Induction motors are presently the most widespread kind of electric machinery used for industrial and general purpose applications. The parameters of their equivalent circuit model can be determined with a combination of magneto-static and time-harmonic Finite Element Analysis (FEA) simulations. This paper investigates how equivalent circuit parameters depend on current and frequency variations. Calculation results obtained from FEA combined with analytical formulas are experimentally assessed by measurements on a small sample motor used for household appliances.

Investigation into induction motor equivalent circuit parameter dependency on current and frequency variations

DE MARTIN, MATTEO;BAILONI, MARTINO;TESSAROLO, ALBERTO;BORTOLOZZI, MAURO;
2014

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Induction motors are presently the most widespread kind of electric machinery used for industrial and general purpose applications. The parameters of their equivalent circuit model can be determined with a combination of magneto-static and time-harmonic Finite Element Analysis (FEA) simulations. This paper investigates how equivalent circuit parameters depend on current and frequency variations. Calculation results obtained from FEA combined with analytical formulas are experimentally assessed by measurements on a small sample motor used for household appliances.
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