Owing to the recent trend toward the zero-carbon emission, drive motors are gaining attention for substitute for internal combustion engine. Among them, interior permanent magnet synchronous motor(IPMSM) is being extensively used for their high-power density. Consequently, verification of safety and reliability for IPMSM is becoming an important subject. In this study, system-level simulation for IPMSM drive system under various failure modes were carried out. Fault characteristics were extracted from the phase current profile and classified by the support vector machine. It is shown that with the proposed model, faults can be detected with less cost and time-consumption.
Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor, Eccentricity, Simulation, Demagnetization, Fault Diagnosis
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