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Compensation Methods of Current and Speed Sensor Faults for a Vector Controlled Induction Motor Drive System


Chosen speed and current sensor fault detectors for a vector controlled induction motor drive system have been presented. Systems based on the artificial intelligence (neural network) and simple algorithmic systems were analyzed and tested in various drive conditions. The influence of chosen sensor faults on performance of the drive system has been presented. The compensation strategy was proposed and tested. A fault tolerant drive, based on hardware redundancy, has been developed and presented. Simulation and experimental results are obtained in direct field oriented control algorithm (DFOC) on the laboratory set-up with rapid prototyping card Micro Lab Box DS1202 by dSpace.

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Computer Sciences, Artificial Intelligence, Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics