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In this paper, a direct torque control (DTC) is developed for a two series connected six-phase & three-phase motor drive (IMs) with sinusoidal distributed windings and fed by single six-phase voltage source inverter (VSI). Direct torque control also considered as a variable structure control strategy with simplicity, fast response and tolerance to motor parameter variations; it provides direct control of stator flux and torque by optimally selecting the inverter states in each sampling period. In case of multi-phase system drive, the increased number of voltages vectors offers greater flexibility in optimizing the selection of the inverter states. The technique elaborated in this work based direct torque control allows independently control of the system fed by single inverter. The effectiveness and capability of the proposed method are shown by computer simulation.
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