Control Oriented Modelling of AC Actuators

Module Title Control Oriented Modeling of AC Actuators
Module Type E
Competency
Electromagnetic modeling of AC actuators
Courses Title Teaching Method SWS Credits Performance requirements/Examination
Induction Machine Modelling
lecture, exercise 1 2
  • exam (70%)
  • tutored project defense (30%)
Synchronous Machine Modelling lecture, exercise 1 2
Semester summer
Responsible Masmoudi
Site Sfax
Lecturer(s) Ahmed Masmoudi
Badii Bouzidi
Language English
Workload 30 hours course attendance
40 tutored project
Credits 4
Recommended Qualifications  -
Learning Outcomes a) Induction Machine Modelling
After the successful participation in the course Induction Machine Modelling the students are able to:
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of induction machine vector control strategies,
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of induction machine direct torque control strategies,
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of induction machine direct power control strategies.
b) Synchronous Machine Modelling
After the successful participation in the course Synchronous Machine Modelling the students are able:
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of synchronous machine vector control strategies,
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of synchronous machine direct torque control strategies,
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of synchronous machine maximum torque per ampere control strategies.
Contents a) Induction Machine Modelling
  • Principle of Operation: Induction Phenomenon
  • Model Simplification Hypothesis
  • IM A-B-C Model
  • Park Transform
  • IM Park Model
  • Park Model-Based Analysis of the IM Steady-State Operation
b) Synchronous Machine Modelling
  • Salient Pole SM A-B-C model
  • SM Park Model
  • Electromagnetic Torque Formulation
  • Operation at Maximum Torque
  • Operation at Unity Power Factor
  • Flux Weakening Operation
Media Black board and beamer, lectures and presentations, simulation using conventional software packages.
Literature
  • Stephen Chapman, Electric Machinery Fundamentals, Fourth Edition, McGraw-Hill Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2005.
  • Paul Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Scott Sudhoff, Steven Pekarek, Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems, Third Edition, Wiley Online Library, 2013.