A Current-Source Inverter in the Secondary Circuit of a Wound Rotor Induction Motor Provides Sub- and Supersynchronous Operation

  • Gordon A. Smith
  • Published 1981 in IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications

Abstract

A control system is described in which a current-source inverter is connected between the secondary winding of a three-phase slip-ring induction motor and the ac mains supply to give a variable speed sub- and supersynchronous operation. Control techniques developed in an earlier work were used to ensure fully stable operation over a very wide speed range… (More)

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@article{Smith1981ACI, title={A Current-Source Inverter in the Secondary Circuit of a Wound Rotor Induction Motor Provides Sub- and Supersynchronous Operation}, author={Gordon A. Smith}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications}, year={1981}, volume={IA-17}, pages={399-406} }