- Instantaneous power control - an alternative to vector and direct torque control?
- Betz, R. E.; Cook, B. J.
- IEEE Industry Applications Conference. Conference Record of the 2000 IEEE Industry Applications Conference (Rome, Italy 2000) p. 1640-1647
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- This paper presents a new algorithm for the control of AC machines based on the concept of controlling the instantaneous real and imaginary power. This strategy, called Instantaneous Power Control (IPC), allows decoupled control of the torque and flux in the machine. This paper outlines the basic algorithm and then presents simulation results of its performance.
- AC machines; Instantaneous Power Control (IPC); vector and direct torque control
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