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2014-01-25
Non-Segmented Grain Oriented Steel in Induction Machines
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 47, 1-10, 2014
Abstract
This paper presents a technical which improves energy efficiency of AC rotating machines by using Grain Oriented (GO) steel at stator core instead of Non Oriented (NO) steel. The losses of GO steel are less important only if the magnetic flux circulates along the rolling direction; consequently it is rarely used in AC machines where the magnetic flux rotates. By stacking many shifted GO laminations of AC machine stator, the flux pass from one lamination to another, and the core losses are reduced. A lot of experimentations have been done with unidirectional field, rotating field and with real induction machines. They show important improvements with GO shifted steel. The efficiency difference between a classical 10kW induction machine and a modified machine with GO stator is more than 2 points. Moreover, the no-load current and so the reactive power are smaller. This technical creates environmental and financial gains.
Citation
Bertrand Cassoret Samuel Lopez Jean-Francois Brudny Thierry Belgrand , "Non-Segmented Grain Oriented Steel in Induction Machines," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 47, 1-10, 2014.
doi:10.2528/PIERC13112007
http://www.jpier.org/PIERC/pier.php?paper=13112007
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