An efficient, simplified multiple-coupled circuit model of the induction motor aimed to simulate different types of stator faults

@article{Bouzid2013AnES,
  title={An efficient, simplified multiple-coupled circuit model of the induction motor aimed to simulate different types of stator faults},
  author={Monia Ben Khader Bouzid and G{\'e}rard Champenois},
  journal={Mathematics and Computers in Simulation},
  year={2013},
  volume={90},
  pages={98-115}
}
This paper proposes an original simplified model aimed to simulate, an easy way, inter turns short circuit fault, phase to phase fault and phase to ground fault. In this model, the stator is considered as six magnetically coupled windings and the rotor as three not magnetically coupled R–L circuits. The paper also presents the starand delta-connected stator configurations of the simplified model. However, the proposed simplified model is suitable only for steady-state operation. The performance… CONTINUE READING
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