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Title: Full and reduced order extended kalman filter for speed estimation in induction motor drives: a comparative study
Author: Leite, V.
Araújo, R.
Freitas, D.
Keywords: Kalman filters
Covariance matrices
Induction motor drives
Machine vector control
Parameter estimation
Reduced order systems
Rotors
Stators
Torque
Tuning
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: Leite, V.; Araújo, R.; Freitas, D. (2004) - Full and reduced order extended kalman filter for speed estimation in induction motor drives: a comparative study. In 35th IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference. Aachen, Germany. p.2293-2299.
Abstract: This paper presents a comparative study between a new approach for robust speed estimation in induction motor sensorless control, using a reduced order Extended Kalman Filter (EKF), and the one performed by the full order EKF. The new EKF algorithm uses a reduced order state-space model that is discretized in a particular and innovative way. In this case only the rotor flux components are estimated, besides the rotor speed, while the full order EKF also estimates stator current components. This new approach strongly reduces the execution time and simplifies the tuning of covariance matrices. The performance of speed estimation using both EKF techniques is compared with respect to computation effort, tuning of the algorithms, speed range including low speeds, load torque conditions and robustness relatively to motor parameter sensitivity.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10198/2212
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