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Decoupled Control of Doubly Fed Induction Machine Fed by SVM Matrix Converter
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 Title & Authors
Decoupled Control of Doubly Fed Induction Machine Fed by SVM Matrix Converter
Dendouga, Abdelhakim; Abdessemed, Rachid; Bendaas, Mohamed Lokmane;
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 Abstract
In this paper a decoupled control of a doubly-fed induction machine(DFIM) feed by a matrix converter is presented. It provides a robust regulation of the stator side active and reactive powers by the direct and quadratic components of the stator current vector, presented in a line-voltage-oriented reference frame. In this case, the stator windings are directly connected to the line grid, while the rotor windings are supplied by this later through a matrix converter controlled by a space vector modulation technique. The proposed solution is suitable for both energy generation and electrical drive applications with restricted speed variation range.
 Keywords
DFIM;Decoupled control;Matrix converter;Space vector modulation;Robustness;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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