MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 294, 20192nd International Scientific and Practical Conference “Energy-Optimal Technologies, Logistic and Safety on Transport” (EOT-2019)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Energy-Optimized Technologies, Energy Efficiency and Energy Management on Transport|
|Published online||16 October 2019|
Improvement of energy indicators of conventional electric driving asynchronous motors of non-standard technological equipment at the enterprises for repair of railway rolling stock through the use of energy-saving motors
Dnipro National University of Railway Transport, Department of electrical engineering and electromechanics, 49010, Dnipro, Lazarian Str., 2, Ukraine
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The purpose of this work is to study the utilization efficiency of electric driving energy-saving motors of non-standard technological equipment meant for repair of railway rolling stock, in terms of improvement of energy performance, i.e. improvement of efficiency factors and power factors, and decrease of power losses as compared with the most commonly used “conventional” asynchronous motors. There are two options for improvement of the energy performance of electric drives of non-standard technological equipment: replacement of a conventional motor with an energy-saving one similar in terms of nominal voltage, rotational speed, power, etc.; changeover of stator winding from “delta” to “star”. A special technique has been proposed to determine the effectiveness of this changeover in terms of improvement of energy indicators. Comparison of the real values of the energy indicators of conventional motors and energy-saving motors in the case under consideration is required to perform the technical and economic calculations when solving the problem of the expediency of replacement of conventional asynchronous motors with energy-saving motors in the abovementioned equipment.
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