University of Basrah discusses the inductive motor speed control using the genetic algorithm to gain relative integrative obtaining values
Published on Monday, 10 September 2018 10:38
Written by Maryam
College of Engineering at the University of Basra discusses the inductive motor speed control using the genetic algorithm to gain relative integrative obtaining values.
Rawaa Kadim Sakran a researcher mentioned that the study was dealing with the analysis of the three-phase inductive motor performance with the direct torque control system based on the modulation method. Where this system is considered as one of the high-performance control types of the inductive motor in order to improve the high waves of the torque and flowage instability state, which is one of the shortcomings direct torque control system. This system contains three integrative relative controllers. The first control is used for engine speed while the other two controllers are used for torque and flowage, as well as to generate two voltages, one of them is towards direct axis and the other one is vertical to in succession, because of its easy design, simplicity of structure and low cost.