Control Systems of Electrical Drives

Course Description

Dynamic models of the induction and synchronous motors. Scalar and vector control of induction motors. Variable estimation. Vector control of an induction motor without mechanical sensor. Control of a synchronous motor with permanent magnets, electronically commuted motor, reluctance and a stepping motor. More recent approaches to the control of AC electrical motor drives. Special applications of controlled electrical motor drives. Servosystems in mechatronic systems.

Study Programmes

Postgraduate doctoral study programme


Werner Leonhard (2012.), Control of Electrical Drives, Springer Science & Business Media
Bimal K. Bose (1997.), Power electronics and variable frequency drives, Wiley-IEEE Press
Timothy John Eastham Miller (1989.), Brushless permanent-magnet and reluctance motor drives, Oxford University Press, USA

For students


ID 154754
  Summer semester
L0 English Level