## What is/are Multiphase Induction?

Multiphase Induction - Multiphase induction machine modelling represents a crucial research topic for both machine control and performance evaluation purposes.^{[1]}The proposed technique focuses on the online estimations of multiplane rotor resistances for the multiphase induction machine operating under the flux-oriented frame.

^{[2]}Pole-phase modulation based multiphase induction motor (PPMIM) drives possess the capability of providing an extended range of speed-torque for high power traction application with the available additional degrees of freedom in the multiphase machine.

^{[3]}Pole Phase Modulated Multiphase Induction motor provides wide torque speed range as it can be operated in different modes that are equivalent to gear mode operation of an IC engine Vehicle.

^{[4]}The concept of multiphase induction motor is been discussedin this paper with new proposed topology of direct angle control (DTC) method with the enhanced slip angle control method.

^{[5]}The multiphase induction motor can be a highly preferable choice for the EV application, where the reliability and safety of passengers are one of the major concerns.

^{[6]}This article presents a postfault control algorithm that minimizes the stator Joule losses in multiphase induction machines under an open-phase fault and for different star connection layouts.

^{[7]}In multiphase induction motor drives, lowering the common-mode voltage (CMV) reduces motor insulation degradation and the existence of destructive bearing current.

^{[8]}Multiphase Induction Motors (MIMs) are increasingly gaining attention in recent years.

^{[9]}This paper focuses on the loss estimation for the multiphase induction machine (IM) operating under fault-tolerant conditions through the field–circuit coupling finite element method (FEM).

^{[10]}Finite-control-set model predictive control (MPC) including virtual/synthetic voltage vectors (VVs) has been recently proposed for the high-performance regulation of multiphase induction motor drives.

^{[11]}In this project, a Pole Phase Modulated (PPM) multiphase induction motor drive is developed for gearless electric vehicle applications.

^{[12]}The multiphase induction motor (MIM) suffers the problems of unsmoothness and slow dynamic response during the process of electronic pole-changing.

^{[13]}The development of new control techniques for multiphase induction machines (IMs) has become a point of great interest to exploit the advantages of these machines compared to three-phase topology, for example, the reduced phase currents and lower harmonic contents.

^{[14]}To resolve this, for some specific high power application multiphase induction motor drive found suitable alternative.

^{[15]}When the switching table-based DTC with higher phase (leg) and level is implemented for multiphase induction motor, the switching table becomes more accurate for different types of loading.

^{[16]}novel non-sinusoidal power supply control strategy for multiphase induction machine (IM) is presented in this paper.

^{[17]}Generally in these days multiphase induction machines are used in industries to meet the demand of high output power.

^{[18]}In this paper, the operation of a multiphase induction machine during open phase fault is examined, and the fundamental factors affecting its performance are discussed.

^{[19]}This paper introduces a method which can accurately transfer active and reactive power between sets of three-phase windings of a multiphase induction machine.

^{[20]}Multiphase induction machines have the advantage of producing torque under different current harmonics.

^{[21]}The superior fault-tolerant capability is one of the most significant advantages of multiphase induction machines.

^{[22]}Multiphase induction drive is gaining popularity in last decade because of reliability, less harmonics and fault-tolerant capability.

^{[23]}The operation and control of multiphase induction motor drive under faulty condition is a big challenging task in the present day.

^{[24]}Multiphase induction motors has some advantages for drive systems such as transportation, propulsion and reliable electric vehicles.

^{[25]}Self-starting and operation of multiphase induction motor drives under some open phases are considered the most important features of this drives.

^{[26]}Received: 22 June 2019 Accepted: 5 September 2019 The unbalance between parameters of multiphase induction motors is mainly resulted from the variation in the first-phase resistance of stator and rotor.

^{[27]}The advancement in power electronics enhanced the use of multiphase induction machines (IM) in many industrial applications.

^{[28]}Considering control loops for all the independent SCs, an enhanced rotor field-oriented control fault-tolerant strategy is proposed for symmetrical multiphase induction machines (IMs) with any phase number m.

