Publication Type:

Conference Paper

Source:

Emerging Research Areas: Magnetics, Machines and Drives (AICERA/iCMMD), 2014 Annual International Conference on, IEEE (2014)

URL:

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/6908287/

Abstract:

The stator flux and electromagnetic torque are directly controlled in a DTC system using space vector modulation technique. In DTC, torque and flux ripples increases at low speeds. A DTC-SVM induction motor drive at very low speeds is investigated here and High Frequency Signal Injection (HFSI) method is adopted to mitigate the low speed issues. In this method a sinusoidal wave of small amplitude and high frequency is injected.

Cite this Research Publication

Mini Sujith, Anu, K. M., and Dinesh, M. N., “HFSI—A Promising Solution to Very Low Speed Issues in DTC-SVM Induction Motor Drive”, in Emerging Research Areas: Magnetics, Machines and Drives (AICERA/iCMMD), 2014 Annual International Conference on, 2014.

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