Direct Torque Control vs Sensorless Vector Control
Posted 19 April 2005 - 09:37 AM
From what I hav seen, there are two types of technology applied to modern speed controllers that are above the standard V/Hz model.
There is the Direct Torque Control and there is the Sensorless Vector Control.
Both claim to do the same thing, but use a totally different algorithm to achieve the results. This is not just the usual play on words, they actually are quite different approaches to achieve the same results.
I am interested in the pros and cons of both systems. Where would you use one, and where would you use the other, or are they totally interchangeable.
Thoughts and experiences??
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