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An automated system for frequency response analysis with application to an undergraduate laboratory of electrical machines

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Sellschopp, F.S. ; Dept. de Ingenieria Electr., Electron. del Inst. Tecnologico de la Laguna, Torreon Coahuila, Mexico ; Arjona L., M.A.

This paper describes a LabVIEW-based automated system to carry out frequency response tests in electrical machines. The system is being used by undergraduate students in the laboratory of electrical machines, where they can experiment with the application of frequency response analysis and the characterization of mathematical models. An advantage of the system is its friendly user interface to a laboratory experiment. The system avoids the risky utilization of oscilloscopes for data acquisition and shortens the time taken to analyze the measured data. The Automated System for Frequency Analysis (ASFFA) can carry out tests within a bandwidth of 0.001-900 Hz. In addition, the ASFFA can estimate the transfer function parameters based on one- or two-port network theory. Design details of the interface, system structure, frequency response tests, electrical machine modeling, and signal processing are presented. Finally, ASFFA is applied to synchronous, induction, and direct-current machines.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 1 )