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Design and Implementation of Series Field Converter for Doubly Salient Reluctance Motor

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  • Power Electronics and Drives, VIT University - Chennai Campus, Chennai - 600127, Tamil Nadu, India
  • School of Electrical Engineering, VIT University - Chennai Campus, Chennai - 600127, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Background/Objectives: This paper deals with the design and implementation of Series Field Converter (SFC) for Doubly Salient Reluctance Motor (DSRM). Methods/Statistical Analysis: SFC is developed to reduce the total power loss by reducing the components. By including Resistive-Capacitive-Diode (RCD) snubber the losses are decreased and regenerative operation is provided. Findings: The RCD snubber is used to suppress the high voltage spike which occurs on the collector of the IGBT during turn ON and turn OFF period of the switch. Applications: The designed converter can be used for all types of reluctance motor.

Keywords

Bifilar Winding, Doubly Salient Reluctance Motor, RCD Snubber, Series Field Converter.

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