Electerical Engineering, University of Tabriz
Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Tehran
In order to obtain more accurate predicted dynamic steady-state performance with shorter computation time, an available mathematical model is modified and presented. Using this modified model, performance of a typical switched reluctance motor (SRM) under a wide range of variations of operating conditions is obtained and discussed. These include variations of speed, voltage, load and switching angle. The static test characteristics of the motor are carefully measured and the measured flux-linkage data are then used to predict the steady-state performance.