers and reducers. Problem. The use of matching transformers and reducers units significantly changes the performance characteristics of the electric drive. Most articles are devoted to modeling an electric drive without such elements. It is advisable to consider simulations of electric drives using these elements. Methodology. In the models of matching transformers and reducers, the initial data are used, which determine both the functional properties and the mass and size parameters. The latter provide an opportunity to consider the economic aspects of the electric drive. For the correct calculation of the energy balance of the electric drive, the efficiency of the elements under consideration is taken into account. Results. The use of the developed algorithms for modeling the dynamic modes of two induction motors in electric drives operating on a specific load diagram, with the connection of a matching transformer and reducers, is considered. Dependencies of efficiency and power factor of motors have allowed to determine the medium cyclic energy indicators. The mass- size and cost indicators of variants of electric drives were found, which made it possible to calculate the average cyclic reduced costs of electric drives. Practical value. The possibility of choosing the best variant of the drive based on various indicators, including the minimum amount of energy losses per year, is substantiated. 


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How to Cite

Petrushin, V. S., Plotkin, Y. R., Yenoktaiev, R. N., & Prokopenko, N. S. (2019). RESEARCH OF DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF INDUCTION MOTORS IN ELECTRIC DRIVES WITH MATCHING TRANSFORMER AND REDUCER. Electrical Engineering & Electromechanics, (2), 14–20.



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