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Vector Conrol of Induction Machine Supplied by SVPWM Inverter

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This demo realized a simulation frame of Vector Conrol of Induction Machine Supplied by SVPWM Invert

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Torque and flux are controlled independantly,with closed loop of observed currents and speed.
Controllers are ordinary PI controller,with modified controlling parameters.
For your convenience in simulation or design process of motor controllers.

Required Products SimElectronics
SimPowerSystems
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.10 (R2010a)
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Comments and Ratings (6)
12 Jul 2014 Tyramolas

Mr. Jiayang

In your model some variables have predefined values, e.g. gain5 in usdc block = 1.58188e-3. I assume that these values apply to a certain type of motor. In my model I would like to use different type of motor.

Could you please give any references that show the general equations for the predefined cell values? A simple link showing that would help a lot

Thank you

07 Jan 2014 sam

hi ruan..have you implement this to PMSM?

14 May 2013 mahmog

good job!

28 Apr 2012 zewl elena

is this what we use for direct torque control of induction motor using svpwm?

21 Apr 2012 Ruan Jiayang

just follow the instructions, put the simulink file into a file, and change the current directory to this file.

20 Apr 2012 Soumo

please i am in desparate need for hel

when i run this simulation i get the foll errors
1-stateflow build error-
The current directory is c:\program files (x86)\matlab\bin, which is reserved for MATLAB files.

Please change your current directory to a writable directory preferably outside of MATLAB installation area.

2-Model build error-
Error using construct_error (line 109)
The current directory is c:\program files (x86)\matlab\bin, which is reserved for MATLAB files.

Please change your current directory to a writable directory preferably outside of MATLAB installation area.

Please how do i solve this problem. If you have a solution please get back to me immidiately.

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