Rеvuе des Energies Renouvelables
Volume 21, Numéro 4, Pages 521-528

A Six-phase Series-connected Two-motor Drive With Decoupled Dynamic Control Supplied By A Three-level Six-phase Inverter

Authors : Bessaad T. . Taleb R. . Chabni F. . Belboula A. .


This paper presents independent vector control of six-phase two-motor drive machine series-connected fed by a three-level six-phase inverter. Via appropriate phase transposition during the series connection of the stator windings, the fully decoupled control of the two machines is possible. The control system multi machines classic based on vector control with conventional inverters comprise various problems are related to low power quality, pressure on motor bearing, etc. However, decoupling control of a series- six-phase two-motor drive machine by a three-level six-phase inverter is developed. A simulations results clearly shows the possibility of independent vector control of the two machines, although a single three-level six-phase inverter is used as the supply.


Multiphase machines, Six-phase, Vector control, Three-level six-phase inverter.

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