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A High Performance Space Vector Modulation - Direct Torque Controlled Induction Machine Drive based on Stator Flux Orientation TechniqueBOUNADJA, M. , BELARBI, A. W. , BELMADANI, B.
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Induction machine drive, stator vector control (SVC), direct torque control (DTC), space vector modulation (SVM), fixed switching frequency
control(17), torque(10), induction(9), direct(9), motor(6), drives(6), power(5)
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Date of Publication: 2009-06-02
Volume 9, Issue 2, Year 2009, On page(s): 28 - 33
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2009.02005
Web of Science Accession Number: 000268723600005
SCOPUS ID: 70349164317
This paper proposes the design and implementation of a novel direct torque controlled induction machine drive system. The control system enjoys the advantages of stator vector control and conventional direct torque control and avoids some of the implementation difficulties of either of the two control methods. The stator vector control principal is used to keep constant the amplitude of stator flux vector at rated value, and to develop the relationship between the machine torque and the rotating speed of the stator flux vector. Thus, the machine torque can be regulated to generate the stator angular speed, which becomes a command signal and permits to overcome the problem of its estimation. Furthermore, with the combined control methods, the reference stator voltage vector can be generated and proportional-integral controllers and space vector modulation technique can be used to obtain fixed switching frequency and low torque ripple. Simulation experiments results indicate that, with the proposed scheme, a precise control of the stator flux and machine torque can be achieved. Compared to conventional direct torque control, presented method is easily implemented, and the steady performances of ripples of both torque and flux are considerably improved.
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