Recursive speed and parameter estimation for induction machines

@article{VelezReyes1989RecursiveSA,
  title={Recursive speed and parameter estimation for induction machines},
  author={Miguel Velez-Reyes and Kojiro Minami and G. C. Verghese},
  journal={Conference Record of the IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting,},
  year={1989},
  pages={607-611 vol.1}
}
A hierarchical recursive algorithm is presented to estimate the rotor speed and parameters of the induction machine on the basis of measurements of the stator voltages and currents. Due to its recursive structure, this algorithm has the potential to be used for online estimation and adaptive control. The algorithm is designed using two linear regression models derived from the machine electrical equations. These models are valid when there is a time-scale separation between the electrical and… CONTINUE READING

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