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Xiao-yan Huang

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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE A 2015 Vol.16 No.8 P.607-615

http://doi.org/10.1631/jzus.A1400284


A combined simulation of high speed train permanent magnet traction system using dynamic reluctance mesh model and Simulink


Author(s):  Xiao-yan Huang, Jian-cheng Zhang, Chuan-ming Sun, Zhang-wen Huang, Qin-fen Lu, You-tong Fang, Li Yao

Affiliation(s):  1School of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310027, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   luqinfen@zju.edu.cn

Key Words:  Permanent magnet traction system, Dynamic reluctance mesh model, Dynamic parameter model (DPM), High speed train, Maximum torque per ampere control


Xiao-yan Huang, Jian-cheng Zhang, Chuan-ming Sun, Zhang-wen Huang, Qin-fen Lu, You-tong Fang, Li Yao. A combined simulation of high speed train permanent magnet traction system using dynamic reluctance mesh model and Simulink[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science A, 2015, 16(8): 607-615.

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Abstract: 
This paper presents a combined dynamic parameter model (DPM) of a high speed train permanent magnet traction system using a dynamic reluctance mesh model and MATLAB Simulink. First, the dynamic reluctance model of the permanent magnet synchronous motor is introduced. Then the combined models of the traction system under id=0 and maximum torque per ampere control are built. Simulations using both constant parameter models and DPM models are carried out. The speed and torque characteristics are obtained. The results confirm that the DPM model provides higher accuracy without much sacrifice of time consumption or computation resource.

The paper presents usability of combined use of dynamic parameter model of PM motor and SIMULINK model of the high speed PM motor traction system under two different control modes (id=0 and MTPA control mode). Dynamic reluctance mesh model (DRMM) is used for the determination of the PM motor parameters under different conditions. Determined variation of the motor parameters is stored in the form of look-up table and used in the SIMULINK model of the PM motor traction system. The work can be interesting for the researchers in the field.

基于动态磁网络和Simulink的高速铁路牵引传动系统联合仿真

目的:提出基于动态磁网络和Simulink的高速铁路牵引传动系统的动态参数模型,提高高速铁路牵引传动系统仿真分析的准确度。
方法:将动态磁网络计算得出的动态参数LdLq等以查表的形式嵌入Simulink模型,有效地实现动态 参数。
结论:该动态参数模型能在不显著增加仿真运算量和仿真时间的条件下有效地提高计算的准确度。

关键词:高速铁路牵引传动系统;永磁电机;动态参数模型;动态磁网络;Simulink

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