Stator Winding Fault Diagnosis Method Based on Dc Side Current of Inverter

Jialin Wang, Yang Yin

Abstract


This paper analyzes the influence of the fundamental negative sequence component of the grid voltage on the output voltage of the variable frequency power supply, and points out that the fundamental negative sequence component of the grid voltage will not generate the fundamental negative sequence current component in the stator current of the induction motor, so when the stator winding fault is diagnosed, the influence of the negative sequence voltage of the grid does not need to be compensated. Based on the characteristic that the fundamental negative sequence current component in the stator current is converted into two times of the inverter output frequency component in the DC side current of the inverter, a stator fault diagnosis method based on the DC side current of the inverter is proposed. The method of connecting the short-circuit resistance between the two phases of the motor is used to simulate the nonmetallic short-circuit fault of the stator coil. The experimental results show that this method does not need to compensate the negative sequence voltage, and only needs to collect one current signal, and the algorithm is relatively simple, which is a simple and effective method.


DOI
10.12783/dteees/peees2020/35486

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