Control with Sliding Mode of a Five-Phase Series-Connected Two-asynchronous Motor Drive

Omar Zouaid, Lazhari Nezli

Abstract


In this paper, we study sliding mode control of series-connected five-phase two asynchronous machines supplied with a three levels inverter. After presentation of multiphase machines, we worked out the mathematical model of five phase asynchronous machine supplied with voltage inverter. Application of Park transformation reduces considerably the mathematical model of machine. After, we applied vector control and sliding mode control to the five-phase induction machine. After that, we study a multi-machine system, which comport five-phase two asynchronous machines supplied with a single voltage inverter.

In the last, we had the sliding mode control of series-connected five-phase two asynchronous machines. Simulations are presented to show the effectiveness of the control strategy. We observe that an appropriate transposition of phase’s order permits an independent control of two machines.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.47238/ijeca.v3i1.61

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