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# King Saud University 1st Semester 1428-1429H

## College of Engineering Final Exam

Electrical Engineering Department Time: 3.0 hrs.
EE435-Electric Drives ..

Question-1
(a) (5 pints) Three-phase full-wave controlled rectfier is connected to 380 V three phase supply.
The load of the rectfier is pure resistance of 10 Ω . The output DC voltage is 200V. Draw the
output voltage and supply currents of the three phase along with supply voltages. Then,
calculate: (I) The firing angle α (II) The rectfication effeciency.

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(b) (10 Points) The speed of 20 hp, 300V, 900 rpm separately excited dc motor is controlled by
a three phase full wave controlled converter. The field circuit is controlled by single phase diode
bridge rectifier then buck converter with inductance L = 10 mH , C = 100uF and 20 kHz
switching frequency. The ac input to the armature and field converters is three-phase supply,
208V, 50 Hz. The armature resistance is Ra = 0.15 Ω , and the motor voltage constant is
K v = 1.15V / A rad / sec . , where T ( N .m) = K v * I f I a and Ea = K v * I f ω . the field circuit resistance
R f = 70 Ω . The armature current is continuous and ripple free.
I. If the field converter is operated at the developed torque is Td = 106 N .m at 750 rpm
and the duty ratio of the buck converter is D=0.9, determine the delay angles of armature
armature side converter.
II. If the field circuit converter is set to the maximum field current (D=1), the developed
torque is 108N.m, and the delay angle of the armature converter is zero, determine the
motor speed and the duty ratio of the buck converter.
III. For the same load and field current of part (II), determine the firing angle of the field
circuit converter if the speed has to be increased to 1800 rpm.

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Question-2 (15 Points) Three phase 4-pole 380V 50Hz, Y-connected induction motor is
connected to (600V 60 Hz single-phase supply) via single-phase full wave uncontrolled
rectifier, boost converter and 3-phase PWM inverter as shown in the following figure. This
system is used to control the speed of the induction motor by E/f control. The switching
frequency of the boost converter is 20kHz and its inductance is 1mH. The DC link voltage is
maintained constant at Vo =650V, the load torque is maintained constant at 70N.m. The
induction motor has the following parameters per phase: Rs = 0.28Ω , Rr′ = 0.17Ω ,
X s = X r′ = 1.2 Ω X m = 42 Ω ,
Assuming the speed torque curves is parallel straight lines for s < sm .

## 1- If it is required to drive the motor at 800 rpm, determine;

(i) The slip of induction motor.
(ii) The modulation index m a of the PWM inverter.
(iii) The duty ratio of the boost converter.

2- If it is required to drive the motor at 70Hz control signal frequency of the PWM, determine:
(i) The speed of rotation.
(ii) The modulation index m a of the PWM inverter.
(iii) The duty ratio of the boost converter.

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Question-3 (10 Points) Three phase 4-pole 380V 60Hz, Y-connected induction motor is
connected to (600V 60 Hz supply with 4mH source inductance) via 3-phase full wave controlled
rectifier and 3-phase PWM inverter to control its speed by V/f control. The DC link voltage is
maintained constant at 650V, the load torque is maintained constant at 120 N.m.
The induction motor has the following parameters per phase: Rs = 0.3Ω , Rr′ = 0.15Ω ,
X s = X r′ = 1.1 Ω X m = 40 Ω ,
1- If the motor runs at rated voltage and frequency, Determine the following:
(i) The speed of induction motor.
(ii) The modulation index m a of PWM inverter.
(iii) The firing angle of the controlled rectifier.
2- If it is required to drive the motor at 30Hz determine;
(i) The speed of induction motor.
(ii) The modulation index m a of PWM inverter.
(iii) The firing angle of the controlled rectifier.

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