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Dynamic simulation of cage induction machine with air gap eccentricity

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This paper describes a method for the dynamic simulation of a cage induction machine with static and dynamic air gap eccentricity. The method is based on the winding function theory and extension of this theory to the nonuniform air gap case. A method of calculating all inductances in a machine with both static and dynamic air gap eccentricity is presented and a numerical analysis of a machine with specified parameters is presented. Stator line current spectra collected experimentally for both the static and dynamic eccentricity conditions confirm the results obtained by the proposed numerical model.

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Electric Power Applications, IEE Proceedings -  (Volume:152 ,  Issue: 4 )