PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HYSTERESIS-BASED INDIRECT FIELD-ORIENTED CONTROL OF INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVES

Walid Emar, Rami A. Maher, and Musbah J. Aqel

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