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ASYNCHRONOUS MACHINE MODELING USING SIMULINK FED BY PWM INVERTER

Department of Electrical Engineering, Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad; Department of Electrical Engineering, Inderprastha Engineering College, Ghaziabad
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology ©IJAET ISSN 04/2011; 1:2231-1963.

ABSTRACT The number of industry applications in which induction motors are fed by static frequency inverters is growing fast and, although much has already been done within this field, there is still a lot to be studied/understood regarding such applications. The advance of variable speed drives systems engineering increasingly leads to the need of specific technical guidance provision by electrical machines and drives manufacturers, In this paper we have studied and developed a simulink model with PWM inverter and find out the various characteristics and analysis them.

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