Simulación y Análisis de una Máquina de Inducción de Flujo Axial (Simulation and Analysis of an Axial Flux Induction Machine)

Mario Alejandro Tapia Montero (mariotapia@udec.cl)1, Alvaro Ernesto Hoffer Garcés (ahoffer@udec.cl)1, Juan Antonio Tapia Ladino (juan.tapia@udec.cl)1, Rogel Rodolfo Wallace Collao (rwallace@udec.cl)1


1Universidad de Concepción

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: July 2017
Volume: 15,   Issue: 7 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
This paper presents an analytical and numerical evaluation of a single-stator, single rotor axial-flux induction prototype, with squirrel cage made of copper. Additionally a set of experimental test are carried out to validate those models. In order to estimate the magnetizing current required for the motor the Carter factor is calculated for different airgap lengths. Traditional equivalent circuit is used to compute operational conditions, based on parameters calculated by rotor locked and no-load tests parameters of a three-phase machine. Finite element analysis is used to verify the motor performance showing close agreement between them.

Index Terms:
Axial flux machine, carter factor, finite element method, induction machine   


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