This paper presents the steady-state per phase equivalent electric circuit of the dual-rotor Permanent Magnet Induction Machine (PMIM), a method for the identification of parameters and a control strategy using a co-simulation between a FEM software and system simulation software. In order to develop a control strategy for the dual-rotor PMIM, one needs to estimate first the electric parameters (resistances, reactances) of the per-phase equivalent electric circuit. Each parameter of the circuit is discussed separately and comparative analytical and numerical techniques are proposed for their computation. Then, a two loops control strategy of the machine based on the Field Oriented Control (FOC) and Scalar Control (SC), is proposed and applied to the PMIM. © 2013 IEEE.

Electric circuit parameters identification and control strategy of dual-rotor Permanent Magnet Induction Machine

Di Leonardo, Lino;Villani, Marco
2013

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This paper presents the steady-state per phase equivalent electric circuit of the dual-rotor Permanent Magnet Induction Machine (PMIM), a method for the identification of parameters and a control strategy using a co-simulation between a FEM software and system simulation software. In order to develop a control strategy for the dual-rotor PMIM, one needs to estimate first the electric parameters (resistances, reactances) of the per-phase equivalent electric circuit. Each parameter of the circuit is discussed separately and comparative analytical and numerical techniques are proposed for their computation. Then, a two loops control strategy of the machine based on the Field Oriented Control (FOC) and Scalar Control (SC), is proposed and applied to the PMIM. © 2013 IEEE.
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