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Automatika : journal for control, measurement, electronics, computing and communications, Vol.56 No.4 February 2016. -

This paper presents improved torque control scheme for a high speed sensorless induction motor drive. The proposed high speed torque control scheme substitutes the flux oriented control by the voltage angle control in the flux weakening regime. This scheme uses maximum of available inverter voltage, alleviates well known problems of current control schemes in conditions with insufficient voltage margin and avoids the influence of estimated speed error to the achieved flux level. The algorithm uses similar slip control as flux oriented control algorithm, but is applied without an outer flux trajectory reference which is typical for the flux weakening, providing a fast and well damped torque response even if error in estimated speed is present. Experiments confirm the effectiveness of proposed torque control algorithm, smooth transition from the flux oriented control in the base speed region to the voltage angle control in the flux weakening, superior dynamic performance of the voltage angle torque control, and its robustness to an estimated rotor speed error.

High Speed Induction Motor; Toque Control; Voltage Angle Control

Author: Petar R. Matić - ; University of Banja Luka, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, 5 Patre, 78 000 Banja Luka, RS Bosnia and Herzeg



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