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Performance Analysis of the Linear Induction Motor for the Deep-Underground High-Speed GTX
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Performance Analysis of the Linear Induction Motor for the Deep-Underground High-Speed GTX
Park, Chan-Bae; Lee, Hyung-Woo; Lee, Ju;
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 Abstract
In order to develop a deep-underground great train express (GTX) in South Korea, the specifications decision and development of a traction control system (including an inverter and a traction motor), which considers a variety of route conditions, must be advanced. In this study, we examined the running resistance properties of a high-speed traction system based on a variety of tunnel types and vehicle organization methods. Then, we studied the power requirements necessary for the traction motor to maintain balanced speed in the high-speed traction system. From this, we determined the design criteria for the development of a high-speed traction system for use in the deep-underground GTX. Finally, we designed a linear induction motor (LIM) for a propulsion system, and we used the finite element method (FEM) to analyze its performance as it travelled through deep-underground tunnels.
 Keywords
Linear induction motor;Traction system;Electromagnetic analysis;Power consumption;
 Language
English
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