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Modelling and control of a multi phase induction system for metal disc heating

Abstract : This paper presents the study of a multi-phase induction system for metal disc heating. It proposes a complete electrical and thermal modelling of the whole system in PSim software, with a reduced simulation time. An optimisation procedure allows us to calculate the optimal parameters for calibrating the system in order to obtain a uniform heating of the work piece. This was possible from the knowldege of the current density distribution extracted from the finite element software Flux2D® and from the impedance matrix that describes the electrical behaviour of the three coils suuplied by current source inverters. This studies also concern a first simple current control method. As a result, the experimental thermal distributions are in good agreement with simulated ones.
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Majid Souley, Julie Egalon, Stéphane Caux, Olivier Pateau, Pascal Maussion. Modelling and control of a multi phase induction system for metal disc heating. IECON 2010 - 36th Annual Conference on IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, Nov 2010, Phoenix, United States. pp.562-567. ⟨hal-01222180⟩



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