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DEVELOPMENT OF SINGLE-SIDED LINEAR INDUCTION MOTOR WITH ADVANCED REGENERATIVE BRAKING SYSTEM

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Nowadays, the electricity has turned into an essential element for transportation of the society. And, the linear induction motor (LIM) is having wide application for high-speed transportation services. In this study, a new improved model of the rotary induction motor is presented. The proposed single sided LIM model with reduced slots has been implemented in software and hardware both. The software implementation has been done using MATLAB and Proteus software tools; and its hardware model is implemented and tested in the Electrical Machine Design Laboratory. In this paper, the dynamic behavior of the motor has been illustrated and obtained results confirm its regenerative braking mode.

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