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Abstract
Preface
Contents
Symbols and deﬁnitions
1 Introduction
1.1 Overview of the coupled ﬁeld-circuit problems
1.1.1 Numerical methods
1.1.2 Modelling electrical machines by ﬁeld and circuit equations
1.1.3 Coupling with external circuits
1.1.4 Coupling with power electronics
1.1.5 Coupling with closed-loop control systems
1.1.6 Software for coupled simulation
1.2 Aim of the work
1.3 Scientiﬁc contribution
1.4 Outline of the thesis
2 Computational methods
2.1 Finite element model for electrical machines
2.1.1 Equations for magnetic ﬁeld and windings
2.1.2 Transient time-stepping simulation
2.2 Direct coupling of ﬁeld and circuit equations
2.3 Coupling by the current output approach
2.3.1 FEM model as a functional block
2.4 Coupling by the circuit parameter approach
2.4.1 Electromotive force and dynamic inductance
2.4.2 Extraction of the circuit parameters
2.5 Conclusion
3 Case study: doubly-fed induction generator
3.1 Description of the system
3.1.1 Finite element model of the generator
3.1.2 Electrical supply
3.2 Simulation models
3.2.1 Circuit parameter approach
3.2.2 Direct coupling
3.3 Simulation results
3.3.2 Voltage dip in stator
3.3.3 Eﬀect of the simulation parameters
3.4 Discussion
4.1.2 Circuit model
4.2 Simulation models
4.2.1 Current output approach
4.2.2 Circuit parameter approach
4.2.3 Direct coupling
4.3 Simulation results
4.3.1 Ideal voltage supply
4.3.2 Grid and compensating capacitors
4.4 Experimental validation
4.4.1 Test setup
4.4.2 Measured results
4.5 Discussion
5 Case studies of controlled frequency converter supply
5.1 Induction motor drive with detailed DTC algorithm
5.1.1 Background
5.1.2 Description of the system model
5.1.3 Results
5.1.4 Conclusion
5.2 Doubly-fed induction generator in a variable-speed wind turbine
5.2.1 Background
5.2.3 Results
5.2.4 Conclusion
5.3 Discussion
A.1 S-functions in general
A.2 S-function for the FEM computation
A.2.1 Exceptional concepts
A.2.2 Outline of the implementation
A.2.3 Data transfer methodology
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Thesis - Phd Simulation of Electrical Machines Circuits and Control Systems Using Finite Element

# Thesis - Phd Simulation of Electrical Machines Circuits and Control Systems Using Finite Element

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