Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Yajurvedi, Girish Arvind Author's Email Address email@example.com URN etd-11092011-162245 Title LQG/LTR Control of Induction Motor Degree Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (M.S.E.E.) Department Electrical & Computer Engineering Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Gu, Guoxiang Committee Chair Zhou, Kemin Committee Member Mendrela, Ernest Committee Member Keywords
- Discrete time system
- Induction Motor Control
- Feedback systems
Date of Defense 2011-10-18 Availability unrestricted AbstractInduction motors are the most rugged electrical equipment which are widely used in the industry. Owing to the non-linearity in its behaviour, it is not a trivial problem to solve and hence we are interested in using it as a control platform. Through several decades of research a wide number of control schemes have been developed for implementing the closed loop control. Based
upon the merits and demerits of various schemes we choose a control scheme called the indirect vector control of Induction motor.
Using the electrical dynamics of the motor model we design a LQG/LTR controller. We employ a discretized model for the controller design. A step by step procedure has been outlined considering the two possible cases of minimum phase and non minimum phase systems. Finally the speed tracking capability of the design is tested in Matlab Simulink using SimPowerSystem toolbox.
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