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|Title:||A low cost induction motor controller for light electric vehicles in local areas|
|Citation:||Araújo, R.; Teixeira, H.; Barbosa, José; Leite, V. (2005) - A low cost induction motor controller for light electric vehicles in local areas. In IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics. Dubrovnik. p.1499-1504|
|Abstract:||This paper is concerned with design considerations and tradeoffs involved in the power electronics development for light electric vehicles. A review of propulsion system design, power conversion structure and control is presented. A three-phase squirrel-cage induction motor is used as propulsion system for an electric scooter. The motor is controlled at different operating conditions by means of a simple scalar control using a low cost controller board developed for light electric vehicles used in local areas. Experimental results show that the proposed digital controller is able to follow the reference speed with a suitable dynamics for the electric scooter.|
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