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Title: A rule-based acceleration control scheme for an induction motor
A rule-based acceleration control scheme for an induction motor
Authors: Shi, KL
Shi, K. L.
Chan, T. F.
Chan, TF
Wong, Yiu-kwong
Wong, YK 
Ho, SL 
Ho, Siu-lau 
Keywords: Acceleration control
Acceleration control
Induction motor drives
Induction motor drives
Intelligent control
Intelligent control
Knowledge based systems
Knowledge based systems
Simulation
Simulation
Computer simulation
Electric drives
Electric potential
Heuristic methods
Intelligent control
Knowledge based systems
Vectors
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: IEEE
Source: Electric Machines and Drives, 1999. International Conference IEMD '99, p. 613-615
IEEE Transactions on energy conversion, 2002, v. 17, no. 2, p. 254-259 How to cite?
Journal: IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion 
Abstract: This paper presents a rule-based acceleration control scheme that aims to give an inverter-fed induction motor excellent dynamic performance. In every time interval of the control process, the acceleration increments produced by two different voltage vectors are compared, yielding one optimum stator voltage vector which is selected and retained. The online inference control is built using a rule-based system and some heuristic knowledge about the relationship between the motor voltage and acceleration. Because evaluation of integrals is not required and the motor parameters are not involved, the new controller has no accumulation error due to the integrals as in the conventional vector control schemes and the same controller can be used for different motors without modification.
This paper presents a rule-based acceleration control scheme which aims to give an inverter-fed induction motor excellent dynamic performance. In every time interval of the control process, the acceleration increments produced by two different voltage vectors are compared, yielding one optimum stator voltage vector which is selected and retained. The online inference control is built using a rule-based system and some heuristic knowledge about the relationship between the motor voltage and acceleration. Because integral calculation and motor parameters are not involved, the new controller has no accumulation error of integral as in the conventional vector control schemes and it can be used for different induction motors without modification.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/849
http://hdl.handle.net/10397/849
ISBN: 0-7803-5293-9
ISSN: 0885-8969
DOI: 10.1109/TEC.2002.1009477
10.1109/IEMDC.1999.769191
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