INCIPIENT SHORT CIRCUIT FAULT IMPACT ON SERVICE CONTINUITY OF AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE PROPELLED BY DUAL INDUCTION MOTORS STRUCTURE

Authors

  • SALAH-YAHIA CHERIF LSP-IE’2000 Laboratory, Electrical Engineering department, University of Batna 2, 05000
  • DJAMEL BENOUDJIT Health and Safety Institute, University of Batna 2, 53 route de Constantine, 05078, Batna
  • MOHAMED-SAID NAIT-SAID LSP-IE’2000 Laboratory, Electrical Engineering department, University of Batna 2, 05000
  • NASREDDINE NAIT-SAID LSP-IE’2000 Laboratory, Electrical Engineering department, University of Batna 2, 05000

Keywords:

Induction motor, Backstepping control, Turn-to-turn fault, Electric Vehicle, Propulsion Structure

Abstract

The short circuit is among one of the most dangerous electrical faults in induction motors, which leads to serious implications on the motor operation and its performance. The present paper deals with the influence of the stator short circuit fault in its early stage in terms of performances and service continuity of an electric vehicle (EV) using a dual induction motor’s structure piloted by Backstepping control. An equivalent induction motor model with turn-to-turn fault on one stator phase, without already assuming the temperature effect through an intrinsic model, is investigated and thereafter its impacts on electric vehicle performance using simulation tests are presented and discussed.

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30.09.2022

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Électrotechnique et électroénergétique / Electrical and Power Engineering