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Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences

DOI

10.3906/elk-1305-110

Abstract

High-performance electrical drives can be achieved by using field-oriented controllers, which make torque and flux naturally decoupled. A conventional vector-controlled drive has the disadvantage of either requiring flux and speed sensors or being affected by rotor resistance, which varies along with the motor performance. The presented paper focuses on developing a high-performance sensorless rotor flux-oriented controller of an induction machine independent of the rotor resistance variation. This method applies spectral theory of Walsh functions, which are one of the most helpful members of piecewise constant basis functions in solving dynamic models. Inherent characteristics of Walsh functions and application of an operational matrix will make the system handy and robust against inverter switching effects.

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