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This paper aims to develop an innovative sensorless control approach for a five-phase induction motor (IM) drive. The operation principle of the sensorless scheme is based on the sliding mode theory, within which a sliding mode observer (SMO) estimates the speed and rotor resistance simultaneously. The operation methodology of the proposed control technique is formulated using the mathematical model of the machine and the two-time-scale approach. The observation technique offers a simple anddoi:10.3390/app10082776 fatcat:xvajqxjworcy3hfjrlsd52fqam