E3S Web of Conf.
Volume 216, 2020Rudenko International Conference “Methodological problems in reliability study of large energy systems” (RSES 2020)
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|Published online||14 December 2020|
On the energy efficiency of electromechanical systems with an electromagnetic vibration exciter
1 Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov (Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan)
2 Tashkent State Technical University named after Islam Karimov (Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan)
3 Karakalpak State University named after Berdakh (Nukus, Republic of Karakalpakstan)
Study shake the phenomena in the electromechanical systems (EMS) are presented by permanent interest for the wide circle of researchers. The most effective source of vibrations in many cases is an electromagnetic causative vibration exciters (EMCV) in that there is transformation of electric power to energy of mechanical vibrations, that is related to the change of inductance. Electromagnetic vibration exciters have a number of significant advantages over other types of exciters. Due to the absence of rubbing parts they have high reliability and durability. They allow you to smoothly adjust the amplitude of vibrations over a wide range. EMCV are easy to integrate into production lines, they have easy maintenance, low operating costs and extensive automation capabilities. This phenomenon presents interest at development of electromechanics devices for intensive vibrotechnologies. Especially development guided on frequency of resonant EMCV promotes the economy of consumption of electric power and productivity of vibrotechnique. To the article the results of theoretical and experimental researches are driven on the increase of energy efficiency of EMCV and determination of output-input ratio. It is shown that losses of electric power in EMS with EMCV related to the origin of permanent constituents and ultra-harmonics of current, choice of magnetic chain and dynamic.
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