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Modeling, Simulation and Control of Electrical Drives
Thanks to advances in power electronics device design, digital signal processing technologies and energy efficient algorithms, ac motors have become the backbone of the power electronics industry. Variable frequency drives (VFD's) together with IE3 and IE4 induction motors, permanent magnet motors, and synchronous reluctance motors have emerged as a new generation of greener high-performance technologies, which offer improvements to process and speed control, product quality, energy consumption and diagnostics analytics.
Primarily intended for professionals and advanced students who are working on sensorless control, predictive control, direct torque control, speed control and power quality and optimisation techniques for electric drives, this edited book surveys state of the art novel control techniques for different types of ac machines. The book provides a framework of different modeling and control algorithms using MATLAB®/Simulink®, and presents design, simulation and experimental verification techniques for the design of lower cost and more reliable and performant systems.
About the Editors
Mohammed Fazlur Rahman is Professor and Head of the Energy Systems Group with the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications at the University of New South Wales, Australia. His research interests cover power electronics, motor drives, design of electrical machines with permanent-magnet excitation, and motion control systems. He is a Fellow of the IEEE.
Sanjeet Dwivedi is Senior R&D Control Engineer at Danfoss Power Electronics A/S, Denmark, and former Adjunct Professor with Curtin University Perth, Australia [2016-18]. He holds three international patents. He is a recipient of the Merit Award from Institution of India IE(I) (2006). He was also awarded the 9th Man on the Moon Global Innovation Award of Danfoss (2015) and the IETE-Bimal Bose Award (2017) for outstanding contributions in power electronics and drives. He is a Fellow of the IET and the IEEE.
Mohammed Fazlur Rahman, Sanjeet K. Dwivedi