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Model Predictive Direct Torque Control of the Induction Motor Drive: The Implementation

In this seminar I will present the implementation of Model Predictive Direct Torque Control of the Induction Motor Drive which took place in ABB AuTomation Drives & Development (ATDD). The project is based on the thesis "Low Complexity Model Predictive Control in Power Electronics and Power Systems", (PhD Thesis: ETH No.15953). The induction motor drive is considered as a discrete time hybrid system. The prediction horizon is one step ahead. A cost function is minimized to obtain the optimal control input sequence. Experimental results will be presented in comparison to normal Direct Torque Control implemented by ABB. The current status of the project will be discussed and I will conclude with actions that need to be taken concerning further procedure of the project.

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IfA Seminar
Kostas G. Papadopoulos
Dec 07, 2006   12:00

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Kostas G. Papadopoulos
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