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|Title:||Analysis of a Current-Controlled Inverter-Fed Induction Motor Drive Using Digital Simulation|
ELECTRIC MOTORS, INDUCTION
|Citation:||IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation,IECI-27 (2)67-76|
|Abstract:||A mathematical model utilizing the actual phase variables of the machine is used for simulating a 3-phase induction motor fed from a current source inverter, on a digital computer. Using the simulation, the performances of the inverter and the induction motor are obtained when the motor operates at constant speed. Simulation is extended to the closed-loop control of induction motor drives, and the effect of variation of parameters such as the slip frequency on the transient performance of the drive is studied. ? 1980 IEEE|
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