Introduction to field orientation and high performance AC drives by IEEE Industry Applications Society. Meeting

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  • Electric machinery -- Alternating current -- Congresses.,
  • Electric driving -- Congresses.

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Statementcoeditors, D.W. Novotny, R.D. Lorenz ; sponsored by the IEEE Industrial Drives Committee of the IEEE Industry Applications Society.
ContributionsNovotny, D. W., Lorenz, R. D., IEEE Industrial Drives Committee.
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LC ClassificationsTK2791
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Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
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General Overview of High Performance Drives 6. Challenges and Requirements for Electric Drives for Industrial Applications Power Quality and LC Resonance Suppression Inverter Switching Frequency Motor Side Challenges 12Author: Haitham Abu-Rub.

Field Oriented Control describes the way in which the control of torque and speed are directly based on the electromagnetic state of the motor, similar to a DC is the first technology to control the “real” motor control variables of torque and decoupling between the stator current components (magnetizing flux and torque), the torque producing component.

Austin Hughes, Bill Drury, in Electric Motors and Drives (Fourth Edition), Transient and steady states in electric circuits. Field-oriented control allows us to obtain (almost) instantaneous (step) changes in torque on demand, and it does this by jumping directly from one steady-state condition to another.

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The Field Orientation Principle (FOP) constitutes a fundamental concept behind the modern technology of high-performance, vector-controlled drive systems with AC motors.

The recent intense interest in these systems has been spawned by the widespread transition from DC to AC drives in industry. An orientation of 45 to 90 degrees between the magnetic field and the defect is necessary to form an indication. Since defects may occur in various and unknown directions, each part is normally magnetized in two directions at right angles to each other.

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Developed from work first published in it theoretically provides the fastest possible torque response by employing a ‘bang-bang’ approach to maintain flux and.

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1 Introduction to High Performance Drives 1. Preliminary Remarks 1. General Overview of High Performance Drives 6. Challenges and Requirements for Electric Drives for Industrial Applications Power Quality and LC Resonance Suppression Inverter Switching Frequency Motor Side Challenges Use in High-Performance Drives 62 SWITCHE OR TRAPEZOIDADL PM MOTORS 62 INTRODUCTION DC-TO-AC POWER CONVERSION Principles of Power Amplification FIELD ORIENTATION (FO) CONTROL PRINCIPLES FOR INDUCTION MOTORS Since then, hundreds of papers dealing with various aspects of the Field Orientation Principle have appeared every year in the technical literature, and numerous commercial high-performance a.

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