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A Direct-Flux-Vector-Controlled Induction Generator With Space-Vector Modulation for Integrated Starter Alternator

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2 Author(s)
Jun Zhang ; Univ. of New South Wales, Sydney ; Muhammed Fazlur Rahman

A direct-flux-vector-controlled scheme of induction generator has been proposed in this paper for future 42-V automobile application. The fundamental relationship between the rotating speed of the stator flux vector and torque is analyzed. A simple structure with only one proportional-integral (PI) controller is shown to implement the torque and flux controls adequately. By controlling the electromagnetic torque of the induction machine, the required dc-bus voltage can be well regulated within the 42-V PowerNet specifications. Fixed switching frequency and low torque ripple are obtained with space-vector modulation technique. Simulation and experimental results indicate that the proposed scheme provides a practical solution for an integrated starter alternator other than the widely applied field-oriented- control scheme.

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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics  (Volume:54 ,  Issue: 5 )