His main research concerns Electronic engineering, Control theory, Stator, Voltage and Electrical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Power engineering, Electric power system and Power factor. His Control theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fault, Pulse-width modulation and Inverter.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Induction motor, Torque and Rotor in addition to Stator. Thomas G. Habetler interconnects Electric motor and Squirrel-cage rotor in the investigation of issues within Rotor. His Voltage research integrates issues from Algorithm, Digital signal processing and Fault detection and isolation.
His primary areas of study are Stator, Control theory, Induction motor, Rotor and Switched reluctance motor. His work deals with themes such as Control engineering, Torque, Electromagnetic coil, Fault and Condition monitoring, which intersect with Stator. His studies in Control theory integrate themes in fields like Vector control, Direct torque control and Inductance, Voltage.
His work carried out in the field of Induction motor brings together such families of science as Equivalent circuit, DC motor and Electric motor, AC motor. His Rotor research includes themes of Bar, Harmonics and Squirrel-cage rotor. Thomas G. Habetler works mostly in the field of Switched reluctance motor, limiting it down to topics relating to Robustness and, in certain cases, Magnet, as a part of the same area of interest.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Switched reluctance motor, Stator, Rotor, Control theory and Torque. His Switched reluctance motor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Torque density, Torque ripple, Mathematical optimization, Electronic engineering and Robustness. His Stator research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Permanent magnet synchronous generator, Magnet, Bearing and Electromagnetic coil.
His Control theory research includes elements of Fault, Phasor, Phasor measurement unit and Inductance. Thomas G. Habetler combines subjects such as Control engineering and Mechanical engineering with his study of Torque. His Induction motor study combines topics in areas such as Condition monitoring and Fault detection and isolation.
Thomas G. Habetler mainly focuses on Switched reluctance motor, Rotor, Stator, Automotive engineering and Torque ripple. As part of his inquiry into Torque and Control theory, he is doing Switched reluctance motor research. His Torque study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Limit, Electronic engineering, Optical switch, Electromagnetic coil and Rotary encoder.
His Stator research focuses on Bearing and how it relates to Condition monitoring, Fault, Current, Bar and Induction motor. His Automotive engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Control engineering and Robustness. The various areas that Thomas G. Habetler examines in his Torque ripple study include Artificial neural network, Multi-objective optimization, Particle swarm optimization, Mathematical optimization and Torque density.
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Multilevel converters for large electric drives
L.M. Tolbert;Fang Zheng Peng;T.G. Habetler.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (1999)
Direct torque control of induction machines using space vector modulation
T.G. Habetler;F. Profumo;M. Pastorelli;L.M. Tolbert.
ieee industry applications society annual meeting (1991)
A Survey of Condition Monitoring and Protection Methods for Medium-Voltage Induction Motors
Pinjia Zhang;Yi Du;T G Habetler;Bin Lu.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (2011)
Novel multilevel inverter carrier-based PWM methods
L.M. Tolbert;T.G. Habetler.
ieee industry applications society annual meeting (1998)
Motor bearing damage detection using stator current monitoring
R.R. Schoen;T.G. Habetler;F. Kamran;R.G. Bartfield.
ieee industry applications society annual meeting (1994)
A Survey on Testing and Monitoring Methods for Stator Insulation Systems of Low-Voltage Induction Machines Focusing on Turn Insulation Problems
S. Grubic;J.M. Aller;Bin Lu;T.G. Habetler.
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics (2008)
Multilevel PWM methods at low modulation indices
L.M. Tolbert;Fang Zheng Peng;T.G. Habetler.
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (2000)
A space vector-based rectifier regulator for AC/DC/AC converters
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics (1993)
A Survey of Methods for Detection of Stator-Related Faults in Induction Machines
R.M. Tallam;Sang Bin Lee;G.C. Stone;G.B. Kliman.
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications (2007)
Acoustic noise reduction in sinusoidal PWM drives using a randomly modulated carrier
T.G. Habetler;D.M. Divan.
power electronics specialists conference (1989)
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