Analysis of non-intrusive efficiency estimation of induction machines compared to the IEEE 112B and IEC 34-2-1 standards

@article{Gajjar2014AnalysisON,
  title={Analysis of non-intrusive efficiency estimation of induction machines compared to the IEEE 112B and IEC 34-2-1 standards},
  author={Chetan Sudhir Gajjar and Mudassir Ali Khan and Paul Stanley Barendse},
  journal={2014 IEEE Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE)},
  year={2014},
  pages={294-301}
}
International efficiency testing methods such as the IEEE 112-B and IEC 34-2-1 can determine an induction machine's efficiency accurately at the cost of hindering the machine's productivity. Alternatively, various methods used to determine a machine's efficiency in-situ do so at the cost of accuracy. This paper proposes a method that determines an induction machine's efficiency over a range of load conditions from tests conducted and centered around one thermally stable load point in the least… CONTINUE READING

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