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Teacher:


Room:

  • Laboratory of Controlled Electrical Drives, building A-5, room 107

Dates and hours (Winter 2020/2021):

  • Friday 9:15-11:00, even weeks
  • Friday 13:15-15:00, even weeks

Course code:

  • ELR033225P

Final requirements:

  • Detailed report (printed and electronic verstion) with: introduction, theory, obtained results, created models, characteristics, conclusions, references, etc. - last classes
  • Presentation of obtained results (PowerPoint, pdf, etc.) - last classes

Topics - project:

 Nr  Excersice topic
 Materials
1.  Introduction, basic requirements for course assessment. Methodology for project realization. Description of the project topics and distribution the project topics between student groups.

Simulation projects - examples:
  • Cascade control of a DC motor supplied with different DC/DC converters.
  • Cascade control of a DC motor supplied with controlled rectifier (+).
  • Sliding Mode Control (SMC) of a DC motor with chattering reduction.
  • Speed control of the DC motor with elastic shaft with two feedbacks and control signals constraints (plus anti-windup solutions).
  • Position control of a DC motor drive supplied from a DC/DC converter.
  • Predictive control of two-level voltage source inverter for induction motor control (+).
  • Sensorless Direct Field Oriented Control (DFOC) of induction motor drive – MRAS estimator.
  • Sensorless Direct Field Oriented Control (DFOC) of induction motor drive – AFO estimator.
  • Sensorless Direct Field Oriented Control (DFOC) of induction motor drive – Sliding Mode estimator.
  • Sensorless Direct Field Oriented Control (DFOC) of induction motor drive with selected speed estimators – stability analysis during regenerating mode operation (+).
  • Sensorless Direct Field Oriented Control (DFOC) of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) (+).
  • Direct Field Oriented Control of an induction motor with elastic shaft (+).
  • Direct Field Oriented Control of an induction motor supplied by a Current Source Inverter (CSI) (+).
  • Direct Field Oriented Control of an induction motor with selected parameter estimation (+).
  • Direct Field Oriented Control of an induction motor with optimised field weakening (+).
  • Direct Field Oriented Control (DFOC) of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM).
  • Indirect field oriented control (IFOC) of induction motor drive.
  • Indirect field oriented control (IFOC) of induction motor drive with rotor time constant estimator (+).
  • Space Vector Modulation (SVM) technique for AC motor drives control.
  • Scalar control method (u/f=const) with different PWM methods.
  • Scalar control method of an induction motor supplied by a Current Source Inverter (CSI)
  • Scalar control method (u/f=const) of an AC motor drive supplied with a cycloconverter (+).
  • Direct Torque Control with Switching Table (DTC-ST) for induction motor drive.
  • Direct Torque Control with Switching Table (DTC-ST) for PMSM drive.
  • Direct Torque Control with Space Vector Modulation (DTC-SVM) for induction motor based traction application.
  • Direct Torque Control with Space Vector Modulation (DTC-SVM) for PMSM based traction application.
  • Position control of an induction motor drive supplied from a voltage source converter.
  • Position control of a PMSM drive supplied from a voltage source converter.
 
2. 

Description of the modeling methodology of chosen elements of the drive sstems in Matlab/Simulink. Implementation of basic mathematical and simulation models (DC motor, induction motor. AC/DC and DC/AC converter, modulator for DC/AC converter).


3-7. 

Realization of the projects in students groups. Presentation and continuous consultations on project results.

 
8. 

Project presentation. Crediting with grade

 
 
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