VECTOR CONTROL AND DYNAMICS OF AC DRIVES PDF
Vector Control and. Dynamics of AC Drives. D.w. Novotny and T. A. Lipo. Departament of Electrical aid Computer Engineering. UHierary of WoRİ-Madium. Developed using the dynamic machine model, vector-controlled induction D. W. Novotny and T. A. Lipo, Vector Control and Dynamics of AC Drives, Oxford . Vector Control and Dynamics of AC Drives by D. W. Novotny, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Vector Control and Dynamics of AC Drives (Monographs in Electrical and Electronic Engineering) [D. W. Novotny, T. A. Lipo] on yazik.info *FREE* shipping. downloading and also cost-free reading online in rar, word, pdf, txt, kindle, zip, as well as ppt. vector control and dynamics of ac drives, issn vector. Vector controlled induction motor drive - Basic principle-Direct Rotor flux D W Novotny and T A Lipo, Vector Control and Dynamics of AC Drives, Oxford.
One by Robert H. Park's paper was ranked second most component defines the magnetic flux of the motor, the other the important in terms of impact from among all power engineering torque. The control system of the drive calculates from the flux related papers ever published in the twentieth century.
The and torque references given by the drive's speed control the novelty of Park's work involves his ability to transform any corresponding current component references. Typically related machine's linear differential equation set from one with proportional-integral PI controllers are used to keep the time varying coefficients to another with measured current components at their reference values.
Vector Control and Dynamics of AC Drives
The time invariant coefficients. Figure 1 Control Architecture with modeling of the drive-motor circuit involved along the While the analysis of AC drive controls can be technically quite lines of accompanying signal flow graph and equations. There are two vector control methods, direct or feedback vector Vector control accordingly generates a three-phase PWM motor control DFOC and indirect or feed forward vector control IFOC , voltage output derived from a complex voltage vector to control a IFOC being more commonly used because in closed-loop mode such complex current vector derived from motor's three-phase motor drives more easily operate throughout the speed range from zero stator current input through projections or rotations back and forth speed to high-speed field-weakening.
In DFOC, flux magnitude and between the three-phase speed and time dependent system and these angle feedback signals are directly calculated using so-called voltage vectors' rotating reference-frame two-coordinate time invariant or current models.
In IFOC, flux space angle feed forward and flux system. The induction motor's d,q coordinate drives is attractive for cost and reliability considerations.
Components of the d,q system or closed-loop observers. Block Diagram of the Vector Control Figure shows the basic structure of the vector control of the AC Projections associated with the d,q coordinate system typically induction motor. Forward three-to-two phase, a,b,c -to- , projection using the Clarke transformation. Vector control implementations usually assume ungrounded motor with balanced three-phase currents such that only two motor current phases need to be sensed.
Also, backward two-to-three phase, , -to- a,b,c projection uses space vector PWM modulator or inverse Clarke transformation and one of the other PWM modulators.
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Forward and backward two-to-two phase, , -to- d,q and d,q -to- , projections using the Park and inverse Park transformations, respectively. Matlab Implementation V. Theta Calculation VI. Flux Calculation IX.
The proposed control method assures: Torque generating component and magnetic field — generating component have been controlled independently and gives. Good dynamic response. The transient response will be fast and dc machine like because torque control by does not affect the flux. Like a dc machine, speed control is possible in four quadrants without any additional control elements.
Good stabilization of load torque for wide range speed control. References 1. Zambada, Jorge Nov 8, In Figure I. The term "one quadrant' is used to denote that the bridge is capable of only one polarity of voltage and current.
Vector Control and Dynamics of AC Drives
Hence, only motoring operation or acceleration in the forward direction can be obtained with a single quadrant drive. Adjustment of the dc m a t u r e voltage is obtained by phase control of the bridge which supplies a prescribed current to the machine and thus results in a prescribed torque. Braking torque is accom- plished by the overhauling action of the load which drags the motor to a halt when the torque from the dc motor is removed.
In this case the motor is supplied from a four or six pulse acldc converter. The polanty ol [he converter output voltage can then be reversed by means of phase control, thereby reversing the power flow so that operation is possible in two Figure 1.
