To develop general forms of multiscalar models of the induction motor and to present properties of the sensorless control systems based on such models.
Previously presented multiscalar model of the induction motor based on a stator current and rotor flux vector is generalized as a model of type 1. New model of type 2 is defined for stator current and the vector which is directly controlled by a voltage vector. The above models are applied in a sensorless control system with speed observer. Dynamical properties of the sensorless control systems are investigated by simulations and experiments.
Application of the multiscalar model of type 2 results in higher exactness of sensorless control system than application of the multiscalar model of type 1. Controlled variables are more smooth in transients.
This is not an analytical proof of stability of the control systems.
Provides very useful information for development of sensorless control systems for the induction motor.
This paper extends the known method of nonlinear control of the induction motor to the general form. It is possible to choose the sensorless control system of better properties than those used so far.
Krzemiński, Z., Lewicki, A. and Włas, M. (2006), "Properties of sensorless control systems based on multiscalar models of the induction motor", COMPEL - The international journal for computation and mathematics in electrical and electronic engineering, Vol. 25 No. 1, pp. 195-206. https://doi.org/10.1108/03321640610634443Download as .RIS
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