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Title: Speed-Sensorless Induction Machine Control in the Field-Weakening Region Using Discrete Speed-Adaptive Full-Order Observer
Authors: Bo Wang;Yongzheng Zhao;Yong Yu;Gaolin Wang;Dianguo Xu;Zhen Dong
subject: induction machine drives|modified Euler approximation|Field-weakening|speed-sensorless
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper presents a novel field-weakening strategy combined with a modified discrete speed-adaptive full-order observer to improve the performance of speed-sensorless induction machine drives in the field-weakening region. The robust field-weakening controller regulates the field current and the clamp of torque current according to the machine operating mode. Compared with the conventional inverse proportion to speed method and optimal flux level calculation method, the proposed controller shows the superiorities over maximum torque selection and parameter robustness. Moreover, a discrete speed-adaptive full-order observer is designed to estimate the rotor speed. However, when the machine operates at high speed, two poles of the conventional forward Euler approximation-based observer are outside the unit circle, which leads to system instability. To solve the conflict between stability, accuracy, and computational burden, a modified Euler approximation is used to discretize the observer. A comparative study of different approximations substantiates the presented approximation. The effectiveness of the proposed solution is demonstrated experimentally on an industrial induction machine drive.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/184288
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/593696
ISSN: 0885-8993
1941-0107
volume: 31
issue: 8
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Title: Speed-Sensorless Induction Machine Control in the Field-Weakening Region Using Discrete Speed-Adaptive Full-Order Observer
Authors: Bo Wang;Yongzheng Zhao;Yong Yu;Gaolin Wang;Dianguo Xu;Zhen Dong
subject: induction machine drives|modified Euler approximation|Field-weakening|speed-sensorless
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper presents a novel field-weakening strategy combined with a modified discrete speed-adaptive full-order observer to improve the performance of speed-sensorless induction machine drives in the field-weakening region. The robust field-weakening controller regulates the field current and the clamp of torque current according to the machine operating mode. Compared with the conventional inverse proportion to speed method and optimal flux level calculation method, the proposed controller shows the superiorities over maximum torque selection and parameter robustness. Moreover, a discrete speed-adaptive full-order observer is designed to estimate the rotor speed. However, when the machine operates at high speed, two poles of the conventional forward Euler approximation-based observer are outside the unit circle, which leads to system instability. To solve the conflict between stability, accuracy, and computational burden, a modified Euler approximation is used to discretize the observer. A comparative study of different approximations substantiates the presented approximation. The effectiveness of the proposed solution is demonstrated experimentally on an industrial induction machine drive.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/184288
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/593696
ISSN: 0885-8993
1941-0107
volume: 31
issue: 8
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: Speed-Sensorless Induction Machine Control in the Field-Weakening Region Using Discrete Speed-Adaptive Full-Order Observer
Authors: Bo Wang;Yongzheng Zhao;Yong Yu;Gaolin Wang;Dianguo Xu;Zhen Dong
subject: induction machine drives|modified Euler approximation|Field-weakening|speed-sensorless
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: This paper presents a novel field-weakening strategy combined with a modified discrete speed-adaptive full-order observer to improve the performance of speed-sensorless induction machine drives in the field-weakening region. The robust field-weakening controller regulates the field current and the clamp of torque current according to the machine operating mode. Compared with the conventional inverse proportion to speed method and optimal flux level calculation method, the proposed controller shows the superiorities over maximum torque selection and parameter robustness. Moreover, a discrete speed-adaptive full-order observer is designed to estimate the rotor speed. However, when the machine operates at high speed, two poles of the conventional forward Euler approximation-based observer are outside the unit circle, which leads to system instability. To solve the conflict between stability, accuracy, and computational burden, a modified Euler approximation is used to discretize the observer. A comparative study of different approximations substantiates the presented approximation. The effectiveness of the proposed solution is demonstrated experimentally on an industrial induction machine drive.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/184288
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/593696
ISSN: 0885-8993
1941-0107
volume: 31
issue: 8
Appears in Collections:2016

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