Electric Machinery Parameters and Torques by Current and Energy Perturbations from Field Computations. II. Applications and Results
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion
For pt.I see ibid., vol.14, no.4, p.1507-13 (1999). The theoretical developments and formulations of part I of these two-part companion papers are applied here to three practical examples, namely a 15-HP permanent magnet brushless DC machine, a 1.2 HP three phase induction motor, and a 14.3 kVA modified Lundell alternator. The excellent correlation between computed and test results for inductance profiles, steady-state terminal voltage waveforms and steady-state time-domain developed torque profiles verify the reliability and well posedness of the energy/current perturbation approach in electric machinery problems involving both 2D-FE and 3D-FE magnetic field solutions.
Demerdash, Nabeel and Nehl, Thomas W., "Electric Machinery Parameters and Torques by Current and Energy Perturbations from Field Computations. II. Applications and Results" (1999). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 177.