Technological feasibility studies for super and ultra premium efficient motors
Three main efficiency gains is possible in Super(IE4) and Ultra Premium Efficient (IE5) motors through improvements in materials, manufacturing and motor design. It’s the intention of these technological feasibility studies for super and ultra-premium efficient motors to provide information about the feasible motor types, qualitative / quantitative loss reduction methods and loss estimation. Finally, the time to set the IE4 and IE5 classes as mass production of motors and mandatory motor requirements is proposed.
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