Availability of the electric drive systems containing flux switching permanent magnet machines

L. Wang, G. Sfakianakis, J.J.H. Paulides, E.A. Lomonova

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Abstract

This paper investigates how to improve availability
of an electrical drive containing a 3-phase 12/10
(12 stator tooth/10 rotor poles) flux switching permanent
magnet machine. In this respect, Field-Oriented Control
and Space-Vector Pulse-Width-Modulation strategies will
be applied with 3-phase operation condition. Availability
and reliability require that during faults, such as loss of
one inverter phase leg or open-circuit of one machine phase winding, the electrical drive remains operational. Therefore, initial research is given in this paper on the implementation of a fault-free control algorithm that preserves the electromagnetic torque following certain faults. In terms of inter-turn short circuit fault, the machine becomes asymmetric and its behavior such as fault current and output torque are investigated. To further improve system reliability, dual three phase drive is applied by splitting the machine winding, and an extended park transformation is used in machine control.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 8th IEEE Benelux Young Researchers symposium in electrical power engineering
Place of PublicationEindhoven
PublisherTechnische Universiteit Eindhoven
Pages129-141
Publication statusPublished - 12 May 2016
Event8th IEEE Young Researchers Symposium in Electrical Power Engineering (YRS 2016) - Zwarte Doos, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Duration: 12 May 201613 May 2016

Conference

Conference8th IEEE Young Researchers Symposium in Electrical Power Engineering (YRS 2016)
Abbreviated titleYRS 2016
Country/TerritoryNetherlands
CityEindhoven
Period12/05/1613/05/16
OtherJoint IAS/PELS/PES Benelux Chapter

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