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Various Control Techniques for Induction Motor Drive: A Brief Insight

  title={Various Control Techniques for Induction Motor Drive: A Brief Insight},
  author={Anuradha Tomar and Yog Raj},
  journal={International journal of engineering research and technology},
  • Anuradha Tomar, Y. Raj
  • Published 8 February 2012
  • Computer Science
  • International journal of engineering research and technology
Automation and motion control are basically prime factors to run an industry. This paper presents a review on various control schemes available for control of Induction motor drives. This paper would be useful to both researchers as well as practicing engineers as they can find the various techniques available and compare them in a single paper at signpost to the current state of the art. 

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