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Improving Energy Efficiency of Smart Household Appliances and Devices

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With the ever-increasing volume of applications of various kinds of electric drives in all spheres of human activity, the issues in improving the efficiency of the electromechanical converters of electric energy, one of the most important components of the electric drive (ED), are becoming increasingly important. Such issues include reducing their weight and size, improving the functional characteristics of these devices to increase their operational life and reducing the cost of manufacture. Taking full advantage of these opportunities relates to the AC and DC single-phase commutator motor (SCM), which is widely used in regulated and high-speed motor drives in home appliances and electric hand tools. The SCM is used in machinery where the load torque has a hyperbolic dependence on the rotational speed and the need to work with a large motor overload due to the “soft” mechanical characteristics of such motors.

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Suzdorf, V. and Meshkov, A. (2014) Improving Energy Efficiency of Smart Household Appliances and Devices. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 2, 58-62. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2014.24009.

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