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EE 1351 SOLID STATE DRIVES. D.ELANGOVAN, Lecturer, Dept. of EEE, SVCE Course home page www.elangodrives.webs.com. EE 1351 SOLID STATE DRIVES. INTRODUCTION TO SOLID STATE DRIVES LECTURE # 1 Motivation Learning Objective. EE 1351 SOLID STATE DRIVES ---- Introduction. Motivation.

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    1. EE 1351SOLID STATE DRIVES D.ELANGOVAN, Lecturer, Dept. of EEE, SVCE Course home page www.elangodrives.webs.com D.ELANGOVAN

    2. EE 1351SOLID STATE DRIVES INTRODUCTION TO SOLID STATE DRIVES LECTURE # 1 Motivation Learning Objective

    3. EE 1351SOLID STATE DRIVES ---- Introduction Motivation

    4. SOLID STATE DRIVES Importance of Creating Motion Drives Electric Drives / Types Application – Speed Control Solid State Drives Advantages / Disadvantages Applications D.ELANGOVAN

    5. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 • Unit 1 – Dynamics of Electric Drives • Unit 2 - Converter & chopper fed Drives • Unit 3 - Induction Motor drives • Unit 4 - Synchronous Motor Drives • Unit 5 - Controller Design D.ELANGOVAN

    6. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 Nearly 65% of the total electric energy produced in the USA is consumed by electric motors.” - R. Krishnan, “Electric Motor Drives” D.ELANGOVAN

    7. Motion Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 www.irf.com D.ELANGOVAN

    8. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 Steel mills D.ELANGOVAN

    9. EATON/International HD HEV Service Truck D.ELANGOVAN

    10. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 • Electrical Drives Drives are systems employed for Motion control Require prime movers Drives that employ electric motors as prime movers are known as Electrical Drives D.ELANGOVAN

    11. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 ADVANTAGES • Smooth operation • More flexible • Reliable, • Time Savings • Economical, efficiency • Productivity • Less maintenance, pollution free D.ELANGOVAN

    12. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 Applications / Manufacturers • Industry • Transportation • Agriculture • Domestic application • Machine tool drives D.ELANGOVAN

    13. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 INDUSTRY • Paper mills; textile mills • Automotive applications • Conveyors, elevators, escalators, lifts • Robotics • Air compressors, blowers D.ELANGOVAN

    14. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 TRANSPORTATION • Fork lift trucks • electric locomotives • Aircraft • Ship Drives • Lifts D.ELANGOVAN

    15. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 AGRICULTURE pumps D.ELANGOVAN

    16. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 Domestic application • Washing machines • Grinders • Fan • Air-conditioning • Tape recorder D.ELANGOVAN

    17. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 Machine tool drives • Lathe • Drilling machines • Milling machines • Grinding machines D.ELANGOVAN

    18. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 Applications • Electric Propulsion • Pumps, fans, compressors • Plant automation • Spindles and servos • Appliances and power tools • Cement kilns, steel mills, • Paper and pulp mills; textile mills • Automotive applications • Conveyors, elevators, escalators, lifts D.ELANGOVAN

    19. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 DISADVANTAGES • It requires continuous power supply D.ELANGOVAN

    20. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 BuildingCranes D.ELANGOVAN

    21. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 lift D.ELANGOVAN

    22. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 Steel mills D.ELANGOVAN

    23. EATON/International HD HEV Service Truck D.ELANGOVAN

    24. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 D.ELANGOVAN

    25. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 MANUFACTURERS • GE CONSUMER AND INDUSTRIAL • METRON INC • POWERTEC INDUSTRIAL SAFETY • RELIANCE • PILZ AUTOMATION • ROCKWELL AUTOMATION etc… D.ELANGOVAN

    26. Introduction to Electric Drives – Lecture #1 REVIEW • WHAT IS DRIVE • TYPES OF DRIVE SYSTEM • ELECTRIC DRIVE • ADVANTAGES / DRAWBACKS AND APPLICATIONS • DRIVES MANUFACTURERS D.ELANGOVAN