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This paper develops and analyzes a parametric
model for simulating healthy and faulty surface-mounted permanent magnet synchronous motors. It allows studying the effects of
stator winding interturn short-circuit faults. A relevant feature of the developed model is that it deals with spatial harmonics due to a nonsinusoidal rotor permanent magnet configuration. Additionally,
the proposed model is valid for studying the behavior of these machines running under nonstationary conditions, including load
or speed variations. Stator current spectra obtained from simulations performed by applying the proposed model show a close
similitude with experimental results, highlighting the potential of such a model to understand the effects of stator winding failures on the current spectrum and allowing it to carry out an automatic
diagnosis of such faults.
CitationRomeral, L. [et al.]. Modeling of surface-mounted permanent magnet synchronous motors with stator winding inter-turn faults. "IEEE transactions on industrial electronics", 29 Maig 2011, vol. 58, núm. 5, p. 1576-1585.
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