Dynamic eigenvalue analysis of a self-excited induction generator feeding an induction motor

Sung Chun Kuo, Li Wang

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Abstract

This paper presents both transient responses and dynamic stability of an isolated self-excited induction generator (SEIG) supplying an induction motor load. The d-q axis small-signal induction-machine models based on stationary and synchronously rotating reference frames are employed to calculate system eigenvalues versus time under different operating conditions. A nonlinear magnetizing curve of the studied SEIG is represented by an arctangent continuous function to replace piecewise linear approximations or a polynomial, and the cross saturation effect in the SEIG can be easily included. From the analyzed results, the proposed method can give a clear investigation on system dynamic behavior from the viewpoint of small-signal stability. The experimental results obtained from laboratory induction machines confirm the validity of the proposed approach.

Original languageEnglish
Pages1393-1397
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - 2001 Dec 1
Event2001 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting - Columbus, OH, United States
Duration: 2001 Jan 282001 Feb 1

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Other2001 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityColumbus, OH
Period01-01-2801-02-01

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Asynchronous generators
Induction motors
Transient analysis
Dynamical systems
Polynomials

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  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Kuo, S. C., & Wang, L. (2001). Dynamic eigenvalue analysis of a self-excited induction generator feeding an induction motor. 1393-1397. Paper presented at 2001 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, Columbus, OH, United States.
Kuo, Sung Chun ; Wang, Li. / Dynamic eigenvalue analysis of a self-excited induction generator feeding an induction motor. Paper presented at 2001 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, Columbus, OH, United States.5 p.
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Kuo, SC & Wang, L 2001, 'Dynamic eigenvalue analysis of a self-excited induction generator feeding an induction motor' Paper presented at 2001 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, Columbus, OH, United States, 01-01-28 - 01-02-01, pp. 1393-1397.

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2001. 1393-1397 Paper presented at 2001 IEEE Power Engineering Society Winter Meeting, Columbus, OH, United States.

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