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Predictive current control with modulation in asymmetrical six-phase motor drives

Predictive current control with modulation in asymmetrical six-phase motor drives
Predictive current control with modulation in asymmetrical six-phase motor drives
Predictive control has been introduced as an alternative to conventional controllers in the electrical torque and current regulation of multiphase drives. The increase in computing power of modern microprocessors makes this strategy now plausible, offering faster torque and current responses than PI controllers with carrier-based or space vector PWM techniques. However, the current control performance in the multiphase drives that use predictive controllers does not at present ensure good control and thus low values of harmonics. Modulation techniques have been recently combined with conventional predictive controllers to reduce the stator current harmonic components. In this paper, a novel predictive current control method that uses analytical modulation techniques is presented. The method is analyzed and reviewed in comparison with previous proposals, and simulation results are provided to verify its behavior.
electric current control, induction motor drives, machine control, microprocessor chips, modulation, predictive control, torque control, PI controller, analytical modulation technique, asymmetrical six-phase motor drive, current regulation, electrical torque, microprocessor, multiphase drive, predictive current control method, space vector PWM technique, stator current harmonic component, Current control, Harmonic analysis, Modulation, Predictive control, Stators, Vectors, Voltage control, Modulation techniques, Multiphase machines
Prieto, Joel
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Barrero, Federico
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Lim, Chee Shen
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Levi, Emil
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Prieto, Joel
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Barrero, Federico
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Lim, Chee Shen
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Levi, Emil
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Prieto, Joel, Barrero, Federico, Lim, Chee Shen and Levi, Emil (2012) Predictive current control with modulation in asymmetrical six-phase motor drives. 15th International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference EPE-PEMC, Novi Sad, Serbia. 03 - 05 Sep 2012. (doi:10.1109/EPEPEMC.2012.6397390).

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Abstract

Predictive control has been introduced as an alternative to conventional controllers in the electrical torque and current regulation of multiphase drives. The increase in computing power of modern microprocessors makes this strategy now plausible, offering faster torque and current responses than PI controllers with carrier-based or space vector PWM techniques. However, the current control performance in the multiphase drives that use predictive controllers does not at present ensure good control and thus low values of harmonics. Modulation techniques have been recently combined with conventional predictive controllers to reduce the stator current harmonic components. In this paper, a novel predictive current control method that uses analytical modulation techniques is presented. The method is analyzed and reviewed in comparison with previous proposals, and simulation results are provided to verify its behavior.

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e-pub ahead of print date: September 2012
Venue - Dates: 15th International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference EPE-PEMC, Novi Sad, Serbia, 2012-09-03 - 2012-09-05
Keywords: electric current control, induction motor drives, machine control, microprocessor chips, modulation, predictive control, torque control, PI controller, analytical modulation technique, asymmetrical six-phase motor drive, current regulation, electrical torque, microprocessor, multiphase drive, predictive current control method, space vector PWM technique, stator current harmonic component, Current control, Harmonic analysis, Modulation, Predictive control, Stators, Vectors, Voltage control, Modulation techniques, Multiphase machines
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Local EPrints ID: 390572
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/390572
PURE UUID: 961be4c3-2c8a-4ce8-89f0-8c3c74394446

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Author: Joel Prieto
Author: Federico Barrero
Author: Chee Shen Lim
Author: Emil Levi

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