Volume 39, Number 5, October 2021
|Page(s)||1114 - 1121|
|Published online||14 December 2021|
Electromagnetic design method of linear induction motor considering lateral end effect
College of Electrical and Power Engineering, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan 030024, China
2 Yicheng Power Supply Company of State Grid, Yicheng 043500, China
3 CRRC Yongji Electric Motor Co. Ltd, Xi'an 710000, China
Due to the complex end effect, it is difficult for the linear induction motor to design and analyze with the "road" calculation and two-dimensional field calculation. Considering the end effect, skin effect and secondary leakage reactance of the eddy current of the secondary induction plate, a linear induction motor electromagnetic design and calculation program was programmed via VB language. A two-dimensional finite element analysis method was proposed to approximate the lateral end effect on linear induction motor performance by multiplying the two lateral end effect coefficients into secondary induction plate resistivity and air-gap relative permeability. The accuracy for both calculation of end effect coefficients by "road" calculated program and considering lateral end effect in two-dimensional finite element analysis was validated by using the experiment and three-dimensional full model finite element, respectively. This work proposes the calculation method of the lateral end effect, which is faster and more accurate for the electromagnetic design as well as the finite element simulation of linear induction motor.
Key words: linear induction motor / lateral end effect / correction factor / finite element analysis
关键字 : 直线感应电机 / 横向端部效应 / 修正系数 / 有限元分析
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