Radial force control for triple three-phase sectored SPM machines. Part II: Open winding fault tolerant control
Sala, Giacomo; Gerada, David; Gerada, C.; Tani, A.
David Gerada email@example.com
C. Gerada firstname.lastname@example.org
A new advanced fault tolerant control technique for a triple three-phase Surface Permanent Magnet (SPM) machine is investigated in this paper. The machine has a nine-phase winding arranged in three sectors and supplied by three different Voltage Source Inverters (VSIs). The proposed current control technique is firstly exploited to avoid the radial force appearance in case of open winding of one machine sector. Then, the radial force fault tolerant control is improved to compensate for a bearing fault or another source of radial force in this open winding condition. Finite element simulations are used to validate the two proposed control techniques. Finally, advantages and drawbacks of the solution are highlighted.
|Publication Date||Apr 20, 2017|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|APA6 Citation||Sala, G., Gerada, D., Gerada, C., & Tani, A. (2017). Radial force control for triple three-phase sectored SPM machines. Part II: Open winding fault tolerant control|
|Keywords||Analytical models, brushless machines, circuit
faults, fault tolerance, fault tolerant systems, force, force
control, machine vector control, permanent magnet machines.
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Radial Force Control for triple three-pphase sectored SPM machines. Part II. Open Winding Fault tolerant Control.pdf
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