Mekrini, Z. and Bri, S. (2016) Performance of an indirect field-oriented control for asynchronous machine. International Journal of Engineering and Technology, 8 (2). pp. 726-733.

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This paper presents an analysis method for achieving control torque and speed with indirect field oriented control for asynchronous motors, by the three-axis to two-axis current transformation. But the drive performance often degrades for the machine parameter variations. The aim is to apply two techniques for controlling independently the induction machines; the performance of this system is tested and compared by simulation in terms of reference tracking. A PI controller is used to control the rotor speed of the induction machine and a hysteresis current controller is applied for controlling the output voltage of the PWM inverter. To achieve desired speed and torque performance, these two models controls are implemented in Matlab Simulink.

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Subjects: Chemical Engineering
Divisions: SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION > Chemical Engineering
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