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Design and Development of Microcontroller based Auto-Start Three-Phase Induction Motor Protection Unit

  title={Design and Development of Microcontroller based Auto-Start Three-Phase Induction Motor Protection Unit},
  author={Dr. Balakrishnan Natarajan},
Three-phase Induction motor is the workhorse of many Industries and Agricultural purposes. It consumes about 61% of the total power generated. Induction motors in agriculture sector consumes about 21% of power generated and in Industries it consume about 40% and domestic sector about 24% of the total power generated. Even a small fault in induction motor can lead to great loss for industries. The objective of this paper is to present a new methodology for protecting the three-phase induction… 


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