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The effect of common-mode voltage elimination on the iron loss in machine core laminations of multilevel drives

(2015) Digest. p.1-1
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This paper studies the effect of common-mode voltage elimination (CMVE) on the iron loss of electrical machine core laminations under multilevel converter supply. Three identical magnetic ring cores are excited by either a three-level T-type or five-level dual T-type voltage source converter to study the behavior of CMVE on a three-phase system. Both multilevel converters are controlled by using a space vector pulse width modulation as it is one of the most often used techniques for CMVE. In the three-level case study, the iron loss is increased by almost 5% when CMVE is implemented. These experimental results are verified numerically with a dynamic iron-loss model. Moreover, the effect of CMVE on a synchronous machine drive system is studied, in the full paper.
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Loss measurement, Iron, Magnetic cores, Space vector pulse width, odulation, Switching frequency, Topology

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Salem Mohamed Salem, Aboubakr, Ahmed Mohamed Abouelyazied Abdallh, Paavo Rasilo, Frederik De Belie, Luc Dupré, and Jan Melkebeek. 2015. “The Effect of Common-mode Voltage Elimination on the Iron Loss in Machine Core Laminations of Multilevel Drives.” In Digest, 1–1. Beijing, China: IEEE.
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Salem Mohamed Salem, A., Mohamed Abouelyazied Abdallh, A., Rasilo, P., De Belie, F., Dupré, L., & Melkebeek, J. (2015). The effect of common-mode voltage elimination on the iron loss in machine core laminations of multilevel drives. Digest (pp. 1–1). Presented at the Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 2015 IEEE, Beijing, China: IEEE.
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Salem Mohamed Salem A, Mohamed Abouelyazied Abdallh A, Rasilo P, De Belie F, Dupré L, Melkebeek J. The effect of common-mode voltage elimination on the iron loss in machine core laminations of multilevel drives. Digest. Beijing, China: IEEE; 2015. p. 1–1.
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Salem Mohamed Salem, Aboubakr, Ahmed Mohamed Abouelyazied Abdallh, Paavo Rasilo, et al. “The Effect of Common-mode Voltage Elimination on the Iron Loss in Machine Core Laminations of Multilevel Drives.” Digest. Beijing, China: IEEE, 2015. 1–1. Print.
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  abstract     = {This paper studies the effect of common-mode voltage elimination (CMVE) on the iron loss of electrical machine core laminations under multilevel converter supply. Three identical magnetic ring cores are excited by either a three-level T-type or five-level dual T-type voltage source converter to study the behavior of CMVE on a three-phase system. Both multilevel converters are controlled by using a space vector pulse width modulation as it is one of the most often used techniques for CMVE. In the three-level case study, the iron loss is increased by almost 5% when CMVE is implemented. These experimental results are verified numerically with a dynamic iron-loss model. Moreover, the effect of CMVE on a synchronous machine drive system is studied, in the full paper.},
  author       = {Salem Mohamed Salem, Aboubakr and Mohamed Abouelyazied Abdallh, Ahmed and Rasilo, Paavo and De Belie, Frederik and Dupré, Luc and Melkebeek, Jan},
  booktitle    = {Digest},
  isbn         = {9781479973217},
  keywords     = {Loss measurement,Iron,Magnetic cores,Space vector pulse width,odulation,Switching frequency,Topology},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Beijing, China},
  pages        = {1--1},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {The effect of common-mode voltage elimination on the iron loss in machine core laminations of multilevel drives},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/INTMAG.2015.7157775},
  year         = {2015},
}

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