Author: Murat SELEK, Hakan TERZİOĞLU

Publishing Date: 2017

E-ISSN: 2147-9364

Volume: 5 Issue: 2


Induction motors (IMs) are commonly used in industry due to the fact that they are simple, economic, durable, maintenance-free and they can run in every environmental conditions. Non-linear model and time varying parameters of IMs make it quite difficult to develop their mathematical models. In high performance applications, it is necessary to determine these parameters that affect driving technique. In this study, when induction motor (IM) was started with continuous and discrete signals, the effects on the motor equivalent circuit parameters of these operating states were investigated. Differential Evolution Algorithm (DEA) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) were used to investigate and determine the changes in parameters and performance. Equivalent circuit parameters were determined on two IMs with 2.2kW and 5.5kW. In this study, it was seen that Differential Evolution Algorithm (DEA) and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) determined electrical equivalent circuit parameters of IM with minimum 0,07% error and minimum 0,28% error, respectively.

Keywords: Induction motor, Particle swarm optimization, Differential evolution algorithm, Equivalent circuit parameters of induction motor, Vector control

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