^{[29]}The paper presents the analysis of different fault states in drive systems with multiphase induction motors.

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## multiphase induction motor

Pole-phase modulation based multiphase induction motor (PPMIM) drives possess the capability of providing an extended range of speed-torque for high power traction application with the available additional degrees of freedom in the multiphase machine.^{[1]}Pole Phase Modulated Multiphase Induction motor provides wide torque speed range as it can be operated in different modes that are equivalent to gear mode operation of an IC engine Vehicle.

^{[2]}The concept of multiphase induction motor is been discussedin this paper with new proposed topology of direct angle control (DTC) method with the enhanced slip angle control method.

^{[3]}The multiphase induction motor can be a highly preferable choice for the EV application, where the reliability and safety of passengers are one of the major concerns.

^{[4]}In multiphase induction motor drives, lowering the common-mode voltage (CMV) reduces motor insulation degradation and the existence of destructive bearing current.

^{[5]}Multiphase Induction Motors (MIMs) are increasingly gaining attention in recent years.

^{[6]}Finite-control-set model predictive control (MPC) including virtual/synthetic voltage vectors (VVs) has been recently proposed for the high-performance regulation of multiphase induction motor drives.

^{[7]}In this project, a Pole Phase Modulated (PPM) multiphase induction motor drive is developed for gearless electric vehicle applications.

^{[8]}The multiphase induction motor (MIM) suffers the problems of unsmoothness and slow dynamic response during the process of electronic pole-changing.

^{[9]}To resolve this, for some specific high power application multiphase induction motor drive found suitable alternative.

^{[10]}When the switching table-based DTC with higher phase (leg) and level is implemented for multiphase induction motor, the switching table becomes more accurate for different types of loading.

^{[11]}The operation and control of multiphase induction motor drive under faulty condition is a big challenging task in the present day.

^{[12]}Multiphase induction motors has some advantages for drive systems such as transportation, propulsion and reliable electric vehicles.

^{[13]}Self-starting and operation of multiphase induction motor drives under some open phases are considered the most important features of this drives.

^{[14]}Received: 22 June 2019 Accepted: 5 September 2019 The unbalance between parameters of multiphase induction motors is mainly resulted from the variation in the first-phase resistance of stator and rotor.

^{[15]}The paper presents the analysis of different fault states in drive systems with multiphase induction motors.

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## multiphase induction machine

Multiphase induction machine modelling represents a crucial research topic for both machine control and performance evaluation purposes.^{[1]}The proposed technique focuses on the online estimations of multiplane rotor resistances for the multiphase induction machine operating under the flux-oriented frame.

^{[2]}This article presents a postfault control algorithm that minimizes the stator Joule losses in multiphase induction machines under an open-phase fault and for different star connection layouts.

^{[3]}This paper focuses on the loss estimation for the multiphase induction machine (IM) operating under fault-tolerant conditions through the field–circuit coupling finite element method (FEM).

^{[4]}The development of new control techniques for multiphase induction machines (IMs) has become a point of great interest to exploit the advantages of these machines compared to three-phase topology, for example, the reduced phase currents and lower harmonic contents.

^{[5]}novel non-sinusoidal power supply control strategy for multiphase induction machine (IM) is presented in this paper.

^{[6]}Generally in these days multiphase induction machines are used in industries to meet the demand of high output power.

^{[7]}In this paper, the operation of a multiphase induction machine during open phase fault is examined, and the fundamental factors affecting its performance are discussed.

^{[8]}This paper introduces a method which can accurately transfer active and reactive power between sets of three-phase windings of a multiphase induction machine.

^{[9]}Multiphase induction machines have the advantage of producing torque under different current harmonics.

^{[10]}The superior fault-tolerant capability is one of the most significant advantages of multiphase induction machines.

^{[11]}The advancement in power electronics enhanced the use of multiphase induction machines (IM) in many industrial applications.

^{[12]}Considering control loops for all the independent SCs, an enhanced rotor field-oriented control fault-tolerant strategy is proposed for symmetrical multiphase induction machines (IMs) with any phase number m.

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