Dynamic control of permanent magnet synchronous motors for automotive drive applications

Stewart, Paul and Kadirkamanathan, V. (2002) Dynamic control of permanent magnet synchronous motors for automotive drive applications. In: American Control conference 1999, June 1999, San Diego, California, USA.

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Dynamic control of permanent magnet synchronous motors for automotive drive applications
Due to factors such as high power density and efficiency, low torque ripple and maintenance, and extremely wide operating speed range, permanent magnet AC motors (PMAC) are the subject of intense development for traction drive applications. Maximum torque production for both traction performance and electronic gearchanging requires the operating condition to be as close to voltage saturation as possible in the flux weakening region. A fully dynamic model reference flux-weakening controller with feedback linearisation decoupling is presented, which allows the maximum torque-speed trajectory to be followed dynamically, without saturation of the current controllers
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Due to factors such as high power density and efficiency, low torque ripple and maintenance, and extremely wide operating speed range, permanent magnet AC motors (PMAC) are the subject of intense development for traction drive applications. Maximum torque production for both traction performance and electronic gearchanging requires the operating condition to be as close to voltage saturation as possible in the flux weakening region. A fully dynamic model reference flux-weakening controller with feedback linearisation decoupling is presented, which allows the maximum torque-speed trajectory to be followed dynamically, without saturation of the current controllers

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Additional Information:Due to factors such as high power density and efficiency, low torque ripple and maintenance, and extremely wide operating speed range, permanent magnet AC motors (PMAC) are the subject of intense development for traction drive applications. Maximum torque production for both traction performance and electronic gearchanging requires the operating condition to be as close to voltage saturation as possible in the flux weakening region. A fully dynamic model reference flux-weakening controller with feedback linearisation decoupling is presented, which allows the maximum torque-speed trajectory to be followed dynamically, without saturation of the current controllers
Keywords:Permanent Magnet AC motor, Model Reference control
Subjects:H Engineering > H660 Control Systems
H Engineering > H620 Electrical Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:2203
Deposited By:INVALID USER
Deposited On:02 Mar 2010 23:22
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:35

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