Sensorless control of deep-sea ROVs PMSMs excited by matrix converters

Bhangu, B S and Snary, P and Bingham, Chris and Stone, D A (2005) Sensorless control of deep-sea ROVs PMSMs excited by matrix converters. In: Power Electronics and Applications, 2005 European Conference on, September 2005, Dresden, Germany.

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Sensorless control of deep-sea ROVs PMSMs excited by matrix converters
The paper reports the development of model-based sensorless control methodologies for driving PMSMs using matrix converters. In particular, experimental results show that observer-based state-estimation techniques normally employed for sensorless control of PMSMs using voltage source inverters (VSIs), can be readily exported to matrix converter counterparts with minimal additional computational overhead. Furthermore, zero speed start-up and speed reversal are experimentally demonstrated. Finally, the observer is designed to be fault tolerant such that upon detection of a broken terminal (phase fault), the PMSM remains operational and could be utilized to provide a limp-home capability
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/EPE.2005.219602

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The paper reports the development of model-based sensorless control methodologies for driving PMSMs using matrix converters. In particular, experimental results show that observer-based state-estimation techniques normally employed for sensorless control of PMSMs using voltage source inverters (VSIs), can be readily exported to matrix converter counterparts with minimal additional computational overhead. Furthermore, zero speed start-up and speed reversal are experimentally demonstrated. Finally, the observer is designed to be fault tolerant such that upon detection of a broken terminal (phase fault), the PMSM remains operational and could be utilized to provide a limp-home capability

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Presentation)
Additional Information:The paper reports the development of model-based sensorless control methodologies for driving PMSMs using matrix converters. In particular, experimental results show that observer-based state-estimation techniques normally employed for sensorless control of PMSMs using voltage source inverters (VSIs), can be readily exported to matrix converter counterparts with minimal additional computational overhead. Furthermore, zero speed start-up and speed reversal are experimentally demonstrated. Finally, the observer is designed to be fault tolerant such that upon detection of a broken terminal (phase fault), the PMSM remains operational and could be utilized to provide a limp-home capability
Keywords:Deep sea vehicles, matrix power converter, Marne, Matrix Converter, Permanent magnet motor, Sensorless control, Vector control
Subjects:H Engineering > H600 Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:2554
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Deposited On:23 May 2010 19:52
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:38

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