Fast and Accurate Model of Interior Permanent-Magnet Machine for Dynamic Characterization
AbstractA high-fidelity two-axis model of an interior permanent-magnet synchronous machine (IPM) presents a convenient way for the characterization and validation of motor dynamic performance during the design stage. In order to consider a nonlinear IPM nature, the model is parameterized with a standard dataset calculated beforehand by finite-element analysis. From two possible model implementations, the current model (CM) seems to be preferable to the flux-linkage model (FLM). A particular reason for this state of affairs is the rather complex and time-demanding parameterization of FLM in comparison with CM. For this reason, a procedure for the fast and reliable parameterization of FLM is presented. The proposed procedure is significantly faster than comparable methods, hence providing considerable improvement in terms of computational time. Additionally, the execution time of FLM was demonstrated to be up to 20% shorter in comparison to CM. Therefore, the FLM should be used in computationally intensive simulation scenarios that have a significant number of iterations, or excessive real-time time span. View Full-Text
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Drobnič, K.; Gašparin, L.; Fišer, R. Fast and Accurate Model of Interior Permanent-Magnet Machine for Dynamic Characterization. Energies 2019, 12, 783.
Drobnič K, Gašparin L, Fišer R. Fast and Accurate Model of Interior Permanent-Magnet Machine for Dynamic Characterization. Energies. 2019; 12(5):783.Chicago/Turabian Style
Drobnič, Klemen; Gašparin, Lovrenc; Fišer, Rastko. 2019. "Fast and Accurate Model of Interior Permanent-Magnet Machine for Dynamic Characterization." Energies 12, no. 5: 783.
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