As multi-phase motor drives become more popular and practical, new research in this area investigates potential advantages including lower torque ripple and better power density. The added dimensions of a multi-phase machine leads to a completely different operating nature than standard three-phase machines and merits research into new modulation methods. The five-phase and six-phase machines have been traditionally studied in the literature applying voltage-source modulation methods such as sine-triangle modulation and space- vector modulation for current harmonic elimination. Recent research of five-phase induction motor drives addressed nearest three vectors switching; which adds current harmonics but lowers torque ripple and considerably extends the drives voltage range. This paper introduces a new walking pattern SVM method which frees up the vector and sequence selection. The new method is demonstrated using detailed simulation and is shown to further reduce torque ripple.
J. Huang and K. Corzine, "A New Walking Pattern SVM Technique for Five-Phase Motor Drives," Proceedings of the IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting, 2008. IAS '08, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Oct 2008.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/08IAS.2008.189
IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting, 2008. IAS '08
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Five-Phase; Induction Machine; Multi-Phase; Space Vector Modulation; Switching Pattern; Torque Ripple
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