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Technology Trends to High Efficiency Motors : Focused on Induction Motor
Jang, Kibong;
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 Abstract
Minimum Energy Performance Standard(MEPS) has been adapted in Korea since 2008. For at least 37 kW, IE3 efficiency class motors are now mandatory in Korea. IE4 level regulation is expected in a few years. Foreign companies are already selling IE4 class motors in the market, and the discussions on IE5 have already started. The efficiency standard of variable speed motors is scheduled for publication shortly. Recently, discussions are now beginning to prepare for IE5 in Korea. In this paper, author reviews the policies associated with a high efficent electric motors by reference to both domestic and international standards, and reviews the research direction to prepare for IE5.
 Keywords
MEPS;Premieum;Super premieum;IE4;IE5;Effeciency;Induction motor;
 Language
Korean
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