Slobodan N. Vukosavic

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— This paper deals with the problem of mechanical resonance in modern servo drive systems having the speed control loop bandwidth and resonance frequency above 100 Hz. To enable the extension of the range of stable gains in the presence of flexible coupling, a simple and straightforward modification of the speed loop controller is proposed in order to(More)
—The paper analyses a recently introduced two-motor five-phase drive system with series connection of stator windings. It has been shown, using physical reasoning, that introduction of an appropriate phase transposition in the series connection of two machines leads to a complete decoupling of the flux/torque producing currents of one machine from the(More)
Since independent control of an AC machine requires only two currents, additional degrees of freedom that exist in multiphase (n>3) machines can be used for other purposes. One possibility is the series connection of the stator windings, in an appropriate manner, which enables independent control of a set of machines although a single multiphase(More)
—This paper presents a new technique for online identification of an induction motor rotor time constant. The technique is designed for a shaft-sensorless indirect field-oriented control induction motor drive with a model reference adaptive system (MRAS)-based speed estimator. The MRAS estimator is sensitive to the changes in the rotor time constant, and(More)
A novel structure for sensorless induction motor drive is proposed based on flux vector acceleration torque control. The proposed structure combines direct torque control with speed estimation based on slip frequency evaluation. A stable drive operation is enabled in a wide range of operating speeds, including at standstill
—This paper proposes a practical digital-signal-processor (DSP)-based algorithm for the online efficiency optimization of induction motor drives. The algorithm combines good features of the search control and loss-model-based control, while simultaneously eliminating their major drawbacks. It ensures very fast convergence without the need for any a priori(More)
—This paper proposes a novel torque and speed control structure for low-cost induction motor variable-speed drives with a single dc-link current sensor. The controller is based on reconstruction of the active and instantaneous reactive power from the dc-link current without the use of a shaft sensor. An effective way of achieving tracking of set values of(More)
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