Con­trol Ori­ented Mod­el­ling of AC Ac­tu­at­ors

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Compentency: Electromagnetic modeling of AC actuators


Module type: elective module


Semester: summer


Site: Sfax


Language: English


Workload: 30 hours course attendance; 70 hours tutored project


Credits points: 4


Recommended qualifications: none

Courses

Learning Outcome

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

Content

  • 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

Details

  • Lecturer: Ahmed Masmoudi
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 2
  • Examination: exam (70%); tutored project defense (30%)

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Synchronous Machine Modelling the students are able to:

  • 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

Content

  • 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

Details

  • Lecturer: Badii Bouzidi
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 2
  • Examination: exam (70%); tutored project defense (30%)