Hoş Geldiniz,
Misafir
.
Oturum Aç
.
English
NİNOVA
DERSLER
YARDIM
HAKKINDA
Neredeyim:
Ninova
/
Dersler
/
Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü
/
ELK 605
/
Dersin Bilgileri
Fakülteye dön
Ana Sayfa
Dersin Bilgileri
Dersin Haftalık Planı
Değerlendirme Kriterleri
Dersin Bilgileri
Dersin Adı
Türkçe
Alternatif Akım Mak.Vektör Dnt
İngilizce
Vector Control of AC Machines
Dersin Kodu
ELK 605
Kredi
Ders
(saat/hafta)
Uygulama
(saat/hafta)
Labratuvar
(saat/hafta)
Dönem

3
3


Dersin Dili
İngilizce
Dersin Koordinatörü
Salih Barış Öztürk
Dersin Amaçları
This course introduces modeling and control of electrical drives for AC machines including induction, permanent magnet, and synchronous machines. The dynamic model, control methods, current regulation, and space vector modulation (SVM) are discussed by both analysis and computer simulation.
To understand the principles of vector and field orientation control in AC Machines. To investigate the analysis of the machines in different reference frames. To realize the field orientation control of AC machines via computer simulations. To follow the publications related to the subject.
1. Recognize the components of power electronics and drives, and to learn their key characteristics.
2. Recognize the basic operation, losses and efficiency of the power electronics converters and drives.
3. Use various methods to analyze power electronics circuits for electric drives.
4. Develop a good insight about the practical issues in power electronics circuit design related to electric drives.
5. Explain and demonstrate operational issues and limitations of practical converters in industrial drives applications.
6. Explain the application requirements of converters in given electric drives applications.
7. To develop students' ability to analyze and solve power electronics and electric drives problems/designs using advanced system computer simulation platforms
Dersin Tanımı
Each course session covers the following topics: Note: Some topics have one or more modules
1) Introduction and Applications of Electric Drives
2) Induction Machine Equations in Phase Quantities
3) Dynamic Analysis of Induction Machines in Terms of dqWindings
4) Vector Control of Induction Motor Drives
5) Mathematical Description of Vector Control
6) Dynamic Analysis of DoublyFed Induction Generators and their Vector Control
7) Space Vector Pulse Width Modulated (SVPWM) Inverters
8) Direct Torque Control and EncoderLess Operation of Induction Motors
9) Vector Control of Permanent Magnet SynchronousMotor Drives
The course focuses on presenting the fundamental concepts on conversion, control and monitoring of electric energy using power semiconductor devices.
Methods for analyzing power electronic converters suitable for AC/DC and DC/AC electrical energy conversions are presented.
Additionally, principles for designing power electronic converters for electric drives, including their power semiconductors and passive elements are established. Computeraided analysis and simulations of the electrical performance of electric drives with power electronic converters are also among the course objectives.
The application of power electronic converters in the fields of sustainable/renewable energy technologies such as wind and solar energy are discussed. Furthermore, industrial applications of power electronics for electric motor drives and electric generator control are described.
Dersin Çıktıları
It is intended with this course to study the aspects related to the modeling, analysis, design, performance and simulation of electric drives based on different types of electric machines, using the most recent control strategies including sensorless control, namely those based on Field Oriented Control (FOC) and Direct Torque Control (DTC).
The main results of the learning process include the knowledge of the stateoftheart of electric drives and allow students to carry out research in this field of knowledge. At the end of this course the student has knowledge that allows him to identify the components of the electric motors and power electronic converters with proper modulations and perform drives related simulation methods for the appropriate AC machine.
This course intends to analyze several electric drive system configurations and advanced control schemes for AC machines. The course provides an overview of AC electric drives, which includes drive system configurations, typical industrial applications, power converter topologies.
Special attention might be given to sensorless drives, multilevel converter topologies for voltage source and current source converters, based on neutral point clamped and cascaded Hbridge converters. Modulation schemes for the multilevel converters such as trapezoidal pulse width modulations, selective harmonics elimination and space vector modulations can be selected as the course project topics.
