Matthew Dunnigan
Matthew Dunnigan
Associate Professor, Heriot-Watt University
Verified email at hw.ac.uk
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Modeling and simulation of induction machine vector control with rotor resistance identification
S Wade, MW Dunnigan, BW Williams
IEEE transactions on power electronics 12 (3), 495-506, 1997
2181997
Comparative study of a sliding-mode observer and Kalman filters for full state estimation in an induction machine
F Chen, MW Dunnigan
IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications 149 (1), 53-64, 2002
1412002
A new method of rotor resistance estimation for vector-controlled induction machines
S Wade, W Dunnigan, BW Williams
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 44 (2), 247-257, 1997
1141997
Online identification of induction machine electrical parameters for vector control loop tuning
D Telford, MW Dunnigan, BW Williams
IEEE Transactions on industrial electronics 50 (2), 253-261, 2003
1042003
A novel rotor resistance identification method for an indirect rotor flux-orientated controlled induction machine system
X Yu, MW Dunnigan, BW Williams
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 17 (3), 353-364, 2002
1032002
Development and comparison of an improved incremental conductance algorithm for tracking the MPP of a solar PV panel
DC Huynh, MW Dunnigan
IEEE transactions on sustainable energy 7 (4), 1421-1429, 2016
932016
A comparison of vector control and direct torque control of an induction machine
D Telford, MW Dunnigan, BW Williams
2000 IEEE 31st Annual Power Electronics Specialists Conference. Conference …, 2000
742000
Sensorless second-order sliding-mode speed control of a voltage-fed induction-motor drive using nonlinear state feedback
M Rashed, KB Goh, MW Dunnigan, PFA MacConnell, AF Stronach, ...
IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications 152 (5), 1127-1136, 2005
722005
Hybrid position/force control of a hydraulic underwater manipulator
MW Dunnigan, DM Lane, AC Clegg, I Edwards
IEE Proceedings-Control Theory and Applications 143 (2), 145-151, 1996
721996
Parameter estimation of an induction machine using advanced particle swarm optimisation algorithms
DC Huynh, MW Dunnigan
IET electric power applications 4 (9), 748-760, 2010
682010
Position control of a vector controlled induction machine using Slotine's sliding mode control approach
MW Dunnigan, S Wade, BW Williams, X Yu
IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications 145 (3), 231-238, 1998
631998
Sliding-mode torque and flux control of an induction machine
F Chen, MW Dunnigan
IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications 150 (2), 227-236, 2003
612003
Adaptive inverse control algorithm for shock testing
AM Karshenas, MW Dunnigan, BW Williams
IEE Proceedings-Control Theory and Applications 147 (3), 267-276, 2000
562000
A novel torque-ripple reduction strategy for direct torque control [of induction motor]
D Telford, MW Dunnigan, BW Williams
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 48 (4), 867-870, 2001
552001
Passive compensator load variation for deep-water drilling
JT Hatleskog, MW Dunnigan
IEEE journal of Oceanic engineering 32 (3), 593-602, 2007
452007
Improving the accuracy of the rotor resistance estimate for vector-controlled induction machines
S Wade, MW Dunnigan, BW Williams
IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications 144 (5), 285-294, 1997
451997
Ant colony robot motion planning
MM Mohamad, MW Dunnigan, NK Taylor
EUROCON 2005-The International Conference on" Computer as a Tool" 1, 213-216, 2005
402005
Nonlinear robust control of a vector-controlled synchronous reluctance machine
T Sharaf-Eldin, MW Dunnigan, JE Fletcher, BW Williams
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 14 (6), 1111-1121, 1999
391999
Maximum power point tracking of solar photovoltaic panels using advanced perturbation and observation algorithm
DC Huynh, TAT Nguyen, MW Dunnigan, MA Mueller
2013 IEEE 8th Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA …, 2013
342013
A region boundary-based control scheme for an autonomous underwater vehicle
ZH Ismail, MW Dunnigan
Ocean Engineering 38 (17-18), 2270-2280, 2011
332011
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