A field orientation scheme for current-fed induction motor drives based on the torque angle closed-loop control

@article{Bassi1989AFO,
  title={A field orientation scheme for current-fed induction motor drives based on the torque angle closed-loop control},
  author={Ezio Bassi and Francesco Benzi and Silverio Bolognani and Giuseppe Buja},
  journal={Conference Record of the IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting,},
  year={1989},
  pages={384-389 vol.1}
}
  • E. Bassi, F. Benzi, +1 author G. Buja
  • Published 1989
  • Engineering
  • Conference Record of the IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting,
A field orientation scheme for current-fed induction motor drives that is based on the closed-loop control of the torque angle is presented. Merits of the scheme are insensitivity to the rotor resistance and simplicity of implementation. The limits of the conventional field orientation solutions are reviewed. The scheme is then formulated, and its application to the induction motor drives fed by both current source inverters (CSIs) and current-controlled pulse width modulation (PWM) inverters… Expand

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