dr inż. Filip Wilczyński
- Adiunkt at Department of Controlled Electric Drives
- 2020 - present Assistant at Departament of Controlled Electric Drives and Energy Conversion
Budynek A Elektrotech.
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Feedback Control of Multiphase Induction Machines with Backstepping Technique
The paper presents the control possibility of five phase induction machines. In the proposed solution the machine model vector form is not transformed to the (dq)-coordinate system, that is connected to rotor flux vector, but utilizes the stationary system ( αβ ). Moreover, the nonlinear model linearization is based on demonstrated nonlinear variables transformation for i-orthogonal ( αβ )(n) planes. By introducing the backstepping...
Sensorless Field Oriented Control of Five Phase Induction Motor with Third Harmonic Injection
In this paper, a sensorless field oriented control system of five-phase induction machine with the 3rd harmonic rotor flux is presented. Two vector models, α1-β1 and α3-β3, were transformed into d1-q1, d3-q3 models oriented in rotating frames, which correspond to the 1st and 3rd harmonic plane respectively. The authors proposed the linearization of the model in d-q coordinate frames by introducing a new variable “x” which is proportional...
Speed observer of induction machine based on backstepping and sliding mode for low‐speed operation
This paper presents a speed observer design based on backstepping and slidingmode approaches. The inputs to the observer are the stator current and thevoltage vector components. This observer structure is extended to the integra-tors. The observer stabilizing functions contain the appropriate sliding surfaceswhich result from the Lyapunov function. The rotor angular speed is obtainedfrom the non‐adaptive formula with a sliding...
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