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GANPAT UNIVERSITY U. V. PATEL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Electrical Engineering Department

2EE603 : Electrical Drives

ASSIGNMENT – 2 : Fundamentals of Electrical Drives

Date of Issue : 23/01/2017

Date of Submission: 03/02/2017

Date of Issue : 23/01/2017 Date of Submission: 03/02/2017 Part 1 : Multiple Choice Examples (MCQ)

Part 1 : Multiple Choice Examples (MCQ)

1. Select the best suitable power modulator for solar pump.

a)

Square wave inverter

b)

DC DC converter

c)

Controlled rectifier, Inverter

d)

DC DC converter, Inverter

2. Which of the following is an active load?

 

a)

Electrical Vehicle

b)

Traction

c)

Both a) and b)

d)

None of above

3. Which load is the example of continuous duty?

 

a)

Billet mill

b)

Cutting machine

c)

Paper mill

d)

None of above

4. Select the best suitable power modulator to control the speed of synchronous motor with AC supply.

a)

AC voltage controller

b)

Cyclo converter

c)

Controlled rectifier, PWM Inverter

d)

None of above

5. Select the application where the load torque is proportional to square of speed

a)

Fan

b)

Pump

c)

Ship Propellers

d)

All of above

Part 2 : Short Questions

1. Define Electric Drives.

2. What are the basic elements of Electric Drives ?

3. Write the classification of Electric Drives.

4. Mention the purposes of power modulator.

5. List different converters suitable for electrical drives.

6. Write the fundamental equation of torque.

7. Give the equation of total moment of inertia for a drive system consisting, a load with translation motion directly coupled with motor.

8. Give the equation of total torque developed by motor for a drive system consisting, a load with rotational motion directly coupled with motor.

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Part 3 : Solve following examples

1. A motor drives a rotational load through a reduction gear of teeth ratio 0.1 and efficiency 90

%. Load has moment of inertia of 10 kg-m

0.4 kg-m 2 and speed of 1400 rpm. Find equivalent inertia of motor and load as referred to motor side and power developed by motor.

and torque of 50 N-m. The motor has inertia of

2

ANS: 0.5 kg-m 2 , 814.448 W

2. A motor running at speed N rpm is driving a rotational load L 1 directly coupled to its shaft and

another load L 2 through a gear to reduce its speed by a factor K. The inertia of motor and loads L 1, L 2, are J m, , J 1 and J 2 respectively. The load torque of L 1 and L 2 are T 1 and T 2. Find expression for effective inertia and torque on the motor.

3. A motor drives two loads. One has rotational motion. It is coupled to the motor through a reduction gear with a=0.1 and efficiency of 90%. The load has a moment of inertia of 10 Kg-m2 and a torque of 10 N-m. Other load has translation motion and consists of 1000 Kg weight to be lifted up at a uniform speed of 1.5 m/s. Coupling between this load and motor has an efficiency of 85%. Motor has inertia of 0.2 Kg-m2 and runs at a constant speed of 1420 rpm. Determine equivalent inertia referred to the motor shaft and power developed by the motor. ANS: 0.4 kg.m 2 , 17.47 KW

Part 4 : Long Questions (Only for preparation ) (No need to write in assignment book)

1. Draw and explain the block diagram of Electric Drive.

2. What are the advantages of electric drive over mechanical drive?

3. Enlist the factors influencing the choice of electric drives?

4. Explain fundamental torque equations and derive loads with translational motion.

5. How can loads be classified as per Speed-Torque curves?

6. Explain fundamental torque equations and derive loads with rotational motion.

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