Performance Evaluation of Delta Connected 9-Phase Induction Machine for Electric Propulsion Application.
6th IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium
Old Town Alexandria, Virginia
Source of Publication
2015 IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, ESTS 2015
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
A performance evaluation of Delta connected, 9-phase, cage rotor induction machine for electric propulsion application is presented. The analysis was implemented in natural variable reference frame. Four different connections of the machine's stator windings to form 'Delta' configurations in addition to the traditional Star connection were compared using natural reference frame. Simulation and experimental results for the Star/Delta connections are presented. Results show that Delta IV connection has the highest electromagnetic torque capability. The different electromagnetic torques for each of the five stator winding configurations make the machine an ideal candidate for electric vehicle propulsion application.
Electric windings, Asynchronous machinery, Electric propulsion, Electric ship equipment, Machine windings, Propulsion, Ship propulsion, Ships, Stars, Stators, Winding Delta connection, Electromagnetic torques, Nine-phase, Propulsion applications, Stator fault, Stator winding configurations, Vehicle propulsion, Winding function, delta connections, nine phase induction machine, open-stator faults, turn and winding function
Electrical and Computer Engineering
O. D. Momoh Ph.D. (2015).
Performance Evaluation of Delta Connected 9-Phase Induction Machine for Electric Propulsion Application.. 2015 IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, ESTS 2015. 224-229. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc..Presented at 6th IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, Old Town Alexandria, Virginia.
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