An efficient approach for implementing Space Vector Modulation for controlling induction motor

  title={An efficient approach for implementing Space Vector Modulation for controlling induction motor},
  author={P. V. R. L. Narasimham and A.V.R.S. Sarma and P. Roshankumar and K. Rajasekhar},
  journal={2006 India International Conference on Power Electronics},
In induction motor speed control, from a DC voltage source, pulse width modulation (PWM) techniques generate variable AC voltages (both amplitude and frequency). Space vector pulse width modulation (SVPWM) utilizes DC bus voltage more efficiently with less harmonic distortion in a three-phase voltage source inverter. In the present work, an efficient approach for implementing SVPWM technique is developed reducing the computational burden. The control circuitry is realized using the… 

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