Core Losses Analysis of a Novel 16/10 Segmented Rotor Switched Reluctance BSG Motor for HEVs Using Nonlinear Lumped Parameter Equivalent Circuit Model
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- IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, 2018, 23 (2), pp. 747 - 757
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© 1996-2012 IEEE. In this paper, a new nonlinear lumped parameter equivalent circuit model is proposed to calculate the core losses of a novel 16/10 segmented rotor switched reluctance motor (SSRM) for belt-driven starter generators. The model investigates the hysteresis, eddy current and anomalous losses by using the method of energy conservation. Four parameters are introduced in the proposed model to consider the effects of saturation and leakage flux in SSRM. They are the incremental leakage inductance, the incremental equivalent winding resistance, the incremental magnetizing inductance, and the incremental equivalent core-loss resistance. This model can overcome the hysteresis effects of winding resistance and leakage inductance on the current, and improve the accuracy of the parameters. To illustrate the advantages of the proposed model, an experiment platform is developed. Experimental results show that the proposed model can significantly improve the calculation accuracy of core losses of the SSRM. The accuracy is better than the conventional Epstein frame method. The proposed core-loss model and analysis method can be applied to other kinds of switched reluctance motors.
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