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dc.contributor.authorMohanty, K B-
dc.contributor.authorSingh, M-
dc.identifier.citationProceeding of IEEE PEDES 2010 and Power India Joint Conf., New Delhi, Dec. 2010en
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dc.description.abstractThis paper presents a feedback linearization control scheme with sliding mode controller (SMC) for enhancing performance of the induction motor drive. The feedback decoupling controller is designed in a stationary (α-β) reference frame with rotor flux and stator current components as state variables. Since the induction motor drive system is sensitive to parameter variation and load disturbances, a robust control strategy based on sliding mode is implemented. Initially feedback linearization technique is simulated with conventional PI controller. Then the proposed scheme comprising of a sliding mode flux controller and a sliding mode speed controller is simulated. Both control schemes are simulated in MATLAB environment. Simulation results demonstrates that performance of sliding mode based scheme is more robust than fixed gain P-I controller based scheme.en
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dc.subjectFeedback linearizationen
dc.subjectDecoupling controlen
dc.subjectStationary reference frameen
dc.subjectSensorless flux estimatoren
dc.subjectP-I controlleren
dc.subjectSliding Mode Controlleren
dc.titleRobust Control of a Feedback Linearized Induction Motor through Sliding Modeen
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