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Direct Torque Control (DTC) of IM Using Space Vector PWM

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Direct Torque Control (DTC) of Induction Motor Using Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation (SVPWM)

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A Direct Torque Controlled (DTC) Induction Motor (IM) drive has been implemented using Space Vector Pulse Width Modulation (SVPWM). The default 'Asynchronous Machine SI Units' and 'SVPWM Generator (2-Level)' blocks are used to reduce complexity and facilitate understanding.

For simulation with the 'Driving cycle' speed reference and 'Variable load' torque reference, set the 'Stop time' to '11'.

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Pradipta Kumar Pal (2019). Direct Torque Control (DTC) of IM Using Space Vector PWM (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/67498-direct-torque-control-dtc-of-im-using-space-vector-pwm), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

Comments and Ratings (16)

prabudha BV

The simulation is giving distorted values with R2014a , any idea why

prabudha BV

Jacky2019

I need detailed explanation !Thank you !
gdutltx@163.com

how can i know about ur model?

Leo

@Pradipta Kumar Pal
Hi Pal, could you please explain why 'psisx' value is constant 0.996? Thank you.

Leo

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@Aseem Routray

Hi Aseem. Thank you for posting your query.

I recommend you the following two papers for a better insight into the SVPWM-DTC scheme:

1. Rodriguez, Jose, et al. "A novel direct torque control scheme for induction machines with space vector modulation." IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference. Vol. 2. 2004.

2. Liu, Yong, Z. Q. Zhu, and David Howe. "Direct torque control of brushless DC drives with reduced torque ripple." IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications 41.2 (2005): 599-608.

Please feel free to write back for a detailed explanation if need be.

@Pradipta Kumar pal
Thank You very much for explaining this to me!
Can you please send me the references on my mail: aseem.kumar1997@gmail.com ?
Regards,
Aseem

@Aseem Routray

Aseem, thank you for writing back.

As for the answer to your first question, this is very much the Direct Torque Control (DTC). A detailed explanation with reference to IEEE Transactions and Journals be sent to you personally via email.

For your second question, this is the only way to model the ‘Mechanical system’ outside the Simulink default ‘Asynchronous Machine SI Units’ block. This model was created with simplicity, modularity and close adherence to the Simulink default library kept in mind. If you want it to be the way in the textbooks, you’ll have to model the ‘Electrical model’ with ‘Rotor speed (wr or wm)’ as the input and 'Electromagnetic torque (Te)’ as the output, feed the 'Electromagnetic torque (Te)’ to a ‘Mechanical model’ modelled separately and feed the ‘Rotor speed (wr or wm)’ obtained as output of the ‘Mechanical model’ back to the ‘Electrical model’.

Select the Simulink default ‘Asynchronous Machine SI Units’ block or the ‘3φ IM’ block from this file and press ‘Ctrl + U’ to look under the mask. You’ll see what I exactly mean. Now, the ‘Rotor speed (wr)’ port is not accessible externally. Hence the ‘Mechanical system’ is modelled differently as you find in most reference designs.

Have a look at the Simulink model ‘Direct Torque Control of an Induction Motor’ by Syed Abdul Rahman Kashif as a cross-reference where the author has modelled the electrical and mechanical systems separately the way you want.

Can someone please explain how is it direct torque control as there is a speed control loop before the torque controller and a position control loop after it?

Moreover, the Load torque that is supposed to go as input to the Induction machine as guided by matlab reference for asynchronous machine has not been given as input and instead there's the total developed torque or the electromagnetic torque needed is given as the input. Can someone please explain the validity of the torque input model?

great work.

beat wang

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Inspired by: Direct Torque Control of an Induction Motor

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