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ANALYSIS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC BEHAVIOR IN SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR FOR THE APPLICATION OF INTEGRATED AIR CONDITIONER ON-BOARD CHARGER SYSTEM

By J. Liang, L. Jian, G. Xu, and Z. Shao

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Abstract:
In order to achieve low cost and compact design, it becomes more and more popular to integrate the circuit of the on-board charger into other power electronic circuits existing in EVs. In this paper an integrated air conditioner on-board charger system based on switched reluctance motor (SRM) was proposed, and the electromagnetic behavior occurring in the SRM when working in the charging mode was investigated. Three charging patterns, viz. single-phase charging, double-phase charging and triple-phase charging were analyzed. The specific rotor positions for which the rotor can be kept still when injecting charging currents to the armature windings were identified. The optimal design for maximizing the keeping-still capability was conducted. The power losses occurring in the SRM when working in charging mode were estimated.

Citation:
J. Liang, L. Jian, G. Xu, and Z. Shao, "Analysis of Electromagnetic Behavior in Switched Reluctance Motor for the Application of Integrated Air Conditioner on-Board Charger System," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 124, 347-364, 2012.
doi:10.2528/PIER11112501
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=11112501

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