Modeling Brake Specific Fuel Consumption to Support Exploration of Doubly Fed Electric
- Michael R . Rowles
This paper deals with the use of the Doubly Fed Induction Machine (DFIM) in Electrical Naval Propulsion. The advantages of the proposed architecture are described and exploited in order to guarantee more power efficiency of this propulsion system. The two control strategies are: the Dual Stator Field Oriented Control (SFOC) and Dual Direct Torque Control. The load torque propeller model is developed and the Saber simulation results of all system are presented and discussed. The methodology called “pseudo experimentation” is used to validate the performances of the system.