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• 0.20mH ~ 68mH Rated Inductance • 0.3Amps~ 4Amps Rated Current • PCB Installation Vertical Or Horizontal ET Series Common Mode Choke/Line Filters:
The induction coil is electrically represented by an inductance in series with a resistance.
22311963 vd, vq, vfd, , Armature d-axis terminal voltage, armature q-axis terminal voltage, field winding Ef terminal voltage, field excitation voltage id, iq, ifd, ikd Armature d-axis terminal current, armature q-axis terminal current, field winding ikq, If terminal current, d-axis damper winding current, q-axis damper winding current, field current Ld, Lls, Lmd Self inductance in d-axis [p.u.], armature phase leakage inductance [p.u.], d- axis Llfd, Llkd , coupling inductance [p.u.], field winding leakage inductance [p.u.], d-axis damper Lmq Llkq winding leakage inductance [p.u.], q-axis coupling inductance [p.u.], q-axis damper winding leakage inductance [p.u.] PSYN, QSYN Active[MW] and reactive[Mvar] powers I.
High Current Power Inductor for DIP Type Inductance Range：22μH~1000μH Temperature Range：－40℃～＋125℃ DIMENSIONS(mm) Lt d.
The stator quadrature-axis current reference is 𝑖𝑞𝑠 calculated from command torque 𝑇𝑒∗ as shown in Equation (2) 𝟐𝟐 𝑳 𝑻𝒆 𝒊∗𝒒𝒔 = 𝟑 𝑷 𝑳 𝒓 (2) 𝒎 ⃒𝝍𝒓 ⃒𝒆𝒔𝒕 Where 𝐿𝑟 is the rotor inductance, 𝐿𝑚 is the mutual inductance, and ⃒𝜓𝑟 ⃒𝑒𝑠𝑡 is the estimated rotor flux linkage given by Equation (3) 𝑳 𝒊 𝒎 𝒅𝒔 ⃒𝝍𝒓 ⃒𝒆𝒔𝒕 = 𝟏+𝝉 𝒔 𝒓 2255 (3) Vol.
2231-1963 2 2 cos( r ) cos( r ) cos r 3 3 2 2 abc Labc L L cos( ) cos cos( ) sr rs sr r r r 3 3 cos( 2 ) cos( 2 ) cos r r r 3 3 2.14 where Lls = per phase stator winding leakage inductance Llr = per phase rotor winding leakage inductance Lss = self-inductance of the stator winding Lrr = self-inductance of the rotor winding Lsm = mutual inductance between stator windings Lrm = mutual inductance between rotor windings Lsr = peak value of the stator-to rotor mutual inductance From equations (2.1) to (2.6), it can be observed that the idealized IM is described by six first order differential equations, one for each winding.
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