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|Title: ||Direct self control of induction motor based on neural network|
|Authors: ||Shi, K. L.|
Chan, T. F.
|Subjects: ||Direct self control|
Induction motor drive
|Issue Date: ||Sep-2001 |
|Citation: ||IEEE transactions on industry applications, Sept./Oct. 2001, v. 37, no. 5, p. 1290-1298.|
|Abstract: ||This paper presents an artificial-neural-network-based direct-self-control (ANN-DSC) scheme for an inverter-fed three-phase induction motor. In order to cope with the complex calculations required in direct self control (DSC), the proposed artificial-neural-network (ANN) system employs the individual training strategy with fixed-weight and supervised models. A computer simulation program is developed using Matlab/Simulink together with the Neural Network Toolbox. The simulated results obtained demonstrate the feasibility of ANN-DSC. Compared with the classical digital-signal-processor-based DSC, the proposed ANN-based scheme incurs much shorter execution times and, hence, the errors caused by control time delays are minimized.|
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