Dynamic Modeling of an Interior Permanent Magnet Machine with Space-Vector-Modulation-Based Voltage Source Inverter 2020-01-0469
This paper presents a dynamic model for an interior permanent magnet (IPM) machine with a space-vector-modulation-based voltage source inverter. The dynamic model considers spatial harmonics, cross-coupling and magnetic saturation. In order to include the nonlinear electromagnetic characteristics of the IPM machine, the dynamic model is built based on the current-flux look-up tables obtained from finite element analysis (FEA). The model is co-simulated with the drive system, which considers the effects of the modulation technique and the switching frequency. The dynamic performance of a 60/8 IPM machine is analyzed using the dynamic model at different operating conditions and then validated with the torque waveforms obtained from FEA. The results show that dynamic performance can be analyzed accurately and more quickly using the dynamic model presented in this paper.
Citation: Li, Y., Howey, B., Liang, J., Sayed, E. et al., "Dynamic Modeling of an Interior Permanent Magnet Machine with Space-Vector-Modulation-Based Voltage Source Inverter," SAE Int. J. Adv. & Curr. Prac. in Mobility 2(6):3189-3196, 2020, https://doi.org/10.4271/2020-01-0469. Download Citation
Yihui Li, Brock Howey, Jianbin Liang, Ehab Sayed, Arfakhshand Ali Qazalbash, Michael Kasprzak, Dhafar Al-Ani, Ali Emadi, Berker Bilgin
McMaster University, FCA US LLC
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SAE International Journal of Advances and Current Practices in Mobility-V129-99EJ
Finite element analysis
Hybrid electric vehicles
Simulation and modeling
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