Theoretical analysis of control properties for the brushless doubly fed reluctance machine

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Betz, Robert; Jovanovic, Milutin;
(2002)

Presents the fundamental theory, modelling aspects and operating/control principles of the BDFRM. This emerging machine technology is being regarded by academic and industrial communities as a prospective brushless candidate for wind turbine generators (especially off-s... View more
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