Mathematical Modeling of Indirect Field Oriented Controlled Induction Motor
Suraj R Karpe, Sanjay A Deokar, Gajanan Malwatkar
Induction motor, indirect field oriented control, vector control, space vector pulse width modulation (SVPWM).
Since induction motors are often employed in industrial settings, speed control has been a significant topic of study. The construction of the squirrel cage induction motors is straightforward, inexpensive, and durable, and they require minimal maintenance. These benefits have led to its widespread usage for fixed speed applications in several sectors. The major goal is to switch out the DC motor for an induction motor, combine the benefits of both motors into a variable speed brushless motor drive, and solve any related issues. However, industrial applications demand effective IM drive control. The mathematical models of induction motors (IM) are known to be extremely nonlinear and time-variant, making control of IM challenging. The challenges of controlling the induction motor for precision applications have been resolved by the invention of vector control methods. The notion of vector control method is explained in this essay. Vector control fundamentally has two general approaches. The direct approach, also known as feedback, and the indirect method, also known as feed forward, are the two. Due to its relatively easy construction when compared to the Direct Torque Controlled (DTC) approach, Indirect Field Oriented Control (IFOC) induction motor drives are employed in high performance systems in a variety of industrial applications. The indirect field-oriented control of induction motors is the main topic of this study.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 6

Page(s): 388 - 393
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