## PMABCMachineSwitchedRHS:

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Permanent magnet machine model in ABC coordinates with 6 switches.
The switches connect the 3 phases to a resistor and capactor in
parallel.
Assumes a 3 phase machine in a Y connection. Control is by setting
the switch positions.
The permanent magnet flux distribution is assumed sinusoidal.
The switch state has six possibilities. For a six switch inverter we"
define

v
|
s1
|- Phase A ----------
s4
|
ground

v
|
s3
|- Phase B ----------
s6
|
ground

v
|
s5
|- Phase C ----------
s2
|
ground

The switch states are

uA        uB        uC
1 S5,S6,S1 closed      1/3      -2/3      1/3
2 S6,S1,S2 closed      2/3      -1/3     -1/3
3 S1,S2,S3 closed      1/3       1/3     -2/3
4 S2,S3,S4 closed     -1/3       2/3     -1/3
5 S3,S4,S5 closed     -2/3       1/3      1/3
6 S4,S5,S6 closed     -1/3      -1/3      2/3

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Form:
xDot = PMMachineABCSwitchedRHS( x, t, d )
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Inputs
------
x       (6,1)    The state vector [iA;iB;iC;omegaM;thetaM;u]
t       (1,1)    Time
d       (1,1)    Data structure
.lM   (1,1) Mutual inductance
.psiM (1,1) Permanent magnet flux
.lSS  (1,1) Stator self inductance
.rS   (1,1) Stator resistance
.p    (1,1) Number of poles (1/2 pole pairs)
.s    (1,1) Switch state
.tL   (1,1) Load torque
.bM   (1,1) Viscous damping (Nm/rad/s)
.j    (1,1) Inertia
.cL   (1,1) Load capacitance
.rL   (1,1) Load resistance

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Outputs
-------
x       (6,1)    The state vector derivative

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Reference: Lyshevski, S. E., "Electromechanical Systems, Electric
Machines, and Applied Mechatronics," CRC Press, 2000,
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```

## Children:

```Electrical: Motor/PMABCMachineRHS
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