INVESTIGATION OF THE HEATING PROCESSES AND TEMPERATURE FIELD OF THE FREQUENCY-CONTROLLED ASYNCHRONOUS ENGINE BASED ON MATHEMATICAL MODELS

Denis Zubenko, Alexander Petrenko, Sergii Dulfan

Abstract


The study of the temperature field of the engine for non-stationary modes is done. A numerical simulation of a non-stationary thermal process using dynamic EHD, the characteristic of the rate of rise of temperatures is done. An increase in the temperature of individual parts in the idle interval, when the power of heat release is significantly reduced, is established, and the reverse of the heat flow through the air gap is established. It is shown that the EHD method, in contrast to the FEM, is self-sufficient, which determines its practical value. In various parts of the speed control range in the implementation of various laws of regulation. At the same time, the main electrical, magnetic and additional losses associated with the fundamental voltage harmonics (FVH), and mechanical losses, as well as additional electrical and magnetic losses associated with the higher voltage harmonics, change. When using serial asynchronous engines as frequency-controlled. Permissible under the conditions of heating power is significantly reduced by the power of serial engines. Depending on the synchronous speed, the reduction is from 10 % to 20 %. Given the additional overheating due to higher voltage harmonics, as well as the deterioration of the cooling conditions when adjusting the rotational speed "down" from the nominal, it seems very relevant.


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thermal control of an electric engine; equivalent e circuits of temperature processes in an electric engine

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21303/2461-4262.2019.00960

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