E3S Web Conf.
Volume 184, 20202nd International Conference on Design and Manufacturing Aspects for Sustainable Energy (ICMED 2020)
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|Published online||19 August 2020|
Speed Control of Dual Induction Motor Using Five Leg Inverter
1 PG Student, EEE Dept., M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
2 Associate Professor, EEE Dept., M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India
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Over the past decade, research efforts have been made to decrease the number of power electronic devices needed in multi-motor drive systems in order to condense the overall complication and cost of the drive. This paper proposes speed control for a dual three-phase induction motor system driven by five-leg voltage source inverter (FL-VSI) which is used in industrial manufacturing processes. Industrial applications frequently need a number of variable speed electric drives. This technique uses five-leg inverter instead of using conventional two three phase inverters. In the majority of cases, these multi-motor drive systems need independent control of individual motors. It is shown recently that it is possible to separately control two three-phase induction machines supplied through a five-leg voltage source inverter, with one inverter leg being common to both machines. The entire performance of the speed control for the five leg voltage source inverter fed dual-motor drive system is investigated using MATLAB/SIMULINK software.
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