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Pole-by-Pole d-q Model of a Linear Induction Machine

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2 Author(s)
Lipa, T.A. ; General Electric Co. ; Nondahl, T.A.

The concept of d-q coupled circuits representing stator and rotor magnetic poles is widely used in the analysis of symmetrical round-rotor induction machines. In this paper conventional round-rotor theory is extended to the analysis of linear induction machines. In particular, a tenth order set of differential equations are derived which describe a basic model for a four pole machine. Higher order systems of equations are discussed which better incorporate leading and trailing end effects. The parameters used in the model are readily derived from classical round-rotor theory. The resulting model is inherently capable of simulating both steady-state and transient behavior.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-98 ,  Issue: 2 )