Sensitivity Analysis of the Dynamic Behavior of a Salient-Pole Synchronous Machine Considering the Static Rotor Eccentricity Effect

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I. Albino Padilla
D. Olguín Salinas
A. Román Messina

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This paper presents the sensitivity analysis of the behavior of a synchronous machine using the winding functiontheory considering the effect of static air-gap eccentricity. The winding function theory as a method to calculate theinductances of synchronous machines from the geometry and the actual arranging of the windings is presented. Then,detailed numerical simulations are carried out to examine the impact of eccentricity on the steady state regimes. Theimportant role of static eccentricity and its links with various symmetrical and asymmetrical operating conditions arediscussed as well as its influence on the machine parameters and performance are investigated. Experimental andanalytical parameter results are presented for a 60 Hz, six-pole laboratory synchronous machine connected to aninfinite bus under various static eccentricity conditions.

 

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Albino Padilla, I., Olguín Salinas, D., & Román Messina, A. (2012). Sensitivity Analysis of the Dynamic Behavior of a Salient-Pole Synchronous Machine Considering the Static Rotor Eccentricity Effect. Journal of Applied Research and Technology, 10(5). https://doi.org/10.22201/icat.16656423.2012.10.5.363