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Thermal Analysis of High Speed Induction Motor by Using Lumped-Circuit Parameters
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Thermal Analysis of High Speed Induction Motor by Using Lumped-Circuit Parameters
Han, Pil-Wan; Choi, Jae-Hak; Kim, Dong-Jun; Chun, Yon-Do; Bang, Deok-Je;
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This paper deals with the electromagnetic and thermal analysis of high speed induction motor. The induction motor is analyzed by time-varying magnetic finite element method and its thermal analysis is carried out by using analytical lumped-circuit method. Analysis results are compared with the experiment of 29kW high speed motor prototype at 12,000rpm.
High speed;Induction motor;Thermal analysis;Lumped parameter;
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