Rotor side Control of High Power Slip Ring Induction Motor using a Single Thyristor

@inproceedings{Prasad2014RotorSC,
  title={Rotor side Control of High Power Slip Ring Induction Motor using a Single Thyristor},
  author={V. V. Maruthi Prasad and W. Prasanna Narasimham and G Jagadeesh Sai Raghu Ram},
  year={2014}
}
The aim is to create a Simple control mechanism for speed variations of a HIGH POWER SRIM – Slip Ring Induction motor as an extension to the available Non slip power recovery mechanisms available for low power SRIMs. The most basic ways to control the speed of a slip ring induction motor is either from the STATOR OR ROTOR SIDE. The mechanism employed here is to control the speed via a Single thyristor acting as an ON/OFF switch at the rotor side of this slip ring induction motor. The core… CONTINUE READING

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