TECHNIQUE OF SETTING UP A PIPELINE VALVE ELECTRIC ACTUATORS CONTROL SYSTEM USING THE EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT PARAMETERS, ESTIMATED BY FALLING CURRENT CURVE
To support modern requirements for an induction electric drive of pipeline valves, the most promising is the organization of a filed oriented control system, the setting of which is extremely difficult without the parameters of the equivalent circuit of an induction machine. This article provides a technique of setting a field oriented control system for induction electric drive of pipeline valves based on equivalent circuit parameters, estimated by falling phase current curve. The main aim of the research is to test the functioning of an induction filed oriented electric drive using a load stand, the setting of which is made on the basis of parameters previously estimated by falling phase current curve. Methods. To achieve the goal of the research, theoretical and experimental research methods were used. Theoretical research methods include the theory of electric drive, the theory of automatic control systems, the theory of electrical machines. Experimental research were carried out using a load stand that provides the required level of load on the shaft of the tested induction machine. Results. Suggested the technique of setting a field oriented control system for induction electric drive of pipeline valves based on equivalent circuit parameters, estimated by falling phase current curve. Relative values of deviations of current, speed and torque are obtained at the nominal level of load on the shaft of an induction machine. The applicability of the proposed technique using a loading stand was confirmed.
field oriented induction electric drive, off-line estimation, subordinate regulation, equivalent circuit, induction electric machine, falling current curve
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