Un enfoque de motor síncrono de velocidad variable para el riego inteligente utilizando un motor de inducción doblemente alimentado

Autores/as

  • Emad Hassan Department of Electronics and Electrical Communications, Faculty of Electronic Engineering, Menoufia University, Menouf 32952, Egypt
  • Ahmed S. Oshaba Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering, Jazan University, Jizan 45142, Saudi Arabia
  • Dina S. M. Osheba Department of Electrical Engineering, Menoufiya University, Shebin El-kom 32511, Egypt.
  • Mervet A. Shanab Department of Electrical Engineering, Menoufiya University, Shebin El-kom 32511, Egypt.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17981/ingecuc.19.2.2023.02

Palabras clave:

motor de inducción doblemente alimentado, motor síncrono, riego inteligente, rendimiento en estado estacionario

Resumen

Introducción— El Motor de Inducción de Doble Alimentación (DFIM) es una máquina muy utilizada en accionamientos de velocidad variable, y su robustez, fiabilidad y sencillez de control de velocidad lo convierten en un candidato idóneo para su uso en sistemas de riego inteligente.

Objetivo— En este trabajo se estudia y evalúa el rendimiento del DFIM en diferentes condiciones de funcionamiento y se demuestra que puede considerarse como un motor síncrono de velocidad variable.

Metodología— Se ha desarrollado un modelo matemático para optimizar el rendimiento del DFIM en sistemas de riego inteligentes, teniendo en cuenta las condiciones específicas de la aplicación. Además, se construyó y probó un montaje experimental para mejorar los resultados teóricos, que mostró una buena correlación entre los resultados teóricos y experimentales.

Resultados— Los resultados de la investigación revelan que el DFIM puede utilizarse para controlar el caudal de agua en sistemas de riego, ajustando la velocidad del motor para que coincida con el caudal deseado.

Conclusiones— Los resultados de esta investigación demuestran el potencial del uso del DFIM en sistemas de riego inteligentes para mejorar el rendimiento y la eficiencia del riego y proporcionar un mejor control y menores costes.

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Publicado

2023-04-24

Cómo citar

Hassan, E., S. Oshaba, A. ., M. Osheba, D. S. ., & A. Shanab, M. (2023). Un enfoque de motor síncrono de velocidad variable para el riego inteligente utilizando un motor de inducción doblemente alimentado. INGE CUC, 19(2), 21–32. https://doi.org/10.17981/ingecuc.19.2.2023.02