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Modeling and Control of Variable Speed Drives


J. Greiner

Semester Thesis, HS15 (10458)

Induction motors have been industry’s main workhorse for almost a century. Variable speed drives (VSD) couple such motors to the grid and regulate torque and speed. Through advanced control strategies, VSDs are expected to be more economical and size efficient. In this work two simulation frameworks of VSDs are implemented. An appropriate embedding between grid and machine is included as well as low-level controllers to ensure basic operability. The two models are tested extensively in different operating modes and subsequently compared. Due to their high accuracy and low computational cost, they enable fast development and tuning of advanced control strategies. br>
Supervisors: Felix Rey, John Lygeros


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(13)Semester/Bachelor Thesis

J. Lygeros

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@PhdThesis { Xxx:2015:IFA_5326
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