This paper develops the application of a different control strategy to the vector control of the voltage-fed induction motor. The proposed model decomposes the control task into three loops, namely, the speed loop, the d-axis flux loop and the q -axis flux loop. Then, tracking of speed with different controllers is designed for each loop. Proportional- Integral update laws are used to adjust the control parameters, which increases the tracking performance (Z-N Method) .Simulations are obtained shows good robustness against parameter variations, high tracking performance and simplicity of implementation.
LAKSHMISWARUPA, M.; Das, G Tulasi Ram; and RAJGOPAL, P.V.
"VECTOR CONTROL SCHEME FOR INDUCTION MOTOR WITH DIFFERENT CONTROLLERS FOR NEGLECTING THE END EFFECTS IN HEV APPLICATIONS,"
International Journal of Electronics Signals and Systems: Vol. 2
, Article 4.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijess/vol2/iss4/4