For other publications, please send a request to marc.bodson@utah.edu.

A complete characterization of torque maximization for permanent magnet non-salient synchronous motors FULL VERSION (the published version was very much shortened)

A Differential-Algebraic Approach to Speed Estimation in an Induction Motor

A Magnitude Phase Locked Loop Approach to Parameter Estimation of Periodic Signals

A RECONFIGURABLE NONLINEAR AUTOPILOT

Active Noise Control for Periodic Disturbances

Adaptive algorithms for the rejection of sinusoidal disturbances acting on unknown plants

Adaptive Algorithms for the Rejection of Sinusoidal Disturbances with Unknown Frequency

ADAPTIVE HARMONIC STEADY-STATE DISTURBANCE REJECTION WITH FREQUENCY TRACKING

Adaptive Rejection of Disturbances Having Two Sinusoidal Components with Close and Unknown Frequencies

An Adaptive Algorithm for the Tuning of Two Input Shaping Methods

An Online Rotor Time Constant Estimator for the Induction Machine

An optimization formulation of converter control and its general solution for the 4-leg 2-level inverter

Analysis and Implementation of an Adaptive Algorithm for the Rejection of Multiple Sinusoidal Disturbances

Analysis of Triggered Self-Excitation in Induction Generators and Experimental Validation

Comparison of Two Magnetic Saturation Models of Induction Machines and Experimental Validation

Complex-Based Controller for a Three-Phase Inverter With an Filter Connected to Unbalanced Grids

Constrained Quadratic Programming Techniques for Control Allocation

Control Demonstration of Multiple Doubly-Fed Induction Motors for Hybrid Electric Propulsion

Control of a PMSM Using the Rotor-Side Converter of a Doubly-fed Induction Generator for Hybrid-Electric Propulsion

Design of controllers for electrical power systems using a complex root locus method

Design of controllers in the complex domain

Design of Drives for Inverter-Assisted Induction Generators

Development and Flight Testing of a Parameter Identification Algorithm for Reconfigurable Control

Direct Adaptive Cancellation of Periodic Disturbances for Multivariable Plants

Equivalence between Adaptive Feedforward Cancellation and Disturbance Rejection Using the Internal Model Principle

Evaluation of Metrics of Susceptibility to Cascading Blackouts

EVALUATION OF OPTIMIZATION METHODS FOR CONTROL ALLOCATION

Explaining the Routh-Hurwitz Criterion A Tutorial Presentation

Flight testing of a reconfigurable control system on an unmanned aircraft

Hybrid Electric Propulsion Using Doubly-Fed Induction Machines

Integrated Control of a Motor Generator Set Composed of Doubly-Fed Induction Machines

Interior-Point Algorithms for Control Allocation

Lateral Control System Design for VTOL Landing on a DD963 in High Sea States

LOAD BALANCING IN CONTROL ALLOCATION

Mesure des parametres des machines synchrones

Multi-Channel Active Noise Control for Periodic Sources - Indirect Approach

Multivariable Adaptive Algorithms for Reconfigurable Flight Control

Parameter estimation of permanent magnet stepper motors without mechanical sensors

Performance of an Adaptive Algorithm for Sinusoidal Disturbance Rejection in High Noise

Pole Placement Control for Doubly-Fed Induction Generators Using Compact Representations in Complex Variables

Rejection of Periodic Disturbances of Unknown and Time-Varying Frequency

Robust Sinusoid Identification with Structured and Unstructured Measurement Uncertainties

Root locus rules for polynomials with complex coefficients

Speed Control for Doubly-Fed Induction Motors With and Without Current Feedback

Speed Sensorless Identification of the Rotor Time Constant in Induction Machines

Spontaneous Speed Reversals in Stepper Motors

Stability Convergence and Robustness of Adaptive Systems

Study of the Stability of a Direct Stator Current Controller for a Doubly-Fed Induction Machine using the Complex Hurwitz test

Suppression of Sub-Synchronous Resonances through Excitation Control of Doubly-Fed Induction Generators

The complex Hurwitz test for the analysis of spontaneous self-excitation in induction generators

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