Output feedback control of current-fed induction motors with unknown rotor resistance

  title={Output feedback control of current-fed induction motors with unknown rotor resistance},
  author={Riccardo Marino and Sergei Peresada and Patrizio Tomei},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Contr. Sys. Techn.},
On the basis of a third-order reduced model of an induction motor (current-fed) we design an output feedback control (from rotor speed measurements) which guarantees global exponential tracking of speed and rotor flux modulus reference signals. An adaptive version is designed when load torque is constant and unknown. The rotor resistance, which is a crucial parameter for the control, is updated by a seventh-order dynamic estimator designed on the basis of speed, current, and voltage signals… CONTINUE READING
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