Performance comparison of inverter control techniques used for the supply of a linear PM synchronous actuator

2011-09-10
Ben Salem, I.
Ouni, L. El Amraoui
Gillon, F.
Benrejeb, M.
Brochet, P.
This paper presents performance comparison of three inverter control techniques. These techniques are respectively hysteresis control, MAIM control and direct voltage control (DVC). They are applied for a PM Linear Tubular Synchronous Actuator (PAITI,SA) drive fed, using a three phase voltage source inverter (VSI). This VSI is working with constant switching time intervals as in the standard torque control DTC system.

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Citation Formats
I. Ben Salem, L. E. A. Ouni, F. Gillon, M. Benrejeb, and P. Brochet, “Performance comparison of inverter control techniques used for the supply of a linear PM synchronous actuator,” 2011, p. 720, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/68006.