• Single-current-sensor-based active front-end-converter-fed four quadrants induction motor drive

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      Field-oriented control; vector control of induction motor; active front end converter; power factor correction; four-quadrant drive; grid-voltage-oriented control

    • Abstract

       

      Induction motor (IM) is a workhorse of the industry, whose dynamics can be modified close to that of a separately excited DC machine by field-oriented control technique, which is commonly known as vector control of induction machine. This paper presents a complete performance of the field-oriented control of IM drive in all four quadrants with a single-current-sensor-based active front end converter whose work is to regulate DC link voltage, draw pure sinusoidal currents at unity power factor and to facilitate bi-directional power flow between the grid and the drive. The entire system is completely modelled in MATLAB/SIMULINK and the results are discussed in detail. The vector control analogy of the back to back converters is highlighted along with the experimental results of field-oriented control of induction machine using a dsPIC30F6010A digital signal controller.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      JOSEPH KIRAN BANDA1 AMIT KUMAR JAIN

      1. Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi 110016, India
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