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Volume 7, Issue 6 - Dec 2002
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Space Vector PWM Technique for Two-Phase Inverter-Fed Two-Phase Induction Motors
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 1~10
In this paper the space voltage vector pulsewidth modulation(SVPWM) technique for two-phase inverter is proposed. The two-phase SVPWM technique is applicable to two-phase induction motor drives. The two-phase inverter using two-phase SVPWM technique cannot generate zero voltage vectors, but four space vectors. A reference voltage vector in the square locus is realized by adjusting four space vectors. The switching sequence "two-phase symmetrical modulation" used in two-phase SVPWM is proposed. Practical verification of theoretical predictions is presented to conform the capabilities of the new technique.technique.
A Motor Position Detecting Method Using Algorithmic State Machine(ASM)
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 11~17
This paper describes on a position detection method for the motors which have repetitive operations using the Algorithmic State Machine(ASM), one of the digital logic design methods. With analyses for the incremental encoder output patterns, state diagram and state table are constructed and a digital circuit which can detect the changing point of direction of motor rotation is designed. To verify the validity of the designed circuit, simulations for all cases in which the direction of motor rotation is changed, are performed. Simulation results show the designed digital circuit can detect the direction of motor rotation accurately for all cases.
Single-Stage High Power Factor Converter for 90-260Vrms Input
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 18~29
Generally, the single-stage power factor corrected converter has a problem of high dc link voltage. In the case of high line voltage, especially, the dc link voltage is verb high under the light load condition. To solve this problem, a new single stage power factor corrected AC/DC converter has been proposed. The proposed converter has huck topology as a power factor corrector. To prove feasibility of the proposed converter, the design example of the proposed converter has been presented. The design considerations and experimental results for the proposed converter have been shown. The experimental results show that the line input current harmonics can meet IEC1000-3-2 Class D requirements for the range of line input voltage from 90Vrms to 260Vrms.
The Development of Buck Type Electronic Ballast for 250W MHL and Dimming System
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 30~40
This paper studies the electronic ballast development for 250w MH lamps. We have improved the input power factor using a PFC IC. To provide the rating voltage required In the lamps, we have used the buck type dc-dc converter By this method, the stress of switching devices in inverter can be reduced. The inverter is the Full-Bridge type. To eliminate the acoustic resonance phenomena of MH lamps, we have added the high frequency sinewave voltage to the low frequency square-wave voltage to the lamp. We hove developed the igniter circuit using the L, C devices. We could control dimming of the lamp by varying the output voltage of the buck converter. The time of illuminating lamps and luminous intensity could be adjusted by season and time band. The buck converter output voltage can be controlled and the no load and over current situation were Protected by the development of the microprocessor Program.
A New High Pulse SCR Inverter for Utility Interactive Renewable Power Generation System
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 41~47
In this paper, a new line-commutated SCR inverter for renewable power generation system is proposed. The proposed inverter system includes a 6-pulse SCR inverter and an auxiliary circuit. By the proper operation of the auxiliary circuit, the pulse number of the inverter system is increased and the output voltages and currents harmonics are significantly reduced. Analysis, control and simulation for 24-pulse operation of the proposed scheme is Presented and the experimental results from a laboratory Prototype verify the proposed theory.
Electromagnetic Indirect Induction Fluid Heating System using Series Resonant PWM Inverter and Its Performance Evaluations
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 48~54
This paper is described the indirect induction heated boiler and induction heated hot air producer using the voltage-fed series resonant high-frequency inverter which can operate in the frequency range from 20 kHz to 50 kHz. A specially designed induction heater is composed of laminated stainless plates, which have many tiny holes and are interconnected by spot welding. This heater is inserted into the ceramic type vessel with external working coil. This working coil is connected to the inverter and turbulence fluid through this induction heater to moving fluid generates in the vessel. The operating performances of this unique appliance in next generation and its effectiveness are evaluated and discussed from a practical point of view.