Since the field winding has an inherently large inductance, the phase supply. Additional components for three phase supply response of this system during the torque reversal is limited to about a few shown shaded tenths of a wcond.
Speed rever- the motor reaches zero speed. However, since the torque becomes zero while sal is easily accomplished by reversing the roles of the forward and reverse the field current is reversed, speed perforinance near zero speed is adversely bridges.
Smooth torque reversal is now possible since the current continues to affected and a smooth reversal through zero speed is not possible with this sys- flow in a single bridge as the motor reverses.
Torque response of the system tem.
Although for modem laminatcd frame dc motors a rate of risc of shown in Figure 1. In this case the line voltages and currents are first con- per unit per second is possible, even with his improved cajnbilily this Sea- - - ture can be the limiting factor affecting torque response in a dc motor.
No such inherent limitation exists in an induction motor and the rates of current rise I or 3 Phase ' experienced in such a motor is limited only by the leakage inductance of the AC Supply Converter Converter - - machine and the amount of voltage available to force the current from one value to another. In general, for large motors it is not possible to obtain dc Figure 1.
Induction motors of this rating can be constructed for speeds reaching several times this rpm without great difficulty. Both converters consist of a bridge of solid state switching devices in the case of an ac drive while the machine side conversion function is The efficiency of induction motors used for variable speed operation are gener- accomplished by means of the commutator in the case of the dc drive.
Note ally comparable and frequently better than the equivalent dc motor efficiency, that the machine side converter together with the ac motor can be considered as even though the pnsencre of the rotor cage adds an additional loss component the electromechanical equivalent of the dc motor. Since the induction motor cage need not be designed to allow for a direct on line start when driven from a converter, the cage resistance can be selected solely to provide optimum running perfor- 1.
Also, dc motor losses such as brush drop can be eliminated.
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Neither of these components exist on squirrel cage induc- In general, the dc converter of a dc drive operates with an input fundamental tion motors. The absence of the mechanical commutator means that higher component power factor which ranges from 0 to about 0. Also, higher armature approximately in proportion to the motor speed. Unity power factor cannot be voltages can be used with an induction motor due to limitations in the voltage achieved because the converter requires some voltage margin to allow for sup- that can be supported between adjacent commutator segments in a dc machine ply voltage dips, dynamic requirements and to prevent loss of commutation m a t u r e.
Transient response is also limited by the rate of rise of armature cur- capability in the inversion mode. Although the induction motor always runs at rent which is set by the ability of the brush to complete the reversal of the cur- lagging power factor, typically 0. The maximum permissible range, the reactive power requirements of the motor are supplied by the dc link rate of rise of current in modem solid frame dc motors is limited to 30 times filter capacitor and inverter.
With modern pulse width modulated inverters act- rated current per second. For older motors this limit can be as low as 5 per unit 6 I Introduction to AC Drives Comparison of Synchronous and Induction Machines 7 ing as the machine side converter, the input fundamental component power thermal cycling and creep is eliminated in a squirrel cage winding.
Over the factor remains high, typically above 0. If deterioration of the rotor does occur, such as a broken bar or end ring, the machine is often An ac machine of the same power rating And speed will normally have a lower capable of continued operation, perhaps at reduced power, until maintenance inertia than its dc motor equivalent.
In a dc machine, a parameter that affects can be scheduled. The need to keep this parameter within certain bounds, constrains the length of core and hence 1. The lower inertia A normal dc machine cannot develop high torque for extended periods at of an induction motor translates to faster speed response for a machine with standstill since the armature current then flows through a particular group of equal torque producing capability.
Although spe- cial mill duty motors can be downloadd to provide rated torque over several 1. Without a direct on line s t k i n g capability and with the ability of the squirrel cage rotor to withstand much higher temperatures than the sta- 1.
Also, for high power applications it is usually capacity is significantly larger than the equivalent induction machine.Retrieved 18 April These models, i. The physical parameters that characterize a rigid body from the mechanical point of view are the total mass M, and a symmetrical matrix of the dimension 3, called the matrix of inertia.
This is followed by a full dynamic analysis of vector controlled systems including conventional indirect and direct field orientation and less conventional systems that orient to air gap or stator flux rather than rotor flux. Due to this reason earlier D. Time depending scleronomic vs.