5 Phase BLDC-MRM: Design, Control, Fea and Steady-State Operation Experiments
The present paper explores the design, numerical analysis, control and performance of a 5 phase, 6 poles BLDC Multiphase Reluctance Machine. For this work, both machine and power electronics were designed and built. A FEA model (VF - Opera 13.1) has been developed for inductance matrix identification, mandatory for Simulink implementation of machine phase coordinates model (used for control of the BLDC-MRM). Preliminary running experiments (at steady-state operation) are shown in comparison with simulated results (analytical-Simulink and numerical-FEA), for a 4:1 speed range.
D. Ursu et al., "5 Phase BLDC-MRM: Design, Control, Fea and Steady-State Operation Experiments," Proceedings of the 2014 International Conference on Optimization of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (2014, Bran, Romania), pp. 354-361, IEEE Computer Society, May 2014.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/OPTIM.2014.6850880
2014 International Conference on Optimization of Electrical and Electronic Equipment (OPTIM) (2014: May 22-24, Bran, Romania)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Power Electronics; Synchronous Machinery; FEA Modeling; Inductance Matrix; Phase Coordinates; Reluctance Machines; Simulated Results; Simulink Implementation; Speed Range; Steady-State Operation; Experiments
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