Samad Taghipour Boroujeni

Shahrekord University, Sahr-e Kord, Chahār Maḩāll va Bakhtīārī, Iran

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Publications (2)3.63 Total impact

  • Luigi Alberti, Nicola Bianchi, Samad Taghipour Boroujeni
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    ABSTRACT: Purpose – To purpose of this paper is to introduce a procedure to compute the d- and q-axis parameters of the induction motor. Design/methodology/approach – A finite element procedure, based on the d- and q-axis model of the induction motor is adopted. Findings – Such a procedure is well suited to analyse IM with anisotropic rotor, where an intentionally created saliency is introduced in the rotor bar geometry, so as to detect the IM rotor position without sensor. Originality/value – The proposed procedure allows one to evaluate the sensorless control capability of the IM. It will be useful for both analysis of the IM performance and design of the machine itself.
    COMPEL International Journal of Computations and Mathematics in Electrical 12/2011; 31(1):191-205. · 0.28 Impact Factor
  • S.T. Boroujeni, N. Bianchi, L. Alberti
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    ABSTRACT: This paper compares two methods to compute the parameters of a line-start synchronous reluctance (LSSR) machine, by means of finite element analysis. In both methods, both the impact of the skin effect on the rotor parameters and the impact of saturation on magnetizing inductances are taken into account. The first method is based on an equivalent single-phase model of the machine. A pulsating flux is imposed along the d- and q-axes separately, so as to compute the machine parameters along both d- and q-axes. Magnetizing inductances are achieved as a function of the flux, and the rotor resistances and leakage inductances are obtained as a function of rotor frequency. The second method is based on the d-q axis model of the LSSR machine. A rotating magnetic field is imposed, and the d-q axis parameters are estimated simultaneously from the field solution. In addition, such a method allows the cross-saturation to be considered as well.
    IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 04/2011; · 3.35 Impact Factor