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vector-controlled PWM current-source-inverter-fed induction motor drive with a new stator current control method

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2 Author(s)
Salo, M. ; Inst. of Power Electron., Tampere Univ. of Technol., Finland ; Tuusa, H.

In this paper, the control of the pulsewidth-modulated current-source-inverter-fed induction motor drive is discussed. The vector control system of the induction motor is realized in a rotor-flux-oriented reference frame, where only the measured angular rotor speed and the dc-link current are needed for motor control. A new damping method for stator current oscillations is introduced. The method operates in an open-loop manner and is very suitable for microcontroller implementation, since the calculation power demand is low. Also, the stator current phase error caused by the load filter is compensated without measurement of any electrical variable. With the proposed control methods the motor current sensors can be totally eliminated since the stator current measurements are not needed either for protection in the current-source-inverter-fed drives. The proposed control methods are realized using a single-chip Motorola MC68HC916Y1 microcontroller. The experimental tests show excellent performance in both steady-state and transient conditions.

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Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:52 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

April 2005

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