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SVPWM based speed control of Induction Motor with 3-level Inverter using V/F method

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design SVPWM for 3 level inverter for speed control of Induction motor based on V/F method

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V/F control of Induction motor with SVPWM based 3-level inverter

Required Products SimPowerSystems
MATLAB release MATLAB 7.6 (R2008a)
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24 Aug 2014 Mayur gohel  
10 Oct 2012 maria Pereira

hello sir when i run your simulink model " SVPWM based inverter control" i get error -- Internal error
source-- unknown
reported by--stateflow
summary-- ambigouus property name
wat i should do to get output
mariacelfa@gmail.com

03 Oct 2012 zewl elena

hello.. can u help me when i try to run your file, it shows Unable to locate a C-compiler required by Stateflow and MATLAB Function blocks.
Use 'mex -setup' to select a supported C-compiler.

do u know whats the problem?

30 May 2012 muhammad  
20 Apr 2012 Siva Malla

first extract the files from zip folder to desktop or any other folder. then double click on .mdl model. if your matlab working fine then now this type of problems will not come. this is the problem between matlab and zip file. I think in your system there is no coordination between this two. otherwise try in another system.

20 Apr 2012 Siva Malla

if you have any doubts then you can contact by my mail: malla_phd@yahoo.com

20 Apr 2012 Soumo

please i am in desparate need for help

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.

04 Apr 2012 Erdal Bizkevelci  

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