Control Strategies of Electric Drives

Module Title Control Strategies of Electric Drives
Module Type E
CompetencySynthesis and implementation of control strategies dedicated to electric drives
Courses Title Teaching Method SWS Credits Performance requirements/Examination
Rotor Flux Oriented Control of Three-phase Induction Motor
lecture, exercise 1 1
  • exam (70%)
  • tutored project defense (30%)
Direct Torque Control of Three-phase Induction Motor lecture, exercise 1 1
Direct Power Control Strategies of Three-Phase PWM Rectifiers lecture, exercise 1 1
Semester summer
Responsible EL BADSI
Site Sfax
Lecturer(s) Bassem EL BADSI
Language English
Workload 45 hours course attendance
40 hours tutored project
Credits 3
Recommended Qualifications  -
Learning Outcomes a) Rotor Flux Oriented Control of Three-phase Induction Motor
After the successful participation in the course Rotor Flux Oriented Control of Three-phase Induction Motor the students are able to:
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of the RFOC strategy of the IM.
b) Direct Torque Control of Three-phase Induction Motor
After the successful participation in the course Direct Torque Control of Three-phase Induction Motor the students are able:
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of the DTC strategy of the IM.
c) Direct Power Control Strategies of Three-Phase PWM Rectifiers
After the successful participation in the course Direct Power Control Strategies of Three-Phase PWM Rectifiers the students are able:
  • make the synthesis and the implementation of DPC strategies for the control of the three-phase PWM rectifiers.
Contents a) Rotor Flux Oriented Control of Three-phase Induction Motor
  • Principle of Park Transform
  • RFOC of IM Using Current-Controlled VSI
  • RFOC of IM Using Voltage-Controlled VSI
b) Direct Torque Control of Three-phase Induction Motor
  • Space Voltage Vectors of B6 Inverter
  • Implementation of Classical DTC Strategy
  • Bus-Clamping DTC Strategy
c) Direct Power Control Strategies of Three-Phase PWM Rectifiers
  • Modelling of Three-Phase PWM Rectifier
  • Line Voltage and Virtual Flux Estimation
  • Implementation of DPC Strategy
Media Lectures and presentations, simulation using MATLAB-Simulink.
Literature
  • G. Narayanan, D. Zhao, H. K. Krishnamurthy, R. Ayyanar, and V. T. Ranganathan, Space Vector Based Hybrid PWM Techniques for Reduced Current Ripple, IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, vol. 55, no. 4, pp. 1614-1626, 2008.
  • A. Jidin, N. R. N. Idris, A. H. M. Yatim, T. Sutikno, and M. E. Elbuluk, Simple Dynamic Over Modulation Strategy for Fast Torque Control in DTC of Induction Machines with Constant-Switching-Frequency Controller, IEEE Trans. on Industry Applications, vol. 47, no. 5, pp. 2283-2291, 2011.
  • B. El Badsi, B. Bouzidi, and A. Masmoudi, Bus-Clamping-Based DTC: An Attempt to Reduce Harmonic Distortion and Switching Losses, IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics, vol. 60, no. 3, pp. 873-884, 2013.