Volume 3 Issue 6

COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO LEVEL AND THREE LEVEL INVERTER FOR DTC OF INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVE (20150351)

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Abstracts : The method of direct torque control is a powerful means for controlling a specially designed asynchronous motor. Today, direct control of the moment with the most popular digital signal processors in controlling the AC motor, especially electric induction drives. Fast response and smooth control of the DSP are used to perform real-time simulation of the motor variables to alternating current, so that the electromagnetic moment, flow, mechanical speed, etc. In this article, the implementation of the engine management technique is known for high performance induction. As a direct torque control (DTC) using a three-level inverter and a comparison between the base model and the fault code, the DTC circuit has changed (three levels of the inverter) to minimize the sampling time of the embedded drive system, In DTC drives. The experimental results of this drive system are high-performance on a standard asynchronous a5hp engine to meet expectations and are consistent with theoretical work.
Pages : 47-50
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Modified Date : 2018-01-17
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VANITA NAKADE , SANGITA PATIL , ARBIND KUMAR , "COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO LEVEL AND THREE LEVEL INVERTER FOR DTC OF INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVE", JournalNX - A Multidisciplinary Peer Reviewed Journal, Volume 3 Issue 6, ISSN : 2581-4230, Page No. 47-50
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