On the mathematical saturated models of dual stator squirrel-cage induction machine

Y. Babaoğlu 1, C. P. Çarkçı 1, S. Erkoç 2, *, F. Karaca 1

  1. Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Erzincan University, Erzincan, Turkey
  2. Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey


In this research, the mathematical saturated models of dual stator squirrel-cage induction machine are presented, which are formulated in both phase coordinate system and in general transformed space vector form. The two types of models of dual stator induction motor are considered. The proposed model takes into account the effect of magnetic saturation, the stator mutual leakage inductance between two stars and the skin effect. Some preliminary simulation and experimental test results, carried out on a prototype of dual star induction machine operating as generator and supplying various loads under different conditions, are presented and discussed.


Dual stator induction machines, Modeling analysis, Stator mutual leakage inductance, Cross saturation

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Received 2 November 2017, Received in revised form 28 January 2018, Accepted 28 January 2018

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Babaoğlu Y, Çarkçı CP, Erkoç S, and Karaca F (2018). On the mathematical saturated models of dual stator squirrel-cage induction machine. Annals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 1(3): 1-5

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