Direct torque control with a modified switching table for a direct matrix converter based AC motor drive system
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- 2017 20th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems, ICEMS 2017, 2017
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© 2017 IEEE. The direct matrix converter has been regarded as a promising AC/AC conversion topology and it is being researched. Motor drives are one of the main potential applications of the matrix converter. This paper carries forward the application of matrix converters in AC motor drives using direct torque control (DTC). In the common DTC scheme for the matrix converter, two vectors with the maximum amplitudes are used to control the torque and flux. In the proposed approach, the input voltage vector sectors are redefined, therefore a modified and simplified switching look-up table is obtained. In this case the most appropriate vector to be applied is uniquely determined and the number of switch actions are reduced. The excellent dynamic performance is obtained by selecting the maximum vector. Flux and speed are controlled effectively. Simulation work is carried out for an induction motor and results verify the effectiveness of the proposed DTC control in matrix converter based AC drive systems.
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