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- Neural network based estimation of torque in induction motors for real-time applications
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- Induction motors are largely used in several industry sectors. The selection of an induction motor has still been inaccurate because in most of the cases the load behavior in its shaft is completely unknown. The proposal of this article is to use artificial neural networks for torque estimation with the purpose of best selecting the induction motors rather than conventional methods, which use classical identification techniques and mechanical load modeling. Since proposed approach estimates the torque behavior from the transient to the steady state, one of its main contributions is the potential to also be implemented in control schemes for real-time applications. Simulation results are also presented to validate the proposed approach.
- Electric Power Components and Systems. Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis Inc., v. 33, n. 4, p. 363-387, 2005.
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- induction motors
- load modeling
- neural networks
- parameter estimation
- system identification
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