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Skin effect characterization in a squirrel cage induction machine

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4 Author(s)
Kabbaj, H. ; Lab. d''Electrotech. et d''Electron. Ind., CNRS, Toulouse, France ; Roboam, X. ; Lefevre, Y. ; Faucher, J.

The aim of the paper is first to show off the unfitness of the classical two-phase model for giving a realistic dynamical response when applied to a deep rotor bars induction machine or to a solid rotor induction machine. The distribution of induced currents in massive conductors associated with skin effect is of great influence upon dynamical behavior. A theoretical study is presented which is directed towards the characterization of the evolution of resistance and inductance coefficients of a rectangular massive conductor considered alone and excited by a pure sinusoidal high frequency current. The same study is yielded by identifying electrical parameters of the 2-phase equivalent model. A characterization of the identified rotor parameters variations versus the supply voltage frequency is then presented

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Industrial Electronics, 1997. ISIE '97., Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on  (Volume:2 )

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7-11 Jul 1997

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