- مبلغ: ۸۶,۰۰۰ تومان
- مبلغ: ۹۱,۰۰۰ تومان
Conventional machine stator open-phase fault detection methods rely on the detection of current harmonics from the sensing of phase currents. Because the magnitudes of current harmonics are proportional to the machine load condition, it is a challenge for the phase fault detection at light load condition when fault induced current harmonics are too small to detect. This paper proposes an improved stator phase fault detection for permanent magnet (PM) machines based on the use of neutral point (NP) in Y-connected windings. It is shown that a first-order voltage harmonic is resultant once the open-phase fault occurs. Comparing to prior detection methods based on the current measurement, the fault detection using NP voltage is insensitive to the load condition because the proposed fault signal is induced by the voltage unbalance due to the openphase. In addition considering the fault tolerant control, a singlephase drive is developed by connecting the machine NP to one of the inverter legs. The machine can drive at the most efficient condition using standard three-leg inverters under phase fault. A 50-W PM machine with the accessible NP is used to evaluate the proposed open-phase fault detection and tolerant control method.