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Published in: Electrical Engineering 4/2018

09-10-2018 | Original Paper

A new analytical approach for design of current and speed controllers in electrical motor drives

Authors: Tomislav B. Šekara, Branko Blanuša, Bojan Z. Knežević

Published in: Electrical Engineering | Issue 4/2018

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The paper presents an analytical design of the current and the speed controllers for robust control of electrical drives with the good performance index. The design procedure with a practical implementation of the speed and current controllers is performed in an indirect field-oriented controlled elevator drive with an induction motor. It is demonstrated that both controllers are simultaneously tuned with a free parameter which allows the operator to control the process so the desired robustness/performance is achieved. The proposed controller design procedure is verified with the both, numerical simulations and experimentally.
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Metadata
Title
A new analytical approach for design of current and speed controllers in electrical motor drives
Authors
Tomislav B. Šekara
Branko Blanuša
Bojan Z. Knežević
Publication date
09-10-2018
Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Published in
Electrical Engineering / Issue 4/2018
Print ISSN: 0948-7921
Electronic ISSN: 1432-0487
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00202-018-0747-z

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