Estimation of Transient Voltages in Induction Motors Fed by VFDs for Different Cable Lengths
V. Raghu Ram Prasad, v kamaraju, G Madhusudhan Rao
3-phase induction motor, VFD, Cable Length, Transient Voltage, Converter circuits, Soft switching loss.
this paper aims to measure the transient voltages at a 3-Phase induction motor fed by VFD for different lengths. Most industries use 3-phase induction motors to drive the mechanical load. But in actual practice, the mechanical load starts with some load according to the situation. The paper focuses on using 3-phase induction motors in various industrial applications. It highlights the importance of VFDs in these applications due to their energy-saving features, compact size, and soft-switching capabilities. This paper aims to contribute valuable insights into the behavior of transient voltages in VFD-driven 3-phase induction motor systems, mainly related to cable length variations, which can be essential for ensuring the reliability and performance of industrial machinery. Bering currents are flowing through the this, the aim is to find the transient voltages for various lengths of 5-H.P fed by 1.5 mm 3- Phase 4-wire.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4

Page(s): 406 - 410
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