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Comparator is usually a substance which compares two quantities; one quantity is the processed one and the other is a standard value to which the processed value has to be compared. Hysteresis is a property in which the change in the magnetization lags behind change in the magnetic field. Now, Hysteresis comparator can be described as a comparator which compares a processed quantity with a quantity whose value is standard for hysteresis property., the difference being given as the output

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What is the purpose and working of Hysteresis comparator of direct torque control of induction motor?

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