|Reconfigurable Universal Speed Control based on Kron's Primitive Model|
A generalization of a concept is an extension of the concept to less-specific criteria. More generally, the objective of generalization is to supply information on a content and detail level corresponding to the necessary information for correct reasoning. Generalized theory of electrical machines provides a common framework for studying, modelling, simulating and understanding the behaviour of all electrical machines. In this theory, by using Kron”Ēs primitive hypothesis machine we can simulate all kind of machines. This model is a dependent model to the reference frame that will be selected for studies. Different reference frames can be chosen depending to case. Kron' primitive model(KPM) suggests one platform for control of AC as well as DC motors. Taking a thread from KPM, we are developing a reconfigurable controller which will operate on concept of common framework as suggested by KPM. The Reconfigurable Universal Controller (RUC) will make PWM technique a universal method for any motor detected by the RUC. The RUC firstly detects the type of motor connected with it and then accordingly configures itself for the speed control. The RUC configuration parameters are passed on to the system using a software which acts as Human Machine Interface.
Author(s): Sushant Mahajan
Published in: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Volume/Issue: Vol.2 - Issue 12 (December - 2013)
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