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  author={Houari Khouidmi and Ahmed Massoum and Hassiba Benbouali},
Abstract: In this paper, a generalized predictive control (GPC) application to double stator induction motor is introduced. First, a model of DSIM is built to describe the prediction model of the process and then the GPC control law is derived and used to design the speed controller. It output is the future value of the controlled variables which is needed by field oriented control procedure (FOC). The applications of this strategy in the field of driving machines have been successful for high… Expand

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