TY - JOUR
N2 - The continuing efforts for reduction of the torque and flux ripples using Finite Set Model Predictive Direct Torque Control methods (FS-MPDTC) have been currently drowning a great attention from the academic communities and industrial applications in the field of electrical drives. The major problem of high torque and flux ripples refers to the consideration of just one active voltage vector at the whole control period. Implementation of two or more voltage vectors at each sampling time has recently been adopted as one of the practical techniques to reduce both the torque and flux ripples. Apart from the calculating challenge of the effort control, the parameter dependency and complexity of the duty ratio relationships lead to reduction of the system robustness. those are two outstanding drawbacks of these methods. In this paper, a finite set of the voltage vectors with a finite set of duty cycles are employed to implement the FS-MPDTC of induction motor. Based on so-called Discrete Duty Cycle- based FS-MPDTC (DDC-FS-MPDTC), a base duty ratio is firstly determined based on the equivalent reference voltage. This duty ratio is certainly calculated using the command values of the control system, while the motor parameters are not used in this algorithm. Then, two sets of duty ratios with limit members are constructed for two adjacent active voltage vectors supposed to apply at each control period. Finally, the prediction and the cost function evaluation are performed for all of the preselected voltage vectors and duty ratios. However, the prediction and the optimization operations are performed for only 12 states of inverter. Meanwhile, time consuming calculations related to SVM has been eliminated. So, the robustness and complexity of the control system have been respectively decreased and increased, and both the flux and torque ripples are reduced in all speed ranges. The simulation results have verified the damping performance of the proposed method to reduce the ripples of both the torque and flux, and accordingly the experimental results have strongly validated the aforementioned statement.
L1 - http://journals.pan.pl/Content/119988/PDF/14_02051_Bpast.No.69%284%29_27.08.21_druk.pdf
L2 - http://journals.pan.pl/Content/119988
PY - 2021
IS - 4
EP - e137727
KW - FS-MPTC
KW - induction motor
KW - duty ratio
KW - voltage vector
KW - torque and flux ripples
A1 - Kiani, Babak
A1 - Mozafari, Babak
A1 - Soleymani, Soodabeh
A1 - Mohammadnezhad Shourkaei, Hosein
VL - 69
SP - e137727
T1 - Predictive torque control of induction motor drive with reduction of torque and flux ripple
DA - 26.06.2021
UR - http://journals.pan.pl/dlibra/publication/edition/119988
T2 - Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences: Technical Sciences
DOI - 10.24425/bpasts.2021.137727
ER -