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High-performance Microcontroller-Based Transvector-Controlled Pulsewidth Modulator-Induction Motor Drive


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Dang, TNT 1996 , 'High-performance Microcontroller-Based Transvector-Controlled Pulsewidth Modulator-Induction Motor Drive', Coursework Master thesis, University of Tasmania.

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A fully digitalised transvector control PWM-IM drive system based on the M68HC11
microcontroller is described. The controller receives a digital speed command from a
host computer via RS-232 interface. The feedback control system employs a
transvector control technique to achieve a high dynamic performance in the estimated
frequency range from 5 to 100 Hz. The PWM modulator utilises a computational
intensive, uniformly sampled sine wave technique at low frequency region while a
look-up table, pattern retrieval method base on the harmonic elimination optimal
technique is utilised at high frequency region. The system hardware is mostly based
on the programmable counters while system software is completely written in C++.

Item Type: Thesis - Coursework Master
Authors/Creators:Dang, TNT
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