A Novel Motor-Speed-Regulation Method
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Hubei University of Technology, Wuhan, China
2 Hubei Collaborative Innovation Center for High-efficiency Utilization of Solar Energy, Hubei University of technology, Wuhan, China
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The traditional doubly-fed motor has less reliability because it needs carbon brushes and sliding rings which are not highly reliable. The brushless doubly-fed machine costs a lot for its framework requires special designing and processing. To overcome the disadvantages of the two kinds of motors, this paper focuses on a novel method of motor speed regulation which is based on rotating feeding. The motor speed changing around its rated speed can be realized based on the method without any carbon brush or sliding ring on the prosaic electrical motors. On the basis of the full controlled thyristor rectifying bridge structure, the basic idea is introduced; the advantages and disadvantages of this method are analyzed. This kind of systems can replace the brushed or brushless double-fed systems. They are very suitable for driving fans or pumps, or power-generating systems with variable speed constant frequency such as wind power or water power generating systems.
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