Two control schemes, Field Oriented Control (FOC) and Direct Torque Control (DTC), are analyzed. Some projects developed in the MATLAB®/Simulink® platform will be explored by students.
Learning outcome of this course:
Understand the applications for accurate torque, speed and position control
Understand the requirement on electromagnetic torque produced by ac machines
Understand Induction Machines in Phase Quantities
Understand Dynamic Analysis and Modeling of Induction Machines using dq Axes Theory
Understand Qualitatively the Vector Control and modeling of Induction Motor Drives
Understand the Mathematical Description Vector Control and modeling of Induction Motor Drives
Understand DoublyFed Induction Generators and how to control them
Understand Voltage Vector PulseWidth Modulation
Understand DirectTorque Control and Sensorless Drives
Understand PermanentMagnet and Synchronous Drives
Digital Computer Simulation and Analysis of AC Machines by Means of Developed Models.
Paper Reviews on the Selected Subject.
Evaluation of Selected Studies Carried on Reviewed Papers by means of Software
Simulations.
Detailed learning outcome of this course:
1.Describe the structure of Electric Drive systems and their role in various applications such as flexible production systems, energy conservation, renewable energy, transportation etc., making Electric Drives an enabling technology.
2.Understand basic requirements placed by mechanical systems on electric drives.
3.Understand the basic principles of power electronics in drives using pulse width modulation to synthesize the voltages in ac motor drives.
4.Understand the two basic principles (generation of force and emf) that govern electromechanical energy conversion.
5.Design torque, speed and position controller of motor drives.
6.Clearly learn to use space vectors presented on a physical basis to describe the operation of an ac machine.
7.Understand the basic principles of Permanent Magnet AC (SelfSynchronous AC) drives.
8.Describe the operation of induction machines in steady state that allows them to be controlled in inductionmotor drives.
9.Learn speed control of induction motor drives in an energy efficient manner using power electronics.
Briefed learning outcome of this course:
To be able to come to a level to understand and apply the theory of field orientation
control in AC machines in the real control of an ac machine
To learn to simulate the operation and analyze in detail the field oriented controlled AC machines in different reference frames by means of a simulation program
To be able to investigate, prepare and make a presentation about various field orientation techniques applied in literature
To be able to produce original ideas to come up with a better field orientation controller technique by analyzing and making brain storming activity on the various field orientation techniques applied in literature
Knowledge:
After completing the course, the student will
 have an indepth understanding of the theory of electrical energy conversion using power electronic systems that perform DC/AC conversion, including applications within renewable energy, energy saving and industrial applications.
 understand operating principles and modulation strategies for power electronic converters and PWM control of DC/AC inverters including SVPWM scheme.
 understand advanced modeling and control of power electronic inverters for electric drives, electric traction, electric grid applications including generators.
 be able to identify the most important design parameters and to recognize the impact of operating parameters on the planning and use of power electronic inverters in the existing and future electric drives, electric power grid infrastructure, and in industrial installations.
Skills:
After conclusion of the course, the student will be able to:
 recognize, define, and analyze power electronic converters that perform AC/DC and DC/AC electrical energy conversions.
 model and simulate the electrical and electromechanical performance of power electronics and electric drive systems using advanced electric circuits and control simulation tools.
 design power electronic converters and electric drives exhibiting highperformance operation with argument criteria.
 analyze the operating principles and modulation strategies for threephase power electronic converters and PWM control of DC/AC inverters including SVPWM/SPWM.
 plan and operate the use of power electronic inverters in the present and future electric drives, electric traction, electric grid and industrial applications.
 use computer simulation platform (MATLAB®/Simulink®).
General competence:
After completing the course, the candidate has increased:
 skills in cooperation and interdisciplinary collaboration
 ability to represent himself/herself to professionals and nonspecialists alike through reports
 ability to contribute to innovation and innovation processes
Önkoşullar
Gereken Olanaklar
Use of electric drives and power electronic circuit design and analysis including system/control level simulations using MATLAB®/Simulink® will be required for project assignments.
