Comparison of Matrix Converter Induction Motor Drive Control Methods

2011-09-10
Lettl, Jiri
Kuzmanovic, Dragan
Fligl, Stanislav
In this paper, the implementation of the Field Oriented Control and the Direct Torque Control in matrix converter supplied induction motor drives is analysed, and compared with the implementation in drives supplied by the Voltage Source Inverter. The analysis is accompanied by the results of numerical simulations and experimental implementations of these two control methods.
International Aegean Conference on Electrical Machines and Power Electronics / Electromotion Joint Conference

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Citation Formats
J. Lettl, D. Kuzmanovic, and S. Fligl, “Comparison of Matrix Converter Induction Motor Drive Control Methods,” Istanbul, TURKEY, 2011, p. 562, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/66616.