Modeling and Control of the Ultracapacitor-Based Regenerative Controlled Electric Drives

@article{Grbovic2011ModelingAC,
  title={Modeling and Control of the Ultracapacitor-Based Regenerative Controlled Electric Drives},
  author={Petar J. Grbovic and Philippe Delarue and Philippe Le Moigne and Patrick Bartholomeus},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2011},
  volume={58},
  pages={3471-3484}
}
Two issues are still a great challenge in the design and application of advanced controlled electric drives, namely, recovery of the braking energy and ride-through capability of the drive system. Apart from the ordinary solutions, such as back-to-back and matrix converters, an approach based on the ordinary diode front-end-drive converter equipped with an energy-storage element is used in some applications, such as traction and lift drives. This approach has come into focus recently with the… CONTINUE READING
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