## Library

ARTEMiS

## Block

### Description

This model implements a 3-phase synchronous machine modelled according the VBR** formulation in d-q rotor reference frame. Stator windings are connected in wye to an internal neutral point. All the parameters must be introduced as Fundamental parameters referred to the stator. The model can be of 5th or 6th order with one damper winding in the d-axis and one or two damper windings in the q-axis (Round Rotor -RR or Salient Pole -SP machines). An extra power port can be added to acces the neutral point of the machine. Saturation mode is supported using total flux in both d-q axis.

**VBR stands for Voltage Behind Reactance. In the VBR modelisation, the internal model is similar to a voltage source in series with a reactance/impedance. This provides typically better stability properties than SPS machines models that are internally modelled with a current source injection.

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## Parameters

| Nominal values of the synchronous machine: Power (Pn), Voltage (Vn), frequency (fn) and field current (If). The field current corresponds to the point of the saturation curve where the nominal voltage is reached at terminal of the machine at no-load condition. For no saturated machine does not be considered for the calculations. However, field current define the transformation ratio stator to field. |

| Stator resistance and leakage inductance, magnetization inductance for d-q axes. |

Rf (ohms), Llfd(H) | Field resistance and leakage inductance (referred to the machine's stator) |

| Dampers resistance and leakage inductance for each d-q axes (referred to the machine's stator). |

| Initial conditions for field current, rotor mechanical angle and stator phase currents (peak values and angles). |

Saturation curve | Vector of values for field current (A) and terminal voltages (Vrms LL). These values are visibles and only considered when the checkbox saturation is selected. However these vectors cannot be empty or null. |

Time Step (Ts) | Sample time of the model in seconds |

number of Ts, factor Kr | Compensation factors for rotor angle and stator resistance. They are normally disabled (Kr =1, compensation mechanical angle = 0). The first factor compensates the losses in the stator resistance for very high Ts. The second one adds or subtracts a mechanical angle to the rotor. These values are visibles only when checkbox compensation is selected. |

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