Performance Analysis of Switched Reluctance Motor Based on Maxwell and Simplorer
Chengchao Hua, Ping Xu, Qishuang Ma, Wei Ye
School of Automation Science and Electrical Engineering, Beihang University
Beijing, 100191, China
Switched reluctance motors (SRM) have many differences between traditional motors in performance analysis because of the special structure. First, the characteristics and structure parameters with large influence on the performance of SRM is discussed. Then a method for modeling and simulation of SRM system based on Maxwell and Simplorer is proposed. Finite element model of SRM with different structure parameters is created and calculated in Maxwell 2D. The power converter and control circuit are established based on Simplorer. At last, the simulation results are presented to analyze performance of SRM with different structure parameters.
Keywords— Switched Reluctance Machine, Maxwell, Simplorer, Structure parameters, Performance Analysis
A dynamic simulation model based on Maxwell 2D and Simplorer is adopted in this paper to analyze the performance of SRM. The finite element models with different structure parameters are built in the Maxwell 2D. The power inverter and control circuit of SRM are built in Simplorer environment. The variation parameters speed PI control and the Current Chopped Control are used. Two performance indicators are proposed which correspond to overload capability and torque ripple to analyze the dynamic performance of SRM. The results not only show that structure parameters have strong influence on the performance of SRM, but also provides a thought for the design and optimization of the motor.
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