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Automated Inductance Measurement of a Switched Reluctance Motor Using Voltage Integration Method
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Automated Inductance Measurement of a Switched Reluctance Motor Using Voltage Integration Method
Noh, Jeongmin; Kim, Jaehyuck;
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This paper describes the accurate inductance measurement of a switched reluctance motor (SRM). Conventionally, the inductance of the SRM is measured using the equivalent circuit of a stator phase or time constant of exponential current transient. This paper presents an effective method to measure the SRM inductance accurately and rapidly using automated voltage integration. The proposed method is validated experimentally by comparison with the existing equivalent circuit method (ECM) and the FEA(finite element analysis) simulation.
Inductance measurement;Switched reluctance motor;Voltage integration method;
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