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Braking Scheme for Vector-Controlled Induction Motor Drives Equipped With Diode Rectifier Without Braking Resistor

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2 Author(s)
Hinkkanen, M. ; Power Electron. Lab., Helsinki Univ. of Technol., Espoo ; Luomi, J.

This paper deals with sensorless vector control of pulsewidth-modulated inverter-fed induction motor drives equipped with a three-phase diode rectifier. An electronically controlled braking resistor across the dc link is not used. Instead, the power regenerated during braking is dissipated in the motor while a dc-link overvoltage controller limits the braking torque. Losses in the motor are increased by an optimum flux-braking controller, maximizing either the stator voltage or the stator current depending on the speed. Below the rated speed, the braking times are comparable to those achieved using a braking resistor. The proposed braking scheme is very simple and causes no additional torque ripple. Experimental results obtained using a 2.2-kW induction motor drive show that the proposed scheme works well

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

Sept.-Oct. 2006

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