Diğer
MATLAB® help documents, and MATLAB® File Exchange at https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/
Ders Kitabı
• Ned Mohan, Electric Machines and Drives: A First Course, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc., January 2012, ISBN13: 9781118074817
• Ned Mohan, Advanced Electric Drives: Analysis, Control, and Modeling Using MATLAB/Simulink, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., September 2014, ISBN13: 9781118485484
Diğer Referanslar
• SeungKi Sul, Control of Electric Machine Drive Systems, WileyIEEE Press, 2011, ISBN: 9780470590799
• Haitham AbuRub, Atif Iqbal, Jaroslaw Guzinski, High Performance Control of AC Drives with MATLAB/Simulink Models, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012, ISBN: 9780470978290
• Rik de Doncker, Duco W.J, Advanced Electrical Drives (Analysis Modelling Control), Springer verlag 2011
• André Veltman, Duco W.J. Pulle and Rik W. De Doncker, Fundamentals of Electrical Drives, Springer Science+Business Media, 2007, ISBN13 9781402055041
• Slobodan N. Vukosavic, Digital Control of Electric Drives, Springer Science+Business Media, Spring Street, New York, NY, 2007, ISBN 9780387259857, eISBN 9780387485980
• Mukhtar Ahmad, High Performance AC Drives (Modelling Analysis and Control), Springer ScienceVerlag, London, 2010, ISBN 9783642131493 eISBN 9783642131509
• Fouad Giri, AC Electric Motors Control (Advanced Design Techniques and Applications), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2013, United Kingdom, ISBN13 9781118331521
• Duco W.J. Pulle, Pete Darnell, Andre Veltman, Applied Control of Electric Drives (Real Time Embedded and Sensorless Control using VisSimTM and PLECSTM), Springer International, Swittzerland, 2015, ISBN 9783319200422, ISBN 9783319200439 (eBook)
• D.W. Novotny and T.A. Lipo, Vector Control and Dynamics of AC Drives,
Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1996
• Bin Wu, Yongqiang Lang, Navid Zargari, Samir Kouro, Power Conversion and Control of Wind Energy Systems, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hobokeni New Jersey, 2011, ISBN13 9781118028995
• Ion Boldea and Syed A. Nasar, Electric Drives, Second Edition (Electric Power Engineering Series), 2nd ed., CRC Press, August 2005, ISBN10: 0849342201
• R. Krishnan, Electric Motor Drives: Modeling, Analysis, and Control, Prentice Hall, February 2001, ISBN10: 0130910147
• Bogdan M. Wilamowski, J. David Irwin, Power Electronics and Motor Drives, 1st Ed., CRC Press, 2017, ISBN13: 9781138077478
• Euzeli dos Santos, Edison R. da Silva, Advanced Power Electronics Converters: PWM Converters Processing AC Voltages, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014, ISBN: 9781118880944
• Bin Wu, HighPower Converters and AC Drives, IEEE Press, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, ISBN13 9780471731719.
• M. H. Rashid, Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices, and Applications, 4th Ed., Pearson, 2013, ISBN13: 9780133125900
• N. Mohan, T. M. Undeland, and W. P. Robbins, Power Electronics: Converters, Applications, and Design, Int. Ed., 3rd Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003, ISBN13: 9780471429081
• Ned Mohan, Power Electronics: A First Course, 1st Ed., Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011, ISBN13: 9781118074800
• Muhammad H. Rashid, Power Electronics Handbook, 4th Ed., ButterworthHeinemann, 2017, ISBN13: 9780128114070
• Mahesh Patil and Pankaj Rodey, Control Systems for Power Electronics A Practical Guide, Springer, 2015, ISBN13: 9788132223276
• Muhammad H. Rashid, Alternative Energy in Power Electronics, ButterworthHeinemann, 2015, ISBN 9780124167148
• Issa Batarseh, Ahmad Harb, Power Electronics: Circuit Analysis and Design, 2nd Ed., Springer, 2018, ISBN13: 9783319683652
• George Ellis, Control System Design Guide: A Practical Guide, 3rd ed., Elsevier Academic Press, 2004, ISBN10: 0122374614
• P. Vas, Sensorless Vector and Direct Torque Control, Oxford University Press, 1998, ISBN: 198564651
Dersler
.
Yardım
.
Hakkında
Ninova, İTÜ Bilgi İşlem Daire Başkanlığı ürünüdür. © 2024