Cement factory machines operating at 120 Hz thermal energy generations using three-phase squirrel cage machines is presented. A cement is an adhesive chemical substances used for construction that set, hardens and adheres to other materials to bind them together. Cement manufacturing is a complex process that begins with mining and then grinding raw materials that include limestone and clay which is then heated to a sintering temperature as high as 1450 °C in a cement kiln. It is a finely ground powders that, when mixed with water it set and hardened mass. Thermal energy is the energy that comes from hot temperature of matters. Heat is the flow of thermal energy and three types of thermal energy are conduction, radiation and convention. Convection is a cyclical process that only occurs in fluids. Squirrel cage machines are machine whose rotor is cylindrical mounted on the shaft of copper or aluminum bars. Due to its ruggedness in construction and low maintenance found applications in industrial drives, mills, turning machines, pump, fan and blowers. The inadequate generating capacity, frequent grids collapses, and power outages in developing countries has made the call for distributed generation imperative. Electromagnetic three-phase squirrel cage machine of electrical and mechanical design energy generation depend on the heat transfer within the various parts of the three-phase squirrel cage machine. The thermal effect in three-phase squirrel cage machine is complex, non-linear, and difficult and the behavior is differently from other conventional machines electromagnetically. The rotor speed shows that the speed of the machine drops at time equals 0.5s due to load application, the torque increases from 0Nm to 31Nm which is the value of the mechanical load torque. The transient period of the machine dies down about 0.15s after start-up and the magnitude of the steady state value of the stator phase currents increases as the load is applied at time equals 0.5s.The investigation finds application where critical temperature of the three-phase squirrel cage machine parts during and after machine load ability is imperative. The thermal properties of the materials used in designing of the three-phase squirrel cage machines and the constant heat transfer coefficients parameters were determined from developed thermal model information. The electrical and mechanical thermal model development in addition to computer simulation show that the cement factory electrical thermal effect energy generation to operate from 120 Hz using three-phase squirrel cage machines is very effective for the smooth plant operation and recommended for cement factories and energy generating industries

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