@article{Utpal Mahitcha_Prof Shimi S. L._Dr. S. Chatterji_2014, title={Direct Torque Control of Induction Motor using3 Level and 5 Level PWM Inverter }, volume={1}, url={https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/5346}, abstractNote={<p>Multi-level inverter technology is being used in multitude of high-voltage, high-power energy<br>systems which include high-power drive applications for electric vehicles,mills, conveyors, pumps, fans,<br>blowers, compressors, etc. Multilevel inverters offer considerable inherent advantages as compared to<br>their two-level counter parts.Multi-level inverter circuit is obtained by connecting number of smaller<br>discrete voltage sources so they generate the output voltage waveforms with more steps of smaller<br>magnitudes, which is more closer to sine wave. The problems associated with two level inverters are<br>electromagnetic interference, switching losses, switch voltage stress, and harmonic distortion.<br>Field Orientation Control and Direct Torque Control are two well-known, high performance methods for<br>speed control of induction motors Out of these two methods motor control by direct torque control has<br>become more popular.It gives high dynamic performance of instantaneous electromagnetic torque. The<br>major attributes of DTC method are ability to achieve fast response of torque and flux, simple control<br>scheme, less computational requirements and offers decoupled control of torque and flux. Work<br>presented in this paper deals with simulation of Direct Torque Control of Induction Motor Drive using<br>Three Level and Five Level PWM Inverter using Diode Clamped Multilevel Inverter topology,<br>simulations of are carried out in MATLAB/SIMULINK</p>}, number={3}, journal={International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD)}, author={Utpal Mahitcha and Prof Shimi S. L. and Dr. S. Chatterji}, year={2014}, month={Mar.}, pages={139–151} }