:: Volume 12, Issue 3 (Autumn 2009) ::
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Design and Implementation of a Prototype Switched Reluctance Motor for Domestic Water Coolers to Increasing Efficiency and Decreasing Energy Consuming
M Bahramgiri *, R Effatnejad, M Babaei
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After the economic development of the country, the demand of electrical energy is increasing. Nowadays, industrial communities are interested in replacement induction motors with new motors like Switched reluctance motors and permanent magnet motors. Induction motors consume a large amount of energy and have low efficiency. Switched reluctance motors are belong to reluctance motor. The main specifications of these motors are: motor efficiency is more than the other types and its structure is simple so that it has windings just in stator. Domestic water coolers are one of the most common appliance in the home and consume a lot of energy. Replacement of induction motors with SR motors result in decreasing energy consumption and convenient control. In new design, rate of cooling can be adjusted continuously by tuning the value of motor speed.
Keywords: Switched Reluctance Motor, Magnetic Flux Tubes Method, Finite Element Method, Optimize
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Energy Planning Models
Received: 2011/11/23 | Published: 2009/10/15


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