This paper proposes the analysis of the induction motor, including both three-phase and single-phase machine, combining a set of finite element simulations with an analytical model. This strategy proves to be rapid and accurate at the same time. Experimental tests on some induction motors confirm the accuracy of the prediction achieved by the proposed analysis. The choice of specific quantities releases the results from the actual motor length and extends them to any motor adopting the same lamination and winding arrangement.

A rapid prediction of IM performance using a combined analytical and finite element analysis

ALBERTI, LUIGI;BIANCHI, NICOLA;BOLOGNANI, SILVERIO
2007

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This paper proposes the analysis of the induction motor, including both three-phase and single-phase machine, combining a set of finite element simulations with an analytical model. This strategy proves to be rapid and accurate at the same time. Experimental tests on some induction motors confirm the accuracy of the prediction achieved by the proposed analysis. The choice of specific quantities releases the results from the actual motor length and extends them to any motor adopting the same lamination and winding arrangement.
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