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Dynamic Phasors in Modeling and Analysis of Unbalanced Polyphase AC Machines

Dynamic Phasors in Modeling and Analysis of Unbalanced Polyphase AC Machines

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This paper describes a novel approach to dynamical
modeling of asymmetries in electric machines and polyphase
systems (e.g., the ones caused by unbalanced supply waveforms).
The proposed technique is a polyphase generalization of the dynamic
phasor approach from power electronics and electric drives.
The technique is applicable to nonlinear models, and offers distinct
advantages in modeling, simulation and control with respect
to standard time–domain models. In a steady-state, the dynamic
phasors reduce to standard phasors from ac circuit theory.We performed
experiments and simulations involving a three-phase induction
motor and a three-phase synchronous permanent magnet
motor, and we demonstrate that models based on dynamic phasors
provide very accurate descriptions of observed transients. In
a steady state, our approach yields improved equivalent circuits
that contain coupling between the positive and negative sequence subcircuits.
This paper describes a novel approach to dynamical
modeling of asymmetries in electric machines and polyphase
systems (e.g., the ones caused by unbalanced supply waveforms).
The proposed technique is a polyphase generalization of the dynamic
phasor approach from power electronics and electric drives.
The technique is applicable to nonlinear models, and offers distinct
advantages in modeling, simulation and control with respect
to standard time–domain models. In a steady-state, the dynamic
phasors reduce to standard phasors from ac circuit theory.We performed
experiments and simulations involving a three-phase induction
motor and a three-phase synchronous permanent magnet
motor, and we demonstrate that models based on dynamic phasors
provide very accurate descriptions of observed transients. In
a steady state, our approach yields improved equivalent circuits
that contain coupling between the positive and negative sequence subcircuits.

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Published by: iMiklae on May 09, 2013
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