Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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R.Sandeep Guptha, P.Odelu Yadav,3J.Venu Madhav
Induction motors with a single phase are extensively used in several applications. Enhancements in its functionality result in significant reductions in the use of electrical power. An example of this kind of improvement is a variable frequency motor supplied by a cycloconverter. In this sense, the research analyses the split phase induction motor's performance and speed control when it is supplied using a cycloconverter. There are provided dynamic models and a study of the motor behaviour in both transient and steady state phases. A cycloconverter-based speed controller is suggested. In the gazing condition, the regulated motor performed better. A cycloconverter is a device that, without the need for a direct current (DC) stage in between, transforms AC power at one frequency into AC power at a variable but lower frequency. It comprises silicon-controlled rectifiers and is also referred to as a static frequency changer. The circuit is implemented using Simulink Tool Box and Simpower System, and the entire circuit is modelled and simulated using MATLAB2012A software. The circuit is simulated under a power graphical user interface, and it is modelled and simulated to obtain the necessary characteristics.
Induction motors with a single phase are extensively used in several applications.
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