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Strategies to improve the performance of three-phase induction motor driven systems

Ferreira, Fernando José Teixeira Estêvão;
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  • Published: 21 Jan 2009
  • Country: Portugal
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Tese de doutoramento em Engenharia Electrotécnica (Sistemas de Energia) apresentada à Fac. de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade de Coimbra Electric motor driven systems (EMODS) account for over 40% of global electrical energy demand, i.e., 7400 TWh per year, and for about 70% of the demand for industrial electrical energy, being by far the most important electrical load. Furthermore, EMODS offer today large efficiency improvement potential, on average within 20% to 30%. If the energy saving potential associated with EMODS becomes effective, the consumption of a huge amount of fossil fuels can be avoided. The greenhouse gas emissions can significantly be redu...
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In 2000, the EU-15 electricity use in Industry was about 80, 100, 212 and 222 TWh/yr for B. Deduction of Equations (A4.8), (A4.9), and (A4.10) Equation (A4.8) is obtained as follows. Assuming (1), (2) and (3), one can write (4).

Fig. 20. Common-mode voltage (summation of phase-to-ground voltages divided by 3), (CDC = 25000 μF; f1 = 40 Hz; ma = 0.95).

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