inveter drive for a dc motor

need some help here does any one have a link to a circuit that can be used to implement an inveter drive for a dc motor. the dc voltage can
hence be controlled by; variation of firing ac voltage and variation of frequency inverter firing
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Is it a full blown inverter you are after? Or will a pulse width modulation scheme do?
The latter would be much easier to implement. An inverter might be needed if you need to step the supply voltage up using a transformer. The transformer secondary will then be rectified to drive the DC motor.
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Any recent text on "power electronics" and any text written in the last 30 years dealing with variable speed, electronic drives. This is well established technology. To adapt it to a pa
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