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Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EE8412 Course Outline Advanced AC Drive Systems Prepared by Bin Wu
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EE8412 Advanced AC Drive Systems Course Outline Course Description The topics include general configurations of voltage source inverter (VSI) and current source (CSI) fed drives, reference frame theory, space-vector and dq-axis models of ac machines, dynamic behavior of ac machines, principle of field orientation, indirect and direct field oriented controls (FOC) for VSI and CSI drives, direct torque control (DTC), sensorless control, and drive system simulation and design. Course Organization This course consists of two hours of lecture and one hour of laboratory per week. Textbook
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Unformatted text preview: Bin Wu, "High-Power Converters and AC Drives", Wiley IEEE Press, 2006. Lecture Slides Download from http://www.ee.ryerson.ca/~bwu/courses.html D e s i g n P r o j e c t s Marks Project 1: Induction Motor Transient Characteristics 20% Project 2: Two-level VSI Fed Induction Motor Drive with V/F Control 20% Project 3: Field Oriented Control (FOC) of Induction Motor Drive 30% Project 4: Direct Torque Control (DTC) of Induction Motor Drive 30% Total 100% Lecture Topics 1. Introduction 2. Induction motor dynamic models 3. Power Converter Topologies 4. Voltage Source Inverter Fed Drives 5. Current Source Inverter Fed Drives 6. Field Oriented control (FOC) 7. Direct Torque Control (DTC)...
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