Induction Machine Modelling
The chapter deals with the modelling of the induction machine (IM). Following the analysis of the principle of operation which is based on the induction phenomenon, the a-b-c model is established assuming a sinusoidal spatial repartition of the air gap flux density, a linear magnetic circuit, and constant phase resistors. The a-b-c model makes possible the establishment of a state representation of the IM. Then, the Park transform is introduced and applied to the IM a-b-c model, leading to its Park one. An analysis of the IM steady-state operation is then carried out using its Park model. The chapter is achieved by a case study dealing with the doubly fed induction machine which is widely integrated in wind power generating systems.
KeywordsInduction machine Modelling A-B-C model State representation Park Model
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