Sections include an introduction to high performance dives, mathematical and simulation models of AC machines, pulse width modulation of power electronic DC-AC converter, field oriented control of AC Machines, direct torque control of AC machines, non-linear feedback control of AC machines, five phase induction motor drive system, sensor-less speed control and selected problems of induction motor drives with voltage inverter and inverter output filters.
What does DTC stand for?
DTC stands for Direct Torque Control
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- Diphtérie, Tétanos, Coqueluche (French: diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough; vaccine)
- Direct Taxes Code (India)
- Direct Telecommands
- Direct Thermocouple Control
- Direct to Camera
- Direct to Card (printer)
- Direct to Consignee (air freight industry)
- Direct to Customer
- Direct Traffic Control
- Direct-To-Consumer (marketing)
- Discipleship Training Center
- Display Telecommunications Corporation
- Dispositf a Tranfert de Charges (French: Device Charge Transfer)
- Distal Tip Cell
- Distributed Termination Condition
- Distributed Traffic Control
- Distributed Transaction Coordinator (Microsoft)
- Distributed Turbo Coding
Samples in periodicals archive:
Drives, New Berlin, WI, which incorporate DTC direct torque control that calculates the torque and flux of the motor 40,000 times per second (without pulse encoder feedback from the motor shaft) and makes the motor controllers trip-less, thereby minimizing downtown caused by random faults that can plague competitive drives.
Built into these drives is ABB 's open-loop Direct Torque Control (DTC) feature, which enables ACS 600 drives to calculate the torque and flux of a motor 40,000 times per second.
Built into the drive is ABB's open-loop Direct Torque Control (DTC) feature, which enables ACS 600 drives to calculate the torque and flux of a motor 40,000 times per second.
The unit features ABB's open-loop Direct Torque Control, which can calculate the torque and flux of a motor 40,000 times per second.
The volume is divided into sections covering magnetic bearing theory, the design and development of magnetic suspension systems, and miscellaneous magnetic bearing applications, and individual essays address topics such as direct torque control of bearing-less synchronous reluctance motors, back-stepping nonlinear robust controllers for AMB spindles, and modal analysis of maglev linear feed units.