CTU FEE Moodle
Electric Drives and Traction
B232 - Summer 23/24
This is a grouped Moodle course. It consists of several separate courses that share learning materials, assignments, tests etc. Below you can see information about the individual courses that make up this Moodle course.
Electric Drives and Traction - B1M14EPT1
Main course
Credits | 5 |
Semesters | Winter |
Completion | Assessment + Examination |
Language of teaching | Czech |
Extent of teaching | 2P+2L |
Annotation
The first part of the course focuses on the basics of designing AC drives with AC motors at different power supply types and loads, their reliability, design for potentially explosive atmospheres and for special purposes as well as the necessary technical documentation. In the second part, students are introduced to mathematical modeling, control strategies (vector control, direct torque control) and basic techniques of induction motor parameter estimation. Furthermore, the control and nonlinear behavior of a two-level voltage-source inverter equipped with IGBT elements as the most commonly used power converter for induction motors is analyzed.
Study targets
No data.
Course outlines
1. Sizing and design of drives with induction motors
2. Designing induction motor drive powered by frequency converter
3. Drives with fan curves
4. Electric drives in potentially explosive atmospheres
5. Reliability of electric drives
6. Electric drives for special purposes
7. Technical documentation
8. Mathematical model of induction motor
9. Equivalent circuits, measurement of parameters
10. Vector control
11. Frequency converter and its control, output voltage distortion
12. Direct torque control
13. Sensorless control and parameter estimation
14. Reserve
2. Designing induction motor drive powered by frequency converter
3. Drives with fan curves
4. Electric drives in potentially explosive atmospheres
5. Reliability of electric drives
6. Electric drives for special purposes
7. Technical documentation
8. Mathematical model of induction motor
9. Equivalent circuits, measurement of parameters
10. Vector control
11. Frequency converter and its control, output voltage distortion
12. Direct torque control
13. Sensorless control and parameter estimation
14. Reserve
Exercises outlines
1. Safety instructions, content of tutorials, requirements for task reports, laboratory work evaluation
2. Assignment of the 1st task: Modeling of regulated separately excited DC motor
3. Work on solution of the 1st task
4. Task 2: Modeling of induction motor supplied from three-phase grid
5. Work on solution of the 2nd task
6. Work on solution of the 2nd task
7. Measurement of 3rd task: Traction properties of electric vehicle
8. Task 4: Modeling of induction motor vector control
9. Work on solution of the 4th task
10. Work on solution of the 4th task
11. Task 5: Modeling of direct torque control of induction motor
12. Work on solution of the 5th task
13. Work on solution of the 5th task
14. Control of elaborated task reports, credit
2. Assignment of the 1st task: Modeling of regulated separately excited DC motor
3. Work on solution of the 1st task
4. Task 2: Modeling of induction motor supplied from three-phase grid
5. Work on solution of the 2nd task
6. Work on solution of the 2nd task
7. Measurement of 3rd task: Traction properties of electric vehicle
8. Task 4: Modeling of induction motor vector control
9. Work on solution of the 4th task
10. Work on solution of the 4th task
11. Task 5: Modeling of direct torque control of induction motor
12. Work on solution of the 5th task
13. Work on solution of the 5th task
14. Control of elaborated task reports, credit
Literature
[1] Studijní materiály na serveru Moodle. Dostupné z: https://moodle.fel.cvut.cz/course/view.php?id=4205
[2] J. Javurek. Regulace moderních elektrických pohonu. Praha: Grada, 2003.
[3] K. Zeman, Z. Peroutka, M. Janda. Automatická regulace pohonů s asynchronními motory. Plzeň: Západočeská univerzita, 2004.
[4] P. Kobrle, J. Pavelka. Elektrické pohony a jejich řízení. V Praze: České vysoké učení technické, 2016.
[5] J. Balátě. Automatické řízení. 2. přeprac. vyd. Praha: BEN - technická literatura, 2004.
[6] N.P. Quang, J. Dittrich, Vector Control of Three-Phase AC Machines: System Development in the Practice. 1. Aufl. ed. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag; 2008.
[7] P. Vas, Sensorless Vector and Direct Torque Control. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1998.
[8] M. Popescu, Induction Motor Modelling for Vector Control Purposes, Helsinki University of Technology, Laboratory of Electromechanics, Report, Espoo 2000, 144 p.
[9] B. K. Bose, Modern power electronics and ac drives. PHI Learning Private Limited, New Jersey, 2013.
[10] M. Sokola, “Vector Control of Induction Machines Using Improved Models,” Ph.D. dissertation, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, 1998.
[11] P. Vas, Parameter Estimation, Condition Monitoring, and Diagnosis of Electrical Machines. Oxford, U.K.: Clarendon, 1993.
[2] J. Javurek. Regulace moderních elektrických pohonu. Praha: Grada, 2003.
[3] K. Zeman, Z. Peroutka, M. Janda. Automatická regulace pohonů s asynchronními motory. Plzeň: Západočeská univerzita, 2004.
[4] P. Kobrle, J. Pavelka. Elektrické pohony a jejich řízení. V Praze: České vysoké učení technické, 2016.
[5] J. Balátě. Automatické řízení. 2. přeprac. vyd. Praha: BEN - technická literatura, 2004.
[6] N.P. Quang, J. Dittrich, Vector Control of Three-Phase AC Machines: System Development in the Practice. 1. Aufl. ed. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag; 2008.
