Induction Machine/Syn-Rel Two-Motor Five-Phase Series-Connected Drive

  title={Induction Machine/Syn-Rel Two-Motor Five-Phase Series-Connected Drive},
  author={Emil Levi and Martin Jones and Atif Iqbal and S. N. Vukosavic and H. A. Toliyat},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion},
Multimotor drives, based on utilization of multiphase machines, have been proposed recently. Independent vector control of all the machines of the group can be achieved while using a single multiphase voltage source inverter supply, provided that the stator windings are connected in series in an appropriate manner. The concept is applicable to any system phase number greater than or equal to five. Detailed theoretical and simulation studies have been reported for multiphase multimotor drive… CONTINUE READING


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