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SIMON, Leopoldo  and  MONZON, José M. Identification and Parametric Adjustment of a Three-Phase Induction Machine with Genetic Algorit. Inf. tecnol. [online]. 2010, vol.21, n.3, pp.105-114. ISSN 0718-0764.

In this paper the finite element method is applied to the analysis of a three-phase magnetic induction motor squirrel-cage. Different geometries have been applied in the design of the rotor. These geometric variations of the rotor create an electromagnetic profile for each type of geometry. To study the rotor motion, a frequency analysis of the model has been done. The identifying parameters deduced from the finite element method, are adjusted by evolutionary genetic algorithms. Thus, the parameters in the circuit model were identified for each geometry under consideration. A check of the torque was done to validate the model, verifying the accuracy of the method.

Keywords : finite element; frequency analysis; identifying parameters; genetic algorithms.

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