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230 – 6-Phase SPM Motor Inverter Fault Simulation

Overview

In recent years, multiphase design has been adopted for automotive motors due to the merits of cost reduction and improvement in functions.
For example, for power supplies there are 6-phase motors with 3-phase double windings that use two inverters, having a 30 deg phase shift in electrical angle. From this, by using multiple inverters, enhanced redundancy of the in-vehicle motor system is achieved. The motor system can be stopped safely without falling to be in an uncontrollable state even if a failure occurs in a part of an inverter. However, circuit simulation is necessary to accurately evaluate safety.

When an inverter malfunctions, from overcurrent flowing and from the range of the magnetic field in and around the steel plate where the magnetization properties are nonlinear, inductance exhibits nonlinear behavior as well. Because of this, a highly accurate plant model cannot be created using only linear methods. In JMAG, it is possible to create a plant model that models actual motors in detail taking into account magnetic saturation characteristics and spatial harmonics exhibited in motors.
In this example, a JMAG-RT model of a 6-phase SPM is loaded into a control/circuit simulator, and circuit simulation for an inverter failure is carried out.

Control Circuit

The control circuit is shown in Fig. 1. A command value of current amplitude of 8 Apeak and current phase of 0 deg is used, and the voltage command value is sent to the motor via the inverter. Inverter 1 is connected to the U1, V1, and W1 phase terminals, and inverter 2 is connected to the U2, V2, and W2 phase terminals. In addition, a fault alarm is set to go off at 0.02 sec after the start of simulation execution.

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