Modélisation des machines par circuits couplés pour l'observation des courants de barres au rotor

Authors: Gbegbe, Zihewo Anicette
Advisor: Cros, Jérôme
Abstract: This work presents a fast high-order model able to model a rotor configuration in full cage or grid, reproduce bar currents and consider the space harmonics. The model is based on a Combination of Finite Element method and Coupled Circuits. Indeed, the calculation of inductances is performed with magnetostatic finite element resolutions which gives to the model an advanced accuracy.This method offers a significant gain in computing time on finite element for transient simulations. Two simulation tools are developed, one in time domain for dynamic resolutions and another in phasor domain whose application on StandStill Frequency response (SSFR) is also presented. The model construction method is described in detail as well as the modeling procedure of the rotor circuit. The model is validated by the study of synchronous machines: a laboratory machine of 5.4 KVA and a large hydrogenerator of 109 MVA whose experimental measurements are compared to the model simulation results for tests such as no-load, three-phase and two-phase short circuit and also a load test.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2016
Open Access Date: 24 April 2018
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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