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    ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES - PART 25: GUIDANCE FOR THE DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF A.C. MOTORS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR CONVERTER SUPPLY

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    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-2008

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    FOREWORD
    INTRODUCTION
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 System characteristics
       4.1 General
       4.2 System information
       4.3 Torque/speed considerations
       4.4 Motor requirements
    5 Losses and their effects (for induction motors fed from
       U-converters)
       5.1 General
       5.2 Location of the additional losses due to converter
            supply and ways to reduce them
       5.3 Converter features to reduce the motor losses
       5.4 Use of filters to reduce additional motor losses
            due to converter supply
       5.5 Temperature and life expectancy
       5.6 Determination of motor efficiency
    6 Noise, vibration and torsional oscillation
       6.1 Noise
       6.2 Vibration (excluding torsional oscillation)
       6.3 Torsional oscillation
    7 Motor insulation electrical stresses
       7.1 General
       7.2 Causes
       7.3 Winding electrical stress
       7.4 Insulation stress limitation
       7.5 Responsibilities
       7.6 Converter characteristics
       7.7 Methods of reduction of voltage stress
       7.8 Motor choice
    8 Bearing currents
       8.1 Sources of bearing currents in converter-fed
            motors
       8.2 Generation of high-frequency bearing currents
       8.3 Common mode circuit
       8.4 Stray capacitances
       8.5 Consequences of excessive bearing currents
       8.6 Preventing high-frequency bearing current damage
       8.7 Additional considerations for motors fed by high
            voltage U-converters
       8.8 Bearing current protection for motors fed by
            high-voltage current-source converters (I-converters)
    9 Installation
       9.1 Earthing, bonding and cabling
       9.2 Reactors and filters
       9.3 Integral motors (integrated motor and drive modules)
    10 Additional considerations for permanent magnet (PM)
       synchronous motors fed by U-converters
       10.1 System characteristics
       10.2 Losses and their effects
       10.3 Noise, vibration and torsional oscillation
       10.4 Motor insulation electrical stresses
       10.5 Bearing currents
       10.6 Particular aspects of permanent magnets
    11 Additional considerations for cage induction motors
       fed by high voltage U-converters
       11.1 General
       11.2 System characteristics
       11.3 Losses and their effects
       11.4 Noise, vibration and torsional oscillation
       11.5 Motor insulation electrical stresses
       11.6 Bearing currents
    12 Additional considerations for synchronous motors
       fed U-converters
       12.1 System characteristics
       12.2 Losses and their effects
       12.3 Noise, vibration and torsional oscillation
       12.4 Motor insulation electrical stresses
       12.5 Bearing currents
    13 Additional considerations for cage induction motors
       fed by block-type I-converters
       13.1 System characteristics
       13.2 Losses and their effects
       13.3 Noise, vibration and torsional oscillation
       13.4 Motor insulation electrical stresses
       13.5 Bearing currents
       13.6 Additional considerations for six-phase cage
            induction motors
    14 Additional considerations for synchronous motors
       fed by LCI
       14.1 System characteristics
       14.2 Losses and their effects
       14.3 Noise, vibration and torsional oscillation
       14.4 Motor insulation electrical stresses
       14.5 Bearing currents
    15 Additional considerations for pulsed I-converters (PWM CSI)
       feeding induction motors
       15.1 System characteristics
       15.2 Losses and their effects
       15.3 Noise, vibration and torsional oscillation
       15.4 Motor insulation electrical stresses
       15.5 Bearing currents
    16 Other motor/converter systems
       16.1 Drives supplied by cyclo-converters
       16.2 Wound rotor induction (asynchronous) machines
            supplied by I-converters in the rotor circuit
       16.3 Wound rotor induction (asynchronous) machines
            supplied by U-converters in the rotor circuit
    Annex A (normative) - Converter characteristics
    Annex B (informative) - Converter output spectra
    Annex C (informative) - Noise increments due to converter
                            supply
    Bibliography
    Annex ZA (normative) - Normative references to international
                           publications with their corresponding
                           European publications

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    Defines the design features and performance characteristics of a.c. motors specifically designed for use on converter supplies.

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    Comment Closes On
    Committee PEL/2
    Development Note Supersedes 02/206929 DC. (07/2006) Supersedes 06/30144800 DC. (03/2009)
    Document Type Draft
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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    EN 61800-3 : 2004 AMD 1 2012 ADJUSTABLE SPEED ELECTRICAL POWER DRIVE SYSTEMS - PART 3: EMC REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFIC TEST METHODS (IEC 61800-3:2004/A1:2011)
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