MKEP 1523
ELECTRICAL DRIVES
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Module 1 Introduction to Electrical Drives Elements of Modern Electrical Drives Dynamics of MotorLoad System  Equivalent rotating system and fundamental torque equations Components of load torque Load and Motor torquespeed characteristics Quadrant of operations Steady state stability Thermal consideration 
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Module 2 Power Electronic Converters in Electrical Drives Controlled rectifier: modelling, control and simulation Switchedmode converters: modelling, control and simulation Current ripple in current controlled converters Current Control Converters:  hysteresis  ramp comparison in stationary and rotating frames Space Vector Modulation
Simulation of PE Converters 
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NOTES AND LOG IN AS A GUEST IF YOU DON’T HAVE AN ACCOUNT Some SIMULINK files on power electronic converters Openloop 3phase controlled rectifier, Closedloop 3phase controlled rectifier Openloop 1phase controlled recifier Small signal model of controlled rectifier 2quadrant converter, 4quadrant converter, small signal model of CC converter Threephase hysteresisbased current controlled Threephase PIbased current controlled in stationary frame Threephase PIbased current controlled in rotating frame

Module 3 DC motor drives Construction, modeling and transfer function of the DC machine Converters for DC drives – quadrant of operations Closedloop control of DC drives – MATLAB/SIMULINK Simulation and experiment of DC motor drives 
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Module 4 Induction motor drives Induction motor: Steady state equivalent circuit  Scalar control: open loop constant V/Hz control:  Current control constant V/Hz Dynamic modelling of IM Vector control: rotor flux, stator flux and direct torque control
Simulation of AC motor drives 
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Some SIMULINK files on AC drives Openloop constant V/f: Without the Boost, With the Boost, Script mfile to plot the steady state Tw characteristic  you need to edit it to change the parameters, Closedloop constant V/hz with slip regulation In order to run the simulation, make sure that you compile the C Sfunction files: zip C files

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List of reference
used for the course
Books
[1] Ned Mohan , ‘Electric Drives: An integrative
approach’, MNPERE,
Minneapolis, USA, 2001
[2] G.K. Dubey, “Fundamental of Electrical Drives”, Narosa, 1994.
[3] R. Krishnan, “Electric motor drives”, PrenticeHall, 2001
[4] N. Mohan, “Power Electronics: Converters, applications
and design” , 3e, John
Wiley and Sons, 2003.
[5] W. Leonhard, “Control of electrical drives”, SpringerVerlag, 2001.
[6] J. M. D. Murphy and F.G.
Turnbull, “Power
electronic control of AC motor”, Pergamon press, 1988.
[7] B.K. Bose, “Power electronics and AC drives”, PrenticeHall, 2002
[8] D.W. Novotny &T.A. Lipo, “Vector control and dynamics of AC
drives”, Oxford
Science Publicatios, 1996.
[9] M.A. ElSharkawi, “Fundamentals of Electric Drives”, Brooks/Cole, 2000
Papers
[10] J. Holtz, W. Lotzkat and A. Khambadkone,
“On continuous control of PWM
inverters in the overmodulation range including the sixstep mode”, IEEE Transactions on Power
Electronics, Vol 8, No 4, pp 546553, Oct 1993
[11] I. Takahashi and T. Noguchi, “A new quickresponse and
highefficiency control strategy of an induction motor”, IEEE Trans. Ind. Appl. Vol. IA22,
No. 5, pp. 820827. Sept. /Oct. 1986.
[12] X. Xu, R. K. Doncker, D.W. Novotny, “A stator flux oriented Induction
machine drive”, IEEEPower
Electronic Specialist Conference, 1988.