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Modeling of conducted common mode perturbations in variable-speed drive systems

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3 Author(s)
F. Costa ; SATIE, Cachan, France ; C. Vollaire ; R. Meuret

In this paper, common mode (CM) conducted perturbations are predicted and compared with experiments in a variable-speed drive system, thanks to a mixed approach based on experimental measurements and on the modeling of the complete CM circuit. Its different parts are considered and represented by a chain of quadripolar matrices: the inverter, the cables, and the induction motor. At last, it is shown that the parasitic currents in the system can be calculated in the different stages of the matrix chain. Experiments have successfully confirmed this approach.

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IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 4 )