Brushless Exciter Modeling for Small Salient Pole Alternators Using Finite Elements

@article{Darabi2002BrushlessEM,
  title={Brushless Exciter Modeling for Small Salient Pole Alternators Using Finite Elements},
  author={A. Darabi and Craig Tindall},
  journal={IEEE Power Engineering Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={22},
  pages={56-56}
}
The self and mutual inductances of an exciter for a genset altemator are estimated for different rotor angular positions by the use of finite element (FE) techniques. These inductances, which are described by complex functions, are measured using a stationary test and compared with calculated values. A real-time computer model for the exciter, the load, and the diode bridge mounted on the rotor is proposed, and a sample of performance prediction and measurement for a specific transient… CONTINUE READING

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