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Space vector model of an induction machine with two independently controllable shafts based on the DUOMOTOR® principle

Space vector model of an induction machine with two independently controllable shafts based on the DUOMOTOR® principle,10.1109/CCECE.2002.1015227,Eric

Space vector model of an induction machine with two independently controllable shafts based on the DUOMOTOR® principle  
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The DUOMOTOR consists of one stator and two unilateral bearing rotors which are controlled independently of each other. The utilized rotors are either squirrel-cage induction or permanent magnet synchronous types. The paper describes the space vector model, the field oriented control and the losses of the machine which combines an induction and a permanent magnet synchronous rotor. The proposed models of both machine parts take into account additional space harmonics in the stator MMF distribution caused by the two independent machine parts.
Conference: Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering - CCECE , vol. 1, pp. 268-273 vol.1, 2002
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