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Vector control PWM-VSI induction motor drive with a long motor feeder: performance analysis of line filter networks

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4 Author(s)
Abdelsalam, A.K. ; Technol. & Maritime Transp. (AASTMT), Arab Acad. for Sci., Alexandria, Egypt ; Masoud, M.I. ; Finney, S.J. ; Williams, B.W.

Long motor feeders are common for variable speed drives used in underground mines and sub-sea pumps. Over-voltage motor problems arise, and so filter networks are mandatory with voltage source inverters. Among the various filter types, the motor terminal resistor-capacitor (RC) filter and inverter output resistor-inductor-capacitor (RLC) filter are the most common. This article studies and compares the effects of such filters on the vector control performance and the motor voltage/current quality. The drive performance study considers no-load/load conditions in terms of line voltage and current harmonics, effects on flux and torque current components, DC-link current harmonics and common mode voltage. The effects of feeder length on filter losses, DC-link current and voltage regulation are also investigated. The effects of feeder parameters detuning errors on filter performance are analysed in detail. Simulation and practical results substantiate the study.

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Electric Power Applications, IET  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

May 2011

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