Volume 17, Issue 2 (4-1998)                   JCME 1998, 17(2): 1-19 | Back to browse issues page

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J. Soltani and M. Fallah. The Vector Control of Three-Phase Salient Pole Synchronous Machines Supplied by Pulse-Width- Modulated Voltage Source Inverters. JCME. 1998; 17 (2) :1-19
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In this paper, computer simulation of a three-phase synchronous motor drive is described. This drive/system is supplied with a new type of pulse-width modulated voltage source inverter (PWM VSI) whose amplitude of the first harmonic, compared to a conventional sinusoidal PWM VSI, is increased by about 17% and whose amplitude of higher harmonics is also reduced inversely proportional to their orders. This system has low torque pulsations and approximately has a unity power factor at operation below the base speed. In addition, it has a dynamic performance very close to DC drives with quick dynamic response.
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