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Generation of multisinusoidal test signals for the identification of synchronous machine parameters by using a voltage-source inverter

Tine Vandoorn (UGent) , Frederik De Belie (UGent) , Thomas Vyncke (UGent) , Jan Melkebeek (UGent) and Philippe Lataire
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With the standstill frequency-response (SSFR) test, accurate electrical-machine models can be identified. However, it can be a time-consuming method, particularly in case the machine has to be identified at low frequencies. To shorten the required time for identification, in this paper, the response on a broadband signal is measured, resulting in a multisine SSFR test. To generate the broadband signal, a high-power linear amplifier can be applied as a waveform generator. As this signal generator is not commonly available in the field, the application of a voltage-source inverter (VSI) is discussed. The multisine SSFR test with a VSI allows swift evaluation of the influence of frequency, saturation, and cross saturation on the q- and d-axis parameters with a signal generator that is often already available to control the machine. Extensive measurements are performed on several permanent-magnet synchronous machines and the method can be extended to synchronous machines with rotor-field winding. By applying a switching converter instead of a linear amplifier, it can be expected that the identification results are affected by the switching actions. Therefore, multisine SSFR tests with either a VSI or a high-power linear amplifier as well as conventional tests as described in the IEEE standard are performed, and the results are compared.
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frequency response, inverters, rotating machine testing, impedance measurement, STATOR, INDUCTANCE, INJECTION, DRIVES, SATURATION, INDUCTION-MOTORS, SENSORLESS CONTROL, ONLINE IDENTIFICATION, FREQUENCY-RESPONSE TESTS, parameter estimation, permanent magnet machines, pulse width modulation

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Vandoorn, Tine, Frederik De Belie, Thomas Vyncke, Jan Melkebeek, and Philippe Lataire. 2010. “Generation of Multisinusoidal Test Signals for the Identification of Synchronous Machine Parameters by Using a Voltage-source Inverter.” Ieee Transactions on Industrial Electronics 57 (1): 430–439.
APA
Vandoorn, T., De Belie, F., Vyncke, T., Melkebeek, J., & Lataire, P. (2010). Generation of multisinusoidal test signals for the identification of synchronous machine parameters by using a voltage-source inverter. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS, 57(1), 430–439. Presented at the International Conference on Electrical Machines.
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Vandoorn T, De Belie F, Vyncke T, Melkebeek J, Lataire P. Generation of multisinusoidal test signals for the identification of synchronous machine parameters by using a voltage-source inverter. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS. 2010;57(1):430–9.
MLA
Vandoorn, Tine, Frederik De Belie, Thomas Vyncke, et al. “Generation of Multisinusoidal Test Signals for the Identification of Synchronous Machine Parameters by Using a Voltage-source Inverter.” IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS 57.1 (2010): 430–439. Print.
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  abstract     = {With the standstill frequency-response (SSFR) test, accurate electrical-machine models can be identified. However, it can be a time-consuming method, particularly in case the machine has to be identified at low frequencies. To shorten the required time for identification, in this paper, the response on a broadband signal is measured, resulting in a multisine SSFR test. To generate the broadband signal, a high-power linear amplifier can be applied as a waveform generator. As this signal generator is not commonly available in the field, the application of a voltage-source inverter (VSI) is discussed. The multisine SSFR test with a VSI allows swift evaluation of the influence of frequency, saturation, and cross saturation on the q- and d-axis parameters with a signal generator that is often already available to control the machine. Extensive measurements are performed on several permanent-magnet synchronous machines and the method can be extended to synchronous machines with rotor-field winding. By applying a switching converter instead of a linear amplifier, it can be expected that the identification results are affected by the switching actions. Therefore, multisine SSFR tests with either a VSI or a high-power linear amplifier as well as conventional tests as described in the IEEE standard are performed, and the results are compared.},
  author       = {Vandoorn, Tine and De Belie, Frederik and Vyncke, Thomas and Melkebeek, Jan and Lataire, Philippe},
  issn         = {0278-0046},
  journal      = {IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS},
  keyword      = {frequency response,inverters,rotating machine testing,impedance measurement,STATOR,INDUCTANCE,INJECTION,DRIVES,SATURATION,INDUCTION-MOTORS,SENSORLESS CONTROL,ONLINE IDENTIFICATION,FREQUENCY-RESPONSE TESTS,parameter estimation,permanent magnet machines,pulse width modulation},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Vilamoura, Portugal},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {430--439},
  title        = {Generation of multisinusoidal test signals for the identification of synchronous machine parameters by using a voltage-source inverter},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TIE.2009.2031135},
  volume       = {57},
  year         = {2010},
}

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