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Comparative study of two modelling implementation methods of a wound-rotor induction machine: Simulation, fault diagnosis and validation

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5 Author(s)
Yazidi, A. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., IUT de l''Aisne, Cuffies, France ; Capocchi, L. ; Henao, H. ; Capolino, G.-A.
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The aim of this paper is to compare two modeling methods for a wound-rotor induction machine in order to simulate it in both healthy and faulty modes. The circuit-oriented approach which represents the machine model as a rotating transformer will be compared to the discrete event method. First, the wound-rotor induction machine model will be described using the classical equations in the abc reference frame. In fact, the circuit oriented method is based on a representation with only resistances, inductances and controlled voltage sources. It has been implemented by using the MATLAB/Simulinkcopy software. With the discrete event method, the classical abc reference frame model is based on ordinary differential equations which are translated in block-scheme to be interpreted as a coupling of basic models based on a discrete event system specification. Finally, the performances of the two methods have been verified by comparison between simulation and experiments on a 5.5 kW- 220 V /380 V - 50 Hz-8 poles wound-rotor induction machine working in both healthy and faulty modes at different load conditions.

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Diagnostics for Electric Machines, Power Electronics and Drives, 2009. SDEMPED 2009. IEEE International Symposium on

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Aug. 31 20096-Sept. 3 2009

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