Among the multiphase solutions, multi-three-phase drives are experiencing significant industrial development since they can be configured as multiple three-phase units operating in parallel. The literature reports several control approaches to perform the torque regulation of multi-three-phase machines. Most of such solutions use the vector space decomposition (VSD) approach since it allows the control of a multi-three-phase machine using the conventional control schemes of three-phase drives, reducing the complexity of the control algorithm. However, this advantage is practically lost in the case of open-three-phase faults. Indeed, the post-fault operation of the VSD-based drive schemes requires the implementation of additional control modules, often specifically designed for the machine under consideration. Therefore, this paper aims at proposing a novel control approach that allows using any control scheme developed for three-phase motors to perform the torque regulation of a multi-three-phase machine both in healthy and faulty operation. In this way, the previously mentioned drawbacks of the VSD-based control schemes in dealing with the machine's faulty operation are avoided. Moreover, the simplicity of the control algorithm is always preserved regardless of the machine operating condition. The proposed solution has been experimentally validated through a 12-phase induction motor, rated 10 kW at 6000 r/min, which uses a quadruple-three-phase configuration of the stator winding.

Fault-Tolerant Torque Control Based on Common and Differential Mode Modeling for Multi-Three-Phase Induction Machines / Rubino, S.; Armando, E.; Bojoi, R.; Zarri, L.. - ELETTRONICO. - (2021), pp. 1-8. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2021 IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference, IEMDC 2021 tenutosi a USA nel 2021 [10.1109/IEMDC47953.2021.9449509].

Fault-Tolerant Torque Control Based on Common and Differential Mode Modeling for Multi-Three-Phase Induction Machines

Rubino S.;Armando E.;Bojoi R.;
2021

Abstract

Among the multiphase solutions, multi-three-phase drives are experiencing significant industrial development since they can be configured as multiple three-phase units operating in parallel. The literature reports several control approaches to perform the torque regulation of multi-three-phase machines. Most of such solutions use the vector space decomposition (VSD) approach since it allows the control of a multi-three-phase machine using the conventional control schemes of three-phase drives, reducing the complexity of the control algorithm. However, this advantage is practically lost in the case of open-three-phase faults. Indeed, the post-fault operation of the VSD-based drive schemes requires the implementation of additional control modules, often specifically designed for the machine under consideration. Therefore, this paper aims at proposing a novel control approach that allows using any control scheme developed for three-phase motors to perform the torque regulation of a multi-three-phase machine both in healthy and faulty operation. In this way, the previously mentioned drawbacks of the VSD-based control schemes in dealing with the machine's faulty operation are avoided. Moreover, the simplicity of the control algorithm is always preserved regardless of the machine operating condition. The proposed solution has been experimentally validated through a 12-phase induction motor, rated 10 kW at 6000 r/min, which uses a quadruple-three-phase configuration of the stator winding.
2021
978-1-6654-0510-2
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