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A Design of Prototype 1C2M Railway Vehicle Propulsion Control System Considering Slip Reduction of Traction Motor
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 Title & Authors
A Design of Prototype 1C2M Railway Vehicle Propulsion Control System Considering Slip Reduction of Traction Motor
Chang, Chin-Young; Kim, Jae-Moon; Kim, Yoon-Ho;
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 Abstract
This study proposes a re-adhesion algorithm that has stable traction effort for rolling stock slip/slide minimization when deliverable traction decreases by slip. The proposed scheme estimates appropriate reference speed using two encoders for reducing slip and controls traction effort stably and has stable control characteristics for disturbance. The algorithm which uses the maximum adhesive effort by instantaneous estimation of adhesion force stably controls traction effort and gives rolling stock excellent acceleration and deceleration characteristics. And a slip sensing element that can quickly detect slip is used. Load motor and inverter were checked in various slip conditions for creating various line conditions.
 Keywords
Railway vehicle;Propulsion control system;Adhesion effort;Slip;
 Language
English
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