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This paper presents , the stator current minimization in an induction machine controlled by the oriented flux method. This minimization is realized by two different methods, a dynamic programming and the optimization in permanent operating regime. Flux in the machine is no more constant as it is the case in the conventional vectorial control, but it evolves(More)
In this paper, a synchronous single-ended primary-inductance DC-DC converter (SEPIC) is designed and simulated within a photovoltaic stand-alone system. This converter has high efficiency of energy transfer from the generator to the load compared to conventional converters; it can maintain the output voltage constant without using the closed loop model. The(More)
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