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 Title & Authors
Self-Tuning Fuzzy Logic Controller for a Dual Star Induction Machine
Merabet, Elkheir; Amimeur, Hocine; Hamoudi, Farid; Abdessemed, Rachid;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes a simple but robust self-tuning fuzzy logic controller for the speed regulation of a dual star induction machine based on indirect field oriented control. For feed the two star of this machine, two voltage source inverters based on sinus-triangular pulse-width modulation techniques are introduced. The simulation results show the robustness and good performance of the proposed controller.
 Keywords
Dual star induction machine (DSIM);Indirect field oriented control (IFOC);PI-type self-tuning-fuzzy logic controller (PI-ST-FLC);Scaling factor (SF);PWM-VSI;
 Language
English
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