Electric motors are the largest consumers of electricity in plants and induction motors constitute nearly two-thirds of them. The replacement of in-service induction motors with more efficient ones is a very important strategy for energy savings and consequently nearly 30 different methods have been used to determine the efficiency of induction motors in the last 2 decades. This paper aims to develop the efficiency determination of a 20 Hp submersible induction motor. Due to getting perfect efficiency of the submersible induction motor, a robust hybrid evolutionary optimization technique, which consists of a genetic algorithm and simulated annealing, is used. The obtained results are compared with genetic algorithm and torque gauge result values and dramatically significant results of our proposed algorithm are observed.
MUTLUER, MÜMTAZ and BİLGİN, OSMAN
"Application of a hybrid evolutionary technique for efficiency determination of a submersible induction motor,"
Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences: Vol. 19:
6, Article 5.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/elektrik/vol19/iss6/5