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Induction motor versus permanent magnet synchronous motor in motion control applications: a comparative study

  title={Induction motor versus permanent magnet synchronous motor in motion control applications: a comparative study},
  author={Jussi Puranen},
  • J. Puranen
  • Published 5 December 2006
  • Computer Science
Thesis for the degree of Doctor of Science (Technology) to be presented with due permission for the public examination and criticism in the Auditorium 1382 at High dynamic performance of an electric motor is a fundamental prerequisite in motion control applications, also known as servo drives. [...] Key Method A 4 kW prototype induction motor was designed and manufactured for the verification of the simulation results in the laboratory conditions.Expand
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