[7] P. Vas, Sensorless Vector and Direct Torque Control. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1998.
[8] M. Popescu, Induction Motor Modelling for Vector Control Purposes, Helsinki University of Technology, Laboratory of Electromechanics, Report, Espoo 2000, 144 p.
[9] B. K. Bose, Modern power electronics and ac drives. PHI Learning Private Limited, New Jersey, 2013.
[10] M. Sokola, “Vector Control of Induction Machines Using Improved Models,” Ph.D. dissertation, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, 1998.
[11] P. Vas, Parameter Estimation, Condition Monitoring, and Diagnosis of Electrical Machines. Oxford, U.K.: Clarendon, 1993.
Requirements
Conditions for granting the credit: individual elaboration of laboratory tasks, obtaining at least 50 % of the total points.
Electric Drives and Traction - B1M14EPT
Credits | 6 |
Semesters | Winter |
Completion | Assessment + Examination |
Language of teaching | Czech |
Extent of teaching | 2P+2L |
Annotation
The course focuses on the principles of designing electric drives with AC motors in different ways and different types of load, reliability, design for explosive environments and for special purposes and the necessary technical documentation. Students learn the basics of electric traction drives for trams in public transport systems, electric locomotives, as well as the systems of hybrid cars and electric vehicles.
Study targets
No data.
Course outlines
1. Sizing and design of drives with asynchronous motors.
2. Sizing of drives with asynchronous motors fed by the frequency converter.
3. Drives with a fan characteristic.
4. Electric drives in explosive environments.
5. Reliability of electrical drives.
6. Electric actuators for special purposes.
7. Technical documentation.
8. Mobility in society and its energy consequences.
9. Hybridization and electrification drive cars.
10. Systems of hybrid cars.
11. Electrovehicles.
12. Trams in public transport.
13. Electric locomotives.
14. Reserve.
2. Sizing of drives with asynchronous motors fed by the frequency converter.
3. Drives with a fan characteristic.
4. Electric drives in explosive environments.
5. Reliability of electrical drives.
6. Electric actuators for special purposes.
7. Technical documentation.
8. Mobility in society and its energy consequences.
9. Hybridization and electrification drive cars.
10. Systems of hybrid cars.
11. Electrovehicles.
12. Trams in public transport.
13. Electric locomotives.
14. Reserve.
Exercises outlines
1. Introduction, occupational safety
2. Dimensioning of drives with induction machines
3. Mathematical model of a DC machine - deriving
4. Mathematical model of a DC machine - realization
5. Mathematical model of a DC machine - influence of parameters changing
6. Control loops of a DC motor
7. Mathematical model of an induction machine
8. Field oriented control of an induction motor ? introduction
9. Field oriented control of an induction motor ? model
10. Field oriented control vs. scalar control of an induction motor, influence of parameters changing
11. Traction drive - simulation 1
12. Traction drive - simulation 2
13. Traction drive - simulation 3
14. Reports checking
2. Dimensioning of drives with induction machines
3. Mathematical model of a DC machine - deriving
4. Mathematical model of a DC machine - realization
5. Mathematical model of a DC machine - influence of parameters changing
6. Control loops of a DC motor
7. Mathematical model of an induction machine
8. Field oriented control of an induction motor ? introduction
9. Field oriented control of an induction motor ? model
10. Field oriented control vs. scalar control of an induction motor, influence of parameters changing
11. Traction drive - simulation 1
12. Traction drive - simulation 2
13. Traction drive - simulation 3
14. Reports checking
Literature
[1] CHIASSON, John Nelson. Modeling and high performance control of electric machines. Hoboken: Wiley, 2005. ISBN 0-471-68449-X.
[2] LEONHARD, Werner. Control of electrical drives. 3rd ed. Berlin: Springer, 2001. xviii, 460 s. ISBN 3-540-41820-2.
[3] IWNICKI, S., ed. Handbook of railway vehicle dynamics. Boca Raton: CRC/Taylor & Francis, 2006. 535 s. ISBN 0-8493-3321-0.
[4] www.mathworks.com
[5] OGUNSOLA, Ade a Andrea MARISCOTTI. Electromagnetic compatibility in railways: analysis and management. 1st ed. New York: Springer, 2012. xix, 528 s. Lecture notes in electrical engineering; 168. ISBN 978-3-642-30280-0.
[6] Steimel, A.: Electric Traction-Motive Power and Energy Supply. München, Oldenburg Industrieverlag, 2008.
[2] LEONHARD, Werner. Control of electrical drives. 3rd ed. Berlin: Springer, 2001. xviii, 460 s. ISBN 3-540-41820-2.
[3] IWNICKI, S., ed. Handbook of railway vehicle dynamics. Boca Raton: CRC/Taylor & Francis, 2006. 535 s. ISBN 0-8493-3321-0.
[4] www.mathworks.com
[5] OGUNSOLA, Ade a Andrea MARISCOTTI. Electromagnetic compatibility in railways: analysis and management. 1st ed. New York: Springer, 2012. xix, 528 s. Lecture notes in electrical engineering; 168. ISBN 978-3-642-30280-0.
[6] Steimel, A.: Electric Traction-Motive Power and Energy Supply. München, Oldenburg Industrieverlag, 2008.
Requirements
Conditions for obtaining the credit: attendance according to the study rules, active participation in seminars, submission of protocols from laboratory tasks, approval of protocols from laboratory tasks by the teacher.