Most position tracking applications employ either dc or permanent-magnet motors. In this paper, an induction motor drive for position control applications is proposed. Such a drive adopts a passivity-based controller which mainly differs from the others because its formulation emphasizes system energy properties and behavior. The controller has simple equations and good robustness without using complex flux observers and the exact knowledge of the motor parameters, as well. The proposed drive has been practically implemented, achieving satisfactory results.

Position Control of the Induction Motor Using a Passivity Based Approach

CECATI, Carlo
2000

Abstract

Most position tracking applications employ either dc or permanent-magnet motors. In this paper, an induction motor drive for position control applications is proposed. Such a drive adopts a passivity-based controller which mainly differs from the others because its formulation emphasizes system energy properties and behavior. The controller has simple equations and good robustness without using complex flux observers and the exact knowledge of the motor parameters, as well. The proposed drive has been practically implemented, achieving satisfactory results.
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