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# Computing

## Fundamentals of Electric Machine Control

• Class 15
• Practice 53
• Independent work 82
Total 150

### Course title

Fundamentals of Electric Machine Control

Elective

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### Course objectives

Mathematical model of DC Machine; DC chopper; Three-phase controlled rectifier.
Mathematical model of DC Machine; DC chopper; Three-phase controlled rectifier.
Armature and field control of separately excited DC Machines.
Armature and field control of separately excited DC Machines.
Cascade Control of DC Motor; Technical and symmetrical optimum; ITE, ITSE analysis.
Cascade Control of DC Motor; Technical and symmetrical optimum; ITE, ITSE analysis.
Visit.
Midterm exam.
Steady state mathematical model of Induction Machine; V/f control principles.
Steady state mathematical model of Induction Machine; V/f control principles.
AC/AC converters; Modulation techniques for AC/AC converters used in V/f control.
AC/AC converters; Modulation techniques for AC/AC converters used in V/f control.
V/f control of Induction Machine with and without speed sensor; Current limiter; Project.
V/f control of Induction Machine with and without speed sensor; Current limiter; Visit.
Final exam.

Jens Weidauer (2013.), Električna pogonska tehnika, Graphis
Werner Leonhard (2001.), Control of Electrical Drives, Springer

#### Minimal learning outcomes

• Distinguish the types of electrical machines and their basic characteristics
• Describe control structure for DC machine
• Explain the basic principle of DC/DC converter
• Explain the basics of DC motor speed control
• Apply standard techniques for tuning current and speed controllers of DC motor
• Describe V/f control structure for induction machine
• Explain the basic principle of AC/DC/AC converter
• Use industrial frequency converter for speed control of induction motor
• Solve specific tasks regarding control of induction drive by adapting industrial frequency converter to address particular application