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Studies in modern high-speed traction need to develop detailed equations to formulate a complete electromechanical model that represents the dynamic coupling of electrical and mechanical phenomena. Starting from Lagrange and Park theories, and after recalling the general criteria for the setup of the two distinct mechanical and electrical subsystems, the… (More)
A new approach to the decomposition of the characteristic variables of three-phase system in Common Mode (CM) e Differential Mode (DM) variables is here presented. This decomposition illustrates an immediate physical interpretation thanks to its relation with the Clarke Transformation. Some examples that emphasize the importance of the results are also… (More)
As well known, the availability of an advanced and reliable model describing the real behavior of a physical device may strongly simplify the measurement activities devoted to its characterization. A model driven approach can meaningfully reduce the amount and the complexity of the required tests. This is very important when in field experimental activities… (More)
In this paper a distributed-constants model to predict conducted emission in three-phase asynchronous drives is presented. The model permits to derive the spectra of conducted emissions in several position of the drive system. The numeric results obtained with the proposed approach is useful to design a drive that match the EMC Normative.
A model to predict radiated emission from three-phase induction machines supplied by a voltage source inverter is proposed. Application of pulse-width-modulation (PWM) inverter source is analyzed, and a numerical example show the applicability of the approach in order to predict the radiated emission spectra.
This time, the Historical Corner hosts a very special paper. It is focused on a few documents from the archives of the University of Pavia, never published before. These concern the celebration of one hundred years since Alessandro Volta become a Professor at Pavia University (see R. Cecchini and G. Pelosi "Alessandro Volta and His Battery," IEEE Antennas… (More)