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Phase Current Reconstruction Method of 2-Phase Induction Motor using Leg-Shunt Resistors
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 Title & Authors
Phase Current Reconstruction Method of 2-Phase Induction Motor using Leg-Shunt Resistors
Kim, Dong-Ki; Yoon, Duck-Yong;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes an economical method that the phase currents can be measured and reconstructed by means of the leg-shunt resistors in the 3-leg 2-phase vector-controlled inverter for 2-phase induction motor. In general, the phase currents of 2-phase induction motor have been measured using two Hall current sensors. However, because Hall current sensors are expensive, economically disadvantageous to apply in low power applications. The proposed method is verified by computer simulations and experiments to show the good performance of the vector control.
 Keywords
Shunt resistor;2-phase induction motor;Low-cost inverter;3-leg inverter;Vector control;
 Language
Korean
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