### Comparative Analysis of Direct Torque Control of Three Phase Induction Motor Using Svpwm and Matrix Converter

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*Induction automobiles are the start line to design an electrical force system that's widely used in lots of commercial applications. With the joint progress of the strength electronics and numerical electronics it's miles possible these days to address the axis manipulate with variable speed in low electricity applications. The direct torque control scheme provides excellent properties of regulation without rotational speed feedback. In this paper Induction motor has been simulated in stationary d-q reference frame and its free acceleration characteristics are drawn. To reduce the ripple in current and voltage waveform space vector PWM method and Matrix Converter topology is implemented and there comparative analysis is studied. *

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