Implementation of a Hybrid Controller for Hydraulic Inverter Controller
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 55~64
Due to the friction characteristics of cylinders and the rail of a passenger car, in the system actuated with hydraulic systems, there exist dead zones, which can not be controlled by a PID controller. In this paper, the friction characteristics of a cylinder is examined, which may cause the abrupt increase of the acceleration in the zero-crossing speed region. To overcome the drawbacks of a PID controlled hydraulic system, a zooming fuzzy logic controller is designed and finally an improved hybrid controller is Proposed. The proposed controller is composed of the PID controller and the zooming fuzzy controller. The effectiveness of the proposed control scheme is shown by simulation and experimental results, In which the proposed hybrid control method yields good control performance not only in the zero-crossing speed region but also In the overall control region including steady-state region.
The Carrier-based PWM Method for Voltage Balance of Flying Capacitor Multi-bevel Inverter
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 65~73
This paper proposes a new carrier-based PWM method to solve the most serious problem of flying capacitor multi-level inverter that is the unbalance of capacitor voltages. The voltage unbalance occurs due to the difference of each capacitor's charging and discharging time applied to Flying Capacitor Inverter. New solution controls the variation of capacitor voltages into the mean '0'during some period by means of new carriers using the leg voltage redundancy in the flying capacitor inverter. The solution can be easily expanded to the multi-level inverter. The leg voltage redundancy in the new method makes the switching loss of device equals to the conduction loss of device. This paper will examine the unbalance of capacitor voltage and the conventional theory of self-balance using Phase-shifted carrier. And then the new method that is suitable to the flying capacitor inverter will be explained.
A Miniature Inertia Simulator using Vector Controlled Induction Motor
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 74~80
A propulsion system apparatus for railroad vehicle is estimated it's performance because of safety and confidence. In general, flywheel type testing method is widely used in the equipment. However, mechanical inertia generated by the flywheel can not be varied (or controlled) and can not be represent actual running resistance. In this study, we have focused on the development of variable vehicle load generation. Therefore, we have proposed the method which uses variable vehicle load controlled by vector motor to get the characteristics of the real vehicle load and confirmed the results with those of computer simulations.
A High-Performance Position Sensorless Control System of Reluctance Synchronous Motor with Direct Torque Control
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 81~90
This paper presents an Implementation of digital high-performance position sensorless control system of Reluctance Synchronous Motor(RSM) drives with Direct Torque Control(DTC). The system consists of stator flux observer, speed and torque estimator, two digital hysteresis controllers, an optimal switching look-up table, Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor(IGBT) voltage source inverter, and TMS320C31 DSP board. The stator flux observer Is based on the combined voltage and current model with stator flux feedback adaptive control of which inputs are current and voltage sensed on motor terminal for wide speed range. In order to prove the suggested sensorless control algorithm for industrial field application, we have some simulation and actual experiment at low and high speed range. The developed high-performance speed control by fully digital system are shown a good response characteristic of control results and high performance features using 1.0[kW] RSM having 2.57 reluctance ratio of
Torque Ripple Minimization for IPMSM with Non Sinusoidal Back-EMF
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 91~100
This paper deals with the ripple reduction of the electromagnetic torque developed in IPMSM(Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor). Generally, torque ripple is an important causes of vibration and noise of motor. For reducing torque ripple in IPM with nonsinusoidal EMF, the optimal current which is able to control maximum torque/ampere is considered to be introduced In the proposed method. The fact of torque ripple being reduced when the optimal current Is used in motor is verified through simulation and experiment.
Control of the Third Harmonics Injected PWM Inverter in Over Modulation Mode
The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics, volume 7, issue 1, 2002, Pages 101~110
A method to control the inverter output voltage lineally in over modulation mode of the third harmonics injected PWM inverter is proposed. The third harmonics injected PWM has a extended linear region compared with the sine PWM. But it still has a maximum voltage about 90% compared with the six step inverter. Therefore, to control the output voltage linearly in over modulation mode, analyzing the relationship between the modulation index and the peak of the fundamental component of the modified reference voltage, we can settle the problem in over modulation mode without iteration. Then we can increase the maximum fundamental component of the third harmonics injected PWM inverter comparative to six-step inverter continuously in over modulation mode. The simulation results of the inverter-induction motor system shows the validity of this method and experimental results prove it.