Simulink Implementation of Hysteresis Current ControlledIndirect Field Oriented Drive for Induction Motor

Authors

  • C. P. Pandya Department of Electrical Engineering,Atmiya Institute of Technology and Science
  • H. R. Khut Department of Electrical Engineering, Atmiya Institute of Technology and Science
  • S. P. Singh Department of Electrical Engineering, Atmiya Institute of Technology and Science

Keywords:

Indirect Field Oriented Control (IFOC), Hysteresis Current Control (HCC), Induction Motor Drive, Vector Control, PI controller for speed control, Hysteresis Band(HB)

Abstract

Here, main purpose of the indirect field oriented control strategy is to decouple the torque and flux vectors
in synchronous rotating frame of induction machine, through which we can achieve an independent speed and torque
control and good dynamic response. This indirect field oriented control (Now onwards called as IFOC) scheme will
also improve the drive performance. Hysteresis current control technique is used here for closed loop control of
inverter because of its simplicity of implementation and quick response. PI controller is tuned by trial and error
method here, and is used for speed control so that it will track an exact speed given as a reference input and generates
torque command accordingly. Due to the several features of this drive it is very useful in industries and now a days
they are replacing traditional scalar controlled drive. Simulation results are discussed here and obtained using
MATLAB/SIMULINK package.

Published

2016-12-31

How to Cite

C. P. Pandya, H. R. Khut, & S. P. Singh. (2016). Simulink Implementation of Hysteresis Current ControlledIndirect Field Oriented Drive for Induction Motor . International Journal of Advance Research in Engineering, Science & Technology, 3(13), -. Retrieved from http://ijarest.com/index.php/ijarest/article/view/2072