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|Title: ||Indirect rotor field orientation vector control for induction motor drives in the absence of current sensors|
|Authors: ||Wang, Z. S.|
|Subjects: ||Vector control|
Induction motor control
|Issue Date: ||2006 |
|Citation: ||IPEMC 2006 : CES/IEEE 5th International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference, August 14-16, 2006, Shanghai, China : conference proceedings, p. 1907-1911.|
|Abstract: ||This paper proposes a simplified vector control implementation strategy that can be realized in the absence of current sensors. In order to decouple the torque and flux in the determination of the three-phase voltage reference commands of the SPWM inverter, both stator and rotor currents in the stationary and rotating frames can be derived from the corresponding rotor flux-oriented vector control requirements and motor dynamic equations. A sensitivity analysis to study the effect of parameter deviation or mismatch is also investigated. Simulation results are presented to demonstrate the feasibility and performance of the proposed methodology.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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