Analysis, design & implementation of sensor less control of induction motorby V/F Method

Authors

  • Yogesh Parmar M.E pursuing, Dept. Electrical Engineering, DJMIT, Mogar, Gujarat, India
  • Amrpal kanojiya Assistant professor, Dept. Electrical Engineering, DJMIT, Mogar, Gujarat, India

Keywords:

Induction motor, variable speed drive, simple boost control, maximum boost control, space vector control, etc.

Abstract

The controlling of Induction motor drives. Because of low maintenance and robustness, Induction motors
have many applications in industries. Speed control of induction motor is more important to achieve maximum torque
and efficiency. Various control techniques such as scalar control, vector control, Sensor-less control are used. Induction
motor characteristics are well suited for Adjustable or Variable Speed Drive, which is, nowadays, preferred over
Constant Speed Drive In this paper, Variable Voltage-Variable Frequency (V/f) base torque-speed control of three phase
induction motor fed by a PWM Voltage Source Inverter will be simulated using MATLAB SoftwareThe comparison
analysis is performed between various modulation techniques in quasi z sourceInverter. The modulation techniques are
simple boost control, maximum boost control, and maximum constant boost control. From the study maximum constant
boost control technique was found to be better than other sinusoidal pulse width modulation

Published

2017-04-25

How to Cite

Yogesh Parmar, & Amrpal kanojiya. (2017). Analysis, design & implementation of sensor less control of induction motorby V/F Method. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 4(4), 1254–1263. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/2860