密閉型圧縮機の低騒音化, 低振動化のための研究 第3報 : モータ磁気騒音 Experimental Study for Reduction of Noises and Vibrations in Hermetic Type Compressor (3rd Report : Electro-magnetic Noise for Inverter Driven Compressor)
A brushless DC motor with a permanent magnet rotor has been adopted for a scroll compressor for domestic-use air-conditioners because of a demand for compressor high efficiency. A waveform of the driving voltage in the inverter power supply unit is chopped by the PWM signal. Its duty ratio is increased/decreased to control the DC voltage in order to provide a wide range of rotation frequencies for the compressor. The driving voltage includes the carrier frequency and its harmonic components, which produce an electro-magnetic force in the moter, resulting in high electro-magnetic noise. In the present report, the author clarifies the relationships between the noise and the waveform of driving voltage and frequency response function of the motor. A method to improve the frequency response function by changing the stator shape in order to reduce electro-magnetic noise is presented. Subsequently, the influence on electro-magnetic noise from the waveform of driving voltage is examined. Furthermore, the electro-magnetic noises during inverter driving of an induction motor are presented.
日本冷凍空調学会論文集 14(2), 149-158, 1997-07-31
Japan Society of Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers