High Performance Control of AC Drives with Matlab/Simulink
High Performance Control of AC Drives with Matlab (R)/Simulink
Explore this indispensable update to a popular graduate text on electric drive techniques and the latest converters used in industryThe Second Edition of High Performance Control of AC Drives with Matlab (R)/Simulink delivers an updated and thorough overview of topics central to the understanding of AC motor drive systems. The book includes new material on medium voltage drives, covering state-of-the-art technologies and challenges in the industrial drive system, as well as their components, and control, current source inverter-based drives, PWM techniques for multilevel inverters, and low switching frequency modulation for voltage source inverters.This book covers three-phase and multiphase (more than three-phase) motor drives including their control and practical problems faced in the field (e.g., adding LC filters in the output of a feeding converter), are considered.The new edition contains links to Matlab (R)/Simulink models and PowerPoint slides ideal for teaching and understanding the material contained within the book. Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of:
A thorough introduction to high performance drives, including the challenges and requirements for electric drives and medium voltage industrial applications
An exploration of mathematical and simulation models of AC machines, including DC motors and squirrel cage induction motors
A treatment of pulse width modulation of power electronic DC-AC converter, including the classification of PWM schemes for voltage source and current source inverters
Examinations of harmonic injection PWM and field-oriented control of AC machines
Voltage source and current source inverter-fed drives and their control
Modelling and control of multiphase motor drive system
Supported with a companion website hosting online resources.
Perfect for senior undergraduate, MSc and PhD students in power electronics and electric drives, High Performance Control of AC Drives with Matlab (R)/Simulink will also earn a place in the libraries of researchers working in the field of AC motor drives and power electronics engineers in industry.