This work presents the development of an offline standstill estimation technique, where the synchronous machine is locked at an arbitrary (but known) angle and is excited over a short period of time. The proposed time domain method requires few seconds of captured data in contrast to the well-known standard Standstill Frequency Response (SSFR) technique that could take more than 6 hours to conduct. This is based on nonlinear least squares estimation and algebraic elimination theory. The resulting algorithm is non-iterative where the data is used to construct polynomials that are solved for a finite number of roots which determine the electrical parameter values. Experimental results are presented showing the efficacy of the technique in furnishing the parameters of a salient pole synchronous machine.
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Oteafy, Ahmed M.A.; Chiasson, John N.; and Ahmed-Zaid, Said. (2016). "Development and Application of a Standstill Parameter Identification Technique for the Synchronous Generator". International Journal of Electrical Power & Energy Systems, 81, 222-231. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijepes.2016.02.030
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