An In Situ Efficiency Estimation Technique for Induction Machines Working With Unbalanced Supplies

@article{Siraki2012AnIS,
  title={An In Situ Efficiency Estimation Technique for Induction Machines Working With Unbalanced Supplies},
  author={A. G. Siraki and Pragasen Pillay},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion},
  year={2012},
  volume={27},
  pages={85-95}
}
In situ machine efficiency estimation techniques are increasing in importance due to pressures to improve performance and for demand-side management. Numerous techniques have been proposed to estimate the efficiency of an induction motor in situ . Only a few are actually practical considering the level of intrusion and the accuracy. Besides, very little has been done to make these methods compatible with the unbalanced supply condition that exists in most industrial applications. In this paper… CONTINUE READING
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