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**METHOD OF DESIGN OF CONTROL ALGORITHMS FOR MULTIPHASE INVERTERS**

It is necessary to work out some new methods of control algorithm design for multiphase AC drives to discover new kinds of these algorithms. One of such new methods is presented in this paper.

According to this method the space trajectories of the resulting vector F of the switching functions of the inverter phases are chosen as the subjects of analysis and design action. This choice is explained by the following fact: the character of the motion (in time) of the vector F is analogous to the character of the AC motor torque.

According to the method presented in this paper the basic data for the algorithm design is the set of the positions of the vector F for the given phase number M of an electric drive system.

The trajectory of the vector F that is close to the ideal trajectory is formed using this set. The type of the ideal trajectory depends on the aim of the algorithm design (minimization of the motor torque oscillations, change in the mechanical characteristics of a motor (if M > 5), etc.).

For example, if the aim of the algorithm design is the minimization of the motor torque oscillation amplitudes, the ideal trajectory must have a form of a circle.

The formation of the necessary trajectory begins at the choice of the positions of the vector F that have the space angles corresponding to the chosen ideal trajectory. Then it will be necessary to determine the deviation of the amplitudes of the chosen vectors F from the ideal trajectory.

This deviation shows the value of the time change in the amplitude of the inverter phase voltage. This change may be realized by the change of the input circuit voltage of an inverter or by the use of the corresponding pulse modulation of the inverter phase voltage with constant ratio of pulse period-to-pulse duration.

Using this design method the set of the multiphase inverters control algorithms has been worked out for a great number of the M values [1-6]. All these algorithms may be divided into two large groups:

1) the algorithms for minimization of the torque oscillation amplitudes of the multiphase AC motors (and for increase of these oscillation frequency;

2) the algorithms for change of mechanical characteristics of the multiphase (with M > 5) AC motors (for example, for change in the synchronous rotation speed and the maximal torque).

REFERENCES:

1. Brazhnikov, A.V. Additional Resources of Control of Multiphase Inverter Drives // Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Electrical Machines and Drives “ELMA ‘93”, Varna, Bulgaria, 1993, pp. 325-332.

2. Brazhnikov, A.V., and Dovzhenko, N.N. Beyond Routine Control of Multiphase Inverter Drives // Proceedings of International Conference on Power Electronics, Motion Control and Associated Applications “PEMC ‘94”, Warsaw, Poland, 20-22 September 1994, vol. 1, pp. 99-104.

3. Brazhnikov, A.V., and Dovzhenko, N.N. Advantages of Multiphase Electric Drives – Application in Drilling Rigs // Proceedings of 4th International Symposium on Mine Mechanization and Automation “MMA’ 97”, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 6-9 July 1997, vol. 1, pp. B4-37 – B4-42.

4. Brazhnikov, A.V., and Dovzhenko, N.N. Control Potentials and Advantages of Multiphase AC Drives // Proceedings of 29th IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference “PESC’ 98”, Fukuoka, Japan, 17-22 May 1998, vol. 2, pp. 2108-2114.

5. Brazhnikov, A.V., and Belozyorov, I.R. Prospects for the Use of Multiphase Phase-Pole-Controlled AC Inverter Drives in Traction Systems // European Journal of Natural History, № 2, 2011, pp. 63 - 66.

6. Brazhnikov, A.V., and Belozyorov, I.R. Over-Phase Control of Inverter Multiphase AC Linear Drives // Proceedings of 8th International Symposium on Linear Drives for Industry Application “LDIA ‘2011”, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, July 3-6, 2011, in press.

**ОПУБЛИКОВАНО**

Brazhnikov A.V. METHOD OF DESIGN OF CONTROL ALGORITHMS FOR MULTIPHASE INVERTERS . // Современные проблемы науки и образования - 2011.-№6. (приложение "Технические науки"). - C. **10**