In this article, a mixed current-flux d-q modeling of a saturated compensated six-phase self-excited induction generator (SP-SEIG) is adopted during the analysis. Modeling equations include two independent variables namely stator current and magnetizing flux rather than single independent variables either current or flux. Mixed modeling with stator current and magnetizing flux is simple by having only four saturation elements and beneficial in study of both stator and rotor parameters. Performance equations for the given machine utilize the steady-state saturated magnetizing inductance (Lm) and dynamic inductance (L). Validation of the analytical approach was in good agreement along with three-phase resistive or resistive-inductive loading and also determined the relevant improvement in voltage regulation of machine using series capacitor compensation schemes.
Part of the book: Electric Power Conversion