Induction Machine Models and Equivalent Circuits Based on Hybrid Parameters of Two-Port Network
The paper is focused on development of induction machine (IM) model based on general two-port network theory, which is elemental theory well-known for all electrical engineers. Since the theory of IM is more specialized and known for engineers with some expertise in the field of electrical machines and drives. Application of the two-port network theory on IM can clarify the development process of IM model or eventually equivalent circuit for wide area of electrical engineers. The whole building process is also based on analogy with transformer and the theory of rotational coordinates is also employed. The models and equivalent circuits are then more suitable for understanding physical principles of IM from macroscopic point of view.
KeywordsInduction machine Equivalent circuit Two-port network Hybrid parameters
This research work has been carried out in the Centre for Research and Utilization of Renewable Energy (CVVOZE). Authors gratefully acknowledge financial support from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic under NPU I programme (project No. LO1210).
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