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contributor.authorMohanty, K B-
contributor.authorDe, N K-
contributor.authorRoutray, A-
identifier.citationProceedings of 12th National Power ystems Conference (NPSC), December 27-29, 2002, P 46-49en
descriptionCopyright for the paper belongs to IIT Kharagpuren
description.abstractThis paper presents an input-output linearizing and decoupling control scheme with speed estimation for an adjustable speed induction motor drive. A stator flux based estimator is used to estimate the synchronous speed. The motor speed is estimated by measuring only two line currents and two line voltages. A moving average algorithm is used to filter the ripples in the estimated speed. Simulation studies show that the sensorless speed control scheme can achieve fast transient response and maintain a wide speed control range.en
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publisherIIT, Khargpuren
subjectDecoupling Controlen
subjectInput-output linearizationen
subjectmoving average algorithmen
subjectspeed estimationen
titleSensorless Control of a Linearized and Decoupled Induction Motor Driveen
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