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Voltage relations and losses in small universal motors

Albert Frederick Puchstein

Voltage relations and losses in small universal motors

by Albert Frederick Puchstein

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Published by The Ohio State University in Columbus .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric motors.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 27-28.

    Statementby A. F. Puchstein and Ivor S. Campbell.
    SeriesThe Ohio State University, the Engineering Experiment Station. Bulletin, no. 58. January, 1931, Ohio State University studies. Engineering series. Bulletin, no. 58, Bulletin (Ohio State University. Engineering Experiment Station : 1921) ;, no. 58.
    ContributionsCampbell, Ivor St. Clair, 1895- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK2514 .P83
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6764659M
    LC Control Number31027714
    OCLC/WorldCa6112605

      Universal motor 1. Universal Motor Presented By: Swapna Bade 2. Introduction A universal motor is a special type of motor which is designed to run on either DC or single phase AC supply. These motors are generally series wound (armature and field winding are in series), and hence produce high starting torque. That is why, universal motors generally comes built into the device . E. E. “Universal Type Motors” Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., Springfieldl Mass.- Presented at the Regional Meeti,ng of the A. I. E. E., Swarmp- scott, Mass., May , [4] Rex Miller and Mark Richard Miller “Small Electric Motors” 2nd Edition Wiley-dreamtech India Pvt. Ltd.

    Universal motors Compound motors Pole-changing motors Voltage control of high-resistance cage motors Like its predecessors, the third edition of this book is intended primarily for non-specialist users and students of electric motors and drives.   * A universal motor is built like a series d.c. motor with the difference that both its stator and armature are laminated. A universal motor is defined as a motor which can be operated on both a.c. supply and d.c. supply at approximately the same.

    voltage in-plant distribution systems are subject to the same NEC maximum voltage drop of 3%, these systems are usually held to well under 1%. The medium voltage can be transformed down near the points of use, or the equipment can be driven by medium-voltage motors. Standard medium-voltage motors are available as small as horsepower. DC motors. One of the first electromagnetic rotary motors, if not the first, was invented by Michael Faraday in , and consisted of a free-hanging wire dipping into a pool of mercury.A permanent magnet was placed in the middle of the pool. When a current was passed through the wire, the wire rotated around the magnet, showing that the current gave rise to a circular magnetic field around.


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Voltage relations and losses in small universal motors by Albert Frederick Puchstein Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Voltage relations and losses in small universal motors. [A F Puchstein; Ivor St Clair Campbell]. The universal motor is a type of electric motor that can operate on either AC or DC power and uses an electromagnet as its stator to create its magnetic field.

It is a commutated series-wound motor where the stator's field coils are connected in series with the rotor windings through a is often referred to as an AC series motor. The universal motor is very similar to a DC.

dc motor [8,9] in small There are several analysis criteria involved in the operation of the universal motor A multiobjective optimal design of a low-voltage high-speed brushless DC motor.

Universal Motor The motors which can be used with a single phase AC source as well as a DC source of supply and voltages are called as Universal is also known as Single Phase Series Motor.A universal motor is a commutation type motor.

If the polarity of the line terminals of a DC Series Motor is reversed, the motor will continue to run in the same direction. Abstract.

The following areas of induction motors – rotating field, slip and torque are covered: production of rotating magnetic field, pole-number and synchronous speed; development of sinusoidal m.m.f. from single-coil, 1-phase to 3-phase two-layer short-pitched distributed winding; main, air-gap and leakage flux and magnitude of rotating flux wave; magnetizing current and importance of.

The Universal Motor block represents the electrical and torque characteristics of a universal (or series) motor using the following equivalent circuit model. Use the thermal ports to simulate the effects of copper resistance losses that convert electrical power to heat.

RMS supply voltage when the motor operates on AC power. Motor that can be used with a single-phase ac source as well as a dc source of supply voltages are called universal motor. However, a series motor which is specifically designed for dc operation suffers from the following drawbacks when it is used on single-phase ac supply: 1.

