induction machine

induction machine

[in′dək·shən mə‚shēn]
(electricity)
An asynchronous alternating-current machine, such as an induction motor or induction generator, in which the windings of two electric circuits rotate with respect to each other and power is transferred from one circuit to the other by electromagnetic induction.
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Singh, "Experimental investigations on induction machine condition monitoring and fault diagnosis using digital signal processing techniques", Electric Power Systems Research, vol.
Lipo, "Space vector PWM control of dual three-phase induction machine using vector space decomposition," IEEE Trans.
The best known multiphase machine is probably the dual stator-winding induction machine whose two stars are identical and share the same stator and are phase shifted by an angle of 30[degrees].
Advances in Fuzzy Systems has retracted the article titled "Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Controller of a Doubly Fed Induction Machine" [1].
Under the modern conditions there is a necessity for development of heat models for the analysis of IG operation [2], During the choice of the heat model it is necessary to take into account the conditions of the induction machine operation [3-5], The analysis of literature [1,2] revealed that the thermal processes in IG are essentially influenced by steel losses.
For this induction machine is referred as an electromechanical energy conversion device which converts electrical energy into mechanical energy [1].
The induction machine has two CU6206RZ type bearings (single row and deep groove ball bearings) with a width of w = 16 mm, an outside diameter of D = 62 mm, an inside diameter of d = 30 mm, and a pitch diameter of [D.sub.c] = 46.0 mm.
Realization of a "3 & 6 phase" induction machine, in XXth International Conference on Electrical Machines, ICEM 2012, 2-6 September 2012, 447-453.
An induction machine's squirrel cage rotor is able to adopt the stator pole number and hence, several electrical machines can be created virtually.