Abstract: A general winding design rule for the pole- phase modulation (PPM) induction machine is proposed, and three different structures, analogous as conventional winding machine, toroidal winding machine, and double- rotor toroidal winding machine, are compared. The results corroborate advantages of the conventional winding machine over the others in operation to the PPM. A steady model for the conventional winding- predicated PPM induction machine, including inductance matrices, voltages, flux liaison, mechanical dynamics, and choker equation, are deduced by employing the winding distributed function. A prototype validates the feasibility of the designed pole- changing winding and the erected model, which is suitable for operation in different poles, singly; also, it illustrates effective operation in the pole- changing process, where both operating modes attend. Double vector control algorithms are developed to control the PPM induction machine for different poles, singly, with their different parameters and the given rotor flux liaison. also, only four current sensors are demanded, indeed however there are nine winding currents; the choker share function ensures a constant choker during pole changing. The simulated and experimental results corroborate the proposed winding design, model, and control system of the PPM induction machine drive

Keywords: Induction machines, magnetic analysis, pole changing, pole-phase modulation, vector control.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.124104

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