Speed Control of Induction Motor Servo Drives Using Terminal Sliding-Mode Controller

Feng, Y, Zhou, M, Han, F and Yu, X 2018, 'Speed Control of Induction Motor Servo Drives Using Terminal Sliding-Mode Controller' in Shihua Li, Xinghuo Yu, Leonid Fridman, Zhihong Man, Xiangyu Wang (ed.) Advances in Variable Structure Systems and Sliding Mode Control-Theory and Applications, Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 341-356.


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Title Speed Control of Induction Motor Servo Drives Using Terminal Sliding-Mode Controller
Author(s) Feng, Y
Zhou, M
Han, F
Yu, X
Year 2018
Title of book Advances in Variable Structure Systems and Sliding Mode Control-Theory and Applications
Publisher Springer
Place of publication Cham, Switzerland
Editor(s) Shihua Li, Xinghuo Yu, Leonid Fridman, Zhihong Man, Xiangyu Wang
Start page 341
End page 356
Subjects Simulation and Modelling
Industrial Electronics
Summary The induction motor (IM) is one of the most common electrical motor used in most applications. This motor runs at a speed less than its synchronous speed, therefore it is also called as asynchronous motor. The synchronous speed is the speed of rotation of the magnetic field in a rotary machine and it depends upon the frequency and number poles of the IM. The IM has been extensively used in many practical applications due to its simply construction, lower repair and maintenance costs, high reliability and relatively low manufacturing cost. With the development of power electronics, electrical technique and control theories, IMs have been able to be used in high-performance servo systems, such as speed servo systems, even position servo systems. This chapter describes the speed control method and technique of IM servo drives using terminal sliding-mode controller.
Copyright notice © Springer International Publishing AG 2018
Keyword(s) Sliding mode control
induction motor
speed control
DOI - identifier 10.1007/978-3-319-62896-7_14
ISBN 9783319628967
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