Its efficiency is low due to hysteresis and eddy-current losses. The iron loss is voltage dependent and so will reduce with reducing voltage. For a motor with a 90% full load efficiency, the copper loss and iron loss are of the same order of magnitude, with the iron loss typically amounting to 25 - 40% of the total losses in the motor at full load.

Speed control of small universal motors is straightforward using a triac (in effect a pair of thyristors connected back to back) in series with the a.c. supply. By varying the firing angle, and hence the proportion of each cycle for which the triac conducts, the voltage applied to the motor can be varied to provide speed control.

The speed control of DC motor is done through variable resistor R. If the variable resistor R sets at higher value, the charging rate of capacitor decreases and firing angle increases. This will result in speed of universal motor decreases.

There are others several method to control speed of universal motor. The ac-operated universal motor is common in the home and workplace. It is appropriate for small appliances and tools that require comparatively high power.

Examples include portable hand tools, blenders, vacuum cleaners and sewing machines. The universal motor may be recognized by its distinctive whirring sound when running.

A DC motor's speed can be controlled over a wide range, using either a variable supply voltage or by changing the strength of current in its field windings.

Small DC motors are used in tools, toys, and appliances. The universal motor can operate on direct current but is a lightweight brushed motor used for portable power tools and appliances.

A universal motor is a special type of motor which is designed to run on either DC or single phase AC supply. These motors are generally series wound (armature and field winding are in series), and hence produce high starting torque (See characteristics of DC motors here).

That is why, universal motors generally comes built into the device they are meant to drive. Voltage Equation of Motors Let in a d.c. motor V = applied voltage Eb= back e.m.f. Speed Relations Problem A V dc shunt motor runs at rpm when / 13 Losses and Efficiency of a DC Motor The efficiency of a d.c.

motor is the ratio of output power to the input power Losses in DC Motor: 1) Copper Loss 2) Iron Loss 3) Mechanical Loss. Universal motors rated as “small” generally deliver to hp. Other universal motors deliver to hp at a rated speed of rpm or greater.

Although a universal motor performs nearly as well as on ac power as on dc, there are some important differences. Increase in Motor Heating and Losses vs. Voltage Unbalance 0 50 0 2 4 6 8 10 Voltage Unbalance % Increase % Motor Heating Motor Losses.

8 situation more severe for all the motors, both large and small. The first step in testing for unbalanced voltages is to measure line-to-line voltages at the machine terminals. Also, measure the. In other words, a 10 percent voltage drop reduces the motor life by half.

Because of the natural voltage loss, or sag, that occurs during transmission, undervoltage occurs more often than overvoltage. Therefore, it is important to use the international standards that already take voltage losses into account to specify and design electric motors.

The generated phase voltage will decrease further if the load on the large motor increases, thus worsening the situation for all the motors, both large and small. Testing for Unbalanced Voltages The first step in testing for unbalanced voltages is to measure line-to-line voltages at the motor terminals, following all applicable safety precautions.

Motor construction • the eddy current losses are:: volume electrical resistivity (ohm / m): lamination volume: peak AC flux density (T): thickness of the lamonations (m): electrical frequency of the motor (Hz) 6 3 2 2 2 2 eddy ρ τ ρ π τ V Β f f ΒV P P = P.

Universal AC/DC motors can operate on AC or DC power and are capable of at running at extremely high speeds with high starting torque. They are lightweight, compact, and powerful. Because they can work at high rpm, they are commonly used in portable power tools, such as drills, sanders, routers, circular and jig saws.

Therefore the universal motor is also known as an AC series motor or an AC commutator motor. The universal motor can be controlled either as a phase-angle drive. In this application, we used the phase-angle control technique to control the voltage given to the motor.

A phase shift of the gates pulses allows the effective voltage, seen by the.The higher the voltage, the higher the torque. The voltage rating of a DC motor indicates the most efficient voltage while running. Be sure to apply the recommended voltage.

If you apply too few volts, the motor will not work, whereas too many volts can short windings resulting in power loss .The term "medium voltage" is commonly used for distribution systems with voltages above 1 kV and generally applied up to and including 52 kV(1). For technical and economic reasons, the service voltage of medium voltage distribution networks rarely exceeds 36 kV.

The connection of an electrical installation to a MV utility distribution network.