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Direct self control with minimum torque ripple and high dynamics for a double three-level GTO inverter drive

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2 Author(s)
Janssen, M. ; ALSTOM Power Conversion GmbH, Berlin, Germany ; Steimel, A.

A highly dynamic control scheme with very low torque ripple-direct self control (DSC) with torque hysteresis control-for very high-power medium-voltage induction motor drives fed by a double three-level inverter (D3LI) is presented. In this arrangement, two three-level inverters that are connected in parallel at their DC sides are feeding the open motor windings. The DSC, well known from two- and three-level inverters, is adapted to the D3LI and optimized for a minimum torque ripple. An 18-corner trajectory is chosen for the stator flux of the induction machine since it is approaching the ideal circle much better than the hexagon known from DSC for two-level inverters, without any detriment to the torque ripple. The machine and inverter control are explained and the proposed torque quality and dynamics are verified by measurements on a 180-kW laboratory drive.

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Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

Oct 2002

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