Induction Motor Voltage Amplitude Control Technique based on the Motor Efficiency Observation
AbstractThe technique of voltage amplitude control of AC induction motor supplied by the frequency converter has been proposed. It is based on the observation of motor phase current amplitude value. The amplitude of motor supply voltage is controlled in real time in such a way that for given instant motor load and speed the phase current amplitude would be minimal, i.e. the efficiency of the motor would be maximal. The realization of this method of voltage amplitude control is less complicated as compared to vector control. It is enough to provide the continuous measurement of motor phase current amplitude and to find in the real time the amplitude of voltage, at which phase current amplitude is minimal. The proposed technique can be applied in the situations when the fast response of the motor supply voltage amplitude is not needed. The developed technique has been investigated experimentally using special test bench. Ill. 6, bibl. 11 (in English; abstracts in English and Lithuanian).
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