A STUDY OF MRAS BASED SPEED ESTIMATION OF SENSORLESS INDUCTION MOTOR USING MATLAB AND SIMULINK MODELLING

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MRAS, THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR, SENSORLESS FIELD-ORIENTED CONTROL (FOC), DIRECT TORQUE CONTROL (DTC), ADAPTIVE PSEUDO REDUCED-ORDER FLUX OBSERVER (APFO)

Abstract

Model reference adaptive system(MRAS) based techniques are one of the best method to estimate the rotor speed due to its performance and straight forward stability approach.These techniques use two different models which have made the speed estimation a reliable scheme especially when the variations.The scheme use the stator equation and rotor equation as the reference model and the adjustable model respectively.The output error from both models is tuned using a PI controller yielding the estimated rotor speed.It presents the identification and parameter estimation of an induction motor model with parameters varying as functions of the operating conditions. A Sensorless torque control system for induction motors is developed. The system allows for fast and precise torque tracking over a wide range of speed.The induction motor is controlled through field orientation techniques that require knowledge of the rotor speed.Since speed sensors decrease the reliability of a drive system (and increase its price), a common trend in motor control is to use an observer to estimate speed.

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Surya Prakash Pattanayak, AIACTR

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2019-02-27

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