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Electrical Machines and Drives

Electrical Machines and Drives

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If the currents i1, i2, i3 form a balanced three-phase system of frequency fs = ωs/2π, then we can
write:

i1 = √2I cos(ωst+φ1) =

√2
2

Isejωst

+Ise−jωst

i2 = √2I cos(ωst−φ1 + 2π

3 ) =

√2
2

Isej(ωst−2π/3)

+Ise−j(ωst−2π/3)

(5.9)

i3 = √2I cos(ωst−φ1 + 4π

3 ) =

√2
2

Isej(ωst−4π/3)

+Ise−j(ωst−4π/3)

whereIis the phasor corresponding to the current in phase 1. The resultant space vector is

is(t) = 3
2

√2

2 Iejωst

= 3
2

√2

2 Iej(ωst+φ1)

I = Iej(φ1+π

2 )

(5.10)

The resulting flux density wave is then:

B(θ,t) = 3
2

√2INsµ0

2g cos(ωst+φ1−θ)

(5.11)

which shows a travelling wave, with a maximum value ˆ

B = 3
2

√2INs

µ0 . This wave travels around the

stator at a constant speed ωs, as shown in figure 5.8

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